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Sharpen the family's skis

We get a lot of questions about how to go about sharpening the family's alpine skis in a simple way. Here you have the answer! To better understand how steel edges work, we still recommend that you read through our professional guide to sharpening steel edges, which you can find via this link.

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The basis for sharpening the family's slalom skis is really only a file holder, a file and a sharpening point. Then it is of course easier if you also have a good ski holder to attach the skis to when you sharpen them.

We start with the holder for the file & the sharpener. We recommend a holder with a built-in screw clamp, it will be more stable and easier to use than a file clamp. Choose a holder that has an 88 degree angle, it is suitable for all skiing.

Here you will find our various file holders:

For the file holder, you need a regular file that you use to get the new angle on the steel edge and file your dull steel edges. We recommend a medium file with around 16 lines per centimeter.

Here you will find our files for sharpening your steel edges:

You use the file quite sparingly and mostly if the edges have become really dull. You use a sharpener more frequently to maintain sharpness. With a sharpener in grain size 400 it will be very sharp.

Here you will find our brows to maintain the sharpness of your steel edges:

With these products, for skiing on normal ski slopes, even if the family is very good, you will find that you always have razor-sharp edges. This also works great if you have children who have started ski school and are at the beginning of their competitive career.

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Don't forget hearty rubber bands to get rid of the ski brakes that otherwise get in the way when you want to sharpen your skis.

If you want to work easily and have a good bench, you should buy at these affordable prices ski holder to attach the skis to while you work on them:

Most skis have plastic on the side that gets in the way when sharpening the steel edges of the ski, this plastic must be removed with a special tool. This is a one-time maneuver that may already be done on your skis. Maybe you even know someone who has this tool that you can borrow. Otherwise, it's this one edge remover you need.