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BEST SKIS FOR BUMPS

Want to master skiing on moguls? Discover how to choose the best skis for handling bumps effortlessly and with more fun.

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How to choose the best skis for bumps?

If you want to ski moguls well, picking the right skis is important. Mogul skis are made for rough terrain. They are shorter, lighter, have twin tips, a softer flex, and special core materials. Here are the key features to look for when choosing mogul skis.

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Shorter = better

Shorter skis are easier to control in moguls because they are more agile. They help you make quick turns and move through the bumps better.

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Flexibility

Flexibility means how much the ski bends when you put pressure on it. Skis with a softer flexibility bend more easily, which helps them absorb bumps better. This makes them a good choice for skiing on moguls.

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Narrow waist

Skis with a narrower waist (the middle part) are better for moguls because they can turn quickly from side to side.

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Light weight

Mogul skis should be light. Lighter skis help skiers move quickly through bumps and turns. Heavy skis are harder to control and can tire out skiers faster.

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Twin tip design

Choose skis with a twin-tip design, where both the front and back are upturned. This makes it easier to ski forwards and backwards. Twin-tip skis are great for tricks, jumps, and moves in mogul terrain.

01

Shorter = better

Shorter skis are easier to control in moguls because they are more agile. They help you make quick turns and move through the bumps better.

02

Flexibility

Flexibility means how much the ski bends when you put pressure on it. Skis with a softer flexibility bend more easily, which helps them absorb bumps better. This makes them a good choice for skiing on moguls.

03

Narrow waist

Skis with a narrower waist (the middle part) are better for moguls because they can turn quickly from side to side.

04

Light weight

Mogul skis should be light. Lighter skis help skiers move quickly through bumps and turns. Heavy skis are harder to control and can tire out skiers faster.

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Twin tip design

Choose skis with a twin-tip design, where both the front and back are upturned. This makes it easier to ski forwards and backwards. Twin-tip skis are great for tricks, jumps, and moves in mogul terrain.

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Lenght

44 cm / 17 inch

65 cm | 26 inch

99 cm | 39 Inch

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Best use

Shortest skis, they are easiest to control, most lively on slopes, feels like skates on snow. Work well on smooth, packed snow and are perfect in terrain parks.

Long enough to ski, short enough to skate. Fun tricks, jumps and twists on slopes and in terrain parks. Feels a bit like skates on snow.

The ultimate Skiblades. Long enough for deep carving on the slopes with more freedom of movement, fun jumps and tricks in terrain parks and in powder.

Why are shorter skis great for bumps?

They are shorter and lighter, making it easier to handle bumps and turns in moguls. This helps you control your movements and stay balanced. They allow for quick turns and better agility, which is useful for navigating through the terrain.

Fun + Freedom Anywhere

Short skis are super fun for riding backwards, spinning, jumping and all kinds of tricks on moguls.

Easy to Learn 

Short skis have a fast learning curve. They are great for beginners and intermediate skiers who want to enjoy their ski trip to the fullest.

Simple to control

Shorter skis are easier to control which makes them perfect for navigating in bumpy terrain.

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Sarah Finch
I found my unicorn!

As a lifetime skier I have always loved the sport but STRUGGLED with the boots! I have giant calves and despite ordering custom boots I still struggled to be comfortable enough to want to continue the sport. I always joked that if I could just do snowboard boots with skis I’d be set. Then I found SnowFeet!!! I have done more skiing this year than any other year in my adult life! Including some time in Utah. What a life changer for me.

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Rene Paolo Cabral
I love my snowfeet skiboards!

Got ACL injury two yeas ago using skis and i thought that’s it for me. Took my chances buying the snowfeet skiboards and i love it! I love rollerblading when i was younger and it felt like the same thing in snow when i got to try these! Now i am excited to visit snow resorts again here in california!

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Brandon S.
My Skiboards were a Blast!!

I have been looking for a ski option was that nimble, light, easy to transport and travel with; the 65cm Skiboards are PERFECT!!

I had a blast with these ski's, so much fun! I was also able to pack them in a duffle bag with my snowboard boots and check them like regular luggage. Excited for my next trip to the mountain!