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Ski Rating: Frontside Freeride

The ski category for skiing within the ski resort, but without freedom restrictions, by the borders of the prepared tracks. With such skiing, stability at speed and good grip of edges on a hard or even ice slope are valuable, good vibration damping when riding on broken, rolled or heterogeneous snow, versatility in the style of skiing allows you to carve on the track and slip in good light snow after good snowfall. Skis should be universal in skiing and as effective as possible on soft or fresh snow, and on a hard slope.

Honourable mentions:
Völkl M5 Mantra

For the highest confidence that they give on the track in a carved arc with the cross that they have off the track. First place for cross-country skiing in this class of skis.

Fischer Ranger 102 FR

For stability at speed and confidence in hard snow. Well, for a great model debut in an interesting and empty niche.

Top 3
3d place: Black Crows Atris

For stability at speed and confidence in hard snow. Well, for a great model debut in an interesting and empty niche.

2nd place: Head Kore 99

That’s exactly and exactly what most lovers who choose skis of this category need to be able to ride a bit off the track and not lose track skiing. No, this is not cross-country skiing for freeriding, but on them everywhere and in any conditions, it will be good within the resort.

1st place: K2 Mindbender 99 Ti

For universality with a capital U. That is the universality that is primarily needed in the front-side - in skiing within the resort for completely different snow conditions from velveteen to fresh virgin land between the tracks. Skis work everywhere: on the track and in freeride, and neither there, nor there is no need to adapt to them, get used to, and ride.

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