Twin tip skis.

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  1. Mitch

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    School me. I'm going shopping for a pair this week.

    what should i know? What kind of bindings fo they run, boots?

    any and all info right here.
     
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    pick up a snowboarding instead
     
  3. Mitch

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    get off my back woman, i slept with you wasnt that enough
     
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    Why twin tips? Check out everything they have unless you're looking for freestyle specific skis. Where are you buying them? I would recommend Cleve's over Sport Chek. They know much more about ski gear.
     
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    mitch talk to someone who rocks them, layman skies I think, go through the old year book and facebook someone on the ski team
     
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    yeah layman skies, pretty sure he'd know
     
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    I think Getson has twin tipped skis - I almost bought some but decided to get something more traditional.
     
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    yeah unless you are going ino the terrain park theres not much need of them. go to cleves, or sport check they have good deals and are knowledgeable. most ski's will come with a pair of bindings in a package deal. as for boots, you will have to go and try a few different brands to feel what fits comfortably
     

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