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Women's Fischer Desire My Style Skis

These skis combine the grip and stability needed by novices with the enhanced performance of a shaped ski appreciated by fitness skiers. Great for use at groomed touring centers, they can also be used to break trails on gentle to moderate terrain. Wide Body Technology creates a widened section in...

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L.L.Bean
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Sir Francis Bacon Skis - Men's

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Rocking a twin-tip maple core with balanced flex and plenty of edge-to-edge energy, these all-mountain skis handle from powder tricks to switch-curves on hardpack for excitement on any terrain.

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REI Outlet
$499.73 See It
Future Spin Skis 2014 - 174

When people ask me why I'm in jail, I'll tell them its because I traveled back in time to spin harder than any man had spun before. The authorities didn't like it, or my trusty future tool, the Line Skis Future Spin Skis. The Future Spin is Line's new ski for 2014 and is the narrowest, lightest, and quickest all-terrain twin ski made by Line. The ultimate weapon of progression for those looking beyond the horizon of their present skill set.

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evo
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Mastermind Skis - 2015

Line Mastermind Skis - 2015 Line Master Mind Skis The new 2015 Line Mastermind is the perfect tool designed take the young mastermind to the next level in their quest for terrain park domination! Built for fun and equipped with a light and active response consisting of Line's 100% Aspen Macro Block core and 4-D Fibercap construction. The 2015 Mastermind also possesses a 5-Cut geometry, meaning the ski has 5 different sizes of sidecut radius shapes blended into one allowing it to initiate into varying degrees of turn shapes, rather than being limited to one specific skiing style as found in Line's more specialized models. Line's special Fatty Base and Edge means a 30% increase in the skis' base and edge which increases durability and tuning life. In other words, we're confident that you'll out grow this ski before you ride it to death. Bottom line, the Mastermind is easy to ski for the advanced/intermediate ripper giving it the nimble and durable characteristics ideal for learning new tricks. With a Symmetric Flex it's skinnier, lighter, and poppier, making it easier than other skis in its class for getting onto rails and boxes, and hucking tricks. Lastly, the soft and buttery feel of the 2015 Line Mastermind will allow the up-and-coming huckster to build confidence in their abilities by riding out maneuvers without washing out on difficult landings. LIGHT, FUN, EASY, SKI FOR PROGRESSING FAST Love Line Skis as much as us? We carry tons of 2015 Line Skis and we make our own Line Ski reviews.

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Park 2 Peak.com
$349.00 See It
Sideshow Skis -50%

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Built with All Terrain Rocker Remember when powder skis were 90mm underfoot and a nightmare on firm snow? How quickly the world changes. The SideShow is actually for those who ski more firm snow than soft. Though still admirable in powder, the metal

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The-House.com
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Giver Ski One Color, 191cm

On some days, those super-fat, super-soft powder skis are the ultimate tool for playing in the trees and popping off pillows. On other days, when the snow is big and the terrain is even bigger, you find yourself cursing them and everyone who designed them as you try mob down the steep and deep with any kind of speed. If the low speed limit of those floppy powder skis ends up putting a fun limit on your ski experience, strap on the Folsom Giver Ski and discover just how good it can be on a ski that begs to go as fast as you do. With a 110 or 114mm waist (depending on length) and a mild tip rocker, the Giver has plenty of girth to float in the deep, but is narrow enough to make quick edge changes and handle hard or variable snow. Where this ski really shines is on steep, high-speed descents in anything from blower pow to variable crud. The 32m turn radius is tailored to big-mountain chargers who are comfortable at very high speeds, while the slight tip rocker and lively poplar and bamboo core keep the ski lively and make it quick to change directions and scrub speed. Give 'er all you've got on the the Folsom Giver, and try not to cry when it gives you a lesson in speed.

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Backcountry.com
$467.97 See It
Aspect Skis-186

A wide-bodied touring ski equally adept at mellow powder tours and serious ski mountaineering objectives, the Black Diamond Aspect has the chops for nearly any day in the backcountry. The Aspect features a 90 mm waist and a Semi-Rocker tip for easy trailbreaking and powder performance, as well as a traditional shape and aggressive sidecut for quick, slicing turns in technical terrain. A paulownia wood core and carbon fiber reinforcements lend the ski maximum torsional stiffness without any unnecessary weight.

