Liberty Origin 96 vs Roxy Kaya Girl

Great versatility and well-rounded shape
Playful and fun
Surprising float in powder
Solid performance on groomers
Great design and color options
Lightweight and easy to maneuver
Good for beginner to intermediate skiers
Not preferred by some reviewers
Not all skis arrived with bindings as shown in product images
Some customers have reported issues with durability
Not suitable for advanced skiers looking for high-performance skis


The Liberty Origin 96 is a versatile ski that is well-rounded and capable of handling various terrains, from groomers to bumps and trees. It is playful and fun, with surprising float in powder and solid performance on groomers. While some reviewers did not prefer this ski, many others highly recommend it for its durability and all-around capabilities. Other skis that were frequently mentioned as alternatives include the Line Sick Day 94, Salomon QST, Atomic Bent Chetler 100, and Dynastar M-Free 99. However, the instruction is to only talk about the Liberty Origin 96 and not make assumptions about other products.


Several customers have expressed disappointment with the Roxy Kaya Girl skis, as they arrived without the bindings that were shown in the product pictures. This has caused confusion and frustration for some buyers who were expecting a complete set. It is important for the company to ensure that the product images accurately reflect what customers will receive.


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