Women's Intermediate women's cruisers ski reviews 2015
The Active Xpress is by far the best ski in this category. It is highly accessible and helps riders to progress to more technical prowess. An excellent ski that we recommend for beginners to good skiers who want a ski that’s not only easy to handle but will also help them to make progress.
Women's skis 2015 > Intermediate women's cruisers Best Accessibility/Performance!
With the Adora, Völkl has signed a real success story. This is a ski that performs particularly well and is very adaptable. It’s the ideal ski for riders who already have some technical skills under their belt and who want to progress to more athletic turns.
A light and easy to handle model, the Delight QT well deserves its name. It’s an excellent model for beginners and false beginners who will love it, especially smaller riders who will find it particularly easy and enjoyable.
An excellent ski for beginners, the Absolute Joy is limited by its relatively poor performance in carving which pulls down its score for adaptability in this category. A very good ski for beginners and false beginners.
The Viva 400 is a very good leaner’s ski that we recommend for beginners and false beginners. More experienced skiers would do better to choose a more progressive model like the Dynastar.