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Twin-tip skis are the tech stocks of the ski industry In just two years they have matured from a series of prototypes into one of the industrys hottest-selling ski categories Considering this phenomenal growth it should come as no surprise that the characteristics of a true twin tip are still somewhat up for debate Salomons best-selling Teneighty defines the classic twin-tip design lightweight forgiving soft-flexing and easy to ski all over the mountain Most skis in this category still emulate that model but there are other concepts Take for instance K2s Enemy a ski thats plenty of stick to handle anything but deep pow Or consider Kneissls Supafly which erases the lines between mid fat and twin tip entirely In 192 cm the Supafly is categorized as an all-mountain twin in 167 or 177 cm its a pure jib all around ski Measuring 11075100 mm youre talking about a park ski thats wider than a Bandit XXvery wide Twin tips are the most diverse category of skis but the new all around twins will open your eyes to a whole new view of the mountain Taking after Kneissls Supafly many companies have invested in the development of an all mountain twin tip The perfect all mountain twin tip is a ski that can ski anything on the mountain with ease while still being able to hold its own in the half pipe and the park The ski needs to be wide but not too wide and have enough flex to be forgiving on hard landings A main feature that is necessary for a ski to even be considered a twin tip is the tips that turn upward on the nose and tail of the ski This allows the rider to throw tricks that either land or take off fakie backwards With the revolution of free skiing twin tips specifically all mountain twin tips will become the skis of choice for new schoolers everywhere
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