Ski tip

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(New page: '''Ski tip''' refers to the front end of the '''Ski'''. The Tip is always pointed upwards to make sure that the front of your Skis does not grip the Snow and dig itself in. ----...)
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'''[[Ski tip]]''' refers to the front end of the '''[[Ski]]'''. The Tip is always pointed upwards to make sure that the front of your Skis does not grip the Snow and dig itself in. '''[[Ski tip]]''' refers to the front end of the '''[[Ski]]'''. The Tip is always pointed upwards to make sure that the front of your Skis does not grip the Snow and dig itself in.
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 +== '''Also see'''; ==
 +*'''[[Freestyle Equipment Rules]]'''
 +*'''[[Freestyle Skis]]'''
 +*'''[[Ski Boots]]'''
 +*'''[[Camber]]'''
 +*'''[[Chord length]]'''
 +*'''[[Shovel]]'''
 +*'''[[Side-cut]]'''
 +*'''[[Tail]]'''
 +*'''[[Torque]]'''
 +*'''[[Apex]]'''
 +*'''[[Thickness of ski boot soles]]'''
 +*'''[[Anti-vibration plates]]'''

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Ski tip refers to the front end of the Ski.
Ski tip refers to the front end of the Ski.

Ski tip refers to the front end of the Ski. The Tip is always pointed upwards to make sure that the front of your Skis does not grip the Snow and dig itself in.


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