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If you love shredding the slopes in the wintertime, then it's worth owning a ski set. It's also a great way to get the whole family together for some winter fun. Sears has a ton of options for ski or winter equipment, including backcountry gear. Start by deciding for whom you are buying skis, determine their skill level and evaluate the type of terrain you frequent the most. Once you pick out your preferred skis, find all the ski bindings and other accessories to go along with it.

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Find the perfect pair of skis from Sears

Skiing is both a leisure and extremely competitive sport. Some skiers like to float down the hill and others love to go as fast as they can and race to the bottom. Depending on your skill level, different skiers need specific equipment. Skis are not one-size-fits-all, so you'll have to consider a few different factors before you buy. This can be confusing, especially if this is your first time owning a pair. Luckily, Sears has all the options any skier could need all in one place.

Gender makes a huge difference when it comes to narrowing down your search for the perfect pair of skiing equipment. Don't be fooled by graphics; just because women's equipment and gear tend to be visually appealing towards women doesn't mean that there aren't any other structural differences. For example, women's skis tend to be shorter so that their ski boots are closer to the front. This helps women turn and maneuver themselves well on the slopes.

Skill level is a very important factor to consider. You don't want equipment that is too basic or too advanced for your current level. To find your level, consider the types of skills you can do. If you're still learning how to make a V to stop, then consider yourself a beginner. Intermediate skiers can generally conquer a blue diamond quite easily, and experts have no problem going at high speeds on different terrains. Find snowboards and other snow gear of all difficulty levels for everyone in your family when you shop at Sears.

The type of ski that you need will be based on what kind of terrain you prefer. If you're a skier who loves to do freestyle tricks, then consider a set of twin tips. These may not be good for all snow conditions, but are ideal for jumps and tricks. For mountainous areas with tons of fresh snow, go with powder skis, otherwise known as backcountry skis. These gracefully float on fresh snow with the help of a wide waist. Most skiers tend to go with all-mountain skis, which work nicely with a most weather conditions because they're not as wide as powder skis and not as narrow as twin tips. Find the perfect pair of skis and snow recreation gear for some family bonding on the slopes.

There's nothing better than shredding through a winter wonderland with your family and friends by your side. Find the best skiing equipment for all types of mountainous terrains when you shop at Sears.

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