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New carving ski

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
There are decently priced last season's skis out there and I'm thinking of getting a new piste performance ski to my quiver and currently divided between the Head Supershape Titan/Magnum or a Volkl Racetiger SC/SL. Happy to consider others too. Skiing level wise I love to attack the groomers and I have just qualified as L1 and looking for a ski to help with the following level.

recommendations or thoughts?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Depends how good you are and what your weaknesses are. Borderline level 2 standard - get one of the Heads, I would go for the magnum and prioritise improving piste performance. Although, if your weakest area is variables the titan may be better. Both easily good enough for passing level 2. Not too familiar with the Volkl but I would say it is likely to be higher performing and less versatile ie maybe better if you were heading towards level 3 standard?

Not sure if you have seen this BASI video?

https://www.basi.org.uk/BASI/Home_Page_News/The_best_skis_for_Level_1_and_2_courses.aspx
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