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Noridca HotRod Jet Fuel XBS

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Rocket through crud, float on powder and make tight turns on the hard-pack with the high-octane Nordica Hot Rod Jet Fuel skis. These skis are a great choice for advanced skiers looking to cover varied terrain on all aspects of the mountain. The 84mm waist provides ample surface area to stay afloat in untracked powder stashes; moderate side-cut lets you link turns on the groomers.

Volkl Tiger 10 Motion

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Carve a perfect S down the mountain with the tight-turning Völkl Tiger Ten skis. Generous side-cut makes this ski a carving machine for the confident intermediate to expert skier, while a narrow waist allows quick, tight turns with minimal effort. The Tiger’s dual wood core features a single layer of wood spanning the width of the ski and surrounded by polyurethane to damp vibrations and the Power Grip construction puts additional material over the ski's edges where it can support the edges for enhanced grip.

K2 Stryker X

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The K2 Apache Stryker balances ease, forgiveness and all-mountain performance, carving groomers as effortlessly as it rolls through powder and crud. With a 74 mm waist, healthy side-cut and forgiving flex, the Stryker offers the right amount of performance and versatility suitable for many skier types. The Torsion Box design provides ease, forgiveness, responsiveness and energy and the wood core produces a natural flex, allowing the ski to achieve full contact with the snow throughout the turn.

Salomon X-Wing Hurricane

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Fly down the mountain atop powder, crud or corduroy with the high-performance, all-terrain Salomon X-Wing Hurricane skis.  The ''X'' in X-Wing represents the ski's over-shaped side-cut, which provides maximum performance when you're laying it lively on the groomers.  Salomon’s XL chassis performs well in off-piste adventures where floatation and crud-busting power are essential and the Monocoque single-wall construction offers good edge grip and liveliness an

Atomic Twins

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With its improved technology and slanted sidewall construction the Atomic Twin can go anywhere from floating over pillows to spinning through the park. The wood core gives you stability and good pop when trying to huck the jumps but will still let you ski most places with ease.

Fischer Vision Exhale

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The Fischer Vision Exhales are versatile all-mountain skis for the intermediate to advanced skier. Easy-going and with 72 mm underfoot they are easy to remain balanced upon and you will breathe easily and take in the view while beneath you your skis just get on with the job of letting you cruise around. Very tolerant, gentle and easy intermediate all-around skis.

Nordica Hot Rod Overdrive XBS

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The Nordica Hot Rod Overdrive skis are built for intermediate skiers looking for a ski to help them progress on the hard pack with ease and feel good about occasionally venturing off-piste. An extremely versatile ski with a 74mm waist, the Nordica Overdrive is a ski that will allow you to become a more advanced skier with not a lot of effort.

Nordica Hot Rod Nitrous

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Crafted for advanced skiers who like to take on any run on the mountain in varied snow conditions, the Nordica Hot Rod Nitrous ski has a 78-mm. waist and aggressive side-cut for exceptional carving performance with plenty of crud-busting potential. A narrower waist gives the Hot Rod Nitrous a bit easier turn initiation and a tighter turn radius. It's an ideal combo for skiers who like to rip through the tree line long after the powder hounds have packed down the freshies.

Salomon X-Wing Tornado

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If you ski everywhere but prefer to ride one pair of skis, we have found a solution that works. The X-Wing Tornado is another ski that follows the “mid-fat” or “free-ride with more side-cut” doctrine. Groomers or glades, bulletproof steeps or bowls, the Tornado gives the skier a nice blend of carve or cruise, and does it with mild manners, allowing skiers to relax and enjoy the ride. Surprisingly light for this big a ski, the Tornado is very easy to control. Ski them hard and they answer every request.

Salomon X-Wing Fury

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Beefed up from last year, the new X-Wing Fury is still easy to ski, especially to initiate. The moderate side cut and stiffer shovel make the Fury very stable and secure feeling even at warp speed. Ski them hard and they come alive delivering plenty of beef for even the most talented skiers. BIG MOUNTAIN FUN & A BEST PICK.

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