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When a skier puts weight on a traditional cambered ski, the entire length of the ski contacts the slope. On a rocker ski only the middle section makes contact when the ski is flat. The term rocker refers solely to the curve of the ski and the reverse camber that results from it. Unlike a traditionally cambered ski, the rocker ski is not ‘tensioned’ at all. From a technical point of view, the rocker is in fact really a reverse camber. The effective edge length of a rocker ski is variable, i.e. the more powerful a ski is ridden and the tighter the turns are executed, the edge has a more dominant role in stability and grip. As a consequence a rockered ski can be chosen up to 10 cm longer than its cambered equivalent.