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SKIS FOR TERRAIN PARKS

Do you want to improve your skiing skills and do cool tricks? If you're ready to jump, spin, and slide on the slopes, you need the right skis. Our guide will help you choose the perfect skis quickly, so you can spend more time skiing and less time shopping!

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How to choose skis for terrain park?

When it comes to trick skiing, the right equipment is important. Here are some key things to consider when choosing the best skis for tricks and jumps to have the best time in terrain parks.

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Shorter = better

Choose skis that are shorter than regular alpine skis. Shorter skis are more agile and responsive, making them perfect for terrain parks and quick turns.

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Flexibility

Choose skis with a medium to soft flexibility. This makes them easier to maneuver and helps absorb impact when landing jumps or doing tricks.

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Waist width

Pick skis with a medium width. They offer good balance, make tricks easier, and provide stability for landing jumps and riding rails.

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Twin tip design

Twin tip design means both ends of the skis are curved up. This helps you move easily in both directions, making it great for fun jumps and tricks.

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Durability

Freestyle skiing can be hard on skis. Get skis with reinforced edges and strong materials to handle all the jumps and tricks.

01

Shorter = better

Choose skis that are shorter than regular alpine skis. Shorter skis are more agile and responsive, making them perfect for terrain parks and quick turns.

02

Flexibility

Choose skis with a medium to soft flexibility. This makes them easier to maneuver and helps absorb impact when landing jumps or doing tricks.

03

Waist width

Pick skis with a medium width. They offer good balance, make tricks easier, and provide stability for landing jumps and riding rails.

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Twin tip design

Twin tip design means both ends of the skis are curved up. This helps you move easily in both directions, making it great for fun jumps and tricks.

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Durability

Freestyle skiing can be hard on skis. Get skis with reinforced edges and strong materials to handle all the jumps and tricks.

Choose the length

Lenght

44 cm / 17 inch

65 cm | 26 inch

99 cm | 39 Inch

Available bindings

Ski bindings
Snowboard bindings

Ski bindings
Snowboard bindings

Ski bindings
Pro ski bindings
Snowboard bindings

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 shorter skis are great for terrain parks?

Snowfeet skis are great for tricks because they're smaller and let you move freely. They're like a mix of skiing and skating, making jumps and spins easier in terrain parks. They're just more fun for park skiing!

Simple to Control

Short skis are super fun and easy to control, making them perfect for riding backwards, spinning, jumping, and doing all kinds of tricks on the slopes and in terrain parks.

Easy to Learn 

Short skis are easier to control, so you learn quickly. They're great for beginners and intermediates who want to enjoy skiing to the fullest.

Freedom Anywhere

Shorter skis are great for the terrain park, but you can also use them on groomed trails or in moguls, so you don't need multiple pairs of skis.

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Britt
I made it down the mountain!

I've tried skiing and snowboarding, but I have never made it down the mountain(even the bunny slopes were too much for me). I wanted to participate in the snow fun, but just couldn't get my feet right. Then, I saw a video with someone using these tiny skis. My mind was blown! I just had to get a pair of these skiskates. This winter season, I've SUCCESSFULLY made it down the mountain (even without falling!) Miracles do happen! Skating down the hill did the trick.

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Luis Reynoso
Simply easy and fun

Learning was easy, practical, when using them you never stop having fun, stopping was easy after a few times of practicing, getting up without fear of hurting your knee, they are the best, I would never change them

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Derek Adams
Love my 44's

I love the mobility that you get from ski skates. Also, they're fast enough to have plenty of fun. I think they're perfect for working with young skiers as well. I can easily skate and tow my 5 year old. If I'm on a slope with her, it's really convenient to have my 44's on. I can walk uphill to her, pick her up, put a strap / harness on her and guide her downhill easily. They are perfect for working with youngsters because you have such mobility when skiing close to them. They make for a fun day on the groomers.