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Ski recommendations?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Could anyone recommend any skis for me?

I'm female, 159cm, about 62kg, ski pretty aggressively. Have done about 15 weeks so certainly not expert but most of that has been with at least some guiding/tuition so I'll give most things a go (though when it gets very tricky it doesn't always look very pretty!) I also enjoy playing about in the park so was considering some twin tips. I'm planning on getting to Hemel in the next few weeks to hopefully try some out - so - what should I be asking for/thinking of?


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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
There are shitloads of skis you should consider (try searching on here), but for a good pair of all mountian twins, check the Scott Punishers.
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