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Blizzard Titan Atlas
System Ski: $399.95
Flat: $399.99
Radius (m): 20
Waist (mm): 94
Rossignol S 7 Freeride
Flat: $231.95
System Ski: $399.97
Radius (m): 16
Waist (mm): 90
Dynastar Big Trouble
$299.00 (-3%)
Radius (m): 17
Waist (mm): 92
Line Prophet 100 Skis
Flat: $359.95
System Ski: $469.95
Radius (m): 17.2
Waist (mm): 100
How to pick the right skis
Short of a good pair of ski boots, finding a good pair of skis that are right for you is the best thing you can do to make sure you enjoy a ski trip. While seemingly complicated, ski technology can be broken into layman's terms fairly easily, so you can understand what you're looking for and what makes a good ski.

The two most important things you need to consider are what kinds of speeds you want to go, and over what types of terrain. Obviously, you don't need a slalom race ski if you are leisurely going down greens all day.

The majority of skiers may never roam off piste, so a front side carver is all they'll ever need, whereas if you want to hit up some back bowls you'll need something a little wider.
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Elan Sling Shot
$229.95 - 279.93 (-22%)
Blizzard Titan Zeus
$389.95 (-20%)
Radius (m): 38
Waist (mm): 119
Line Prophet 115
Flat: $369.95
System Ski: $489.95
Radius (m): 19
Waist (mm): 115
K2 sideseth skis
Flat: $399.95
System Ski: $599.95
Atomic automatic ski
Flat: $494.95
System Ski: $729.95
Dynastar cham 107 skis
Flat: $299.97
System Ski: $649.95
Radius (m): 20
Waist (mm): 107
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