The 2014-2015 season brings us another crop of technology-packed skis. We’ve rounded up all the latest and best skis to help satisfy your need for things vertical, from racers to cruisers and everyone in between, plus we have some great new women’s and junior skis, too.
With all these choices, finding the right ski can be difficult. Stop in and
let Snow Bird's expert staff help you find your perfect ski.
With the right fit, your ski boots are your best friend on the mountain. Properly fitted, with the right flex for your ability level, your ski boots can actually make you a better skier. Not only that, but a long day on the slopes is a lot more fun when you are perfectly snug in your boots, keeping you in control and your feet warm and comfortable.
There are many factors that go into determining which boot is right for you. Your height, weight and foot shape need to be considered. Your ability level will also help determine which model is best for suited you – more experienced skiers will want a stiffer boot that offers more control and better power transmission, while less experienced skiers might consider a more forgiving boot with a softer flex and more emphasis on comfort and convenience.
It’s been a long time coming, but this season women’s boots are really coming into their own. Manufacturer’s are offering more boots, many with top-of-the-line technology and performance characteristics, designed specifically for the anatomy of women’s calves and feet.
At Snow Bird, our expert bootfitters will take the time to determine the best type
of boots for you, and then make recommendations based on your needs. More than 40
years of experience have taught us the importance of properly-fitting equipment,
so you can be sure that you will get the best fit possible at Snow Bird.
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Most skis today come with integrated bindings, which makes getting a great ski-binding system incredibly easy. Since the two components are designed to work together, they make the most of their performance characteristics. These are great set-ups for most skiers.
In fact, today's interfaces generally have features designed with a particular
goal in mind. Some systems excel at filtering vibration and smoothing out your
ride, while others are focused more on boosting energy, enhancing edge-grip,
or creating rounder arcs in your turns.
But this year we are also seeing more skis, especially specialized models, that come flat so that skiers can choose a binding that works best for them. Bindings can have a dramatic effect on performance, and we carry a variety of specialized bindings to help aggressive skiers get the most of their gear.
All of these choices make the ski-to-boot connection more critical than ever. The
expert staff at Snow Bird knows skiing, and we can guide you through the process of
finding a binding that fits your style. Stop in today to experience the
products, brands, service, selection, and advice that our customers have come to
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