Definition of sidecut in English:

sidecut

Line breaks: side|cut
Pronunciation: /ˈsʌɪdkʌt/

noun

  • A curve in the side of a ski or snowboard which allows it to turn more smoothly.
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    • Telemark skis have taken on radical widths and sidecuts in recent years.
    • With transparent waxable bases and ground finish, the wider ski features a sidecut of 68-60-65 mm and comes in 170, 180 or 190 cm lengths.
    • So they introduce us to things like the 10-80 which is a great slopestyle ski, but can't use its own sidecut because of it's tip profile.

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