A great carve is the Holy Grail of the sport. Here's how to nail it.
Three European racing legends take to the slopes of Val d'Isère, France to carve perfect arcs in HD.
"If you can't arc a turn, you're not going to impress me."
A quiver ski for slaying the groomed and hardpack or a reality check on the firm conditions that many skiers face most days on the slopes, these narrow-waisted beauties will let you get a grip, tip and rip.
No powder? No problem. The right ski—narrow and knifey—makes the most of fresh corduroy. No friends on a groomer day.
Ready to get your carve on? These narrow-waisted ripsticks are the tools for the job.
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