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    Ski Shop Owner & Equipment Specialist - Voted Best Boot fitter in Australia (SIA Australia Awards 2013) Paul Oberin's Avatar
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    Default Just some of the new 2019 skis

    Mens 90Eight skis
    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...now-skis-2019/

    Womans 90Eight W skis.
    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...now-skis-2019/

    Those Volkl 90Eight skis would have to be just about the best value for money all round performance skis on the market, I tried a set 3 years ago at the industry demo days at Copper mountain and after trying most of the other skis in that category, I came home and bought myself a set of 90Eight skis, 3 years later I still love them, and although I have bought other skis since, I keep going back to the 90Eights.
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    Default Re: Just some of the new 2019 Volkl skis

    For the 2019 season we will be getting some great new skis such as:

    The Volkl Deacon 84, a replacement for the RTM84, but a much better ski than the RTM84 with a faster base and the reintroduction if Titinal.
    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...i-and-binding/

    The Volkl Kendo 88 and the ladies version Kenja 88 are a huge improvement on the previous models, even though the Kenja was a popular ladies ski this new one is way better.

    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...kendo-88-skis/

    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...kenja-88-skis/

    The all new Black crows Orb skis, the Orb is probably the best selling ski for Black crows, the new model is now slightly narrower at 88mm under foot and is noticeably better, especially here in Australia.

    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...orb-snow-skis/

    K2 have dropped the Pinnacle series and replaced it with a new redesigned Mindbender series, I think they are a better ski after testing some at Copper mountain in February.

    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...er-99-ti-skis/


    Although not a new ski, it does have slightly newer graphics, it still needs a bright coloured binding to make it look good, in my opinion one of the best performing skis on the market, the Head Kore 93

    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...-kore-93-skis/

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    Default Re: Just some of the new 2019 Volkl skis

    Another ski that is unchanged except for graphics is the very popular Rossignol Soul 7.

    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...-hd-skis-2020/

    Also pretty well just a change of graphics is the best selling twin tip that wins all the awards and events like Extreme games, the Volkl Revolt 87

    https://www.paulski.com.au/shop/snow...evolt-87-skis/

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    Default Re: Just some of the new 2019 skis

    Paul, are you able to recommend a ski for Zane, possibly Rossignol or Salomon. He is now in between myself and Adele for height and skis faster than me. Also likes to hit the jumps and parks a little. Previously he has been skiing twin tips.
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    Default Re: Just some of the new 2019 skis

    The obvious one is a K2 poacher, a good twin tip that performs well in the park and also as an all round ski. Rossignol would have an equivalent in the Smash 7 or the Scratch.

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    Default Re: Just some of the new 2019 skis

    OK thanks.
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