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BUMPS FOR BOOMERS ® 4-day Mogul Skiing Clinics

Short skis required for use on days 1 and 2 of the BUMPS FOR BOOMERS ® 4-day Mogul Skiing Clinic are included in the cost of your clinic. You will pick-up your rental skis at the Aspen Sports St. Regis Hotel store located at 303 East Durant Avenue. Please complete this form upon receipt. This information will be shared with Aspen Sports St. Regis to expedite the rental process. After you submit this form you will be taken to a webpage with detailed logistics for picking up your skis.

Your height, weight, age, boot sole length and skier type are needed in order to set the release/retention settings on your rental ski bindings. Please be sure to provide accurate information, as any error may increase your risk of injury.

Thank you in advance for providing this information! All fields are required.

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    You must determine your Skier Type in order for your ski bindings to be properly set. Determining your Skier Type is up to you. Please use the descriptions below to decide what Skier Type you are. Inaccurate information may increase your risk of injury.

  • Type 1 Skier: prefers skiing cautiously and at slower speeds. This skier is most comfortable on smooth slopes of gentle to moderate pitch. As a Type 1 Skier you prefer lower than average release/retention settings so in the case of a fall your bindings are more likely to release. A Type 1 Skier is an entry-level skier uncertain about their classification.

    Type 2 Skier: prefers a variety of speeds. A Type 2 Skier will ski on varied terrains and explores different parts of the mountain. If a skier cannot decide that they are a Type 1 or a Type 3, they are a Type 2. A Type 2 Skier prefers average release/retention settings appropriate for most recreational skiing.

    Type 3 Skier: prefers faster speeds. A Type 3 Skier likes going fast and skis aggressively on slopes of moderate to steep pitch. Type 3 Skiers prefer higher than average release/retention settings. As a Type 3 Skier, they prefer decreased releasability in a fall in order to gain a decreased risk of inadvertent binding release. This classification is not recommended for skiers who weigh 47 pounds or less.

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