Hey ladies, so I'm a newbie when it comes to all the talk on what makes a great ski for each type of skier. I just got into park end of last year. I am looking to get a set of very used twin tips. I want a ski that's flexible for riding the rails and boxes, light enough to get some tricks in the air when I jump and also still sturdy enough for when I just want to enjoy the slopes. I found a few articles on reviews for given years and specific skis that were made for that year. Example: an article lists the top 10 woman's freestyle ski for 2016. But they were so specific to the make and the year. Also the numbers are confusing me what tip side and length size do I really want? Is there a group of brands I should be looking at that focus on freestyle skis only? Any help is appreciated! Thanks ladies! I'm 5'4 and weigh about 120-125lbs. Also what kind of bindings do I want? I have rental skis that are not twin tips they are fisher and the bindings are xtr can I just put those on the set of twin tips I get it or do I need a better brand of bindings?
**This thread was edited on Nov 21st 2017 at 6:53:36am