This document specifies requirements, test methods and marking for alpine ski-boots with improved walking soles that are used with systems of alpine ski-bindings for improved walking soles with attachment at the boot front and boot rear, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. Alpine ski boots with improved walking soles are intended to a better walkability without affecting the function of the alpine ski binding designed for improved walking soles. This document is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger (Types A (Adults) and C (Children)) in the Mondo point system (see Annex A).

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This document applies to all goggles with plano lenses, intended for eye protection against hazards including ultraviolet and visible solar radiation, rain, snow and wind, during downhill skiing, snowboarding and other similar activities. This document applies to downhill skiing and snowboarding goggles fitted with an insert to carry prescription lenses. It specifies requirements and testing for materials, performance, marking of goggles and information to be supplied by the manufacturer. Information on the selection and use of downhill skiing and snowboarding goggles is given in Annex A. This document does not apply to a) eye protectors for protection when operating or travelling on a motorized vehicle, b) eye protectors for protection against optical radiation from artificial sources, such as those used in solaria, c) eye protectors for direct observation of the sun, and d) eye protectors intended for sports with unrelated hazards and risks.

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This document defines the minimum requirements for safety in poles for alpine and touring skiing. It specifies test methods to check conformity with these requirements. It is applicable to ski-poles for alpine and touring skiing in the following ranges of total length, lT: — group A, lT ≥ 1 050 mm (adults' poles); — group B, 1 050 mm > lT ≥ 700 mm (junior poles); — group C, lT

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This European Standard specifies the requirements and test methods for ergonomics,
innocuousness, comfort/sizing, restraint, strength, abrasion, impact performance, (bending)stiffness as well as
provisions for marking and instructions supplied by the manufacturer for wrist protectors (hereinafter referred
to as protectors) for all users of snowboard equipment.
lt does not apply to protectors used in roller sports as well as roller sports hockey or alpine skiing.
NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedent over figures.
NOTE 2 The intent of this standard is to specify performance requirements of wrist protectors needed to
reduce the risk of direct injury to the wrist caused by contact of the ground within the protective zone of the
wrist protectors.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for ergonomics, innocuousness, comfort/sizing, restraint, ability to limit wrist extension and attenuate impact force on the palm as well as provisions for marking and instructions supplied by the manufacturer for wrist protectors for all users of snowboard equipment.
It does not apply to protectors used in roller sports, alpine skiing, or other sports. This document does not address protection for the forearm due to axial forces caused by an impact on the fingers or fist. Moreover, this document does not address protection against palmar flexion (terminal flexion) caused by an impact on the dorsal side of the hand.

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This document specifies the requirements and test methods for ergonomics, innocuousness, comfort/sizing, restraint, ability to limit wrist extension and attenuate impact force on the palm as well as provisions for marking and instructions supplied by the manufacturer for wrist protectors for all users of snowboard equipment. It does not apply to protectors used in roller sports, alpine skiing, or other sports. This document does not address protection for the forearm due to axial forces caused by an impact on the fingers or fist. Moreover, this document does not address protection against palmar flexion (terminal flexion) caused by an impact on the dorsal side of the hand.

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This document specifies methods for the selection of the release torques for alpine ski-bindings. It gives information necessary to determine the release torques recommended for use by ski-binding manufacturers in their instructions for installation and use, and by ski shops for the adjustment of ski-bindings already mounted. It is applicable to state-of-the-art alpine ski bindings. It might be inappropriate for non-mechanical bindings or bindings used with boots which reach more than half-way up the lower leg. This document describes a specified method for the selection of the recommended release torques considering three types of skiers. The method applies to moment-measuring binding test machines, according to ISO 11110.

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This document specifies test methods for screws used for fastening ski bindings to alpine skis. NOTE 1 Acceptance criteria are specified in ISO 6004. The results of these test methods characterize the properties of the binding screw. NOTE 2 A test method for the mounting and fastening characteristics of different ski models is specified in ISO 8364.

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This document specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface, requirements, test methods, and marking of ski-boots with a rigid sole (see 3.5) which are used with current systems of touring ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this document in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. This document is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger in the Mondopoint system (see Annex A). It is applicable to rigid touring boots. Boots with softer shells like Telemark boots are excluded as they do not have the necessary shell stability to act as part of the release systems.

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This document specifies the requirements, test methods and marking of ski-boots which are used with current systems of alpine ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces. For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this document in order to achieve the desired degree of safety. It applies to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger [types A (for adults) and C (for children)] in the Mondopoint system (see Annex A).

