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Step it up and head for the park.

Level-up your park and pipe game with the Salomon Threat Ski. This friendly all-mountain ski with a decided freestyle preference has twin tips, wide edges, and total edge reinforcement for trying all kinds of tricks and maneuvers. A single Ti laminate and Edgy Monocoque construction add necessary durability. A mid-fat waist and lightweight construction let the ski float in soft snow when the park is buried. This is Salomon's entry-level designated park ski for those ready for the first step in a freestyle relationship. 

  • Traditional camber
  • Edgy Monocoque construction
  • Composite core
  • Single Ti laminate
  • 85-millimeter waist
  • Twintip
  • Total edge reinforcement
  • Wide edges

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Are these skis soft or stiff?

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Are these skis soft or stiff?

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One of my kids has been on Salomon Threats for two years in the 161cm length and my daughter was on a Vamp, the female version. Compared to some of the other kids skis we have owned I always felt that the Salomons were a little stiff. But both kids loved them, but then again if kids are getting new skis they always love them:). It depends on your size and the length you choose, this will dictate how much you will be able to flex them.

The threat is a great all around ski, especially for lighter teenagers wanting to play in the park. It just not going to be that great in the deep snow.

Hope that helps and let me know if there is anything else I can answer.


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Thank you very much. I'm 140lbs, and I plan on getting the 161s or 171s. Also, I rarely go out of the park on my home mountain, so as long as it's good in the park I'm fine!

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I have two boys both 15 years old, one is 5' 5" 120 lbs and the other is 5'5" 130lbs. They would easily ski the 171cm and next year probably go with the 176cm if they grew a little more, the 161cm is way to short for them now. Use this as a guide for length and good luck!


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A Great First Park Ski

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This is really a great ski for someone who is looking to get into park skiing, but still wants to ski outside of the park as well. It is very fairly priced, and with Salomon you're really getting a soundly built ski that should last you a few seasons (Of course durability can differ if you're hitting nothing but rails 100+ days a year,). I suggested these to my little brother for his first park ski, and he has really enjoyed them and has improved a lot this season. There are some similar options from companies like K2 or Line, but the threat is the higher quality option.