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The best freestyle skis of the season

To send your most stylish tricks this winter, you need a ski that is both responsive and very stable when landing jumps. With their twin-tip shape, freestyle skis guarantee to handle switch as well as regular. Beyond undeniable qualities in the terrain park, you’ll find a selection of versatile skis to enjoy riding groomers and powder while shredding hard on the park’s obstacles. Genuine 3-in-1 skis to enjoy every terrain. Here are our top picks for this season!
best freestyle ski brand

Atomic Bent 90


From Atomic, the Bent 90 freestyle ski has caught our attention this year. For a model aimed at intermediate to advanced riders, it’s rather friendly and provides lots of room to progress. Pretty punchy, very versatile, its relative accessibility doesn’t rhyme with boredom, far from it! As comfortable on groomers as in powder, thanks to its 90 mm wide waist and double rocker, this dynamic twin-tip model has a progressive flex. This serious trick machine requires some work from intermediate level skiers. More experienced riders will make it a do-it-all ski, to have a blast in the park and backcountry, sending tricks on every spot without any limitation.

Strengths:


  • Playfulness

  • Versatility

  • Pop


Atomic Bent 90 freestyle ski

Armada BDOG


The Armada BDOG is the pro-model of Phil Casabon, great jibbing master and winter of the 2018 and 2019 X-Games Real Ski. A little less forgiving than the Atomic Bent 90, it’s cut for freestyle skiing in the terrain park and on groomers. It has enough flex to bend at your will and unleash your creativity. Naturally less comfortable in pow, it can still handle fresh snow honourably but reveals its full potential in the park and on groomed runs. This twin-tip and double rocker model enables to do presses with ease for extra style points, before sending a big rotation with a grab, to finish with a slide on the next rail.

Strengths:


  • Versatility

  • Performance/accessibility ratio

  • Manoeuvrability


Armada BDOG freestyle ski

K2 Reckoner 92


The K2 Reckoner is a friendly, manoeuvrable, and insanely effective freestyle ski, ideal to expand your bag of tricks. It’s a twin-tip model with double rocker and a 92 mm wide waist for great versatility in terms of conditions. Comfortable on groomers, it enables you to explore beyond with its ability to lift and decent float to enjoy virgin snow in more remote areas. It features Hybritech technology to optimise grip and precision on hardpack and benefits from an aspen wood core with triaxial fiberglass to offer more punch while keeping the weight down.

Strengths:


  • Manoeuvrable

  • Responsive

  • Versatile


K2 Reckoner 92 freestyle ski

Head Oblivion 94


You can’t make a list of the best 2024 freestyle ski without mentioning the Head Oblivion 94. This reinforced ski can withstand anything, ride everything, no questions asked. In addition, this twin-tip with traditional camber + double rocker profile has impact resistant ABS sidewalls, designed to handle shocks without losing on performance. The base is also very strong and provides excellent abilities and durability for jib tricks on the park’s obstacles. The 94 mm wide waist offers good handling in powder and is ideal for your first backcountry sessions. On groomers, the ski grips but is more on the playful side rather than precise, making it a great freestyle model for intermediate to advanced level skiers.


Strengths:


  • Versatility

  • Manoeuvrability

  • Playfulness


Head Oblivion 94 freestyle ski

Movement Fly 90


The Movement Fly 90 is the only directional ski in this list, but it’s here for a reason. It’s true that switch skiing offers more options, but you’ll always be more comfortable going forward. This freestyle model provides the right amount of versatility, with a good balance between playfulness and agility to send airs. Relatively accessible, its core blends two wood type and is reinforced by fiberglass for pop, without making it heavier. Designed in collaboration with Thibault Magnin, this is a ski capable of withstanding the most challenging conditions, while offering optimal performance.


Strengths:


  • Versatile

  • Manoeuvrable

  • Remains easy to ski


Movement Fly 90 freestyle ski

Majesty Vandal 95


From Majesty, we’ve picked the Vandal 95 for this top list as it’s worth considering. As often with freestyle skis, you’ll find a traditional camber to cushion landings and provide grip on groomers, along with a twin-tip shape and double rocker. The Vandal stands out thanks to its 4R sidecut that smoothen turns and improves the fluidity and control on every terrain. Very versatile with its 95 mm wide waist, it allows to land some tricks on backcountry spots but is more comfortable on groomers or shredding the terrain park. With a very short turn radius and a wood construction, reinforced by a fiberglass weave, it’ll enable you to carve at a good pace. A model exclusively for skiers with solid skills looking to progress even more, without being restricted to groomed runs.


Strengths:


  • Versatility

  • Manoeuvrability

  • Performance


Majesty Vandal 95 freestyle ski

Line Chronic 94


How can we make a list of the top 2024 freestyle skis without mentioning Line? We’ve picked the Chronic 94, a twin-tip with multi-turn radius and 94 mm wide waist that’ll satisfy riders who’ve mastered the basics and want to take it up a notch. Very comfortable on groomers, it also provides decent float, enough to have fun in powder. The rockers enhance the ability to lift, to turn the entire ski area into your playground. Designed for intermediate to advanced level skiers, this is a true do-it-all ski.


Strengths:


  • Versatile

  • Lightweight

  • Responsive


Line Chronic 94 freestyle ski

Volkl Revolt 84


Here’s the least user-friendly ski in this list. A model cut to deliver the performance the most demanding riders need. The Volkl Revolt 84 is built to shred on groomers and in the terrain park, while offering enough float to enjoy shallow powder and side hits. A model to have a real blast, thanks to its traditional camber that grips and smoothens landings, while the absence of rocker and 84 mm wide waist guarantee great precision on groomed runs. Perfect to have fun all day on the slopes, sending daring tricks on your favourite spots.


Strengths:


  • Versatile

  • Manoeuvrable

  • Responsive


Volkl Revolt 84 freestyle ski