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This document defines test soles representing — an alpine ski-boot (form A) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing alpine ski-bindings for alpine skiing in accordance with ISO 9462 and ISO 9465, and — a touring ski-boot (form T) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing touring ski-bindings for touring skiing in accordance with ISO 13992 and ISO 9465. NOTE Ski-boots have their own International Standards (ISO 5355 and ISO 9523) that allow relatively large tolerances in defining the test sole which are generally believed to be suitable for on-slope use by skiers, but too large for reproducible laboratory measurements.

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This document specifies a uniform method for the sampling and inspection of complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems used in rental operations. This document is intended for any facility which rents complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems as for example when the skier owns the boots. This document is not applicable for alpine touring ski-binding-boot systems. This document is not applicable for complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems which are rented for 15 days or more. NOTE 1 A period of less than 15 days is common for equipment being rented. NOTE 2 ISO 11088 gives a method for testing if the equipment is owned or rented for 15 days or more.

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This document specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding mechanisms
of skis, integrating, in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards which are
related to skis, bindings and boots.
It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for
sports retailers.
It is applicable to a ski-binding-boot system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component is
owned by the user.
This document is applicable for complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems which are
owned by the user or rented for 15 days or more.
NOTE ISO 13993 gives a method of measurement for equipment which is rented for less than 15 days.

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This document specifies laboratory measurement methods to determine the elastic properties of crosscountry
skis. Its purpose is to calculate the resistance of defined parts of the ski to bending.
This document applies to cross-country skis with a nominal length greater than or equal to 150 cm.
The standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability between laboratory
measurement data, determined and published by ski manufacturers, institutions or others.
In this document, no attempt is made to relate the measurement data to the quality of the ski.

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This document specifies laboratory measurement methods for mass and location of the balance point of
cross-country skis.
If laboratory measurement data are determined and published by manufacturers or other institutions,
standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability.
It is not the purpose of this document to evaluate the measurement data with regard to their influence
on the quality of the ski.

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This document specifies laboratory measurement methods for mass and polar moment of inertia of
alpine skis.
If laboratory measurement data are determined and published by the ski manufacturer or other
institutions, standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability.
This document also specifies a tolerance range which can be met by the measurement data of all
manufactured skis, if for the specific model length measurement data are published by the manufacturer
of the ski.
NOTE The appropriate ski length can be given with the published measurement data.
It is not the purpose of this document to evaluate the measurement data with regard to their influence
on the quality of the ski.

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This document specifies the dimensions, mechanical properties and fastening characteristics of test
screws used for testing the binding mounting area of alpine skis.c

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This document specifies a method for the determination of the fatigue indexes of cross-country skis (i.e.
the resistance of the skis to changes of bottom camber height or irreversible damage) after a bending
test with cyclic loading.
It is applicable to cross-country skis with a nominal length of 160 cm to 215 cm.

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This document specifies assembly, adjustment and inspection procedures for the binding mechanisms of skis, integrating, in a practical way, the requirements of those International Standards which are related to skis, bindings and boots. It is intended for all individuals and institutions concerned with those procedures, and especially for sports retailers. It is applicable to a ski-binding-boot system (S-B-B) for alpine skiing, of which at least one component is owned by the user. This document is applicable for complete and incomplete alpine ski-binding-boot systems which are owned by the user or rented for 15 days or more. NOTE ISO 13993 gives a method of measurement for equipment which is rented for less than 15 days.

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This International Standard specifies performance requirements and test methods for face protectors (including visors) for use in ice hockey and shall be used in conjuction with ISO 10256-1.
Note 1   The requirements of a clause take precident over a figure.   
Note 2   The intent is to reduce the risk of injury to the face without compromising the form or appeal of the game.
Note 3   Ice hockey is a sport in which there is a risk of injury.  This International Standard is intended only for face protectors used for ice hockey.  Ice hockey face protectors afford no protection from neck or spinal injury. Severe head, brain or spinal injuries, including paralysis or death, may occur in spite of using an ice hockey face protector in accordance with this International Standard.
Requirements and the corresponding test methods, where appropriate, are given for the following:
a)   Construction and area of coverage
b)   resistance to puck impact
c)   penetration
d)   field of view and scotoma
e)   geometric (visual) optics and acuity
f)   transmittance and haze
g)   marking and information.
This International Standard applies to  face protectors worn  by:
a)   players other than goalkeepers; and
b)   certain functionaries (e.g. referees).

