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.
We’ve got new details on the Blister Pro, including pricing and how to order this limited-edition ski.
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.
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.
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.