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SportRack SR6453 Roof Mount Ski and Snowboard Carrier, 8-Pairs of Skis or 4-

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Find bicycle accessories at Target.com! The sportrack sr6453 roof mount ski and snowboard carrier makes taking to slopes easy and convenient. This carrier lets you carry up to 8-pairs of skis or 4-snowboards on front to back or side to side roof

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Target
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Women's Temptation 77 Skis 152

Instead of just enticing yourself by watching the snow fall, grab a pair of Rossignol's Temptation 77 Skis for a winter full of fun. This integrated ski system is sure to have you longing for the snow, and thanks to its Air Tip Technology, Auto Turn Rocker, and strong wood core, you'll be crushing the mountain with a ride that is as smooth as glass. The Temptation 77 Skis also have a cute, but tech graphic to satisfy the female needs from there to the middle of Alaska. PRODUCT FEATURES: Weight: 3,6KG/pair Sidecut: 122-77-111 Ski Radius: 15 Rocker height: AUTO TURN ROCKER Profile sidecuts: AIR TIP Structure: Slanted Cap Core: WOOD Construction reinforcements: FIBERGLASS Binding System: XELIUM W Over-sized shipping fee applies

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The Ski Skis 2014 - 155

Despite it's name, the Scott The Ski A Ski is more than just a ski. The Elliptical Sandwich Sidewall Construction provides a stable ride in all kinds of snow conditions and offers a strong yet fun flex to control your turns how you want them. Scott wants to ensure that you get out on these planks as soon as possible, so they gave them a factory finish with pre-tuned edges and a micro structured CNC stone grind, allowing you to take them out of the box, attach some bindings, and head to the nearest snow-covered hill. The Pro-Tip Rocker shape of these skis also offers more consistent flex and a nice lead to your ride down the mountain. When people ask you about the Scott The Ski A Skis, you may tell them that they're skis, but we both know they are so much more.

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evo
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Trn Tek 201 Pro Ski One Color, 201cm

The days of long straight skis and sherbet-colored one-pieces may be long-gone, but with the Folsom Skis Trn Tek 201 Pro Ski, you can throw it back a bit for some hard-charge shredding that will leave these new-fangled short fat skis in the dust. Yeah, you can call it throwback, but Folsom calls this bomber a classic technique-strengthening tool. What does that mean? It means that so many modern skiers rely so heavily on their ultra-fat, short, and shaped "cheater" skis that when they get onto a precarious line or in imperfect conditions, they simply lack the abilities to ski it with power. Don't be one of those guys. Incorporating Folsom's patented Trn Tek reverse arc molding process, along with high-tech modern materials, the 201 Pro is ready to rip. This American-made ski features a hybrid core of poplar, maple, and bamboo fitted with carbon stringers. This gives it a smooth flex for buttery turns but also gives it the pop necessary to maintain high-speed stability and power. A rocker profile with reverse arc tip and strong camber underfoot and into the tail means that this beast initiates turns like a champ and floats over crud and death cookies while still being able to keep a rock-solid edge at high speed. The squared-off directional tail lets you charge hard forward, leaving that backwards-skiing nonsense to the park rats.

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Backcountry.com
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Discovery Skis

Cross-country ski with ease through woods, over fields or around your own backyard. Shorter and wider than traditional skis, these provide more stability and control, making climbing, turning and stopping easier. Positrack waxless base provides excellent traction and hassle-free performance in...

