The Sego Comp 110 seems like a pretty niche ski — it was designed for freeride skiers who need to ski fast and go big, and also throw tricks. But after a season on it, we think its rare blend of traits could be appealing to many skiers — not just those on the competition circuit. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
The Salomon QST 99 was one of the most versatile skis we’ve reviewed in the past few years, and for 21/22, Salomon is replacing it with the new QST 98. While they’re pretty different, we think Salomon has once again made a ski that could work for a lot of people, but you should check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons to see if the new QST 98 is the ski for you.
Head’s Kore line of freeride skis got a whole lot of attention when they were released a few years ago, and Head is updating the whole line and adding some new models for 21/22. Check out our First Look & Flash Review of the new Kore 111 for more on this new ski and information on the whole 21/22 Kore lineup.