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BEST ALPINE SKIS

Alpine skis are designed for downhill skiing on groomed slopes. They're shorter and stiffer than other types, providing stability and control at high speeds. Perfect for beginners to experts, alpine skis make skiing easy and fun!

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Why shorter skis?

Short skis are great for all skill levels of skiers. They make skiing easier and more fun.

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Fun + Freedom

Super fun for riding backwards, spinning, jumping and all kinds of tricks you can do on the slopes and in snow parks.

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Easy to learn

Fast learning curve. Shorter skis are great for beginners, intermediates and pros who want to enjoy their ski trip to the fullest.

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Simple to control

Shorter skis are easy to turn and move around because they are smaller and lighter, making it simpler to control movements on the snow.

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How do I choose the right ski lenght?

Choose a ski length based on your skill level, height, and skiing style. Generally, beginners should shoose shorter skis, while advanced skiers may prefer longer ones.

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Are short skis better?

Yes, with short skis you can turn quickly and handle bumps easily, which is great for beginners and people who like doing tricks. They're also lighter, so you won't get tired as quickly when skiing for a long time. Overall, shorter skis make it easier and more fun to ski!

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What are the best skis for beginners?

For beginners, the best skis are typically ones that are shorter, softer, and have a wider waist. These features make the skis easier to control, turn and more fun for people who are just starting out.

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How do I choose the right ski lenght?

Choose a ski length based on your skill level, height, and skiing style. Generally, beginners should shoose shorter skis, while advanced skiers may prefer longer ones.

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Are short skis better?

Yes, with short skis you can turn quickly and handle bumps easily, which is great for beginners and people who like doing tricks. They're also lighter, so you won't get tired as quickly when skiing for a long time. Overall, shorter skis make it easier and more fun to ski!

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What are the best skis for beginners?

For beginners, the best skis are typically ones that are shorter, softer, and have a wider waist. These features make the skis easier to control, turn and more fun for people who are just starting out.

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Michael Hirsch
In the south of the world with Snowfeet*!

I had a very pleasant experience with my new Snowfeet* Skiblades 65cm. First time using them, but I've been wanting to buy them for a long time. It all started with their arrival, with a kind gesture on the card, as well as a gift. I went with my family to the "Las Araucarias" Ski center near where we live (Temuco, Chile). In a couple of descents I had them mastered and their short length helped me better control my daughters who were learning to ski. It was an excellent experience, I recommend it!

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Sarah Finch
I found my unicorn!

As a lifetime skier I have always loved the sport but STRUGGLED with the boots! I have giant calves and despite ordering custom boots I still struggled to be comfortable enough to want to continue the sport. I always joked that if I could just do snowboard boots with skis I’d be set. Then I found SnowFeet!!! I have done more skiing this year than any other year in my adult life! Including some time in Utah. What a life changer for me.

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Rene Paolo Cabral
I love my snowfeet skiboards!

Got ACL injury two yeas ago using skis and i thought that’s it for me. Took my chances buying the snowfeet skiboards and i love it! I love rollerblading when i was younger and it felt like the same thing in snow when i got to try these! Now i am excited to visit snow resorts again here in california!