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