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The Difference between Men’s Snow Skis and Women’s Snow Skis

Author: Snowboard Bindings
by Snowboard Bindings
Posted: Dec 24, 2015
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They may all appear the same, but there are elements that make mens snow skis different from that of women's snow skis.

The primary difference is the kind of materials that are incorporated inside the skis. This difference might appear to be inconsequential since it only involves a small variation in size.

However, this small variation results in a considerable improvement in performance. For instance, women's skis are more flexible, and softer than men's skis. In addition, their waists, or the narrowest point of the ski is a bit more forward.

Many women have donned their women's ski boots and tried these softer skis and found out that they didn't get tired so much as when they used the unisex skis with the standard length and shape.

Using these women's skis, they used less energy in skiing. Therefore, they realize that it makes sense to use such skis designed for women to preserve their strength. Not that they are better than men's skis, but that they are designed for women, thus making them more adapted for their use.

Additionally, more and more manufacturers are improving their designs of men's and women's skis making them more flexible and more forgiving. For instance, there are design elements in women's skis that are slowly being incorporated in the designs for men's skis.

These skis are designed with a hollowed out area fitted with the ARC binding plate, instead of the rigid under the binding materials. This design gives the skis flexibility along their whole length, and makes them more naturally adaptable to the snow.

Furthermore, some of the modern skis are tweaked to make them perform better on deep snow. This is made possible by the latest HRZN Tech horizontal rocker. This design element has increased the surface area of the ski by about 10 per cent both at the tail and the tip.

It gives the skis the ability to perform as the hull of a boat, ensuring that it stays comfortably balanced all the time. In addition, their sidewalls were also extended out adding to their durability.

Graphene, the latest wonder material, is also being incorporated into the design of men's and women's skis. This material is the lightest and the strongest metal available at present. It will make skis more flexible, durable and adaptable.

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