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L.L.Bean
$169.00 See It
Turbine 125 Ski Black/Red, 191cm

If you're going to be sending big cliffs and skiing chest-deep snow at face-melting speeds, you'd better have a tool that's as burly as you are. Enter the Head Turbine 125 Ski. It might look like the offspring of a big-mountain ski and a rubber spatula, but it skis like a purebred charger, thanks in part to the space-age tech in the tip and tail. To reduce the vibration that can be an issue with rockered skis, Head supplied the Turbine with TTS, a tip and tail stabilizing system consisting of elastomeric stabilizing inlays and a glass fiber exoskeleton that combine to dampen vibration, lighten swing weight, and increase torsional stiffness, creating a ski that's as stable and powerful as a Clydesdale while being quick as a snowshoe hare. Even though it's designed for big drops and deep days, the Turbine can hold its own in variable conditions, thanks to its torsional stiffness and a TNT rocker profile that features 60% camber underfoot to bite into hardpack and 20% tip and tail rocker to float over chop and crud. It won't get squirrely, either, thanks to an Independent Suspension System that employs more vibration-dampening inlays underfoot, as well as in the tip and tail, to reduce chatter and provide a smooth ride. And when you hit the inevitable rock, never fear, because the Turbine features super-durable sandwich cap construction, which combines the toughness and strength of sandwich construction with the lightweight simplicity of a cap overlay, and burly ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that are designed to take a beating without dulling or blowing out. Throw in tough and fast UHM C bases with diecut graphics, and you've got a ski that just might be tougher than you are.

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Backcountry.com
$699.00 See It
Collective 105 Ski Black/Blue, 181cm

Skiing nothing but groomers is like eating pizza three meals a day: it's awesome for a while, but before long you'll want to expand your horizons a little bit and try, say, some lobster tails, or at least a hamburger. The Head Collective 105 Ski lets you get a big taste of the mountain's all-you-can-eat buffet of conditions, with plenty of hardpack-devouring traditional camber underfoot and a moderate serving of rocker in the tip and tail that'll let you cruise through powder, chop, and crud without a second thought. Built on a full wood core with a hybrid sandwich cap construction and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that provide the weight-saving benefits of a cap with the durability and edging power of full sidewalls, the Collective can rally as hard as you want it to while staying nimbler than a cat. If you're looking at the Collective, though, you're probably checking out the rubbery tip-and-tail doodads and thinking something like "WhaHuhWhoNow?" Stay calm, though--that's just Head's TTS Tip and Tail Stabilizer System, which is basically a shock absorber designed to reduce vibration in rockered skis and provide increased torsional stiffness for a smoother, more powerful ride and better edge control. If that's not enough vibration dampening for you, don't freak out, because the Collective also has an Independent Suspension System, a series of elastomeric inlays in the tip, tail, and underfoot, designed to give you a ride that's smoother than a set of silk PJs on everything from icy hardpack to day-old storm leftovers. Now that's tasty.

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Backcountry.com
$599.00 See It
p802 Skis - Men's - /2015

Get it by 12/25!

The p802 skis are an homage to hard-core East Coast skiing, but you'll love them anywhere you ski. They feature a lively and fun feel you'll want to take all over the mountain.

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REI
$649.00 See It
Turbine 125 Ski Black/Red, 181cm

If you're going to be sending big cliffs and skiing chest-deep snow at face-melting speeds, you'd better have a tool that's as burly as you are. Enter the Head Turbine 125 Ski. It might look like the offspring of a big-mountain ski and a rubber spatula, but it skis like a purebred charger, thanks in part to the space-age tech in the tip and tail. To reduce the vibration that can be an issue with rockered skis, Head supplied the Turbine with TTS, a tip and tail stabilizing system consisting of elastomeric stabilizing inlays and a glass fiber exoskeleton that combine to dampen vibration, lighten swing weight, and increase torsional stiffness, creating a ski that's as stable and powerful as a Clydesdale while being quick as a snowshoe hare. Even though it's designed for big drops and deep days, the Turbine can hold its own in variable conditions, thanks to its torsional stiffness and a TNT rocker profile that features 60% camber underfoot to bite into hardpack and 20% tip and tail rocker to float over chop and crud. It won't get squirrely, either, thanks to an Independent Suspension System that employs more vibration-dampening inlays underfoot, as well as in the tip and tail, to reduce chatter and provide a smooth ride. And when you hit the inevitable rock, never fear, because the Turbine features super-durable sandwich cap construction, which combines the toughness and strength of sandwich construction with the lightweight simplicity of a cap overlay, and burly ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that are designed to take a beating without dulling or blowing out. Throw in tough and fast UHM C bases with diecut graphics, and you've got a ski that just might be tougher than you are.

