Single Skis & Ready 2 Ride Ski Packages


  • Sold individually.

    We understand mono skiers don't need a pair of skis so we sell singles to fit your need! Single skis are a great option for getting on the slopes and building a quiver for different conditions. 

    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 our Ready 2 Ride Ski Package may be for you! See the third tab to learn more. We know sit skis and understand not every ski shop will be as familiar.  Each ski is professionally mounted right here in our Denver shop with a binding package specifically setup and tailored for mono skis.

  • 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 83 156
    122-81-107, 13.9 Beginner, intermediate, advanced, groomers
    2019 Head Monster 88 163, 170 132-87-113, 16.1 Beginner, intermediate, advanced, groomers, all mountain
    2019 Head World Cup Rebel Giant Slalom 188
    101-65-82, 30 Expert, race
    2020 Liberty V92 172 133-92-120, 17.5 Advanced, groomers
    2022 Atomic Maverick 88 161, 169, 176 125-88-110, 18 Beginner, intermediate, advanced, groomers, all mountain
    2022 Volkl Kendo 88 163 129-88-111 Intermediate, advanced, groomers, all mountain


    Overwhelmed by choices? Here's some general rules 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.
    • 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 faster, 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. 
  • Our Ready 2 Ride Ski Packages are the easiest way to get out and enjoy your mono ski! 

    We know sit skis and understand not every ski shop will be as familiar.  Each ski is professionally mounted right here in our Denver shop with a binding package specifically setup and tailored for mono skis.

    • Every ski comes with a Tyrolia Freeflex Evo 20 DIN Race Binding.  This all metal binding is burly and designed for the rigors of the FIS World Cup Circuit. From our research, this the best binding available today for mono skiers. These bindings come stock with an 85mm brake, but we have done the leg work and sourced 95mm and 110mm brakes for your skis.
    • We only sell skis that have metal reinforced binding areas and every ski is professionally mounted using heli-coils and 1 ton epoxy. We take every measure possible to minimize the chance of binding tear outs.
    • To mitigate inadvertent release, every ski is mounted with a toe wing and comes with a removeable heel block.
    • If your mono ski is one we have access to, we will set and test forward pressure. If we don't have access to your mono ski, we'll provide simple instructions for how to do this yourself. 

     

    Note: Due to availability, your binding may look different than pictured and say Head or Fischer. While the graphic maybe different, it is the same great Tyrolia binding.



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