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This International Standard covers performance requirements for ice hockey goalkeeper head and face protectors. It is to be used in conjunction with ISO 10256-1, 10256-2 and 10256-3.
The intent of this International Standard is to reduce the risk of injury to the head and face of ice hockey goalkeepers without compromising the form and appeal of the game.
Performance requirements are established, where appropriate for the following:
a) materials, assembly, and design;
b) protected areas (coverage) and penetration resistance;
c) shock absorption;
d) puck impact resistance;
e) retention; and
f) optical quality.

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This International Standard specifies performance requirements and test methods for head protectors for use in ice hockey and shall be used in conjunction with ISO 10256-1.
Note 1   The requirements of a clause take precident over a figure.   
Note 2   The intent of this International Standard is to reduce the risk of injury to the head without compromising the form or appeal of the game.
Note 3   Ice hockey is a sport in which there is a risk of injury.  This International Standard is intended only for helmets  used for ice hockey.  Ice hockey helmets afford no protection from neck or spinal injury. Severe head, brain or spinal injuries, including paralysis or death, may occur in spite of using an ice hockey helmet in accordance with this International Standard.
Requirements and the corresponding test methods, where appropriate, are given for the following:
a)   Construction and coverage
b)   shock absorption
c)   penetration
d)   retention system properties
e)   field of vision
f)   marking and information.
This International Standard applies to head protectors worn  by
a)   Players other than goalkeepers; and
b)   certain functionaries (e.g. referees).

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ISO 10256-4:2016 covers performance requirements for head and face protectors to be used by ice hockey goalkeepers. It is intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256‑1, ISO 10256‑2 and ISO 10256‑3.
Performance requirements are established, where appropriate for the following:
a) materials, assembly, and design;
b) protected areas (coverage) and penetration resistance;
c) shock absorption;
d) puck impact resistance;
e) retention;
f) optical quality.
NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedent over a figure.
NOTE 2 The intent of this part of ISO 10256 is to reduce the risk of injury to the head and face of ice hockey goalkeepers without compromising the form and appeal of the game.

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ISO 10256-3:2016 specifies performance requirements and test methods for face protectors (including visors) for use in ice hockey and is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 10256‑1.
Requirements and the corresponding test methods, where appropriate, are given for the following:
a) construction and area of coverage;
b) resistance to puck impact;
c) penetration;
d) field of vision;
e) geometric (visual) optics and acuity;
f) transmittance and haze;
g) marking and information.
ISO 10256-3:2016 applies to face protectors worn by
- players other than goalkeepers, and
- certain functionaries (e.g. referees).
NOTE 1 The requirements of a Clause take precedent over a figure.
NOTE 2 The intent is to reduce the risk of injury to the face without compromising the form or appeal of the game.

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ISO 10256-2:2016 specifies performance requirements and test methods for head protectors for use in ice hockey and is intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256‑1.
Requirements and the corresponding test methods, where appropriate, are given for the following:
a) construction and protected area;
b) shock absorption;
c) penetration;
d) retention system properties;
e) field of vision;
f) marking and information.
ISO 10256-2:2016 applies to head protectors worn by
- players other than goalkeepers, and
- certain functionaries (e.g. referees).
NOTE 1 The requirements of a Clause take precedent over a figure.
NOTE 2 The intent of this part of ISO 10256 is to reduce the risk of injury to the head without compromising the form or appeal of the game.

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ISO 8364:2017 specifies requirements and test methods for the binding mounting area and free space area, ski bindings and retention devices of alpine skis, in order to optimize the compatibility of the functional unit "ski binding ? retention device ? boot". ISO 8364:2017 contains data for the manufacturer of alpine skis, bindings and retention devices, concerning dimensions, tests and other specifications for the binding mounting area.

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ISO 6003:2017 specifies laboratory measurement methods for mass and polar moment of inertia of alpine skis. If laboratory measurement data are determined and published by the ski manufacturer or other institutions, standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability. ISO 6003:2017 also specifies a tolerance range which can be met by the measurement data of all manufactured skis, if for the specific model length measurement data are published by the manufacturer of the ski. NOTE The appropriate ski length can be given with the published measurement data. ISO 6003:2017 is not the purpose of this document to evaluate the measurement data with regard to their influence on the quality of the ski.

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ISO 7139:2017 specifies laboratory measurement methods to determine the elastic properties of cross-country skis. Its purpose is to calculate the resistance of defined parts of the ski to bending. ISO 7139:2017 applies to cross-country skis with a nominal length greater than or equal to 150 cm. The standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability between laboratory measurement data, determined and published by ski manufacturers, institutions or others. In ISO 7139:2017, no attempt is made to relate the measurement data to the quality of the ski

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ISO 7798:2017 specifies a method for the determination of the fatigue indexes of cross-country skis (i.e. the resistance of the skis to changes of bottom camber height or irreversible damage) after a bending test with cyclic loading. ISO 7798:2017 is applicable to cross-country skis with a nominal length of 160 cm to 215 cm.

