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Twin tip skis

post #1 of 7
Thread Starter 
Hey everyone,
I was wondering if anyone could help me find which brands make twin tips for women. I know K2 do, but I'm having a bit of trouble finding others. I've been google searching but there are a few brands I'm not really familiar with, and don't quite know what to search for.

Thanks in advance for any responses!
post #2 of 7

Here are a few for starters....

Armada had a pretty strong presence in the SlopeStyle for women in Sochi. 

 

Armada ARW

Line Tease 

Volkl Pyra

post #3 of 7

just to say it you do not need a women's ski, in fact the majority of twin tips are usually just top sheet changes....

post #4 of 7
Thread Starter 
I know, I'm just researching for a new pair of skis and needed a starting point. Looking all the twin tips gets very overwhelming! Thought I'd start with the women's. I'm trying to find a pair suitable for the crappy conditions in Australia.

Thanks Trekchick, I'll have a look at those.
post #5 of 7

The term "twin Tip" can be overwhelming. That is a huge market. What exactly are you looking for? A park ski, All mountain and for what conditions. Help narrow it down for us and your self. 

post #6 of 7

Line Celebrity, my daughter just got a pair and loves them.

post #7 of 7
Thread Starter 
SVmike, I'm looking to start having a go in the park for a bit of fun, but I'm trying to find something I can enjoy the rest of the time. I ski fairly fast, and would probably be a solid intermediate to advanced skier (been skiing for about 20 years, but only a week or 2 each season) mostly ski in Australia, so the conditions are not the best: icy, chopped up, slush, etc. I'm told there is powder occasionally, but I'll believe it when i see it! I'm moving to the Snowy Mountains this year, so I'll be spending a fair bit of time skiing.
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