October 31st, 2014

Best new twin tip ski recommendations and ski gear guide reviews for those looking to boost the tables, slide the rails, ride the pipe and hit natural features!  If your a newschooler who likes to land backwards and partake in generally gibberish behavior on the ski slopes then we’ve got your back.  Whether you are a beginner or seasoned skier these twin tips allow you to do things other models can’t but still provide high performance on the usual tracks.  Check out our reviews and leave a comment if you have any questions.  Keep your tips up.

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Salomon Rocker2 100

best park skis for men

One stop shopping for an energetic ski that does it all from park to pow.

The Salomon Rocker2 100 is recommended by SkiGenie for intermediate to advanced adult skiers as a freeride ski capable of stomping table tops in the park (50% frontside / 50% off-piste).  Building on a tradition of signature freeski’s, this twin tip ski version gives park focused riders from the East to West Coast’s the optionality to transition into the powder and crud.

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Video Review | Radius: 17.6m (129-100-122mm) | Sizes: 162, 170, 178, 186cm | Other Review

Nordica Soul Rider

park and pipe skis for expert skiers

Dance through the trees, float through the powder, and party through the park.

The Nordica Soul Rider is recommended by SkiGenie for intermediate to advanced skiers looking for a pair of jibbing twin tip ski (40% frontside/60% off-piste). With its huge tip the Soul begs to be bent and carved, but mount it a few clicks back for improved carving. Don’t count on it in powder – it’s too narrow.

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Video Review | Radius: 16.5m @ 177cm (134-97-124mm) | Sizes: 165, 177, 185cm | Other Review

Rossignol Slat

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Competition-level slopestyle ski with increased pop and shock absorption for park hits.

The Rossignol Slat is recommended by SkiGenie for advanced to expert level skier looking for a park and pipe ski that can progress from big air and natural features to carving on the frontside (50% frontside/50% park & pipe). A crossover twin tip ski that is wider than most park skis allowing the pros to quickly shift gears from stomping landings to carving turns.  The softer “buttery” flex is fun, but keep them off the icy steeps.

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Video Review | Sizes: 160, 167, 174, 181cm | Other Review

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Fischer Nightstick

top choice for park & pipe skiing professionals

New thoroughbred twin tip was designed with pro specifications in mind.

The Fischer Nightstick is recommended by SkiGenie for intermediate to expert level skiers looking for a park and pipe ski that can handle everything from the halfpipe to carving the frontside (30% frontside/70% park & pipe). This ski is designed with symmetrical sidecut for maneuverability forwards and backwards and a reduced swing weight thanks to the beech poplar wood core and carbon technology.  The Nightstick allows you to be quick on your feet and the extra sheet of metal under the binding aids in stability on the rails.  All is complete with matte black graphics for a hot look while doing your thing.

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| Video Review | Radius: 22.0m (114-84-114mm) | Sizes: 163, 172, 181cm |

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Best New Twin Tip Ski Reviews was last modified: November 18th, 2014 by Alex Felix



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