When we first saw the 19/20 Liberty Origin 106, we thought the new ski could have increased versatility without losing much of what made it stand out from the competition. And after spending time on it, we think that’s exactly what Liberty has achieved. Check out our full review.
Armada is tweaking their Tracer 98 for 19/20 in order to be more competitive with the growing class of ~100mm-wide backcountry and 50/50 skis. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions to see what they changed.
When Fischer announced a narrower version of their excellent Ranger 102 FR, we were instantly intrigued. Now you can check out our full review to see how the new Ranger 94 FR performs, and what type of skier will like it most.
Along with their unisex QST skis, Salomon is also updating the women’s versions of their popular QST line of all-mountain skis. So, what’s different? Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the 19/20 QST Lumen 99.
Faction is bringing back the Chapter name to their lineup for 19/20, but these new Chapter skis are nothing like the previous skis that shared their name. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the Chapter 1.0.
After spending time on it in conditions ranging from fast and firm to steep and deep, the brand-new K2 Mindbender 106c Alliance has proven to be one of the most versatile wider women’s skis we’ve used.
The brand-new Prior Northwest 100 slots into a diverse class of playful all-mountain skis. So how does its design compare to the competition? Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.