Our skis

Below you can find a list of all of the new rental skis we have for the 2018/2019 ski season. The list is sorted by type of ski. 

If you would like to rent a specific ski, you can note it down in the 'comments' section on the details step of your booking. We will do the rest.*
*If the ski you have requested is not available for any reason, our staff will fit you with a ski of the same style and quality.

Piste / Race
Ski Model Price Category Sizes (cm)
Kastle LX 73 Gold 140 - 172
Kastle LX 85 Diamond 144 - 176
Blizzard RTX Power  Sliver 139 - 174
Blizzard RTX Elivate Silver 139 - 167
Blizzard WRC  Gold 147 - 174
Blizzard XCR Gold 139 - 174
Blizzard Firebird Comp Diamond 154 - 178
Atomic ETL R  Silver 140 - 170
Atomic Vantage 83 Silver 149 - 181
Atomic Vantage X 80 CTI Diamond 159 - 180
Atomic Redster X7 Diamond 156 - 175
Atomic Redster X5 R Gold 149 - 177
Atomic Redster X9 Diamond 169 - 181
Salomon S/Max 6 R Gold 148 - 176
Salomon S/Max 4 R Silver 145 -176
Head V Shape V6 Gold 149-177
Volkl RTM 79  Platinum 156 - 177
Volkl RTM 8 R Diamond 137 - 179
Volkl RTM 84  Platinum 162 - 182
Volkl Racetiger SC  Diamond 150 - 175
Scott SRV Silver 157 - 177
Scott SUV Silver 160 - 175
Scott SUW Silver 155 - 165

 

 

Piste and Race
All Mountain  / Freestyle
Ski Model Price Category Sizes (cm)
Faction CT 2.0 Diamond 166 - 188
Faction Dictator 2.0 Diamond 163 - 179
Faction Dictator 2.0 X Diamond 155 - 175
Scott Slight 93 Diamond 160 - 180
Scott Slight 83 W Diamond 158 -168
Head Kore 99 Diamond 162 - 189
Blizzard Rustler 9  Gold 164 - 188
Blizzard Black Pearl Gold 145 - 163
Blizzard Brahma Gold 166 - 187
Atomic Vantage 90 TI R Gold 161 - 184
Head Wild Joy Platinum 153 - 168
Volkl Yumi Diamond 147 - 168
Nordica Enforcer 93 Gold 169 - 185

 

All Mountain and Freestyle
Freeride / Touring
Ski Model Price Category Sizes (cm)
Faction Dictator 4.0 Diamond 180-192
Faction Dictator 3.0 Diamond 174-186
Scott Scrapper 115 Diamond 182-189
Scott Speed Guide 80 Diamond 173-178
Scott Speed Guide 95 Diamond 173-178
Volkl M5 Mantra Diamond 170-191
Blizzard Rustler 10 Diamond 164-188
Blizzard Zero G 95 Gold 164-185
Line Sakana Platinum 174-181
Line Sick Day 104 Diamond 172-186

 

Freeride and Touring
Kids / Junior
Ski Model Price Category Sizes (cm)
Faction CT 2.0 YTH Junior 145 - 165
Faction Prodigy 0.5 Junior 105 - 155
Atomic Vantage Jr 1 Kids 70 - 90
Atomic Vantage Jr 2 Kids / Junior 100 - 120
Atomic Vantage Jr 3 Junior 130 - 150
Atomic Vantage X 1 Kids 70 - 90
Atomic Vantage X 2 Kids / Junior 100 - 120
Atomic Vantage X 3 Junior 130 - 150
Blizzard Firebird Jnr Junior 70 - 120
Blizzard Rustler Jnr Junior 130 - 150
Blizzard Sheeva Jnr Junior 120 - 140
Salomon S Max Jr  Kids / Junior 70 - 150
Salomon QST Max Jr Kids / Junior 70 - 150
Head Kore Jnr  Junior 135 - 155

 

Kids and Junior

What do the types of ski mean?

Piste / Race

This refers to skis that are designed to perform best on the groomed slopes. The higher category race and piste skis will be excellent for carving and making the most of the hundreds of kilometres of piste that the 4 Vallées offers. The lower category piste skis are perfect learners, or those looking to cruise around with ease.  

Piste / Race skis are skinny underfoot in order to make the edge to edge transition as efficient as possible. They normally have traditional camber underfoot this makes the ski more stable when skiing on the groomed slopes. Higher performance piste skis will be stiff, this keeps the ski stable under high speed and reduces the chattering noise softer skis can make when under heavy pressure. 

All Mountain / Freestyle

This refers to skis that are designed to go everywhere and do anything. If the conditions are variable or you are someone that likes to ski everything possible these are the skis for you. The higher category skis such as the Faction CT 2.0 are perfect if you're looking to go to the snowpark. 

All Mountain / Freestyle skis will often be slightly wider underfoot than piste skis in order to give extra float in soft snow. In order to excel in variable snow these skis are often less stiff than Piste / Race skis. All Mountain / Freestyle skis often have a mixture of reverse and traditional camber in order to both float in powder and perform well on piste /groomers. 

Freeride / Touring

These are skis designed for leaving the marked trails and making the most of the stunning terrain that Verbier has to offer. Skis such as the Scott Speedguide are perfect if you are planning on going touring and need a light, yet strong ski to venture into the back country with. 

Freeride / Touring skis are often much wider underfoot than Piste / Race skis. This will make them less easy to control on pistes / groomers. They will almost always have reverse camber in order to give them maximum float and control in powder snow. They can also be much lighter than Piste / Race skis in order for them to perform well off piste and to make them lighter to tour with.