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Park and Pipe Skis

2013 Atomic Trooper Ski
Outstanding set of skis
Outstanding set of skis
All-Mountain Ripper Freestyle Skis
All-Mountain Ripper Freestyle Skis

2015 Blizzard Regulator Skis

Pros: Blizzard DNA construction; Stiffer flex compared to other park skis; Moderate tip rockers; full side wall; no metal

Cons: Stiffer flex compared to other park skis; no metal; No base graphics other than a simple Blizzard/Tecnica logo

2013 Kastle XX90 James Ski surprisingly versatile and a well rounded all mountain performer.
2013 Kastle XX90 James Ski surprisingly versatile and a well rounded all mountain...

2014 Kastle XX 90 James Ski

Pros: Snappy all over the mountain,bumps and trees with ease!

Cons: Fugly topsheet reminiscent of a certain coffee shop logo

198 Results
2005 Atomic Tweak

2005 Atomic Tweak

“The Tweak is an all-mountain twin that's a lot of fun both in and out of the park.  It's an extremely light ski, so it's very maneuverable and great in bumps as well.  Yet the carbon rods keep it stiff enough to stay very stable at speed, and it's a very capable carver.  The mountain point is also back from center, so it has a slightly more all-mountain focus than some pure park skis, but it's...” --mordy07

100% Positive Reviews
2006 Dynastar Trouble Maker Ski

2006 Dynastar Trouble Maker Ski

“Great bump ski. Locks in on the short snap of a turn. Fun and quick. Good edge hold.” --

100% Positive Reviews
2007 Dynastar Trouble Ski

2007 Dynastar Trouble Ski

Whether you're an entry-level park and pipe skier or just can't afford to dish out a rent payment for skis, opt for the affordable, but completely bombproof twintip Dynastar Nothing But Trouble Alpine Ski for all your slopestyle shenanigans. The Nothing But Trouble Ski sails over the tables and spins like atop thanks to Dynastar's innovative graduated layering mechanism. This...

2007 Head Jon Olsson Pro Ski

2007 Head Jon Olsson Pro Ski

“this was my first freestyle ski purchased from my workplace. i was astounded by how light it was and how responsive it was. the edges are nice and hold well (being from chicago, ALL runs are ice). it handles jumps very well but i find it too narrow underfoot to use on rails. though i have used it in skiercross as well with very good results, at high speeds it chattered. if you are into jumps,...” --Xfreeski29

100% Positive Reviews
2007 K2 Public Enemy

2007 K2 Public Enemy

“Great ski's good for all mountain, ok on the park, pretty good in powder” --theovr6

100% Positive Reviews
2008 4FRNT Skis TNK

2008 4FRNT Skis TNK

The 4FRNT TNK Ski is all about the park and pipe. If you've got the skills, this ski will take you to the podium. Where other skis dampen the hard conditions and g-forces found in the park, the TNK turns them all the way up, for a ride 4FRNT says produces more power with less effort. Stiff and snappy like a carving ski, but with a near-center sidecut and stance for switch riding, this...

2008 Armada AR6

2008 Armada AR6

The Armada AR6 Alpine Ski returns to slay the park with a new (for 09) sustainable wood core and re-configured laminate layers that deliver a solid, stable ride so you can slice through the air and stomp landings. Once you've pillaged the park, float the back bowls and session the cords because this extremely versatile ski does it all. The AR6 packs plenty of pop for launching out of the...

2008 Armada T-Hall

2008 Armada T-Hall

Tanner Hall s pro model, the Armada T-Hall Alpine Ski mixes a jib-specific flex pattern with added rigidity for boards that you can ride all over the mountain. The T-Hall s unique core profile produces flex points in front of and behind the foot to make butters, presses, and ollies easier. While not an especially stiff ski, this year s T-Hall has enough beef to charge groomers, launch cat...

2008 Blizzard FS CSTM Alpine Ski w/ IQ 5.14 Bindings

2008 Blizzard FS CSTM Alpine Ski w/ IQ 5.14 Bindings

The FS stands for Freestyle, the CSTM is short for Custom, and that's the best way to describe the expertly tailored Blizzard FS CSTM Alpine Ski. Maching through the park towards a 60-foot tabletop or blitzing trees to a hidden kicker, the FS CSTM feels smooth and stable underfoot due to its 85mm waist and full-length wood core, while the integrated IQ 5.14 binding system lets the ski flex...

2008 Fischer Addict Ski

2008 Fischer Addict Ski

The Fischer Addict Alpine Ski is a returning park-and-pipe favorite, but it secretly rocks all over the mountain. A true twintip (it's totally symmetrical for easy switch riding), the Addict has reinforced edges and durable 25-degree angled sidewalls that come in handy when you stick rails and press boxes all day long. Outside of the park, the dual-titanal structure and Fischer's...

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