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level 3 skis?

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
am planning on doing the optional performance training course in november for basi 3..... i will get some new planks for it as , piste skis are a bit hard work for this (race plate, heavy etc)

i have read a few bits where people seem be nearly on a slalom ski 165cm ish radius approx 13m..... has anyone either done the actual tech or the training module to give some ideas.... am thinking either a atomic or salomon ski as basi have got decent deals with them....

cheers
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Personally I would think that a slalom ski would not be ideal: too much of a one-trick pony. If that's what you already had then it might make sense but I wouldn't go out and buy some for the course. BASI's recommendation from their blog on this a year or two ago is...

"In conclusion I would say that if you get a 16-18m radius piste ski, fairly stiff with a good fitting and equally matched flex boot then that is a good choice."
https://blog.basi.org.uk/which-skis-are-best-for-my-basi-technical-course/

What are the piste skis that you currently find a bit hard work?
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