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+ bindings Salomon Alpine Ski Qst Lux 92 Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £492.71
-55%
£219.52

With its outstanding versatility, the Salomon QST Lux 92 is definitely a women’s all mountain ski. It’s the perfect do-it-all quiver to ride the whole mountain.

Sizes available
  • 153
+ bindings Scott Alpine Ski Srv Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £447.91
-54%
£201.60

The Scoot SRV is a not-too-pricy ski designed for all-mountain skiers. It delivers strong grip on the hardpack and good precision. It is not too exhausting thanks to its intermediate flex.

Sizes available
  • 157
  • 167
+ bindings Scott Alpine Ski Suv Top
Recommended price £447.91
-40%
£268.71

The SUV is a versatile and accessible Scott men ski designed to help you discover the joys of freeride. It is as easy to handle on pow that it is effective on piste!

Sizes available
  • 160
  • 175
+ bindings Salomon Alpine Ski Aira 76 ST Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £358.31
-50%
£179.11

The women’s piste ski Salomon Aira 76 ST offers tons of skiability to intermediate riders looking for a smooth and stable ski to explore the resort with.

Sizes available
  • 140
  • 150
  • 160
  • 170
+ bindings Faction Alpine Ski Candide 2.0 Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £627.11
-40%
£376.23

A must when it comes to all-mountain freestyle, the Faction Candide 2.0 ski developed by master Thovex offers the ultimate recipe for making waves in a variety of snow conditions.

Sizes available
  • 166
  • 173
  • 178
  • 183
  • 188
+ bindings Black Crows Alpine Ski Captis Overview
Recommended price £537.51
-25%
£403.11

The Captis from Black Crows is a ski able to evolve in a large variety of snow conditions, offering lots of reactivity, playability and Manoeuvrability. 

Sizes available
  • 171
  • 178
  • 184
+ bindings Black Crows Alpine Ski Captis Birdie Rt Overview
Recommended price £582.31
-35%
£376.23
Sizes available
  • 164
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+ bindings Black Crows Alpine Ski Divus Overview
Recommended price £671.91
-28%
£483.75

The Divus is a Black Crows ski designed to be used in the resort, it offers a nice grip and lots of energy on hardpack. The rocker even makes it possible to go have fun on the sides.

Sizes available
  • 167
  • 172
  • 177
  • 182
+ bindings Movement Alpine Ski Fly Two 105 Top
Recommended price £591.27
-35%
£380.80

A little gem born to fly through the white room and slash the fresh in freestyle backcountry, the Fly Two 105 is not limited to big conditions and can handle mixed snows too.

Sizes available
  • 177
  • 184
+ bindings Movement Alpine Ski Fly Two 95 Overview
Recommended price £537.51
-30%
£371.84

The Fly Two 95 is a versatile and evolutive freestyle ski that will be ideal for amateur freeskiers who wants to ride in all conditions and expand their trick collection.

Sizes available
  • 171
  • 178
+ bindings Dynastar Alpine Ski Legend X 96 Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £582.31
-55%
£259.75

The Dynastar LEGEND X 96 men’s ski is a mid-fat, freeride-oriented ski. It is playful and powerful so you can be sure to go for fun sessions whatever the terrain.

Sizes available
  • 171
+ bindings Rossignol Alpine Ski React R2 Premium Xpress Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £313.51
-42%
£179.11

The React R2 Xpress is a Rossignol beginner ski that’s ideal to learn the basics quickly. Forgiving and comfortable, it’s a safe bet for great times on the slopes!

Sizes available
  • 154
  • 162
  • 170
+ bindings Salomon Alpine Ski S/Race Rush Jr Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £269.61
-49%
£135.21

The Salomon piste ski S Race Rush JR was conceived to accompany teens and pre-teens in their progression. A real race horse which remains accessible.

Sizes available
  • 130
  • 140
  • 150
  • 160
+ bindings Salomon Alpine Ski S/max W 8 Overview
Recommended price £447.91
-40%
£268.71

The Salomon S Max W 8 women piste ski is pretty responsive and that makes it perfect for intermediate-level riders who want to progress all while having fun.

Sizes available
  • 160
  • 165
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+ bindings Rossignol Alpine Ski Sky 7 Hd Top
Recommended price £573.56
-35%
£367.68

The Sky 7 HD men freeride ski by Rossignol is the ultimate versatile weapon! No matter the terrain or conditions, riding it is a true delight.

