• Norwegian version

Gamme 54 BC

The most versatile mountain ski ever

Gamme 54 is the most versatile mountain ski available. A longitudinal rigid, but also very turn-powered ski. A marked waxing pocket and length-stiff ski makes this ski suitable for long trips in hilly terrains. Early Rise (Nordic Rocker) and marked side cuts increase turn-willingness. Gamme 54 features a lightweight wood core in poplar with Titanal reinforcement. The reinforced Titanal reduce vibration and gives extra security on rough trips.

This ski is developed in close cooperation with the adventurer Aleksander Gamme. In the winter of 2011/2012 Aleksander walked the world’s longest ski trip without support or resupply. Aleksander is not just a guy who enjoys long trips with skis on his feet, but also an adventurous man who seeks to challenge the mountain in climbing harness or a wing suit with a parachute on his back. It will be exciting to follow Aleksander on his adventures in the future.


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Length is determined based on body length and weight. The table here is intended as an aid and must not be followed slavish. Skills, terrain, weight, backpack and individual needs / habits are factors that influence the choice of length.

General advice: Skiing rough terrain requires shorter skis than open mountain areas. For beginners, it will often be easier with short skis. If the person is lighter than average, the user should consider shorter skis, and vice versa. If you often got heavy load (pulk/sledge), the ski should be a bit longer

Body length Weight (kg) Ski lengh
150-160 cm – 60 170
160-170 60-75 180
170-180 70-85 190
180-190 80-95 200
190+ 95+ 210


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