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Fischer Watea 78

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With the Watea 78’s you will be leaving your own tracks on virgin slopes with masterly powder turns and sprays. Making full use of a construction that stands up to the toughest of rides. A technology that, thanks to its wide body structure and the integration of analogies from other sports, creates the ideal setting for individual performance. For people who want to go all out and their own way, both on and off-piste. The universal ski for piste and powder that can tackle any situation.

K2 True Luv

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With 72 mm underfoot the recreational blue to black run skier will feel somewhat more comfortable in deeper snow with the True Luv's. They are an easy to use ski with lots of tolerance built-in. Built for aggressive skiers or just regular skiers who love the mountains and wish to explore a little further out of bounds without heading onto any terrain that’s too steep. A nice pair of skis for the majority of female or holiday/recreational skiers.

K2 One Luv

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The One Luv is a stellar Ladies ski that excels on piste, but still has the ability to venture off-piste. With a women’‘s specific Bioflex core, and MOD Monic, the One Luv is high performing, yet forgiving. Combining the Bioflex core and the MOD Monic Technology enables effortless turn initiation and vibration reduction, essential for any advanced skier. Regardless of whether you ski powder, crud, on-piste or off, the One Luv will handle your every skiing need.

Atomic Nomad Blackeye

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Make a mark in the unending white snow with the Atomic Nomad Blackeye, the superior futuristic Nomad model for athletic, demanding ski design purists.  This is an energetic ski, a touch more aggressive and better suited to intermediate and advanced skiers than some other skis in the Nomad series. With adequate dampening and grip for quick blue, black and double black run skiing, the Blackeyes look sleeker and feel more solid than many skis in its class.

K2 Omni

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For the beginning to low-level intermediate skiers, the K2 Omni offers a wide tip and tail with a narrower waist to allow for easier carving, which allow you to get out of the wedge and work your way up the mountain.  Recommended for first-time skiers up to skiing easy blue runs.

Dynastar Mythic Legend Rider

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The little brother of the Pro Rider, the Legend Mythic Rider is a ski with character designed for excellent skiers looking for a versatile, high performance ski. It is happy on all types of terrain and will deliver great performance whatever the snow conditions. This ski is for skiers who love powder, steeps, trees and a challenge. Happiest off-piste, these skis will still tear it up on the groomers.

Rosignol B83

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Subtle but purposeful this is really the essential Rossignol Bandit for the majority of skiers. They are the most multi-purpose ski in the Rossignol box and they perform well in virtually all conditions.  They are stable, fluid, float on powder, carve through crud or on the groomers. For all around all-terrain they are really one of the best and highly recommended skis of the season.

Atomic Nomad Crimsons

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Nomad Crimson Ski Package is an absolute all mountain ripper. This ski features Atomics Torsion and Flex Control (TFC). The innovation of TFC shaves excess weight in the tip and tail, and creates forgiving flex zones. Yet the Nomad’s nano-reinforced backbone puts a stranglehold on twisting so Nomads go where you point them, and deliver the unique edge control that is Atomics’ hallmark. The average Nomad is 1.5 pounds lighter (20%) than yesterday’s shapes.

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