Skis

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    2017-2018 Blizzard Spur

    After spending a lot of time on the new Blizzard Spur in it’s ideal environment — deep, Japanese powder...

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    2018-2019 Line Tom Wallisch Pro

    With such an iconic freestyler's name attached to it, we had high expectations for the Line Tom Wallisch Pro....

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    2018-2019 Dynastar Legend X106

    As the most recent iteration of the “Legend” series, the new Dynastar Legend X106 offers an interesting combination of...

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    2018-2019 Black Diamond Boundary Pro 115

    The Black Diamond Boundary Pro 115 looks like a strong contender in the versatile ~115mm powder ski category. Check...

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    Testing in Telluride

    We’re heading to Telluride to test out a *bunch* of new 18/19 gear, and you should meet up with...

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    2017-2018 Line Blend

    The Line Blend might just be the most playful / surfy park ski we’ve ever reviewed, and you can...

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    2017-2018 Atomic Backland FR 109

    We’ve now had two reviewers on the Atomic Backland FR 109 in two different lengths — and they’ve both...

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    8th Annual Blister Awards — OR / SIA

    In part 2 of our OR / SIA awards, we reveal our famed Swagger Award, Most Intriguing Outerwear &...

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    2017-2018 Head Monster 98

    Here are our measured specs and rocker pics for the Head Monster 98.

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    2017-2018 Liberty Genome

    While the rest of the ski world moves towards moderation and all-mountain versatility, Liberty keeps a foot planted in...

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    2017-2018 Blizzard Black Pearl 98

    We’ve been very impressed by the Blizzard Black Pearl 98, and think it will suit a wide variety of...

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    Salomon MTN Carbon S3 Pole

    The Salomon MTN Carbon S3 poles have a few notable features that make them stand out, and are worth...

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    2017-2018 Faction Prime 2.0

    Faction says their touring ski, the Prime 2.0, “excels at high speeds, but keeps it surprisingly nimble when things...

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    2017-2018 Blizzard Sheeva 10

    Blizzard overhauled a lot of their skis this year, including their women’s-specific models. Here’s our First Look at the...

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    2017-2018 G3 FINDr 102

    We've now had more time and more reviewers on the FINDr 102 (and had it in more terrain), so...

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    2017-2018 Dynastar Mythic 97

    We’ve now had two reviewers on the Dynastar Mythic 97, and weigh in on how this light touring ski...

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    2017-2018 Blizzard Rustler 10

    We now have more time on the new Blizzard Rustler 10 in a broader range of conditions. Check out...

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    2017-2018 Line Mordecai, 193 cm

    We’ve already reviewed the 186 cm Line Mordecai, so it's time now to weigh in on how similar or...

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    2017-2018 K2 Ikonic 84 Ti

    We figured we’d end 2017 talking about one of the new skis that’s impressed us the most, and why...

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    2017-2018 K2 Ikonic 84

    Ski: 2017-2018 K2 Ikonic 84, 177 cm Available Lengths: 156, 163, 170, 177 cm Blister’s Measured Tip-to-Tail Length: 177.2...

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