The Swiss Freeski Company!
Created in 1999. Movement Ski's are a Swiss based company making high quality freestyle, freeride and touring skis. Movement started out making skis in 2001 and now have some of the most innovative and unique skis on the market. Often seen on podiums at ski touring events and with a huge team of freestyle and freeride skiers, Movement have grown to be one of the biggest and best brands in the industry. Every ski that Movement produce is designed in Switzerland to produce high quality skis that help you enjoy your winter to the max.
Crafted by Burtons first designer, Peter Bauer, Amplid skis and snowboards are amazingly high tech. Great research has gone into every thought of every ski and snowboard. Amplid make some of the best gear around, they look great and ride amazingly well. You will never be disappointed with an Amplid.
APO is a unique snowboarding and skiing brand hailing from France and specialising in high quality, playful snowboards, skis and bindings for the discerning freestyle skier or snowboarder, looking for contemporary design, colours and graphics integrated with the latest technology.
Armada Skis make some of the best free-skiing gear around. Their ever expanding range include freestyle and freeride skis, poles, outerwear and luggage.
- Black Diamond3
Black Diamond have been making top end gear for climbing, hiking and skiing since 1957, and today they continue to lead the way with their huge line of quality driven products.
Inspiring shapes and true surf style performance are the qualities deeply rooted in Dupraz snowboards and skis. If you are a freeride enthusiast and / or love deep powder, then the radical Dupraz shapes should be top of your wish list. Dupraz - the most fun you can have on the mountain.
Faction believe skis are more than just pieces of wood, metal and fibreglass. Started in 2006 the Faction Collective was a group of friends who shared the aim of creating the best freestyle and freeride ski you can buy. With a commitment to social and environmental sustainability their products are made in a world class factory in the heart of the European Alps.
Fischer skis produce some of the best alpine and nordic skis in the world. Often seen on world cup podiums Fischer are definitely a brand to look out for!
Head are one of the BIG hitters in the ski and snowboard worlds. Olympic and World Cup glory seem to come naturally to those using head ski and snowboard equipment - which is at the leading edge of technological innovation. Head use this expertise and reputation to produce a huge range of ski and snowboard products suitable for novices, children and recreational skiers / snowboarders alike.
K2 started making their skis in 1962 and their aim was to be the best ski company in the world and to have the most fun doing it. This aim still lives on today and is evident in their ski products. When they created the first ski featuring a fibreglass wrapped torsion box, K2 in essence invented the modern snow ski as we know it. K2 started making snowboards in 1987 and adapted the same philosophy as with their ski range. True quality and of course having fun. Their original concepts and technology drives snowboarding forward. K2 skis, snowboards, bags, boots, bindings all boast innovative designs and the latest technology to ensure you are getting the best.
Kessler - a race winning pedigree second to none - whether you snowboard or ski. Award and race winning designs which make it simple to ride or ski fast but under control at the same time. It is this 'control' that sets Kessler designs apart. More control, means more speed! More control also makes it much easier for aspiring intermediates to progress quickly and reach the highest levels of performance. Recreational skiing or snowboarding is also, therefore, very easy on a Kessler - you do not have to be a racer!
LINE Skis. Skiing the wrong way since '95, LINE skis are one of the biggest innovators in the industry producing new and exciting products that break the mould year after year. Ski & Destroy!
Majesty skis were started with a vision of bringing innovative technologies and extraordinary design to the freeski market. From the very beginning Majesty were driven by a vision to transform the freeski market. By injecting high end technology and mixing it with incredible graphics and design they have certainly done this.
Movement are industry leaders in the production of high quality freestyle, freeride and touring skis.
Nordica - Pure ski heritage. Nordica has been making quality skis, boots and poles for over 70 years and have a strong pedigree in ski racing, all mountain and freeski.
Rossignol - truly a giant in the ski and snowboard worlds, Rossignol have a pure thoroughbred race pedigree as well as providing superb equipment for recreational snowboarders and skiers. Rossignol's reputation is second to none.
Scott are passionate about wintersports and are passionate about being in the mountains. That's why Scott has been developing and testing their gear in Sun Valley, Idaho since 1958.
Whether skis, snowboards or sportswear – everything with the Volkl brand is the result of tireless research and development efforts. The old adage,"the whole is worth more than the sum of the parts" holds true with the Völkl company. Every one of their products combines cutting-edge technology and high quality with their boundless passion for sports.
- White Doctor4
White Doctor is the brainchild of the legendary Eric 'Bob' Bobrowicz. His goal is to create a simple, fluid range of skis which isn't over complicated and isn't filled with unnecessary gimmicks. White Doctor is refreshingly simple.
- Coming Soon-
New season products not in stock yet but due to arrive very soon. Most are available to pre-order with our early bird discount or can be reserved with a small deposit. You can set up email alerts for when the new stock arrives. Products without a published availability date cannot be pre-ordered or reserved, sorry, but you can register your interest and we'll email you as soon as availability is known.
