Twin Tip Skis

Twin Tip skis have upwardly rounded ends to make skiing backwards easy. The tails don't dig into the snow, so some skiers can go off jumps and land backwards with these skis. All park skis have twin tips, as well as some all mountain, freeride, and powder skis.

Twin tip skis almost always have the durable construction, wider waists, and softer tip/tails that terrain park riders demand.

"What does that have to do with me?" Joe six pack asks.

It just so happens that those features are perfect for intermediate and advanced skiers looking to become true all mountain skiers. The wider dimension, softer flex, and turned up tails are perfect for learning to ski powder and trees. We at Level Nine Sports are huge fans of getting skiers looking to develop their all mountain skills into twin tip skis.