Ski Bum Reviews picks for the best park freestyle skis of 2021/2022 Ski season
Ski Bum Reviews top park / freestyle skis for male and female skiers. Park or freestyle skis are made to tear up the park or pipe. Theses skis are made for maximum pop and play in mind. These are our picks for best male, female and unisex park / freestyle skis
Armada ARV 86
Women's: Armada ARW 86 Skis
The ARV 86 boosts the fun factor with a Poplar-Ash wood core for increased spring and confidence in the park and in the trees. Featuring AR Freestyle Rocker and AR75 sidewall construction, the ARV 86 is built to press, butter, and smear to your heart’s content.
SHOP Armada ARV 86: Amazon
Faction Prodigy 2.0
Women's: Faction Prodigy 2.0X
The Faction Prodigy 2.0 is the ultimate all-mountain shred-tool. Packing all the right ingredients to help you pop, stomp and surf all over the mountain, it's Poplar Core is soft and poppy enough to butter those slushy rollers while maintaining stiffness underfoot.
SHOP Faction Prodigy 2.0: Amazon
Designed for all-mountain freestyle enjoyment, the LINE Chronic is the dopest all-mountain freestyle ski. With over a decade in the game, the Chronic’s versatile turn shape will allow you to turn the mountain into your terrain park. This award winning ski offers a poppy ride that will crush it just as hard on those harsh big line jump laps as it will on those smooth burns all over the mountain.
SHOP Line Chronic: Amazon
A favorite among K2’s freestyle athletes, the Poacher is a common sight atop X Games and Dew Tour podiums. While it excels in the spotlight of major contests, this park ski is burly enough to dominate the heaviest late-night street sessions. Built with our Carbon Boost Braid construction and a fir/aspen wood core, these skis deliver with tons of pop off the lip and the stability you need to stomp those deep landings.
SHOP K2 Poacher: Amazon
Catered to the press and pop mastery of Phil Casabon, the BDOG is back for 19/20 with all new construction and shape. Phil’s signature Circle Flex, super flexible tips and tails, accompanies “straight” sections in the sidecut where the pressing happens for maximum surface area and minimal hang-ups. Lock into that tranny in any park or urban setting, stomp, and repeat
SHOP Armada Bdog: Amazon
Völkl Revolt 95
Developed in conjunction with well-known rider Ahmet Dadali, the Revolt 95 is an incredibly multifaceted tool for younger riders. Its construction principle is designed around a directional shape that works for a wide range of jib-oriented riding situations. Its 21m radius is very versatile, and flex points in the tip and tail are ideal for buttering and tricks.
SHOP Volkl Revolt 95: Amazon
Line Honey Badger
Women's: Line Skis Honey Bee
Tough as nails, yet simple in design, the Honey Badger will tackle whatever you put in front of it. Jibs, Bonks, Jumps, Taps, it doesn’t matter, the Honey Badger doesn’t give a….well, you get the picture. The perfect package to crush it in the streets, park, and all over the mountain at an affordable price, it doesn’t get much better than that.
SHOP Line Honey Badger: Amazon
The Blend continues to re-imagine what is possible on a park ski. Ideal for anyone looking to add some serious creativity into their bag of tricks, the Blend combines a solid platform with a snappy feel to make them the optimal ski for buttering, ollieing, and sending.
SHOP Line Blend: Amazon
J Ski All Plays
Regardless of the terrain, these light and nimble skis are no work… ALL PLAY! Their versatile 98mm width and innovative shape and flex provide the best of all worlds. Reliable precision under foot for ripping all-mtn, wide enough to easily float boot deep freshies in the trees, and a light, playful, buttery feel for throwing tricks in the park & all over the hill.
Lib Tech UFO 95
Lucas Wachs’ park jibber. Long tip and tail rocker zones make this freestyle contour the ideal ski for hardpack and park focused fun. Butter friendly square tip open doors to freestyle creativity. Spin, drift and slide through the park all winter and summer on the glacier... this is a Mt. Hood favorite.