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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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Customer Reviews

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R.M.
Easy transition from Snowboarding

As a former snowboarder, I opted for the 65 cm Snowfeet Skiboards with snowboard bindings to help train my 3-year-old on skis. The transition was seamless, and I was pleasantly surprised by the performance. By the end of my first day, I could navigate the mountain, ski backwards, and maintain control while skiing with my daughter. A great success for both of us!

At 37 years old, 6'4", and 255 lbs, I've found the 65 cm Snowfeet ski boards with snowboard bindings to be a game-changer. Not only have they been a hit at Mt Hood in the PNW, but they've also given me the ability to assist my 3-year-old on skis with ease. Now, my wife can take a break from ski training, which has made our mountain adventures fun for everyone.

If you are primarily looking for a short ski to help train youngsters, I may recommend trying the 99 cm option. I believe that will give you a little better stability behind you to prevent falling backward. It took me one or two falls to figure out the body positioning while holding on to training ropes, but I still am very happy with the 65 cm option. I'm intrigued with the 99 cm powder ski option when they are available with snowboard bindings! Let's just say since I've purchased these skiboards, my snowboard hasn't left the truck!

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Evan Cook
Excellent short skis, highly recommend

Yesterday was my first full-day riding my 99 CM Snowblade Short Skis up in Big Bear, California. The experience was awesome and I highly recommend these skis! The build quality is top-notch and the 99 CM length is a perfect balance of responsive maneuverability that can also handle steeper runs and faster speeds. It was very easy to get started and I was comfortably riding the entire mountain top to bottom by the end of the day. Riding backwards was surprisingly easily which was very nice when looking back up hill to help friends/kids who are learning to ride. I'm confident that these skis will be also be great for riding with my kids while they learn and I'm looking forward to taking them on my next trip to Mammoth in a few weeks.

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Eric
It’s super fun with them!

Definitely a bit of learning curve coming from longer skis but it’s nice to see by the end of the ride I’m getting more used to it. I like the freedom and the mobility that you can have with them, changing directions really quickly. I highly recommend them.

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Stell
Skiboards are super cool!

It’s just so different from regular skiing. It makes skiing so much exciting. They are very light. Skiing with them feels almost like you’re skiing down in boots.

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Rial
First rides were a lot easier than I expected.

It’s really nice skiing with them. It’s a lot easier than my long skis. Getting in the crevises of random moguls was a lot easier.

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Sam
It’s a ton of fun!

They are a lot more lighter, more agile than a regular pair of skis. I like doing a lot of jumps and stuff like that and they are perfect for it. Very different feel from regular skis. It was fun to see how quick I can turn around. If you get the chance, definitely give them a go. You will have a lot of fun for sure.

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Mason
Definitely try them out!

They are a lot easier than I expected because I skied long skis and then switching up to these 99 cm I had no problem picking it up. It’s lot different than skiing but it’s got a lot of similarities, especially if you ski shorter skis, the balance is not something to worry about. I had no problem skiing through moguls, it’s a lot more fun than long skis.