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Skis for an intermediate

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Hi everyone,

I was just wondering if anyone has had experience with K2 Apache Ranger skis? I'm an intermediate skier looking to buy my first set of skis. Does anyone have any other recommendations? I'm looking for piste skis in the range £300 - £450. By intermediate I mean starting to carve on blues and reds in good conditions, but struggle when its ICY and LUMPY and always look clumsy on blacks.

I've used Rossignol Zeniths on my last two holidays and think they are good; however, they don't get particularly good reviews in the literature. The K2's are also slightly more appealing because they are only £290 including bindings.


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