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Backcountry.com
$699.00 See It
The Apostle Skis 2015 - 175

Have you spoken with the snow gods lately? Whether they're full-on-stoked and blessing you with pow or holding out on you, RMU The Apostle Skis will have you preaching the snow god news. The progressive shape of the Apostle skis creates a platform that can handle anything. Tapered tip and tail for smooth skiing in deeper snow, 105 mm waist to take any snow conditions, and a full poplar wood core that is stable, snappy, and light. Whether you're headed into the backcountry to praise the snow gods, or you worship from inbounds, The Apostle is all you need for your ritual. For any skier looking for unrivaled versatility, The Apostle is the way to go. Not only is it built in the USA, but it will help you get closer to 'Ski God' status, who could argue?

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evo
$719.95 See It
p802 Skis - Men's - /2015

Get it by 12/25!

The p802 skis are an homage to hard-core East Coast skiing, but you'll love them anywhere you ski. They feature a lively and fun feel you'll want to take all over the mountain.

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REI
$649.00 See It
Collective 105 Ski Black/Blue, 171cm

Skiing nothing but groomers is like eating pizza three meals a day: it's awesome for a while, but before long you'll want to expand your horizons a little bit and try, say, some lobster tails, or at least a hamburger. The Head Collective 105 Ski lets you get a big taste of the mountain's all-you-can-eat buffet of conditions, with plenty of hardpack-devouring traditional camber underfoot and a moderate serving of rocker in the tip and tail that'll let you cruise through powder, chop, and crud without a second thought. Built on a full wood core with a hybrid sandwich cap construction and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that provide the weight-saving benefits of a cap with the durability and edging power of full sidewalls, the Collective can rally as hard as you want it to while staying nimbler than a cat. If you're looking at the Collective, though, you're probably checking out the rubbery tip-and-tail doodads and thinking something like "WhaHuhWhoNow?" Stay calm, though--that's just Head's TTS Tip and Tail Stabilizer System, which is basically a shock absorber designed to reduce vibration in rockered skis and provide increased torsional stiffness for a smoother, more powerful ride and better edge control. If that's not enough vibration dampening for you, don't freak out, because the Collective also has an Independent Suspension System, a series of elastomeric inlays in the tip, tail, and underfoot, designed to give you a ride that's smoother than a set of silk PJs on everything from icy hardpack to day-old storm leftovers. Now that's tasty.

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Backcountry.com
$599.00 See It
Water Skiing Jr. Skier 8.5 in. Water Ski Starter Package 02403

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Shop for Outdoors at The Home Depot. The RAVE Sports 02403 Junior Skier Water Ski Starter Package is for those new skiers who have out-grown the kid's trainer skis. The Jr. Skier Package is perfect for getting beginners out on the water and up the

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Home Depot
$249.00 See It
Collective 105 Ski Black/Blue, 191cm

Skiing nothing but groomers is like eating pizza three meals a day: it's awesome for a while, but before long you'll want to expand your horizons a little bit and try, say, some lobster tails, or at least a hamburger. The Head Collective 105 Ski lets you get a big taste of the mountain's all-you-can-eat buffet of conditions, with plenty of hardpack-devouring traditional camber underfoot and a moderate serving of rocker in the tip and tail that'll let you cruise through powder, chop, and crud without a second thought. Built on a full wood core with a hybrid sandwich cap construction and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that provide the weight-saving benefits of a cap with the durability and edging power of full sidewalls, the Collective can rally as hard as you want it to while staying nimbler than a cat. If you're looking at the Collective, though, you're probably checking out the rubbery tip-and-tail doodads and thinking something like "WhaHuhWhoNow?" Stay calm, though--that's just Head's TTS Tip and Tail Stabilizer System, which is basically a shock absorber designed to reduce vibration in rockered skis and provide increased torsional stiffness for a smoother, more powerful ride and better edge control. If that's not enough vibration dampening for you, don't freak out, because the Collective also has an Independent Suspension System, a series of elastomeric inlays in the tip, tail, and underfoot, designed to give you a ride that's smoother than a set of silk PJs on everything from icy hardpack to day-old storm leftovers. Now that's tasty.

