Single Skis


  • Sold individually.

    Single skis are a budget conscious option for getting on the slopes. We understand mono skiers don't need a pair of skis so we sell singles to fit your need!

    On the next tab is a list of the skis we currently have in stock.  The ski industry is facing unprecedented supply shortages so we have explored a handful of brands to provide the best options for you. If you're having trouble deciding which ski is right for you, feel free to contact us!

    If you are looking for skis and bindings or Ready 2 Ride Ski Packages may be for you!

  • Here you'll find the skis we currently have in stock and a little about each model. The ski industry is facing unprecedented supply shortages so we have explored a handful of brands to provide the best options for you.  If you're having trouble deciding which ski is right for you, feel free to contact us!

    Year Brand
    Model Length [cm] Specs [mm] x [m] Notes
    2019 Head Monster 83 170 124-82-109, 15.4 Beginner, intermediate, advanced, groomers
    2019 Head Monster 88 170 132-87-113, 16.1 Beginner, intermediate, advanced, groomers, all mountain
    2019 Head World Cup Rebel Slalom 158 118-65-102, 11 Expert, race
    2019 Head World Cup Rebel Giant Slalom 193 103-65-83, >30 Expert, Race
    2020 Liberty V92 172 133-92-120, 17.5 Advanced, groomers
    2020 Liberty Evolv 84 172 124-84-110, 16 Advanced, groomers
    2020 Liberty Evolv 90 172 132-90-114, 18.5 Advanced, groomers, all mountain


    Overwhelmed? As a rule of thumb, shorter skis turn tighter and are easier to control, but will not float or be as stable at high speeds as a longer ski. Longer skis will allow you to go faster, but some quick turning ability is sacrificed. Similarly, skis with shorter turning radii will turn tighter, while skis with longer turning radii will offer more stability at higher speeds. Narrow skis will initiate turns easier, provide a quicker edge to edge, and shine on groomers. Wider skis offer more stability, increased floatation, and will charge through crud. Beginner skis tend to be softer and forgiving to various turn shapes. Advanced skis are stiffer, less forgiving, and reward the skier who can push them. 

     



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