Selection of skis and equipment for the child
Equipment for a small child must be selected accordingly, firstly for safety reasons, and secondly, not to discourage it. The skis should reach the child to the shoulder line. If the skis are too short it will have trouble maintaining balance, if they are too long it will be very difficult to set the skis to the plough and turn. The bindings should be set to easy to unseal (but certainly above 1 on the binding scale) and the shoes should be chosen in size and should hold the ankle joint well. If you have difficulty choosing the size of the shoes for the child, remove the insert and put it on the child's foot. It is very important that the foot in the shoe does not move. Optimal selection of ski equipment reduces the risk of injury and allows children to fully enjoy playing in the snow.