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Nordica Soul Rider 87

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The Soul Rider 87 from Nordica is an excellent freestyle ski that easily holds its own anywhere on the mountain. An 87mm waist stomps big landings, feels nimble when you are greasing a double kink and gives you plenty of support when you are charging around. The All-Mountain Twin camRock Rocker Profile has a rockered tip and tail to add a very playful feeling, with enough grip and rebound to tackle any condition.

Fischer XTR Sceneo

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The Sceneo XTR is a special ski in the Fischer line that combines the construction of the SC200 (wood core, PTC dampening system) with a non-fiber top-sheet.  This is an excellent beginner to intermediate ski. It combines a parabolic side-cut with a 70mm waist for added stability and a wide tip and tail for easy turn initiation and added floatation in powder. This is a great ski that is perfect for new or returning skiers.

Rossignol Freeride X

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A softer, more forgiving ski, the Rossignol Freeride X is just the right amount of ski for beginner skiers.  The soft tip absorbs much of the energy that comes from skiing across varied terrain, which transfers that energy away from the skier, thereby reducing the forces that can throw you off-balance and ultimately reduces fatigue, allowing you to spend more time on the hill.

Salomon X-Wing 400

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The Salomon X-Wing 400 Ski is the next generation of the Salomon Scrambler. Designed for skiing the whole mountain the X-Wing uses new shapes and constructions to maximize performance in the WIDEST variety of conditions. X represents overshaped sidecut, which allows maximum performance on piste. W is for Wide. Wide Body Chassis for floatation in all snow conditions. The Salomon X-Wing 400 Skis will help you take your skiing to the next level.

Salomon Scrambler 700

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Anywhere, anytime, all conditions. The Salomon Scrambler 700 Ski will take you anywhere. Need to pick one ski for all terrain and conditions?

Fischer XTR Fire

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There is no limit to the skiing fun on the slopes. With a ski that transports the radical side of its master to the outside world. The smoothest ride possible and low on weight. Point-by-point compensation of natural vibrations. Top stability and ideal power transfer. Only some of many technological details that make this ski an extremely responsive fun machine and enable the skier to zip down the piste with the tightest of turns.

Salomon X-Wing Fury Jr

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For the little ripper in the family, these skis are wide under foot and have a nice deep side-cut to handle all conditions on any mountain.  The X-Wing will give your child wings.

K2 Omni Jr

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A well-rounded ski that will allow your child to ski everywhere on the mountain.  Powder?  No problem?  Hard-pack?  Piece of cake.  No more worries about the young ones keeping up wiht Mom and Dad.

Fischer RC4 Race

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Let your child run loose on these junior skis.  With a hearty side-cut to allow for easy turns and solid construction, the Fischer RC4 will take all that your Groms can dish out and more.

Volkl Attiva AC2 Motion

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For intermediate to advanced skiers, the all-new Attiva AC2 turns well on firm, groomed runs and instills confidence when conditions turn soft. The AC2 features Double Grip LT construction, plentiful side-cut and forgiving flex for skis that let you begin and end turns easily. It's a one-ski quiver for different days in different conditions!

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