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ISO 10045:2017 specifies the dimensions, mechanical properties and fastening characteristics of test screws used for testing the binding mounting area of alpine skis.

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ISO 7138:2017 specifies laboratory measurement methods for mass and location of the balance point of cross-country skis. If laboratory measurement data are determined and published by manufacturers or other institutions, standard measurement procedures can be used to ensure comparability. ISO 7138:2017 is not the purpose of this document to evaluate the measurement data with regard to their influence on the quality of the ski.

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This International Standard specifies a method for the determination of the fatigue indexes of alpine skis
(i.e. the resistance of the skis to changes in shape and of stiffness) after a bending test with cyclic loading.

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This International Standard specifies methods for the selection of the release torques for alpine skibindings.
It gives information necessary to determine the release torques; these are to be recommended
for use by ski-binding manufacturers in their instructions for installation and use, and by ski shops for
the adjustment of already mounted ski-bindings.
It applies to alpine ski-bindings in current use.
It might be inappropriate for non-mechanical bindings or bindings used with boots which reach more
than half-way up the lower leg.
Manufacturers may use either of the two specified methods, or a combination of the two, as the basis
for their recommended release torques.
The methods apply to torque-measuring binding test machines. If force-measuring test machines are
used, it is necessary to report the release force, calculated as shown in Clause 3.
In recommending the release torques, it is necessary to take into account the abilities of the skier
concerned by applying skier-type correction factors. For this purpose, three types of skier are defined,
as described in Annex A.

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This International Standard specifies the main characteristics of ski-bindings and describes, as an
example, the test methods A and B.
This International Standard applies to ski-bindings for alpine skiing for children, juniors, and adults.

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This International Standard specifies a method for determining the resistance of alpine skis to permanent
deformation and breaking. In this International Standard no attempt is made to relate the measurement
data to the quality of the ski.
lt is applicable to all alpine skis for adults, juveniles and children.

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This International Standard specifies the dimensions and characteristics of the interface, requirements,
test methods, and marking of ski-boots with a rigid sole (see 3.5) which are used with current systems
of touring ski-bindings with attachment at the boot toe and boot heel, the proper release function of
which depends on the dimensions and design of the interfaces.
For ski-binding systems that function irrespective of the sole shape or that have different requirements
for the sole dimensions, it is not always necessary for the ski-boot soles to comply with this International
Standard in order to achieve the desired degree of safety.
This International Standard is applicable to ski-boots of sizes 15,0 and larger in the Mondopoint system
(see Annex A).
It is applicable to rigid touring boots. Boots with softer shells like Telemark boots are excluded as they
do not have the necessary shell stability to act as part of the release systems.

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This International Standard defines test soles representing
— an alpine ski-boot (form A) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing alpine ski-bindings
for alpine skiing in accordance with ISO 9462 and ISO 9465, and
— a touring ski-boot (form T) or at least the bottom part of it to be used for testing touring ski-bindings
for touring skiing in accordance with ISO 13992 and ISO 9465.
NOTE Ski-boots have their own International Standards (ISO 5355 and ISO 9523) that allow relatively large
tolerances in defining the test sole which are generally believed to be suitable for on-slope use by skiers, but too
large for reproducible laboratory measurements.

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This International Standard provides guidelines for carrying out comparative testing of alpine skis
with the objective of evaluating the performance characteristics.
It is applicable to alpine skis in accordance with ISO 6289.

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The standard is applicable for avalanche airbag systems with the purpose to keep the user on top of the snow in case of an avalanche accident. It gives safety requirements and test methods. (EN 16716)

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ISO 10256-5:2017 specifies performance requirements and test methods for neck laceration protectors used in ice hockey. Neck laceration protectors are needed to reduce the risk of direct laceration to the neck caused by contact of a hockey skate blade. The tests required to ensure that a neck laceration protector conforms to the requirements of this document do not attempt to predict the performance of the neck protector in all possible situations. This document does not address protection from the impact of pucks, sticks or other objects. ISO 10256-5:2017 does not address accessories that are associated with a neck laceration protector.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for avalanche airbag systems to reduce the risk of being buried by a snow avalanche.
This European Standard does not consider personal protection against impact or cold temperature.

