2021-2022 Salomon QST Blank

Luke Koppa & Dylan Wood review the Salomon QST Blank for Blister

Salomon just unveiled what will be the widest ski in their lineup for 21/22: the QST Blank. This new ski combines elements of other skis in Salomon’s QST lineup and adds some new ones, too. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons to see what three of our reviewers think of the new ski.

Season Aero Ski

Luke Koppa reviews the Season Aero Ski for Blister

“Stable and quick in all snow conditions” — that’s what Season says about their 96mm-wide Aero ski. And you can now check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons of this unique new ski to see what we have to say about it.

2021-2022 Parlor Warbird

Luke Koppa reviews the Parlor Warbird for Blister

There are lots of smaller-batch ski manufacturers these days, but very few that have branched out into the category of dedicated carving skis. Parlor changed that with their Warbird — a 78mm-wide ski designed to excel on groomed snow.

2020-2021 J Skis Hotshot

Blister reviews the J Skis Hotshot

We’ve now had two reviewers putting in a lot of time on J’s playful, metal-laminate ski — and they’re both big fans. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons of the Hotshot.

Season Nexus Ski

Luke Koppa reviews the Season Nexus ski for Blister

Last fall, Eric Pollard made a surprising announcement: he’d started his own ski and snowboard brand with Austin Smith. We’ll be riding every ski / board in the lineup, but for now, check out our First Look of the 106mm-wide Nexus ski to learn more about the brand and its product lineup.

2020-2021 Volkl Revolt 104

Dylan Wood and Luke Koppa review the Volkl Revolt 104 for Blister

Two of our reviewers have been skiing all over Mt. Crested Butte on Volkl’s new Revolt 104. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.

2020-2021 Hinterland Maul 121

Cy Whitling reviews the Hinterland Maul 121 for Blister

Hinterland is a small-batch ski manufacturer out of Utah, and we’ve been impressed by the widest ski in their lineup, the Maul 121. Check out our full review for more on the ski and how it compares to other playful pow skis on the market.

2020-2021 Faction La Machine

Blister reviews the Faction La Machine

126 mm wide, reverse-cambered, really light — “La Machine” from Faction is not your typical ski, and we’re really curious about how this pow-specific tool will perform this season. Check out our First Look for more info.

2020-2021 Armada Declivity 92 Ti

Luke Koppa reviews the Armada Declivity 92 Ti for Blister

We’ve spent the past few weeks skiing one of Armada’s new metal-laminate skis, the Declivity 92 Ti. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons of this fun, lively, & versatile ski.

2020-2021 Sego Condor 108

Jonathan Ellsworth & Luke Koppa review the Sego Condor 108 for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

Sego’s Condor 108 was one of the more surprising skis we got on last season, and we think it is a reliable, predictable, and versatile tool that will work for a lot of skiers – whether you take a more directional or more playful approach to the mountain. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive Comparisons.

2020-2021 Black Crows Anima

Luke Koppa reviews the Black Crows Anima for Blister

The Anima has been in the Black Crows line for several years now, serving as their playful-yet-stable, big-mountain powder ski. For 20/21, they overhauled the Anima and we’ll be skiing it this season. For now, check out our First Look to see what’s changed with the new ski, and how its design compares to the rest of the market.