Freestyle Skis

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Skis employed in Freestyle competition events where the principal source of motive power is gravity. To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski.
Skis employed in Freestyle competition events where the principal source of motive power is gravity. To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski.

Skis employed in Freestyle competition events where the principal source of motive power is gravity.

To assist with directional and speed control, the edges of the running surface are constructed from hard materials and sealed into the ski.


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Reference

  1. Wikipedia Skis [1]

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