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Men’s skis are sometimes sold as unisex skis, but there really is a difference when it comes to gendered skis. That certainly doesn’t mean all men’s snow skis are the same—any ski shop in Australia should carry a variety of skis based on ability, height and weight, and terrain type. That’s right, the skis you’ll buy if you’re interested in freestyling in the park will be quite different from the men’s powder skis you’ll want for steep mountains with rough terrain and loose powder. A good boot fitter will also help you discern between twin tip skis that are designed for different styles.
When you’re shopping for men’s skis with bindings, the fit really makes the difference. Bindings are what links your boots and skis, and are one of the critical factors your performance hinges on. You might prefer skis that have the bindings built in, which makes shopping somewhat simpler. Others prefer skis with bindings sold separately. Unlike the specificity that you need for other ski accessories, this is a matter of preference more than anything else. Whatever your performance level or terrain preferences, be sure to buy men’s skis and boots that are fitted for your height, weight, and style.