I recently purchased a pair of mid-fats, with: 128-85-112 dimensions.

I researched other mid-fat models, and found that a surprising number share virtually the same dimensions, including:

Salomon X Wing Fury

Volkl AC50

Rossignol Zenith 15

K2 Xplorer

Watea 84

Blizzard Magnum 8.7

Atomic Crimson TI

All are popular skis and most are within 1mm (2mm at the most) of each other in each dimension.

In no other category do you find such convergence. Even frontside groomers, with less surface area, feature more variability in size than mid-fats.

It's interesting that 128-85-112 suddenly become the "magic number" for mid-fat designs.

I researched other mid-fat models, and found that a surprising number share virtually the same dimensions, including:

Salomon X Wing Fury

Volkl AC50

Rossignol Zenith 15

K2 Xplorer

Watea 84

Blizzard Magnum 8.7

Atomic Crimson TI

All are popular skis and most are within 1mm (2mm at the most) of each other in each dimension.

In no other category do you find such convergence. Even frontside groomers, with less surface area, feature more variability in size than mid-fats.

It's interesting that 128-85-112 suddenly become the "magic number" for mid-fat designs.