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This part of ISO 10256 specifies general requirements for head, face, neck and body protectors
(hereafter referred to as protectors) for use in ice hockey.
This part of ISO 10256 is intended only for protectors used for ice hockey. Requirements are given for
the following:
a) terms and definitions;
b) innocuousness;
c) ergonomics;
d) test report;
e) permanent markings;
f) information for users.
In the ISO 10256 series, collateral standards specify performance requirements for protectors for use
in ice hockey and are intended to be read in conjunction with this part of ISO 10256.
NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedence over a figure.
NOTE 2 The intent is to reduce the risk of injury to an ice hockey player without compromising the form or
appeal of the game. These standards presume that the rules of play for ice hockey will be followed by players and
enforced by officials.

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ISO 10256-1:2016 is part of ISO 10256 specifies general requirements for head, face, neck and body protectors (hereafter referred to as protectors) for use in ice hockey.
ISO 10256-1:2016 is intended only for protectors used for ice hockey. Requirements are given for the following:
a) terms and definitions;
b) innocuousness;
c) ergonomics;
d) test report;
e) permanent markings;
f) information for users.
In the ISO 10256 series, collateral standards specify performance requirements for protectors for use in ice hockey and are intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256-1:2016.
NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedence over a figure.
NOTE 2 The intent is to reduce the risk of injury to an ice hockey player without compromising the form or appeal of the game. These standards presume that the rules of play for ice hockey will be followed by players and enforced by officials.

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ISO 10256-1:2016 is part of ISO 10256 specifies general requirements for head, face, neck and body protectors (hereafter referred to as protectors) for use in ice hockey. ISO 10256-1:2016 is intended only for protectors used for ice hockey. Requirements are given for the following: a) terms and definitions; b) innocuousness; c) ergonomics; d) test report; e) permanent markings; f) information for users. In the ISO 10256 series, collateral standards specify performance requirements for protectors for use in ice hockey and are intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256-1:2016. NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedence over a figure. NOTE 2 The intent is to reduce the risk of injury to an ice hockey player without compromising the form or appeal of the game. These standards presume that the rules of play for ice hockey will be followed by players and enforced by officials.

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ISO 10256-4:2016 covers performance requirements for head and face protectors to be used by ice hockey goalkeepers. It is intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256‑1, ISO 10256‑2 and ISO 10256‑3. Performance requirements are established, where appropriate for the following: a) materials, assembly, and design; b) protected areas (coverage) and penetration resistance; c) shock absorption; d) puck impact resistance; e) retention; f) optical quality. NOTE 1 The requirements of a clause take precedent over a figure. NOTE 2 The intent of this part of ISO 10256 is to reduce the risk of injury to the head and face of ice hockey goalkeepers without compromising the form and appeal of the game.

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ISO 10256-2:2016 specifies performance requirements and test methods for head protectors for use in ice hockey and is intended to be read in conjunction with ISO 10256‑1. Requirements and the corresponding test methods, where appropriate, are given for the following: a) construction and protected area; b) shock absorption; c) penetration; d) retention system properties; e) field of vision; f) marking and information. ISO 10256-2:2016 applies to head protectors worn by - players other than goalkeepers, and - certain functionaries (e.g. referees). NOTE 1 The requirements of a Clause take precedent over a figure. NOTE 2 The intent of this part of ISO 10256 is to reduce the risk of injury to the head without compromising the form or appeal of the game.

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ISO 10256-3:2016 specifies performance requirements and test methods for face protectors (including visors) for use in ice hockey and is intended to be used in conjunction with ISO 10256‑1. Requirements and the corresponding test methods, where appropriate, are given for the following: a) construction and area of coverage; b) resistance to puck impact; c) penetration; d) field of vision; e) geometric (visual) optics and acuity; f) transmittance and haze; g) marking and information. ISO 10256-3:2016 applies to face protectors worn by - players other than goalkeepers, and - certain functionaries (e.g. referees). NOTE 1 The requirements of a Clause take precedent over a figure. NOTE 2 The intent is to reduce the risk of injury to the face without compromising the form or appeal of the game.

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ISO 11110:2015 specifies the tests and requirements for devices used to determine the release moments of ski-bindings in retail sales, rental, and other facilities. It specifies requirements for the design accuracy, operation, maintenance, and calibration of the test devices used for determining binding release settings. For other requirements, see appropriate standards (e.g. standards on electronic measuring devices, safety of electrical apparatus, etc.). It is to be used in conjunction with ISO 9462 and ISO 8061.

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ISO 8783:2015 provides guidelines for carrying out comparative testing of alpine skis with the objective of evaluating the performance characteristics. It is applicable to alpine skis in accordance with ISO 6289.

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ISO 11087:2015 specifies the requirements for ski brakes and binding straps. It is applicable to alpine retention devices, which are used to reduce the risk of injury, caused by the ski after the ski's release.

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