Slalom ski

Skis designed for short radius and sudden turns at lower speeds on well prepared and hard surface. Short radius of turns (between 9-15m) is achieved thanks to deep side-cut. Aggressive attacking slalom poles is possible due to hard ski structure combined with high resilience which allows racer to use an energy built up in the ski to switch the ski edge when taking the next turn. Ski energy comprises a significant factor having an influence on the time of competitor reaction and the choice of the best trajectory.

- Head Rebel ISL RD (woman and man - advanced)

Head Rebel ISL RD
Head Rebel ISL RD

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Parallel long turns

At the end of a turn use the centrifugal force to raise the posture slightly and lean inside the opposite arc shape your skis are starting to make and switch edges at the same time. Starting the turn lower your posture...

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Short turns

When applying this technique, you perform rapid rhythmic turns close to the fall line. Your skis should be hip width apart. At the end of a turn plant a pole, raise the posture and rotate skis around tips to start the opposite turn....

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Freestyle

It’s all about killing kickers, half pipes and other stuff located within snow parks. Before you manage advanced tricks it’s nice to start with 20m long flights, when you have an opportunity to learn how to maintain stable posture...

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