Parlor Skis is a custom manufacturer in Boston, and their Cardinal 100 has stood up very well against several of the best all-mountain skis in its class.
With the new Bonafide, Blizzard managed to make a very good all mountain ski even better.
Coalition Snow is a new company designing skis by women, for women. So far, we’ve been very impressed by their powder ski, the Abyss.
The Moment Tallac is a purpose-built touring ski that won’t wear you out on the way up, while providing a solid ride on the way down.
Update: the La Sportiva Spectre has stood as one of the most adjustable and best values in AT boots—and it’s been updated to provide a better fit.
If you’re looking for a ski that will allow you to Trick or Charge, the ON3P Jeffrey 114 is as good as anything we’ve been on.
Thule’s Sonic Alpine Cargo Box looks great, doesn’t kill your gas mileage, and will keep your gear clean and dry.
Fischer has created a hybrid ski for use in the resort and out. Check out where we think the Ranger W 98 is most in its element.
In this 2nd Look, we focus on the Aura’s groomer and powder performance.
Romp built two custom skis for Blister from the same mold, but with very different designs. Here’s our review of the second, freestyle-oriented ski.
The Moment Tahoe is no joke. And when it comes to making big turns at very high speeds, we haven’t skied anything that rivals it.
DPS has released a line of light, touring-specific skis with their new “Tour1″ construction, and we’ve been putting in some time on the Wailer 112RP2 Tour1 in Alaska.
Nordica’s new Enforcer is a fantastic all-mountain ski, with a blend of quickness, smoothness, and stability that we haven’t seen from a ski in this class.
Update: we’ve added a 2nd review of the Spur by Paul Forward, conducted while heli & resort skiing in Alaska.
For an all-mountain charger of this width, the Whitedot Director is the best we’ve tested in deep powder.
The Moment Ghost Train is a weird looking pow ski that may force us to turn the expression “two-faced” into a compliment.
We’ve been A/B-ing the current and the new Blizzard Cochise, so here’s our first review on its soft snow performance.
For 15/16, Nordica is bringing back the Enforcer—at least in name, and perhaps in character, too.
The Whitedot Redeemer sits between more playful, forward-mounted pow skis and more substantial, traditionally-shaped skis. The less you feel like choosing sides, the more interesting you’ll find the Redeemer.
We’ve been putting quite a bit of time on the new Blizzard Cochise. Our first review drops on Sunday.