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Backcountry.com
$599.00 See It
Women's Discovery Skis

Cross-country ski with ease through woods, over fields or around your own backyard. Shorter and wider than traditional skis, these offer more stability and control for easy climbing, turning and stopping. Fiberglass cap with a wood core is light yet strong, for a smooth stride even on varied...

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L.L.Bean
$169.00 See It
Reverse Skis 2014 - 176

The Scott Reverse Skis are your tool for all-mountain domination. The Reverse offers you precise edge control on the groomed, and rocker in the tip enhances performance in variable snow conditions. Two layers of Titanal create a stable ride and powerful flex, so you can bust through chopped and tracked out snow. This versatile ski will have you grinning ear to ear no matter what the day calls for.

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evo
$366.90 See It
Turbine 125 Ski Black/Red, 181cm

If you're going to be sending big cliffs and skiing chest-deep snow at face-melting speeds, you'd better have a tool that's as burly as you are. Enter the Head Turbine 125 Ski. It might look like the bastard offspring of a big-mountain ski and a rubber spatula, but it skis like a purebred charger, thanks in part to the space-age tech in the tip and tail. To reduce the vibration that can be an issue with rockered skis, Head supplied the Turbine with TTS, a tip and tail stabilizing system consisting of elastomeric stabilizing inlays and a glass fiber exoskeleton that combine to dampen vibration, lighten swing weight, and increase torsional stiffness, creating a ski that's as stable and powerful as a Clydesdale while being quick as a snowshoe hare. Even though it's designed for big drops and deep days, the Turbine can hold its own in variable conditions, thanks to its torsional stiffness and a TNT rocker profile that features 60% camber underfoot to bite into hardpack and 20% tip and tail rocker to float over chop and crud. It won't get squirrely, either, thanks to an Independent Suspension System that employs elastomeric inlays underfoot, as well as those in the tip and tail, to reduce chatter and provide a smooth ride. And when you hit the inevitable rock, never fear, because the Turbine features super-durable sandwich cap construction, which combines the toughness and strength of sandwich construction with the lightweight simplicity of a cap overlay, and burly ABS Tuffwall sidewalls that are designed to take a beating without dulling or blowing out. Throw in tough and fast UHM C bases with diecut graphics, and you've got a ski that might be tougher than you.

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Backcountry.com
$439.97 See It
Volare Skis-171

A true afficionados backcountry ski; the Ski Trab Volare is the strongest, lightest ski with modern dimensions for laying tracks down any mountain.

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CampSaver.com
$449.48 See It
Candide 4.0 Ski One Color, 175cm

The crew over atFaction Skis believes that skis are tools of escape and expression. CandideThovex would agree, as evidenced by his Faction pro model ski, the Candide 4. 0Ski. This big-mountain stick is as unique as Candide's skiing. On the outside,its rocker-flat-rocker profile and fat waist provide flotation and an abilityto surf powder fields with ease, while on the inside, a balsa wood corecombines with flax fibers to create a powerful pop, snappy return, andspeed-wobble-eliminating chassis. Faction opted for the strength and preciseedge control provided by sidewall fabrication, which is great considering allthe places you'll find yourself on this ski. This is Candide'stool-of-the-trade, and with X Games medals, legendary Utah gaps, a movie, andcountless big-mountain achievements to his name, it's a safe bet that hecreated one crusher of a rockered ride.

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Backcountry.com
$929.00 See It
Volare Skis

A true afficionados backcountry ski; the Ski Trab Volare is the strongest, lightest ski with modern dimensions for laying tracks down any mountain.

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CampSaver.com
$449.48 See It
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