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Will you go alpine skiing or touring?

In other words: Which world do you want to explore with ORIGINAL+?

Why do we ask this question? Whether you intend to go alpine skiing or touring is important for picking the general type of ski and roughly defining its construction. We generally build our touring skis lighter and softer than our classic downhill skis.
Are you looking for a specific ski type?

Chose a type of ski, or let ORIGO do the consulting.

Where do you mostly ski?

For which conditions does your ski have to be created?

Why do we ask this question? Knowing your skiing focus allows us to determine the right type of ski for you; by selecting a basic model out of our ORIGINAL+ range we define the waist width, surface area and camber of your ski.
Find out more about different types of skis here
What is most important to you when touring?

Are you an ascent-oriented or a descent-oriented ski tourer?
That is to say, what makes you most happy when going on a ski tour: the way up, the way down, or both?

Why do we ask this question Knowing your touring focus allows us to determine the right type of ski for you; by selecting a basic model out of our ORIGINAL+ range we define the waist width, surface area, stiffness, and weight of your ski. Find out more about different types of touring skis here here.
What is your preferred skiing style?

Or, put another way: If you were a racer, which discipline would you participate in?

Why do we ask this question? Our various basic piste models are tailor-made for specific skiing styles. By telling us wich race discipline you belong to (most closely) you are helping us identify your ideal model match. Besides length and longitudinal flex this question is also about sidecut.
Where and how will you use your skis?

What is your main motivation for ski touring, and which kinds of tours will you tackle?

Why do we ask this question? Our different basic touring models are tailor-made for specific areas of touring. With you telling us your ski touring focus we are able to identify your ideal model match. Besides length and sidecut this question is also specifically about your ski’s weight.
Whats your take on bootpacking or skinning up?

Are you ready for some human-powered vertical meters in order to access those secret stashes?

Why do we ask this question? If your answer to this question is YES, we will put special emphasis on keeping your ski’s weight low so you can climb up effortlessly.
How would you describe your skiing skills?

Position yourself on the scale by making a spontaneous and honest self-assessment – please no false pride or humility here or in the next chapters.

Why do we ask this question? Your self-assessment on your skiing skills helps us define the right ski length and stiffness for you. All values will be further fine-tuned throughout the configuration process.
How fast do you ski?

Again, please make a spontaneous and honest self-assessment.

Why do we ask this question? Your average speed is relevant for your ski’s dampening properties and longitudinal flex. It’s also a decisive factor in choosing your wood core.
What would a ski instructor say about you?

In other words: how good is your skiing technique?

Why do we ask this question? By telling us about your technique you enable us to define the torsional stiffness and the right tuning of your ski. The more exact and precise we design your ski, the better your skiing technique has to be. Conversely, this means that a less specific ski is more forgiving.
What is your preferred turn radius?

Do you love to "wedel" or are you more of a downhiller type of person?

Why do we ask this question? In order to define the ideal geometric radius of your ski we need to know your preferred turn radius. The latter is also important for determining the right length and longitudinal flex of your ski. In general, the ski’s radius is a much more complex matter than most people think.
What ary your favorite destinations for skiing?

Select up to three regions you will head to with your new ski.

Why do we ask this question? How we tune your ski depends on where you will take it most of the time. That’s because snow and weather conditions vary largely from region to region and are often very location-specific: from dry and aggressive snow to wet and round grained snow. We will make sure that your ski’s edge bevel and base structure always match your particular "surface".
How many days do you ski per season?

Do you spend all your spare time in the snow or do you just occasionally go skiing?

Why do we ask this question? Knowing your average number of ski days per season helps us get a feel for your general and skiing specific level of fitness. Based on that we fine-tune all parameters of your ski once again.

Help us determine the best new ski for you.


Why do we ask this question? Our database of ski models includes many brands and models. By knowing what you think and feel about your current ski, we can better asses the build and construction of your new O+ ski.
The ultimate tune

The ORIGINAL+ Factory Tuning is our unique basic yet premium tuning package applied to every ski leaving our factory. It is included in the ski purchase price. Experienced specialists in our O+ Service Center tune your ski with state-of-the-art machinery from Reichmann according to your personal needs. That means precise, individual world-class machine-based tuning. Includes model specific edge bevels, a laser base structure and Optiwax ECO Infrared wax finish.

Model specific edge bevels
Modell Belagsseitig Seitenkante
mod.6S -0,75° 87°
mod.6G -0,75° 87°
mod.6X -0,75° 87°
mod.7 -1° 88°
mod.8 -1° 88°
mod.9 -1° 88°
mod.8T -1° 88°
mod.9T -1° 88°

Manual tuning

+ € 0,-

Infrared wax finish

+ € 0,-

Tip caps

Our recommendation:

Stainless steel tip caps protect your skis from scratches and damages from the edges, making your skis more durable around the tip.

Make your ski come alive with color

Our standard color way is black-white. At a surcharge you can further personalize your ski by giving the top sheet and logo a custom color, design of choice and/or by having your name placed.

Information about delivery times Our delivery time is 2 to 10 weeks, depending on your specific order. We can give you an exact delivery date once you’ve completed your configuration.

The ski graphics go through several rounds of paintwork, taking up the most time in our production process. That’s also why an individual graphic involves higher costs and results in a longer delivery time. Your asset: a truly unique looking ski!
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Define your binding

Which touring binding is right for you and your ski largely depends on your personal preferences. Our binding guide helps you filter and find your suitable binding.

Find out more about the evaluation criteria.? Find out more here!

Award between 1 and 5 points to the following criteria

(1 should be awarded to the feature that is most important to you)

Low weight

High skiing performance

Great ease of use

High safety

Low price

Your preferred binding technology

What is a pin / frame binding PIN
Pin bindings secure the boot via two small metal pins at the toe piece of the binding. That means you need a touring boot with tec inserts for the pins to engage. In comparison to frame bindings, pin bindings are considerably lighter, better to walk with and provide better power transmission. The downside: In terms of release, pin bindings are slightly inferior and they are not as easy to handle.

Frame bindings are closer to regular alpine bindings: The ski boot is fixed in the toe and heel piece and they are pretty easy to use. The pros of frame bindings include: strong downhill performance and control as well as good release values. The cons: Frame bindings are considerably heavier than pin bindings and less comfortable for walking. Frame bindings are compatible with most alpine and touring ski boots and comply with all DIN and ISO norms.
Getting personal

In order to finalize the configuration of your ski, we still need a few personal details from you.


What do you need my personal data for? Your biometrical data such as height, weight, and age are relevant for selecting the right ski length and stiffness.
Where can I find the details about my ski boot? Ski boot sole length and sole type