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

Best Competition-Oriented Park Skis:

• Atomic Punx

Best Of Awards, Blister Gear Review.

With the Punx, Atomic has struck an ideal balance between stiffness, stability, and pop. And it has a low enough swing weight to be really maneuverable in the air and on rails.



 Fischer Nightstick 

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The Nightstick is an incredibly stable and stiff park ski. Its unparalleled stability on jumps comes with a small cost in pop and a bit of additional weight, but not so much that it shouldn’t be considered a real contender in this area. (Review to come.)



 Nordica Ace 

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The Nordica Ace (formerly called the “Ace of Spades”) has remained unchanged for the past few years, and with good reason. It’s a pretty stiff ski that is loaded with pop and is fairly maneuverable on rails and in the air.



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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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