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ISPO 2020: The new season's ski models

Ski manufacturers seized the opportunity of this year's ISPO sports trade fair to present their new models. Check out the first pictures of the new ski models that were displayed in Munich earlier this year:

Under the “Built Together” initiative, US artist Ben Brough designed Völkl's new freestyle series Revolt for the 2020/2021 season. The new collection was named “Spirit Animal” and will feature a new model, the Revolt 104.

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If you're looking for high speed with perfect control on the ski run, Völkl's Racetiger models are the ideal choice. Narrow and aggressive, these skis are designed to reach maximum speeds.

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Fischer released a completely new ski series last year, the RC One. Starting in the 2020 season, the skis boasting high reaction and turnability will be available as a lite version as well.

>> See more Fischer ski models

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Fischer's RC4 Curv boot series offers a high performance at minimal weight. With three different iFIT strips, the ski boot will fit wide and slim feet equally well and promises absolute precision.

>> Great prices for Fischer ski boots in our online shop

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The Firebird model by Blizzard is an absolute high performance ski.

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The new Arrow technology developed by Elan gives the ski more power and control while building up momentum. It consists of an arrow-shaped titanium layer which provides a better energy transmission on the edges.

>> More Elan skis

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Elan's All Mountain series Element shows particularly forgiving qualities, making the models perfect for beginners.

>> Find All Mountain skis by Elan here

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Nordica stays true to its red and black colors with its new Dobermann racing series.

>> More Nordica skis

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With the two freeriding series Enforcer and Santa Ana, Nordica offers customers flexibility as well as stability.

>> Nordica's freeride models

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Rossignol guarantees a great racing performance once again with its Hero Master, Hero Athlete and Hero Elite model series.

>> See Rossignol ski models

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“Speed doesn't come out of the blue” is the motto for Dynastar's new racing series.

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Kästle's piste-oriented DX series offers effortless carving and speed adjustment for the pleasure-seekers among skiers.

>> Great prices for Kästle products in our online shop

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Kästle painted its competitive touring ski TX65 and the cross-country ski RX10 2.0 Skate in mint green for next season.

>> Kästle cross-country ski from the RX model series

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Head's Worldcup Rebels racing series maintains its black, white and yellow look. The ski boot that goes with the ski is named Raptor and features the finely adjustable Spineflex Racing metal buckles.

>> Head ski models

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Scott used the 3Dimension Sidecut for touring ski like the Speedguide and for its Scrapper freeride series.

>> More Scott products

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The shift to more sustainable products was visible in the ski market as well. Rossignol, for example, used wood from sustainable forest cultivation for its Blackops series, as well as coating the skis with recycled materials.

No more cold feet! Rossignol's Pure Heat boots heat up on the inside and keep your feet warm.

The world of ski wear also had some exciting innovations in store. >> Check out the snowsport trends for the 2020 season.

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