With more time in spring conditions, reviewer Lexi Dowdall weighs in on where the Atomic Elysian excels.
The Blizzard Scout looks a whole lot like its popular big brother, the Cochise. But these are definitely not the same ski. Choose wisely.
In a word, Blister reviewer Scott Nelson calls the Moment Vice “stunning.” He then uses a lot more words to explain why.
The Nordica Hell & Back combines proven designs with smart modern updates to create a ski that handles very well. There are a lot of skiers out there who ought to check it out.
If you’re already dreaming of deep winter pow, then you ought to consider adding the Epic Planks Crop Duster to your quiver. It’s an easy, intuitive ski that is going to make a lot of people very happy in soft snow.
The Salomon Quest 105 is a very good Do-Everything ski with that distinctive Salomon “feel.” We’ll explain. And geek out about mount points. And make comparisons to the Rocker2 108…
At 95mm underfoot, the Atomic Elysian is a predictable and versatile ski that shines on groomers, moguls, and trees.
We recently reviewed the new 178cm Salomon Stella (104mm underfoot), now for the similar but narrower Lumen (96mm underfoot). So what do you give up and what do you gain by going skinnier?
Subtle Difference or Different Beast? We’ve weighed in on the 184cm Moment Deathwish, time now to look at the 190cm model.
The Rossignol Sickle is a playful, stable, versatile all-mountain ski. But get yours while you still can…
Based on the popular Bonafide, the Blizzard Kabookie was designed as a lighter option for both resort and backcountry use. But this is no backcountry noodle—it’s more of a race ski tweaked to tackle off-piste conditions.
The Salomon Stella is an all-mountain women’s ski that was designed to do everything well. So far, it largely succeeds.
The SkiLogik Howitzer is well balanced and intuitive, stable at speed, and fun on groomers and in pow. In short, it’s worth a look.
The G3 Alpinist and Alpinist High Traction climbing skins are both great options—in the right terrain.
Reviewer Kevin Bazar said the Praxis WooTest was the best backcountry ski he’d ever owned. After a few tweaks, he thinks the new WooTest is even better.
The SkiLogik Powderball is an EASY ski, especially well suited to those who are new to pow skiing or those who ski the trees a lot on deeper days.
The 192cm Atomic Bent Chetler is more than just a playful pow ski, it easily stomps jumps and handles resort chop and variable backcountry conditions.
The Moment Deathwish and Praxis Concept: two skis with weird camber profiles, designed for slarving and pivoting while maintaining edge hold. Time for a “VS.” review.
Here’s a 2nd Look on the very good Scott Punisher by BLISTER reader Johannes Simon, with comparisons between the 183 and 189 Punisher.
DPS’s new Pure3 construction is supposed to make their skis “more powerful, damper, and more refined.” We’ve A / B’d the current RPC with the new RPC to see for ourselves.