2013-2014 Blister ‘Best Of’ Awards — Part 3

Best Women’s All-Mountain, Soft-Snow Oriented Skis

 Nordica La Niña

Two Ski Quiver, Blister Gear Review.

The La Niña has stood out over the last two seasons as one of the best all-mountain powder skis. At 113mm underfoot, it floats great in powder, but can also rip groomers and hardpack. The ski is playful, yet still plenty stability for fast, aggressive skiing.



• Rossignol Savory 7

Two Ski Quiver, Blister Gear Review.

The new Savory 7 is a light ski that rips. Although it wasn’t built for firm snow, it is certainly manageable in those conditions. And once the conditions soften, the Savory 7 is an incredibly fun ski that is both really light while still being relatively stiff. It’s a great combination for soft snow.


NEXT PAGE: Best Stiff, Competition-Oriented Park Skis

1 comment on “2013-2014 Blister ‘Best Of’ Awards — Part 3”

  1. Highly agree with the above selections but I would urge anyone looking towards a stiff competition park ski to consider the volkl wall. Coming in a plethora of different sizes, fully symmetrical, with plenty of stiffness and pop to boot it is definitely a contender with the above picks.

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