The updated Rustler 10 looks similar to the old version on paper, but there are some key differences between the two that we think could make the new version a more appealing option for many resort skiers. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
The new Mindbender 115C Alliance is the widest women’s ski in K2’s 19/20 lineup, but we think its versatility makes it a very appealing option for a lot of skiers. Check out our full review, including comparisons to the Nordica Santa Ana 110 and Blizzard Sheeva 11.
Along with their unisex QST skis, Salomon is also updating the women’s versions of their popular QST line of all-mountain skis. So, what’s different? Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the 19/20 QST Lumen 99.
After spending time on it in conditions ranging from fast and firm to steep and deep, the brand-new K2 Mindbender 106c Alliance has proven to be one of the most versatile wider women’s skis we’ve used.
Icelantic is updating their women’s Freeride collection for 19/20, and you can now check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the 1-ski-quiver candidate in the line, the Maiden 101.
The DPS Alchemist Uschi 94 won a “Best Of” award in our Winter Buyer’s Guide this year, and now you can read our full review to see why we’re such big fans of this lightweight women’s all-mountain ski.
This year the Line Pandora 104 replaced a Blister favorite, the Pandora 110. But after spending a lot of time on the new ski, it’s become another favorite, and earned itself a “Best Of” award. Check out our full review for more.