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    2016-2017 Faction Candide 2.0

    If you’re looking for one ski to use in the park and the whole rest of the mountain, the...

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    2016-2017 Nordica Soul Rider 87

    Nordica has made a skinnier Soul Rider, one of our favorite skis. So how similar or different is the...

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    2016-2017 Kitten Factory Razor 95

    The Kitten Factory Razor 95 is a surprisingly versatile park ski that manages to combine impressive stability with a...

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    J Skis Whipit

    The J Skis Whipit is a playful park ski that would make a great east-coast one-ski park quiver.

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    J Skis Allplay

    The J Skis Allplay is a very fun, intuitive mid-fat park ski / all-mountain jib ski that that is...

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    2016 X Games ‘Real Ski’ Breakdown

    X-Games has taken skiing to the streets for the first time, here's our breakdown of the entries.

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    Mind-bending? Physics-Defying? How Big of a Deal is This??

    Last week Vincent Gagnier caused the collective Ski Media to lose its mind. But how insane was this trick,...

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    2016-2017 Salomon NFX

    Two words: supremely stable. The Salomon NFX is the most stable competition slopestyle ski we’ve ever reviewed.

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    2016-2017 Head Caddy

    The Head Caddy might seem like your standard comp ski, but its combination of stability and playfulness make it...

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    2015-2016 Armada E-Dollo

    Henrik Harlaut’s pro model, the Armada Al Dente, stands in a class of its own as the widest, most...

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    2015-2016 Nordica OMW

    The new 181cm Nordica OMW is a versatile park ski, and we'll tell you exactly how it stacks up...

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    2015-2016 Armada AR7

    What's the most versatile park ski on the market? Probably the Armada AR7.

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    2016-2017 Fischer Nightstick

    The Nightstick is a very stiff, competition-ready park ski that can withstand excessive abuse.

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    2014-2015 Faction Silas

    Reviewer Scott Nelson found the Silas to be a stable, predictable, poppy park ski—with a few durability issues. (Granted,...

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    2013-2014 Moment Frankenski

    Moment’s Frankenski is one of the latest designs to prevent blown-out edges on a park ski. And we think...

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  • Moment Vice

    2013-2014 Moment Vice

    In a word, Blister reviewer Scott Nelson calls the Moment Vice "stunning." He then uses a lot more words...

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    2012-2013 Atomic Punx

    The Atomic Punx is a versatile, competition-ready park ski. Lots of stability, lots of pop, lots to like.

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    2015-2016 SCOTT Jib

    Tom Wallisch's signature ski, the SCOTT Jib TW, is a fun, soft ski that is particularly good for hitting...

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    Moment Boville Pant

    Slim is in around the park, so we headed there to check out Moment's slim-fitting pant, the Boville.

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    PREVIEW: Atomic Punx

    The Atomic Punx has developed a strong reputation coming into this season: durable yet light, solid yet nimble. But...

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