- New Arrival-
The latest brand new 'hot' products, new in stock within the last 60 days
- Current Season-
These products have been in stock for more than 60 days but they are still this season's products featuring the very latest designs, colours and technological innovations
- Previous Seasons12
This is where you can pick up a bargain or two. Browse our range of discounted and stock clearance products from previous seasons
Female specific skis are generally lighter, softer and more flexible than unisex or men's skis because women tend to be lighter and have different body proportions than men. Female skiers may still use unisex or men's models but less experienced skiers may find them more difficult to use than a female specific ski.
- Unisex or Male 8
Male skis can be used by women too - so have unisex appeal. Most girls will want to choose unisex skis that are about 5 cm shorter than they would for female specific skis because, compared with men of the same height, women tend to be lighter.
If you are a complete beginner, there is absolutely no point in buying skis that are intended for advanced skiers, it will actually hinder you instead of help you progress. Choose the ability level closest to what you are now and be honest with yourself! This way you can find skis that will catapult you to that next ability level in no time.
- Beg / Int-
Beginner / Intermediate - These skis are for people who are taking their first lessons, starting to link turns or just want an easy to ride pair of skis that will help them progress to the next level.
- Int / Adv11
Intermediate / Advanced - These skis are for people who are linking turns, happy cruising the piste and experienced skiers who want a top quality pair of skis.
Expert - For those who are very advanced skiers, can handle all terrain thrown at them with ease and are looking for a top-performing, high end pair of skis.
Some of our skis come with bindings as part of the package and some don't. Make sure you know what you're getting before you order!
- Incl. (Track Mounted)2
These skis come with bindings. They are mounted on a track system which is part of the ski itself. This means they can be mounted easily at home with no tools or previous knowledge. You can also adjust the bindings at any time so your friends can try them out or making it easier when it comes to sell them on.
- Incl. (Drill Mounted)-
These skis come with bindings. They are mounted on a 'flat deck' ski and so require professional mounting via drilling. We can do this for you in our workshop at no extra charge. Please see the individual product for more information
- Not Included10
These skis are sold as 'SKI ONLY' and will need bindings attached separately. They are flat decks so will require drill mounting by a ski technician. Bindings for these skis are available in our Ski Bindings Section or alternatively use our 'Optional Extras' drop down menu on the product to see a range of bindings that we have chosen as being a suitable match for each individual ski.
Where You Ski
The type of terrain you like to ski plays a massive part in what type of ski you should be using. Here we have broken it down to different parts of the mountain so you can select what type of skiing you do most of.
- All Mtn More Piste4
If you like to ski the whole of the mountain, dive in powder when you can but spend most of the time on the piste, this is the category for you. For more info check out our Ski Buying Guide
- All Mtn More Off Piste3
If you like to ski everywhere on the mountain but spend a lot of your time off piste and a bit less on piste, this is the section for you. For more info check out our Ski Buying Guide
If you like to stick to the piste 90-100% of the time, carve hard or simply cruise around this is where you want to be looking. For more info check out our Ski Buying Guide
- Park/Pipe (Freestyle)3
If you spend your time lapping the park, jibbing off features or attacking the pipe, this is where you want to be looking. For more info check out our Ski Buying Guide
If you're into big powder lines and are looking for a dedicated ski , we have a wide selection for you here. For more info check out our Ski Buying Guide
- Big Mountain1
For back-country expeditions, insane powder kickers and heli-drops. If this is what you skiing is about then this is your department. For more info check out our Ski Buying Guide
If you race in competition or simply love the speed and thrill a race ski gives, this is where you'll find them. For more info check out our Ski Buying Guide
The length of the ski is an important factor in getting the right ski for you and the terrain you want to ski. For more help check out our Ski Buying Guide
- 190cm +2
Ski Waist Width
This is the measurement at the waist of the ski. This is the narrowest point on a ski and is often refered to as the skis centre as it is the middle of the sidecut radius. A ski with a narrower waist width will be quicker edge to edge and will provide more precise in it's turns. A ski with a wider waist will provide better floatation in soft snow but will be more difficult to turn on. For more help in choosing a waist width check out our Ski Buying Guide.
Ideal for racing and carving hard on piste. Not great in powder or chopped up snow.
Perfect for those that spend their time on piste. Easy to carve and fast edge to edge. Great control and grip and super fast. Not great in powder though,
Versatile all mountain skis. Easy enough to handle on piste and wide enough to give good float off piste. Great for skiers who move on and off piste a lot but spend more time on piste.
This size range contains wide all mountain skis as well as most freestyle skis. Wide all mountain skis are great in powder and choppy snow and can still handle well on piste. Harder to handle than narrower versions, for better skiers only. For freestyle, a wide ski gives solid landings and plenty of surface area for jibs and presses.