Sizes available
  • 164
  • 172
  • 180
+ bindings Black Crows Alpine Ski Vertis Vi Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £671.91
-39%
£407.59

With the Vertis VI ski from Black Crows, you’ve got an ultra-performant ski to carve all over the mountain with a handling that’s both nervous, stable and powerful on hardpack.

Sizes available
  • 175
  • 180
+ bindings Black Crows Alpine Ski Atris Overview
Recommended price £707.75
-27%
£515.11

Flagship model at Black Crows, the Atris is back to its original shape, still as efficient in powder, both stable and fast without losing maneuverability and ease. 



Sizes available
  • 178
  • 184
  • 189
+ bindings Black Crows Alpine Ski Camox Overview
Recommended price £671.91
-28%
£483.75

The Camox from the French brand Black Crows is a freeride ski offering great performance on all terrains and stability at high speed, while maintaining maneuverability and comfort. 

Sizes available
  • 168
  • 174
  • 180
  • 186
+ bindings Movement Alpine Ski Icon Ti 89 Overview
Recommended price £662.95
-36%
£421.03

The icon Ti 89 is a versatile All Mountain Movement ski which offers responsiveness in all circumstances and allows to have fun every day in the resort.

Sizes available
  • 168
  • 175
  • 182
+ bindings Dynastar Alpine Ski Legend X96 Xpress Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £671.91
-55%
£300.16

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Sizes available
  • 165
  • 171
  • 178
  • 186
+ bindings Faction Alpine Ski Prodigy 1.0 Overview
Recommended price £492.71
-30%
£340.39

This is an ideal model to discover freestyle skiing and progress, the Faction Prodigy 1.0 ski shows a playful and dynamic behaviour throughout the resort whatever the conditions.

Sizes available
  • 158
  • 164
  • 170
  • 176
  • 181
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+ bindings Faction Alpine Ski Prodigy 2.0 Overview
Recommended price £537.51
-30%
£371.84

With the versatile freestyle ski Prodigy 2.0 developed by the Swiss brand Faction, freeskiers who like to alternate between sessions at the snow park and runs in the powder will find satisfaction!

Sizes available
  • 165
  • 171
  • 177
  • 183
  • 189
+ bindings Salomon Alpine Ski S/Max 6 Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £358.31
-50%
£179.11

The S Max 6 is one of the best beginners ski developed by Salomon. It will suit intermediate skiers looking for comfort and ease on the slopes.

Sizes available
  • 176
+ bindings Salomon Alpine Ski S/race Jr M Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £170.15
-39%
£103.04

The S Race Jr M Salomon ski is destined to young skiers, it was specially designed to offer a great compromise between performance and forgiveness.

Sizes available
  • 130
  • 150
+ bindings Rossignol Alpine Ski Smash 7 Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £412.07
-47%
£214.95

Le modèle Smash 7 de chez Rossignol, c’est un ski all-mountain très polyvalent, avec un volume qui permet d’évoluer dans la poudreuse sans difficulté et une jouabilité très agréable pour le freestyle. 

Sizes available
  • 140
  • 150
  • 160
+ bindings Dynastar Alpine Ski Speed Zone 12 Ti Orange Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £582.31
-55%
£259.75

The Speed Zone 12 Ti Orange is a powerful, tonic and grippy Dynastar men ski made for experienced skiers who want to ride hard on all kinds of pistes.

Sizes available
  • 158
  • 166
  • 174
+ bindings Dynastar Alpine Ski Speed Zone 9 Ca Konect Overview CLEARANCE
Recommended price £492.71
-55%
£219.52

The Dynastar Speed Zone 9 Ca Konect is a men’s piste ski both lively and manoeuvrable which allows to give it all without getting too tired.

Sizes available
  • 160
  • 167

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How to choose your ski set ?

There are several profiles of skiers, same applies for skis, each having its own specific skills. When you buy skis, you need to know what you are looking for, you have to be aware of your physical and technical skills and you need to know what type of skiing is yours. You won't get the same skis for freeriding and for racing, same if you are a beginner or an expert. So let's have a look at what best suits you.

