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Twin Tip All-mountain skis?

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I am a young skier looking for a pair of skis that hopefully can take me anywhere. I normally ski all terrain including moguls, cliffs, powder and the occasional groomer. I was hoping for an all mountain ski that was also twin tipped, because I like that feature. I was wondering which skis would fit into this category, and wanted a cheaper ski (hopefully not more than $400, I can shop for deals...) that would have this versatility. I only ski a handful of days every season...

Thanks in advance.

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If you can find a deal and I think you probably can, Nordica Soul Rider with the bindings mounted for all mountain skiing. 97mm, has some camber, twin tip, very fun to ski. This is my everyday ski when there's good snow.
Edited by mtcyclist - 3/16/16 at 9:24pm
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The Atomic Automatic is twin-tipped, although it has a directional sidecut (centre of the ski is not centre of the sidecut). They come in 102, 109 or 117 mm waist width. You can also have a look at the 'old' Advantage series bij Amtomic: The Ritual, Theory and Alibi. You should be able to buy one of these models for a good price right now.

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I demoed the Rossignol slat on Saturday and was very impressed by it. 97 underfoot, good swing weight, camber underfoot with rocker in the tip and tail. I found it to be very stable on jumps as well.

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Does anyone know how the Atomic Panics are from 2015? I believe they are also a part of the vantage line up. 

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Does anyone know how the Atomic Panics are from 2015? I believe they are also a part of the vantage line up. 


Google the ski and read the reviews.

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The older black/red/blue top-sheet Kastle XX110 are a true twin /symmetric ski and discounted heavily.

Pretty good reviews on it over at Blister Gear.

No change from the current XX110 other than the top-sheet.

 

~ Andy

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The older black/red/blue top-sheet Kastle XX110 are a true twin /symmetric ski and discounted heavily.
Pretty good reviews on it over at Blister Gear.
No change from the current XX110 other than the top-sheet.

~ Andy

Worst part is they are symmetric. Symmetric skis are great in the park but lack in the powder.
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