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MONOSKI is the Fusion between a SKI and a SNOWBOARD
The BOARD for skiers and the SKI for boarders

2 Different Approaches with 2 Possible Types of Bindings
- SKI Bindings with DIN Frontal and Lateral Release
- Alpine SNOWBOARD Bindings Without Release
The GLIDE that is the least traumatic for your knees
The SKI that protects your cruciate ligaments the most

Here are all the Technical Information and Aids
For the Choice and Adjustment of your Bindings and Boots
To Learn and Progress in MONOSKI
When ordering,
Fill in your shoe information

1 - Size in mm / Embossed inscription on heel
2 - Center distance in cm / Distance between the middle heels
Shoes well closed, glued and parallel
Invert or rotate the tibial strap if possible
3 - Or Your simple Town Shoes Size is enough
1) Be a beginner to intermediate level
2) Because we like heavier and more stable monoskis
3) To fit in a standing position as it is difficult to bend down,
4) Because we rarely push on one foot
5) Because you often fall at full speed
6) Because monoskiing is skiing and not surfing
7) Because monoskiing is best done with a ski binding
8) Because you prefer to lift when you fall
9) Because you have always done monoskiing with ski bindings
10) Because you are less flexible to roll up when you fall

1) Because it is lighter
2) Because it is more sensitive
3) To be more manageable
4) For local freeriding
5) For the mountain, the hike, the steep slope
6) To make sure you don't get off the ground like in surfing
7) It is easier to follow the falls than in surfing
8) Because it protects 99% of ACL sprains
9) Because it is easier to carry your mono and lighter on the bag
10) For approach walks by raising the front foot
11) For mounting your monoskis with a set of plates alone
12) To discover the real advantages of monoskiing
13) To avoid catching your monoski on the head
14) For skiers with bad knees
15) To choose your boot centre according to the conditions

When your Look bindings are delivered
You need to adjust the Backstop to your shoe
and adjust the level of the DIN spring on the 4 stops
depending on your weight or level

You have 3 cm of adjustment on your Rear Heel Stop
to lend your monoski up to 3 sizes of your size
Follow the instructions in your Look booklet
When your PROFX bindings are delivered,
You have to adjust your bindings for your boots
You can change the centre of your monoski as you wish
You can lend your monoski to all your friends

To adjust the bindings to your shoes
Take a spanner or a Torx T30 screwdriver
Follow the instructions in the video above
Centering info
Middle of the boot - Distance from the back heel of the monoski

ES 129 = 63 or 62 cm /// ES 149 = 68 or 67 cm 
ES 159 = 73 or 72 /// ES 169 = 79 or 78 cm 
ES 179 = 84 or 83 cm /// ES 184 = 86 or 85 cm

AR 168 = 78 or 77 cm /// AR 178 = 80 or 79 cm 
AR 186 = 84 or 83 cm /// AR 199 = 92 or 91 cm

FS 178 = 80 or 79 cm /// FS 188 = 84 or 83 cm
FS 201 = 91 or 90 cm

IA 167 = 78 or 77 cm /// IA 177 = 80 or 79 cm
IAF 178 = 80 or 79 cm /// IAF 188 = 84 or 83 cm
Mounting info
For skiers or to mount your own bindings

Centering - Checking with a tape measure - Info --------->
Drilling Monoski - Ski Drill 3,5 x 9 mm / Electric drill
Drilling Split - Ski Drill  4,1 x 9 mm / Electric drill
Gluing - Pattex external wood glue
Screwing - Screwdriver, manual or electric

- Mark the screws of the fasteners in the right direction
Depending on the center distance and length of the shoes
- Use a paper template of mm or a printable template

- Or the best of all ... the PROJIG universal Monoski Jig
To fit ALL Monoskis quickly and accurately.
PLUM - from 400 to 700 g - RANDO / FREE RANDO
Low Tech with safety release DIN Frontal and Lateral
For an efficient and easy practice in the ascent and descent
Oazo 8 for skiers < 70 kg or Guide 12 for skiers < 100 kg

For the sensation of a standard binding for downhill skiing
With Elastic Heel for Classic Ski Release
For a close BC practice or for skiers > 100 kg

PROFX T - from 500 to 900 g - RANDO / FREE RANDO / HM
Simple and No Loose Boot for Advanced Monoskiers
Easier to put on and with the best skiability on the descent
3 Versions to choose from - LIGHT / FREE / STEEP
All the ski boots are perfect for monoskiing
with volumes adaptable to all foot morphologies
But with plastic shells +/- narrow

Choose a model with the narrowest possible spacing
Without superfluous external plastic on the internal part

Then choose according to your comfort and your practice
All technical information in this complete article

BOOT FITTING Highly Recommended...
With one Molded Sole and Thermo-Formed Inner Boot to your Foot
For a perfect comfort, precision and insulation
To choose the right size shoe

Check the distance between the shoes before choose
10 to 12.5 cm for all sizes = OK
= 11 cm is the perfect distance

DISTANCE between the MIDDLE of each heel
- Shoes well closed, glued and parallel
- Invert or Rotate the Tibial Strap
held by screws or rivets, to place the buckle on the outside

In 3 hooks Freestyle, Freeride and Freerando ranges 
for more flexibility and ankle flex
for more Maneuverability and Damping ...
The Must of Monoski Style ... FULL TILT / DALBELLO

In 4 hooks for Piste, All Mountain and Freeride ranges
for a more ski-like practice with less ankle flex
for more Precison and Power with more rigidity 

All brands, All models, All prices on Skipass
The Free Rando Ski Boots
more downhill oriented can be used as a single pair
for Split and Piste / Freeride in Monoski
the Must again ... FULLTILT / DALBELLO / ROXA

The Ski Touring Boots
are very well adapted to the practice of Split Monoskiing,
even the lightest and most flexible type of mountaineering
All brands ... DYNAFIT / SCOTT / SCARPA etc ...