For those who prefer substantial and damp skis to light and reactive ones (especially when conditions get firm), the new Wailer 105 Hybrid T2 is a very good all-mountain option, and a big departure for DPS.
Leki’s Aergonlite 2 Crystal Speedlock has a narrower grip for smaller hands, and some features that make it a good option for both the resort and the backcountry.
We are very pleased to announce that one of our favorite skis of all time, the original Bibby Pro, is back. And it’s now called the Blister Pro.
The new Dynastar Powertrack 89 is an intriguing hybrid design that raises all sorts of questions.
The popular Volkl Aura has been completely overhauled for the 2014-2015 season.
Armada built its brand making fun, playful skis like the JJ. But with the new Invictus, Armada is looking to dominate a different category, too: the directional charger.
The Blizzard Bodacious is the best-looking ski of the 14/15 season, and it’s not just its looks that have us all excited.
Henrik Harlaut’s pro model, the Armada Al Dente, stands in a class of its own as the widest, most jib-oriented park ski we’ve ever tested.
The new 181cm Nordica OMW is a versatile park ski, and we’ll tell you exactly how it stacks up to some of the most popular skis in the category.
The K2 Annex 98 is an all-mountain ski that’s really two different skis under the same topsheet.
The new Salomon X-Drive 8.8 FS is a relatively narrow, super stable ski that shines at speed and in demanding terrain or conditions.
Here’s our 2nd Look at the Rossignol Experience 100, with comparisons to the Line Supernatural 100.
The 4FRNT Madonna is an all-mountain ski that’s fun and playful in lighter, fresh snow, and also does well on groomers and in crud.
The new Blizzard Sheeva is a more playful, tail rockered all-mountain ski that can still be skied hard.
Once again, one of our favorite skis gets a makeover for next season. Meet the new Moment Belafonte.
For those looking for a lighter freeride ski (without the tiny turn radius) for inbounds AND backcountry use, the Countdown 2 makes a whole lot of sense.
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.
This season, Line messed with a good thing and overhauled the Pandora. It’s arguably even better now.
Smooth, intuitive, capable. Here’s our 2nd Look at the Line Supernatural 108.
The new Salomon Q Lab is a beefed-up relative of the Quest 105, available in 3 sizes. We take a look at the 190cm and 183cm models.