Update: After spending time on more skis in New Zealand, we compare the Blizzard Sheeva to some other skis in its class.
Another round of Two-Ski Quiver Selections, from AK to NZ and Japan.
Your search for the perfect alpine boot might be over.
In our next round of three-ski quiver selections, our reviewer on the East Coast weighs in.
The new K2 Shreditor 102 is playful, yet does surprisingly well in variable conditions. It’s right up there with some of our favorite freestyle-oriented all-mountain skis.
Update: we’ve detailed the specific differences between the prototype & production models of this impressive, playful charger.
Production on the Blister Pros begins this week, so better get your orders in. The response has been great, and we can show you now what the bases will look like.
The Atomic Theory provides an attractive blend of stability, predictability, and forgiveness all at a very good price.
The Lange RS 120 S.C. is a solid boot that can be driven hard in all conditions, but is also really comfortable.
Of all the skis we’ve reviewed, the Volkl V-Werks Katana stands out as certainly the most surprising and one of the most impressive.
The new Atomic Bent Chetler is far more than just a big surfy pow ski.
“I’ve never been on a ski that feels better than the new Line Magnum Opus for sending tricks into pow.”
We’re about to post our thoughts on the new Line Magnum Opus, but before we do, we wanted to run again our review of the original Opus—a ski that earned a ‘Blister Best Of’ Award last year.
Versatile, stable, forgiving, and damp. The Blizzard Bodacious is an outstanding big-mountain / fatter all-mountain ski.
The new SCOTT Vanisher is a light and playful ski that works best in soft conditions and is a whole lot of fun.
Unlike anything Armada has made before, the new Invictus is a directional all-mountain ski with a stout, big-mountain feel.
We take another look at the new DPS Wailer 105, with comparisons to skis in its class from Moment, Line, Salomon, Blizzard, and more.
Blizzard tweaked the Cochise for the 2014-2015 season. Thankfully, this latest version is still one of the best skis in its class.
The redesigned Volkl Aura is quick, stable, and now more versatile.
The new Atomic Automatic 109 has a lot of qualities that helped make the original Automatic a popular ski. It’s light and quick, but fares surprisingly well in challenging conditions.