twin-tip skis


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twin-tip skis

(twĭn′tĭp′)
pl.n.
Snow skis with front and back tips that are rounded and curve slightly upward to facilitate doing maneuvers backwards as well as forwards. Also called twin tips.
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What was left was a rock-hard track of corrugated ice - perfect for riders and skiers with race equipment and well-honed steel edges, but not so good for more free-spirited freestylers with softer boards and twin-tip skis.
And just as the industry has evolved over the years, so has the swap - with ever growing selections of snowboards, twin-tip skis and the newer, wider downhill skis.
Big mountain heli-skiing, moguls, terrain parks, big air, kickers, rails, twin-tip skis, skier-cross, and the freestyle movement will have their first opportunity to be included in the next generation of video games.