The Ghost Train is Moment’s “pure-powder” performer. Our testing of it begins today in Taos, and you can check out our initial thoughts and rocker pics of the skis now.
The Moment Sierra may be one of the best all-mountain skis we’ve reviewed, given its combination of hard snow and soft snow performance.
The Whitedot Skis Redeemer sits favorably in the growing class of ~8 lb-per-pair powder skis, and should be on the radar of anyone who tours for untracked snow, or who just prefers lighter pow skis.
For 15/16, Faction is replacing their burly, big-mountain ski, the Thirteen, with the Eleven. Take a look at what Faction’s done to their hardest-charging ski.
We’ve reviewed the last two iterations of the biggest Bent Chetler, time now to address the 185cm version.
If you’re looking for a directional big mountain ski that crushes soft conditions, check out the women’s version of Eric Hjorleifson’s pro model: the 4FRNT Hoji W.
DPS has released a line of light, touring-specific skis with their new “Tour1″ construction. Here are our initial thoughts on the Wailer 112RP2 Tour1.
We’ve been looking to get on Candide Thovex’s pro model skis for a few seasons, and we’re more curious than we’ve ever been about the updated CT 3.0.
The Moment Exit World has been redesigned for 2016, and our initial time on the ski was promising.
Last season, K2 made some pretty big changes to the stiff, all-mountain Slayblade. See how the new model compares.
It’s coming back next season, so we took a 2nd Look at the Line Supernatural 100, a narrower version of the (impressive) Supernatural 108.
Just like the Line Pandora, the new, narrower Pandora 95 should be an excellent women’s all-mountain ski, especially for skiing bumps and groomers.
Flylow’s new Billie Coat is the perfect blend of function and fashion if you’re looking for a more feminine, freeride-oriented hardshell.
The redesigned Armada JJ 2.0 should be more versatile than the original, and way more hardcore (thanks to Metallica).
Check out the new Atomic Vantage 95 C, the replacement for Atomic’s best-selling Vantage Theory.
Black Diamond has retooled their entire ski lineup for the 2015-2016 season. Here’s our review of the new Boundary 107, a versatile ski that ought to have pretty broad appeal.
The Volkl V-Werks Katana gets a new look next season. Check it out.
The ON3P Jeffrey 114 is a descendant of the popular Caylor, and looks like a very strong contender in the “playful charger” class of versatile powder skis.
We introduce the new Vantage series from Atomic, and a ski that Atomic claims is the best they’ve ever made.
Romp is building two skis for Blister reviewers this season. Both are from the same mold, but have very different designs. Here is the first ski, and we’ve been quite impressed.