Freestyle Skis – more than just twin tipped snowpark experts
Especially teenagers seek alternatives to skiing groomed slopes all day, therefore Freestyle Skiing in fun parks has grown more and more popular with the young(er) generation lately. Kickers, pipes, obstacles and tricks in general demand a different ski which is called Freestyle Skis. While Freestyle Skis must be solid and robust, because they have to take a lot, they are also expected to turn easily and quickly from side to side and upside down. In addition, bindings are mounted farther forward than normal, and some skis are completely bi-directional. Freestyle skis are designed as twip tip skis and offer as much individualism as possible on the slopes and in the fun park. Most of the Freestyle skis make a good alternative to Allmountain skis, whereas others are solely built to venture parks and pipe.