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Junior Skis

Rossignol Experience Pro JR
$209.99
Developed to make both learning to ski easier, more comfortable, and more fun, the EXPERIENCE PRO helps even the smallest skiers accelerate to the next level. Featuring a specifically designed junior flex and rocker profile, the EXPERIENCE PRO allows juniors to use changing terrain to their advantage to easily pivot, steer, and stop for easy and intuitive fun.
Rossignol Frozen
$219.99
Let it go, let it go!; the all-new FROZEN junior ski makes learning to ski easier and more fun for your favorite little princess. A specifically designed junior rocker profile allows juniors to use changing terrain to their advantage and easily pivot, steer, and stop, making learning to ski a more intuitive process so progression comes more naturally.
Line Skis Ruckus
$349.99
Brand new this year, the LINE Ruckus is here for the next generation of ripper park rats. Simply put, the Ruckus is a full-on, heavy-duty park ski designed for smaller shredders in need of a shorter ski. This is the best ski for new park skiers or shorter riders looking to get better at freestyle. Featuring an Aspen Veneer core and Symmetric Flex, you’re sure to cause a Ruckus all over the mountain with this all-new ski.
Line Skis TW Shorty
$359.99
With the same technology as it’s big brother, the Tom Wallisch Pro, the LINE Tom Wallisch Shorty is the best ski for any young gun skier wanting to get into the park and freestyle. Available in a system ski or flat if you'd like to choose your own binding. Lightweight, durable, and oh so poppy, the Wallisch Shorty is designed to take your skiing to the next level so you can become the next Tom Wallisch.
Line Skis Wallisch Shorty
$369.99
With all the tech of its big brother, the LINE Tom Wallisch Shorty packs a punch in a pint-sized package. Featuring the same lightweight, bomber feel of the TW Pro, the TW Shorty Skis provide the high-end performance needed for the next Superunknown superstar-in-training. Sizes: 119, 129, 139, 149 Dimensions: 97-72-93 Weight: 930 g Side Cut: 12 Avg. m Stance: 0 mm Core Construction: Aspen Macroblock Features: 5-Cut™ Geometry Symmetric Flex™ Fatty Base and Edge Aspenlite™ 4D Fibercap™ Construction
K2 Dream Weaver
$389.99
Your little one hits every single side hit and jump in sight. She might even look up to the older girls ripping park laps and putting the boys to shame. If you’re little one is desperate to learn 180s, slash sidehits, and jib around, snag her a pair of the K2 Dreamweaver Skis. With a durable cap construction and full wood core, she’ll be able to develop the skills to be in podium contention sooner than you might think.
K2 Dreamweaver
$389.99
It started with that one flat box in the terrain park. Next thing you knew, your grom was queuing up for first chair and spinning 360's just like their favorite pro. Make sure the quality of their equipment matches their enthusiasm for the sport by getting them on K2's Dreamweaver, a grom sized twin tip with an all wood core and bomber cap construction. Big ski dreams deserve big ski quality. Sizes: 109, 119, 129, 139, 149 Rocker Type: All-Terrain Rocker Core Construction: Aspen Core Weight: 960g/Ski @ 139cm Features: Full Wood Core Full Height Twin Tip
K2 Juvy
$319.99
You love skiing, and so does your little one. Ditch the rental gear and aid their progression by getting them the skis you wish you had when you were their age, the K2 Juvy. DuraCap construction makes the Juvy extra durable for season after season use, ensuring you can hand them down the line to the next generation of mountain loving snow monsters. 109, 119, 129, 139 Rocker Type: Catch Free Rocker Core Construction: Composite Core Weight: 670g/Ski @ 119cm Features: DuraCap Construction
K2 Poacher Jr
$369.99 - $389.99
With the same vibe and look as the full-sized version, the Poacher Junior offers the same stance and feel for those vertically challenged rippers with Dew Tour Dreams. And thanks to the Aspen Core and durable cap construction, these skis will last long enough to get him there.
Head Joy SLR
$249.99 - $259.99
The Joy SLR Pro is the perfect girl's ski for beginners. Since it is lightweight and easy to handle, the transition from the snow plow to the parallel turn takes place in a smooth, fluid motion. After mastering the parallel turn, it's time to explore their first attempts at carving. Special features of this ski include optimised turn initiation, perfect control and responsiveness.
Head Monster SLR
$249.99
The Monster SLR Pro is the perfect boy's ski for beginners. Since it is lightweight and easy to handle, the transition from the snow plow to the parallel turn takes place in a smooth, fluid motion. After mastering the parallel turn, it's time to explore their first attempts at carving. Special features of this ski include the optimised turn initiation, perfect control, responsiveness, and of course the eye-catching monster design.
Head Monster SLR 2
$239.99
The Monster SLR 2 is the perfect boy's ski for beginners. Since it is lightweight and easy to handle, the transition from the snow plow to the parallel turn takes place in a smooth, fluid motion. After mastering the parallel turn, it's time to explore their first attempts at carving. Special features of this ski include the optimised turn initiation, perfect control, responsiveness, and of course the eye-catching monster design. SLR 4.5 AC The SLR 4.5 AC is one of the lightest, safest, easiest to use and most reliable binding for young skiers on the market. Featuring a low DIN range of 0.75 to 4.5 it has toe and heel units that feature improved kinematics, reduced load on joints, and Full Diagonal boot release. Positioned on the SuperLiteRail II, this is a binding that grows with junior skiers and their ascent through the learning curb. AC = these bindings will fit both adult and children ski boots.
Head Supershape Team
$249.99
The Supershape Team is the perfect children's ski for beginners. Lightweight and easy to handle, the transition from the snow plow to the a parallel turn is a smooth, fluid motion. Once they have mastered the parallel turn, it's time to explore their first attempts at carving. In no time at all, they will be reaching for the stars.
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