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The 9 Best Park Skis of 2022-2023

By: Jordan Sunshine: Ski Buyer | October 5, 2022

 

As park skiing has evolved, so have park skis. There’s always been a bit of a divide in park skiing, between jibby, video-focused park skiers, who prioritize style, and competition skiers who are looking for light, precise skis to help them land technical tricks. Of course, skiers have always bridged that gap, filming great video parts, while also getting strong comp results, but for brands making park skis, it’s always been challenging to bridge that divide with a single ski. Luckily though, in recent years, more and more companies have figured out how to make versatile skis that appeal to every park skier.

New This Year:

And now those brands are offering those skis in more sizes than ever before so that younger and shorter skiers can make the most of the terrain park. That, added to the level of versatility that skis like the Bent 90 and Line TWP bring to the table, means that park skis are better than ever before, and more capable all over the mountain. So whether you’re a seasoned park rat, or just looking to slide your first rail, you can be confident while choosing a park ski by dialing in your choice of one of the best park skis on this list.

Atomic Bent 90

Atomic Bent 90

While the Bent family may have been born in pow, the Atomic Bent 90 Skis have their feet firmly in the park. Combining HRZN tech tips and tails with a Carbon Backbone layup, the Bent 90s are happy to surf the soft stuff all morning as long as you promise to hit some features on the way back down. Resist Edges provide long-lasting durability for rails and boxes, and Atomic's Light Woodcore delivers the pop you crave. A true Jack of all trades for the freestyle-inclined skier. The Bent 90 is guaranteed to be a hit out the gate.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
90 mm1600 g$499.95

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ON3P Mango 100

ON3P Mango 100

Jake Mageau wants you to have fun. That's the only reasonable explanation for his new pro model ON3P Mango 100 Skis. They epitomize his playful approach to skiing with a light, balanced feel, ample rocker, and an easy buttering style you rock both in and out of the park. With a newly modified tip taper, this all mountain capable park destroyer delivers freestyle fun to the masses in a true unisex size run. If you want to pop, spin, and jib every feature on the hill, the Mango 100 is your ski.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
100 mm1740 g$799.00

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Völkl Revolt 90

Völkl Revolt 90

Built to fly higher, spin like a top, and butter like a breadknife, the Völkl Revolt 90 Skis are fully cambered, fully symmetrical tools for all your freestyle needs. With a new Light Swingweight Woodcore, tough sandwich construction, and smooth smooth flexing tip and tail, this ski is built to take a beating without giving you one. Volkl has been making great park skis for a long time, and the Revolt 90 continues that tradition.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
90 mmNot Listed$599.99

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Armada BDog

Armada BDog

Phil Casabon AKA BDog is one of the greatest street skiers of all time. And his signature ride, the Armada BDog Skis, is one of the greatest park and urban skis of all time as well. The BDog is super flexy, loaded with pop, and ready to rock your local terrain park or urban feature. They butter better than almost any ski on the market and are a prime tool for high-level freestyle skiers looking to unleash their creativity. If you see the mountain differently, and just want to express yourself on snow, the BDog is your ski.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
94 mm1875 g$599.95

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Line Skis Honey Bee

Line Skis Honey Bee

With entry-level pricing and pro-level performance, there are a whole lot of reasons to be buzzing about the Line Skis Honey Bee Skis. If they're sweet enough for Taylor Lundquist to throw down on, they've surely got more than enough bumble for the rest of us. These things are fast, nimble, and extremely boostable. Plus, they're built with Line's Fatty bases and edges, not to mention a cap construction that makes them borderline indestructible. There's no sweeter sting than that. These are the perfect option for anyone just getting into park skiing.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
92 mm1499 g$399.95

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Line Skis Tom Wallisch Pro

Line Skis Tom Wallisch Pro

The Line Skis Tom Wallisch Pro Skis are where you go if you need the highest level of performance in the park. Designed to be competition-ready, these sticks will help you push yourself to get around that one extra rotation, or to stomp that one trick you've been trying all year. They're quick, balanced, and super poppy - perfect for pushing the boundaries of freestyle skiing. These are well-rounded park skis that everyone from beginners to experienced park skiers will get along with just fine.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
90 mm1800 g$499.95

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K2 Sight

K2 Sight

From the homemade PVC pipe feature in your backyard to the hefty halfpipe, technical tricks and the K2 Sight Skis go together like milk 'n cookies. With creativity and progression at the forefront of this design, K2's Carbon Boost tech gives them the agility and pop needed to get schwifty on the slopes - aka let loose and throw down. Drum roll, please! These skis just get it done, with minimal drama.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
88 mmNot Listed$399.95

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Völkl Revolt 86 Temple

Völkl Revolt 86 Temple

Session the park for a while, rip some groomers for a while, play in the trees a bit - all part of the game for the Völkl Revolt 86 Skis. A versatile all-mountain twin shape that also rips in the park, the Revolt 86 comes in two awesome graphic options and may be the best bang-for-the-buck choice for freestyle-oriented rippers on a budget. The Revolt 86 is a great gateway drug to the world of park skiing.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
86 mm1860 g$399.99

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Armada Edollo

Armada Edollo

Henrik Harlaut is a bonafide ski legend, and his pro model skis are legendary in their own right. Just as he has pushed the envelope of what's possible on skis over the years, his pro model has pushed the envelope of what defines a modern park ski. The Armada Edollo Skis have a silky smooth medium flex, a bit more tip rocker than you'd expect out of a sub-100 waisted ski, and are built to crush everything in the park. They're stable, nimble, and can boost to the moon. Wu-tang is for the children, but the Edollo skis are for you. If you want to push your limits with style, the Edollo is the ski for you.

WidthWeightOriginal Price
98 mm1900 g$649.95

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The Selection Process:

Our ski buyers have an endless amount of knowledge on all things skiing stemming from years of experience in the ski industry in tandem with their countless hours spent on slopes everywhere from groomers to the remote backcountry around the world. evo's buyers assess all products coming to market, lean into this knowledge, and put together this selection of the best products. They have a unique perspective as they truly see everything offered across the category.

Jordan Sunshine

I was born and raised in northern Vermont and moved west as soon as I turned 18. I bounced around the PNW for a while eventually following evo’s store openings to Denver where I have called home since and although I will always take even the wettest of pow days, have come to appreciate any day skiing in the sun, be it with friends or my kids.

I have been skiing since I was 2 and started working in a ski shop when I was 14, which was way more fun than washing dishes. Over the years I have worked as a ski tech, boot fitter, liftie, product copywriter, and eventually came to manage evo’s Portland and Denver stores. Now I am the Ski Buyer, overseeing ski hardgoods and backcountry accessories.