Skis for sale for everyone


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Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, there is no suitable ski for you. The best way is to decide your needs and conditions of skiing based on your own ability and environment such as where you will use it.

If you are pressed for time, you may consider our following advice on what skis to buy.

  1. The short length makes it easy to move forward quickly and turn on the spot at will. It is suitable for beginners to intermediate players.
  2. Mid-length increases stability at faster speeds by its larger surface area. It is suitable for advanced players.
  3. The long length is suitable for junior girls. It increases the snow contact area with snow firmly, makes it easy to move the ski at high speed, and makes it viable in any snow condition.

Available skis for sale for beginners:

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  • 166cm to 174cm, the length of the skis makes it easy for beginners to move forward quickly, turn at will and control toughly in any condition. Its larger surface area provides stability at high speed. It is short enough to make turns easier with a simple technique, but long enough to be viable in powder snow.
  • 187cm to 191cm, mid-length makes it stable at higher speeds by its larger surface area. A major advantage of longer length is that the beginners can enjoy turning on flat courses but also be viable for slalom racing or any other type of ski racing.

Available skis for sale for intermediates:

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  • 170cm to 184cm, the length of skis is just right for intermediates to turn quickly with simple technique and enjoy carving. A larger surface area provides stability at higher speeds.
  • 196cm to 200cm, long enough to be viable in powder snow but also able to enjoy slalom racing or any other type of ski racing.

Available skis for sale for advanced players:

  • 178cm to 188cm, the length of the skis makes it easy to turn at will and provides stability at higher speeds. The larger surface area provides good snow contact and stability in any snow condition. A major advantage of longer length is that the advanced player can enjoy turning on flat courses but also be viable for slalom racing or any other type of ski racing.
  • 191cm to 196cm, long enough to be viable in deeper powder snow but also able to enjoy slalom racing or any other type of ski racing.

Available skis for sale for junior girls:

  • 168cm to 168cm, the length is suitable for junior girls to enjoy turning on flat courses.
  • 176cm to 180cm, with a larger surface area, gives good snow contact which makes the ski viable in any snow condition. Also, it enables fast gliding at higher speeds.

Conclusion:

When you buy skis for sale, make sure of your own needs and conditions such as where you will use them. Also, considering your experience level can help find the best-suited ski for you.

All length in cm is about 5% different from original products due to production batches. This information will be useful when checking the skis you’ve chosen with your feet size.

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