For 18/19, the Liberty Genesis 106 will be the widest women’s ski Liberty makes, so we spent this season testing it in everything from powder to chalky steeps to see where this wider all-mountain ski feels most at home. Check out our review.
After numerous requests, we’ve finally been getting on some skis from Elan. First up is the Ripstick 96, and it’s a very interesting introduction to the brand. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
Skis that truly excel in rough conditions seem to be becoming rarer these days. But the Prior Husume is a ski designed to buck this trend. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
K2 is overhauling their best-selling Wayback series of touring skis, and there is a lot to like about the all-new, very light Wayback 106. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
Our managing editor won’t stop raving about the Ranger 102 FR. It’s actually getting kind of annoying. But you should probably check out what all the fuss is about (and the rest of us are going to need to get on this thing). Here’s his review.
This year, BCA released an all-new lighter and more compact version of their Float airbag system, and we’ve been spending much of this season touring in the new Float 27 Speed pack. Check out our review.
We’ve now spent time on the Scrapper 115 both inside and outside the resort. Check out our thoughts on how it stacks up against a number of other ~115mm-wide skis, and how well it works as a touring ski, inbounds ski, and 50/50 ski.
New for 18/19, the Sego Condor Ti is a big-mountain ski with some intriguing design elements — and an avocado on its topsheet. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, initial impressions, and Flash Review.