Katie Summerhayes How To Get The Perfect Freestyle Setup
Taking the step from piste skiing to park can be a little daunting for those uninitiated. From park etiquette and the potentially baffling language of freestyle skiing to dedicated freestyle fashion and specific technical setup of ski equipment, there’s a fair bit to take in.
The first port of call when thinking about freestyle is your ski equipment, after all it’s not much fun hitting big jumps and rails on a stiff pair of piste skis, if anything it’s going to be a lot trickier to make any serious progression. Ski slopestyle athlete Katie Summerhayes shares her insights and what you should look for when choosing your first freestyle setup.
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