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CampSaver.com
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Experience 84 Skis Men's

If you prefer to spend your time carving on the groomed terrain but still want the occasional soft-snow experience the Rossignol Experience 84 Skis are a great choice. These skis are some of the most fun carving skis out there. A blend of camber and rocke

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Peter Glenn Ski & Sport
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Decora Chant Waterproof: Women's Apres Ski Boot

Apres Ski Boots: Merrell Decora Chant Waterproof - Female Adult - Silver Lining - Sizes 7|8.5|9|9.5|10 - Widtsh: Medium - The Merrell Decora Chant Waterproof boot offers walking comfort with added style. This women's mid-calf boot features a waterproof, full grain leather and suede upper with a breathable mesh lining for next-to-skin comfort; a full-length inside zipper offers easy on/off, while the faux fur collar detail adds cozy warmth. M-Select FRESH eliminates odor-causing bacteria to maintain a fresh interior. Merrell's M-Select DRY delivers dry comfort inside and out, in a wide range of weather conditions, as M-Select WARM insulation keep you cozy when temperatures drop. The dual-density polyurethane midsole enhances durability. The leather-covered footbed absorbs moisture; a nylon shank supports the midfoot to reduce fatigue. M-Select GRIP equips the durable rubber sole with responsive traction for secure footing on a range of terrain, making the Merrell Decora Chant Waterproof zip-up boot a surefire winner in cooler temps. Rugged strap and buckle details adorn the shaft for adjustable flair. ,4000)

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Onlineshoes.com
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Trail Pro (pair), Trekking and Ski Poles

Black Diamond Trail Pro Poles is a high performance pole that can take you places. They feature dual locking professional closures that make for fast, secure and easy adjustments to suit the terrain or any situation. The dual density grip on the Trail Pro poles, coupled with the padded wrist strap and foam grip extension, make for comfortable handling in any season. Interchangeable carbide tech tips grip a variety of trail surfaces to keep you stable everywhere.

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Sunny Sports
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Panic Skis 2014 - 157

The Atomic Panic Skis are strong and agile all-mountain skis that will take good care of you as long as you stay calm and let the skis do what they are meant to do. The Panic is a great step up from a narrower intermediate ski and a good choice for skiers looking to ramp up their skills in steeper terrain and variable snow.

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evo
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Giver Ski One Color, 186cm

On some days, those super-fat, super-soft powder skis are the ultimate tool for playing in the trees and popping off pillows. On other days, when the snow is big and the terrain is even bigger, you find yourself cursing them and everyone who designed them as you try mob down the steep and deep with any kind of speed. If the low speed limit of those floppy powder skis ends up putting a fun limit on your ski experience, strap on the Folsom Giver Ski and discover just how good it can be on a ski that begs to go as fast as you do. With a 110 or 114mm waist (depending on length) and a mild tip rocker, the Giver has plenty of girth to float in the deep, but is narrow enough to make quick edge changes and handle hard or variable snow. Where this ski really shines is on steep, high-speed descents in anything from blower pow to variable crud. The 32m turn radius is tailored to big-mountain chargers who are comfortable at very high speeds, while the slight tip rocker and lively poplar and bamboo core keep the ski lively and make it quick to change directions and scrub speed. Give 'er all you've got on the the Folsom Giver, and try not to cry when it gives you a lesson in speed.

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Backcountry.com
$467.97 See It
Evo Tour Nis Touring Skis

These wide and stable skis are ideal for the skier who wants to break his own trail and explore many types of terrain. They also excel at groomed touring centers. NIS binding system allows for adjustable binding positions without screwing holes into your skis. The binding simply slides into the...

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L.L.Bean
$220.00 See It
Giver Ski One Color, 176cm

On some days, those super-fat, super-soft powder skis are the ultimate tool for playing in the trees and popping off pillows. On other days, when the snow is big and the terrain is even bigger, you find yourself cursing them and everyone who designed them as you try mob down the steep and deep with any kind of speed. If the low speed limit of those floppy powder skis ends up putting a fun limit on your ski experience, strap on the Folsom Giver Ski and discover just how good it can be on a ski that begs to go as fast as you do. With a 110 or 114mm waist (depending on length) and a mild tip rocker, the Giver has plenty of girth to float in the deep, but is narrow enough to make quick edge changes and handle hard or variable snow. Where this ski really shines is on steep, high-speed descents in anything from blower pow to variable crud. The 32m turn radius is tailored to big-mountain chargers who are comfortable at very high speeds, while the slight tip rocker and lively poplar and bamboo core keep the ski lively and make it quick to change directions and scrub speed. Give 'er all you've got on the the Folsom Giver, and try not to cry when it gives you a lesson in speed.

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Backcountry.com
$467.97 See It
Sight Skis 2014 - 169

The K2 Sight Skis are a pair of snappy, responsive resort skis. The All-Terrain Rocker makes them more versatile than just a park ski, but still able to stomp with the best of them. The Sight has camber underfoot for grip on hard snow, but the ski is more than capable in the soft stuff. All this will become crystal clear once you've got the Sight.