Perfect for big powder lines and exert skiers off piste. Hard to handle for beginners and not very good on piste or hard pack.
Camber profile is the curvature of the ski from the tip to the tail. Manufacturers are now producing many different camber profiles for different styles of skiing. If you are into cruising around the pistes or pipe riding we recommend a traditional positive camber ski. For off piste and more hardcore freestyle riding there are now some alternatives to choose from. Also for beginners, early rise rocker can help for easy turns.
- Positive Camber6
Camber is the traditional profile for skis offering skiers lots of edge hold, especially on harder snow. A cambered ski has a smooth arch underfoot and contact points near the tip and tail when unweighted; when the rider’s weight is added with the initiation of a turn, the pressure of their body weight flexes the ski providing a long, evenly pressured running surface and edge. Furthermore, as you unweight your skis at the tail end of a turn, cambered skis rebound to their natural profile, propelling you into your next turn. For more help check out our Ski Buying Guide
- Tip Rocker5
This profile places the front contact point further back from the tip, while the rear contact point remains close to the tail. The rockered tip allows for better flotation and less edge catch for increased float in deep snow, while the cambered rear stores and transmits energy similarly to a fully cambered ski. For more help check out our Ski Buying Guide
- Tip & Tail Rocker1
Early rise tip and tail skis have the playfulness and float of a rockered ski as will as the added edge hold of a cambered ski. Many ski manufacturers offer multiple types of Rocker/Camber/Rocker to facilitate different skiers, by pairing different amounts of rocker and camber with different ski widths and sidecuts, so there’s sure to be one for your needs. For more help check out our Ski Buying Guide
Full reverse camber. Rocker skis excel in deep powder. This profile provides the skis with less tip and tail hang up to prevent from catching edges and allows the skis to initiate turns extremely quickly because the ski achieves the shape it needs to carve before the skier puts any weight on it. This profile doesn't perform as well in icy conditions or on harder snow but if you spend lots of time in deep, untracked snow and like a more playful ski, Rocker is a great choice. For more help check out our Ski Buying Guide
- Light Weight2
Super light weight skis that are designed for touring.
- Reduced Tip Weight-
Thinned out tips to aid spinning and turning in tricky situations.
- Active Dampening-
Shock absorption system with coils and springs that actively reduces vibrations and shocks.
- Eco Construction7
These skis have more eco friendly constructions including reduced waste, natural resins, reduced glue and sustainable wood cores.
- KERS -
An energy recovery system that stores storing energy and releases it at the exit of a turn giving an extra kick and power.
- Adjustable Flex-
Some skis have adjustable flex so that you can tailor the ski depending on the terrain or style of skiing you'll be doing.
- Skin Anchors-
Fixings to attach climbing skis to the bottom of the skis. Some touring skis will have these to make it easier to attach the skins for hikes in the back country.
- Brand New12
Brand new, fresh out of the factory. These usually still have their plastic shrink wrap with them.
- Ex Display-
These skis are brand new and completely unused. They have, however, been on display in a showroom - so may come with minor marks and scuffs on them. Some may have had track bindings mounted on them. Display skis are never drill mounted.
- Ex Demo-
These skis have been used, but not very much! Most come to us direct from the manufacturer or importer's test teams. They tend to be the latest models in superb condition, offering outstanding value for money. Where possible we have indicated any marks, scuffs or scrapes they may have.
Blast the mountain with the Movement Blaster. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
Freestyle, park, rail and slopestyle ski for intermediate to advanced freestyle skiers. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
The flagship freeski from Movement. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
The signature freestyle ski from Movement. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
Movement's flagship high performance piste ski - comes with Marker Glide 12.0 bindings mounted on a track system. - Read More
- Marker Glide 12.0 Bindings
Charge the mountain with the Movement Flair. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
The one ski quiver from Movement. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
Not your average freestyle ski... These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
Take on the whole mountain with the versatile Movement Gloss. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
The number one all round women's ski from Movement. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
Take on the whole mountain with the versatile Movement Zip. These are 'Ski Only' and don't come with bindings. - Read More
- Ski Only
Bursting with energy for the advanced female skier - comes with Marker Glide 10.0 bindings mounted on a track system. - Read More
- Marker Glide 10.0
- Neff Daily Snowboard Pipe Gloves £24.95
- MyCoal Disposable Hand Warmers £1.10
- Rome 390 Boss Snowboard Bindings £134.95
- World Snowboard Guide 11th Edition World Resort Guide £13.95
- The North Face Base Camp Duffel Travel Bag £64.95
- DC Phase Lace Snowboard Boots £80.95
- Sportube Roof Rack Straps £7.95
- 180s Tec Fleece Ear Warmers £21.95
- Forcefield Action Short Pro Impact Shorts £89.95
- Standard Films TB20 Snowboard DVD £19.95
- Rucanor Base Layer Thermal Underwear Set £24.95
- Northwave Domain SL Snowboard Boots £149.95