Nearly every country's demo teams at the latest Interski event skied on either FIS or non-FIS slalom skis. Why?
Because a well-constructed slalom ski is probably one of the most versatile skis available today. Besides its obvious ability to carve short-radius turns on hard snow, a slalom ski can produce turns of nearly any size and shape, handle variable terrain, and most importantly, help the instructor ski at their absolute best.
Do you ski on a slalom ski? If you're an instructor serious about your craft, you should be!
Need some? Naturally, we've got some and would love to have you look (https://shop.premierskis.com/collections/race/slalom-skis) but all the major brands have slalom skis that will not only make you a better skier and instructor, but are exceptionally fun!