SOOOOooo i'm doing this speech on what type of skis to use in the park (frontside vs. twintip) I already know a lot on this topic but i was just wondering if you guys have any pros or cons for both sides that i might not already know.
Don't have to worry about catching an edge with the backside of your ski on twin tips.
When you first start skiing backwards, having twin tips helps a lot of people feel more confident in there ability. I've noticed a lot of kids I teach are scared to go backwards because they don't have twin tips.
Well skiing switch of course, and better balance on rails and when spinning. Also when trying new tricks it is common that you might land switch accidentaly and when you have twintips you are less likely to catch the tip of your ski in the snow. Hope this helps even a bit.
Instead of what skis (twin-tips vs traditional) you should compare different brands of twin-tips for park, and maybe divide them into which skis are best for jumps, rails, and all around park. It's kind of a given that twin-tips are for park since any decent park skier has them.. It just kinda seems like you're taking the easy way out on this one.
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