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evo
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Completo Ski One Color, 181cm

After massive brainstorming, the Folsom ski designers trickled down the shapes and technology from its mountain slayers in order to make the Completo Ski the most well-rounded all-mountain beast in its class. This mid-fat ski can be ridden hard on deep days, stuffed into tight technical chutes, and blasted across corduroy. It packs rocker for float, tip and tail taper to keep you from hanging up in choppy conditions, and an agile chassis to keep you quick on your toes. Greenhorns or vets can rely on this ski for any type of terrain, the tram or the chair, and for deep days or droughts that demand all-day laps on the hardpack. Folsom Skis uses a modified sandwich construction, in which materials are laid in horizontal layers from bottom to top with epoxy resin bonding each layer, to guarantee the most durable ski possible. In addition, the engineers also incorporate Durasurf UHMW sidewalls into the construction that doesn't crack or break and handles impact better than ABS sidewalls. Rubber foil is also used in specific locations in the ski to reduce vibration and to increase adhesion between the metal edges and the fiberglass. As a result, this creates an incredibly damp ski for a stable ride no matter what the terrain. The Completo's core features hand-selected poplar and bamboo wood that have been precision milled on Folsom's CNC machine to a tolerance of . 004 of an inch. As a result, you get a quality, durable ski that's lightweight, poppy, and extremely responsive. In addition, Folsom designers uses a carbon laminate or carbon stringers to increase the overall strength of the ski. Edges can be a game-changer especially when you blow one out or when they're hardly thick enough to withstand a season of tuning, so Folsom equipped the Completo with 2. 1mm Rockwell 48 steel edges. Oh, and we can't forget Folsom's Durasurf sintered base material, which can take a beating while staying fast. Harder and with better wax absorption properties than e...

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Backcountry.com
$789.95 See It
Sight Skis 2014 - 179

The K2 Sight Skis are a pair of snappy, responsive resort skis. The All-Terrain Rocker makes them more versatile than just a park ski, but still able to stomp with the best of them. The Sight has camber underfoot for grip on hard snow, but the ski is more than capable in the soft stuff. All this will become crystal clear once you've got the Sight.

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evo
$255.90 See It
Completo Ski One Color, 189cm

After massive brainstorming, the Folsom ski designers trickled down the shapes and technology from its mountain slayers in order to make the Completo Ski the most well-rounded all-mountain beast in its class. This mid-fat ski can be ridden hard on deep days, stuffed into tight technical chutes, and blasted across corduroy. It packs rocker for float, tip and tail taper to keep you from hanging up in choppy conditions, and an agile chassis to keep you quick on your toes. Greenhorns or vets can rely on this ski for any type of terrain, the tram or the chair, and for deep days or droughts that demand all-day laps on the hardpack. Folsom Skis uses a modified sandwich construction, in which materials are laid in horizontal layers from bottom to top with epoxy resin bonding each layer, to guarantee the most durable ski possible. In addition, the engineers also incorporate Durasurf UHMW sidewalls into the construction that doesn't crack or break and handles impact better than ABS sidewalls. Rubber foil is also used in specific locations in the ski to reduce vibration and to increase adhesion between the metal edges and the fiberglass. As a result, this creates an incredibly damp ski for a stable ride no matter what the terrain. The Completo's core features hand-selected poplar and bamboo wood that have been precision milled on Folsom's CNC machine to a tolerance of . 004 of an inch. As a result, you get a quality, durable ski that's lightweight, poppy, and extremely responsive. In addition, Folsom designers uses a carbon laminate or carbon stringers to increase the overall strength of the ski. Edges can be a game-changer especially when you blow one out or when they're hardly thick enough to withstand a season of tuning, so Folsom equipped the Completo with 2. 1mm Rockwell 48 steel edges. Oh, and we can't forget Folsom's Durasurf sintered base material, which can take a beating while staying fast. Harder and with better wax absorption properties than e...

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Backcountry.com
$789.95 See It
Sight Skis 2014 - 159

The K2 Sight Skis are a pair of snappy, responsive resort skis. The All-Terrain Rocker makes them more versatile than just a park ski, but still able to stomp with the best of them. The Sight has camber underfoot for grip on hard snow, but the ski is more than capable in the soft stuff. All this will become crystal clear once you've got the Sight.

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evo
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Renegade Ski One Color, 186cm

Every year, Eric Hjorleifson pushes himself into bigger, gnarlier, and deeper terrain, so it's not surprising that he's become known for designing his own gear, the better to handle his demanding riding. His newest creation is the 4FRNT Renegade Ski, which is the fattest board in 4FRNT's line, making it Hoji's tool of choice on ultra-deep, ultra-fluffy days when his namesake ski just won't cut it. You won't find Eric riding the resort groomers, so the Renegade's designed with a full rocker profile to take advantage of all the untracked cold smoke you find, and has a tapered tip and tail to allow for easy smearing and gigantic power slides. Sliding's great, but Hoji gets up on edge better than pretty much anyone in the game, so it's only logical that the Renegade uses Reflect Tech to match the sidecut and camber profiles, offering smooth, hook-free carving and more effective edge than a fully rockered ski has any right to. The wood core's sandwiched between two fiberglass laminates for a stiff, powerful ride that's not super heavy, and 4FRNT's unique Hals semi-cap construction foregoes sidewalls for a full wrap that transmits silly amounts of energy to the ski's edges for power and control. The new Renegade even has a special tail block, which supports the skis when you're using them as walking sticks to help you pick your way through rocks, up ridges, and over rough terrain, so you won't have any more excuses for not lining up the biggest, baddest, and deepest line on the mountain.

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Backcountry.com
$799.99 See It