1 ) Define your level

If you are a beginner and you pick a high end ski with a stiff construction, it will be very demanding and your progression will be long and difficult. If you are a good skier but you go for an entry-level ski with a soft and flexible contruction, you won't progress as quickly, the ski won't grip hard enough or won't respond fast enough. This is why it is important to know your level. We have three categories of skiers :

Beginner to intermediate : true beginner or occasional skier, you lean backward when skiing and most of the time you have legs apart. You're looking for an easy ski that makes you feel secure so you can learn the basics on gentle slopes at moderate speed.

Advanced : skis stay parallel throughout the turns and you are under control. You are capable to reduce or increase your turning radius and you adapt your turns according to the terrain. Your position on the skis is more 'academic', you bend your legs, your hips are aligned with your knees, your arms stay in front of you. Sometimes when the terrain changes unexpectedly you still make a few technical mistakes. You need a comfortable ski that can perform if you need it to, but it also needs to deliver a touch of forgiveness to help you cope with your last flaws.

Expert : you feel comfortable regardless of the terrain or conditions, your technique is perfect and so is your position. Your hips don't move anymore and your arms point always forward and keep your whole body balanced. You control your turns and you gauge your speed with ease. You need skis that can deliver high performance but require technique.

2 ) Define your skiing style

You need to know what category of skiers you belong to in order to pick a ski that will meet your needs. If you spend your time on groomed snow, don't buy a freeride ski ! In order to help you find the right ski, we made a specific search engine for you, on the left handside of that page. You will easily find which skis best suit you.

Piste ski package : the ski is narrow at the waist and gets wider through the tip, or shovel. That makes turn initiations smoother and more intuitive. The tail of the ski can be considered as its engine, it is the tail that delivers power and rebound when you exit a turn. At Glisshop you will find leisure ski slopes perfect for leisure skiing, performance ski slope packs that allow you to progress and improve your technique and of course carving ski packs that will delight seasoned skiers in search of thrills.

All-mountain ski package : skiers want their skis to be more and more versatile. They need skis that adapt to variable conditions and terrains without requiring higher skills. A good all-mountain set ensures edge control on hard snow and floatation on powder.

Freeride ski package : freeriding is more and more popular. Skiers who like wide and wild spaces and deep powder generally go for wide and powerful skis that can handle deep fresh snow as well as crud or tracked out powder. Note that we can split that category into two subcategories: mid-fat skis (from 80 to 100mm at waist), designed for skiers who want something versatile that they can ride on piste if needed ; and fat skis (100mm+ at waist), best suited for skiers who own a few pairs of skis and want one specific pair when conditions are optimal.

Freestyle ski package : thanks to skiers like Jérémy Pancras, Kevin Rolland, or Candide Thovex, freestyle skiing has gotten very popular. In between skiing and performing stunts, freestyling requires specific skis with specific shapes. Made to be light, skis generally feature a twin-tipped shape allowing to ski backward, or switch. For a park and pipe use, skis comes with a pretty narrow waist. Freestyle backcountry skis however feature a wider underfoot platform enhancing floatation on powder.

Touring ski package : touring skis are far more accessible than a few years ago and we see more and more skiers going for it. Touring skis feature a light construction making the uphill bits of your tour more enjoyable and they have a mid fat profile in order to handle any terrain on the downhill. The binding can be either alpine-oriented (easier to use) or with inserts (lighter).

How do we mount the bindings ?

Ski bindings ensure your safety and need to be set carefully in order to reduce the risk of an injury in case of a fall (knee sprain or fractured). Glisshop ski packages combine skis and bindings suited for different levels and styles. Any package you get, we mount the bindings for free. To make sure we do it correctly, you will be asked to complete a form with your age, your weight, your height, your ski level. We also ask for your boot length and for your preferences. In general, bindings are centered or close to center on freestyle skis (depending on manufacturer's recommendations).

Bonus feature :

It's not always easy to know exactly what size of skis you need to get. Glisshop.co.uk made a calculator that helps you find this out: go to size calculator.

Glisshop recommendations :

Well, now all that’s left to do is to pick your favourite brand. Glisshop has loads in store, here are just a few: Armada, Atomic, Black Crows, Blizzard, Dynastar, Elan, Faction, Fischer, Head, K2, Head, Lib Tech, Line, Movement, Nordica, Rossignol, Roxy, Salomon, Scott, Volkl and Zag. Discover also our skis collections 2018, 2019 and 2020 !