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Skiing Magazine's Park-Specific Twin Tips Skis (Unisex)

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$650 (without binding)  Unmatched edge hold gave the Wall the nod over everything except the Nordica. This playful, snappy stick practically does…

$650 (without binding)
Unmatched edge hold gave the Wall the nod over everything except the Nordica. This playful, snappy stick practically does tricks for you, yet it’s comfortable at speed and pulls out even the sketchiest landings. Tester’s Take: “Soft and centered, like a Zen Buddhist.” —Jack Nelson

$650 (without binding)  A buttery stick with plenty of pop off kickers, the Suspect had testers praising its dampness and stability at speed. Others…

$650 (without binding)
A buttery stick with plenty of pop off kickers, the Suspect had testers praising its dampness and stability at speed. Others found it either too inconsistent or too soft or both. Tester’s Take: “A sweet pipe ski.” —Aaron Anderson

$850 (without binding)  A new binding system allows you to easily shift the mounting point between center and traditional, depending on terrain and…

$850 (without binding)
A new binding system allows you to easily shift the mounting point between center and traditional, depending on terrain and conditions. The ski itself was easy to spin and ride switch. Tester’s Take: “It just felt right.” —Alex Gretzky

$595 (without binding)  It won the category for the second consecutive year thanks to a consistent, medium-to-stiff flex and superior edge grip. It…

$595 (without binding)
It won the category for the second consecutive year thanks to a consistent, medium-to-stiff flex and superior edge grip. It favors larger skiers but handles most conditions and has forgiving tips and tails for takeoffs and landings. Tester’s Take: “East Coast, West Coast, and anywhere in between.” —Aaron Anderson

$500 (without binding)  The tried-and-true Anthem is back. Great flex and pop, a soft feel, and a wide profile had testers trying things they…

$500 (without binding)
The tried-and-true Anthem is back. Great flex and pop, a soft feel, and a wide profile had testers trying things they wouldn’t dare on other test skis. Tester’s Take: “Fatter and softer – just the way I like ’em.” —Jack Nelson

$580 (without binding)  Testers had no problems spinning switch on these thanks to a balanced center mount and a sidecut that turned backward as well…

$580 (without binding)
Testers had no problems spinning switch on these thanks to a balanced center mount and a sidecut that turned backward as well as it did forward. Tester’s Take: “A good ski for advanced park rats.” —Scott Hibbert

$625 (without binding)  Its bulky dimensions and heavier swing weight set it apart from other skis in the category. But the stiffness and huge shovel…

$625 (without binding)
Its bulky dimensions and heavier swing weight set it apart from other skis in the category. But the stiffness and huge shovel gave it the upper hand out of the park. Tester’s Take: “Strong overall skiing ability, but still shreds the park.” —Jack Nelson

$1,005 (with binding)  Head barely changed the Jon Olsson pro model - except the girl on the top sheet. It’s a light, fun, snappy ski that doesn’t…

$1,005 (with binding)
Head barely changed the Jon Olsson pro model – except the girl on the top sheet. It’s a light, fun, snappy ski that doesn’t need any coaxing to get airborne or spin. Tester’s Take: “A pure park ski that’s lightweight and a lot of fun.” —Scott Hibbert

$925 (with binding)  This aggressive ski takes some getting used to, but advanced skiers will get out of it what they put in. The torsional stiffness…

$925 (with binding)
This aggressive ski takes some getting used to, but advanced skiers will get out of it what they put in. The torsional stiffness meant good edge hold and stability at speed. Tester’s Take: “For aggressive skiers who push the speed limit.” —Aaron Anderson