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Chamonix Bochard 92 Skis

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Description: Chamonix Bochard 92 Skis

From curdoray to bowls, the Bochard skis are built to conquer the entire mountain. This ski features bi-ax glass with carbon fiber stringers to make it lightweight and responsive on a variety of terrain. The Sintruded base and urethane sidewalls make this a fast yet forgiving ski that is great for anyone looking to progress their skills.

Key Features of Chamonix Bochard Skis
  • Bi-Ax Glass
  • Sintruded Base
  • Poplar Wood Core
  • Urethane Sidewall
  • Full Wrap Steel Edges
  • Carbon Fiber Stringers
  • Scratch Resistant Top Sheet
  • 92mm waist width
  • 50% on piste / 50% off piste
Dimensions
Length (cm) 169 179
Effective Edge (mm) 1442.4 1527.8
Contact Length (cm) 123.4 130.7
Tip Width (mm) 125 132.5
Waist Width (mm) 89.4 93
Tail Width (mm) 106.8 113.2
Tip Length/Height (mm) 275.2/50 291.5/52
Tail Length/Height (mm) 180.8/15 191.5/15
Tip Radius (mm) 344 365
Tail Radius (mm) 277 294
Sidecut Radius (m) 18.75 18.49
Camber (mm) 6.5±3 6.5±3
Stance (mm) 600 600
Setback (mm) 0 0
Running Length Center (cm) 61.5 65
Midsole Measurement From Tip (cm) 85.5 92

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Sick shred stix!!
Skis look great. Been ripping the slopes and slaying through the pow. Although the ski do not have any marking or indications on them for mounting the bindings and no ski shop around my area were willing to Mount the Tyrolia ski bindings I perched with the skis. Due to not having the proper jig. So I tackle the task myself. A quick U TUBE vid, A tape measure and a drill. and bam I have them mounted and was shedding in no time. Remember measure twice drill once
January 19, 2020
Purchased
9 months ago
Great skis
Came as advertised. Skis themselves are very light. Makes for great all mountain ski
February 24, 2020
Purchased
7 months ago
Took a chance...
These are pretty dang good skis for the price. More information about the manufacturer would be nice, though what little research I could find on this new company seems that they are interested in affordable quality. Skied once on these so far on piste and they are fantastic. Can't wait to try some more variable conditions on these which should be able to handle anything shy of the deepest days.
February 16, 2020
WA, US
Age: 25-44
Purchased
8 months ago
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Is it twin tipped?
A shopper on Dec 13, 2019
BEST ANSWER: The vormaines are true park twin tips
What is the waist width?
A shopper on Nov 14, 2019
BEST ANSWER: 92mm
What is the turn radius?
A shopper on Dec 5, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Chewck the llisting under "sidecut radius". For the 169 skis it is 18.79m, and for the 179 cm skis, it appears to be 18.49 plus or minus.Those are, imho, fairly long turn radii for what the text sems to indicate is an intermediate to advanced skier ski. On the other hand, the waist is, at 90=-93mm depending onlength, right in the mix with today's most popular skis (Nordica Enforcer 93, for example). Sounds like a good compromise ski, but with no metal layer and that fairly long radius turn, they may be a bit skittish at higher velocities. I ski in France a lot (except this year!), and I have never heard of this ski, nor have I seen it on the slopes. But there's quite a culture of "garage skis" in France right now, so lots of very good skiers have gone into the business for themselves.
Is it playful? (Does it flex?)
Ben M on Feb 25, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hey Ben,
The Chamonix Bochard Skis are a great medium flex all mountain choice for both on and off piste.
Anyone try these in some deep and steep powder in the 179cm?
Andrew K on Apr 18, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Haven't heard anything yet but these are more of an All mountain ride, if you want something more for powder the Vormaine might be a better choice.