2020-2021 Sego Condor 108

Jonathan Ellsworth & Luke Koppa review the Sego Condor 108 for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

Sego’s Condor 108 was one of the more surprising skis we got on last season, and we think it is a reliable, predictable, and versatile tool that will work for a lot of skiers – whether you take a more directional or more playful approach to the mountain. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive Comparisons.

2020-2021 Volkl Blaze 106

We’re always skeptical when brands claim that their lightweight skis offers “no compromises on the down,” but after spending time on it this past season, the new Volkl Blaze 106 clearly stood out as a lightweight ski that’s still lots of fun on the descent. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.

2020-2021 Blizzard Black Pearl 88

Kristin Sinnott reviews the 2021 Blizzard Black Pearl 88 for Blister

For the 20/21 season, Blizzard decided to update one of the most popular skis in the world, the Black Pearl 88. Check out our First Look & Flash Review to learn more about what’s changed with the new ski, and our initial on-snow impressions.

2020-2021 DPS Pagoda Piste 100 C2

Blister reviews the DPS Pagoda Piste 100 C2

For 20/21, DPS is launching not only several new ski shapes, but also two brand-new ski constructions. They’re making some pretty bold claims about their new Pagoda Piste & Pagoda Tour designs, and you can check out our First Look of the Pagoda Piste 100 C2 to learn about their rationale for those claims and how the design of the ski compares to the rest of the market.

2020-2021 4FRNT Raven

For the 20/21 season, 4FRNT is offering a new, special edition of their excellent Raven ski. Check out our First Look & Flash Review for more on this collab with Eric Hjorleifson & Pomoca, and how the newest Raven compares to the rest of the market.

2020-2021 Dynastar M-Pro 99

Luke Koppa and Jonathan Ellsworth review the Dynastar M-Pro 99 for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

The M-Pro 99 follows a long line of Dynastar’s directional freeride skis, and we think this new ski represents both an interesting departure and an interesting addition to the lineup. Check out our full review and Deep Dive comparisons.

2020-2021 Kastle FX106 HP

Luke Koppa reviews the Kastle FX106 HP for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

The Kastle FX106 HP is a ski that’s quick & lively but that some skiers will still be able to ski quite hard. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons to see if it’d be a good fit for you.

2020-2021 Salomon Stance 90

Luke Koppa reviews the Salomon Stance 90 for Blister

New for 20/21, the Salomon Stance 90 is a metal-laminate all-mountain ski with a design that has us excited about its potential versatility. Check out our First Look to see why.

2020-2021 Whitedot Altum 114

Luke Koppa reviews the Whitedot Altum 114 for Blister in Crested Butte, Colorado.

The Whitedot Altum 114 is one of those skis that we think a very wide range of skiers will like, from those always looking for natural features to hit, to those who ski with a more directional style. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons.

2020-2021 Majesty Vanguard

Luke Koppa reviews the Majesty Vanguard for Blister

New for 20/21, the Majesty Vanguard is a lightweight, twin-tipped, and strong 118mm-wide ski — a combination we don’t see all that often. Check out our First Look & Flash Review for more on this new big-mountain ski.

Deep Dive: Moment Wildcat Tour 108

Sam Shaheen reviews the Moment Wildcat Tour 108 for Blister.

We compare the Wildcat Tour 108 to the Moment Wildcat 108, Moment Deathwish Tour, WNDR Alpine Intention 110, Atomic Backland 107, Blizzard Zero G 105, K2 Wayback 106, Black Diamond Helio 105, Line Vision 108, Amplid Facelift 108, 4FRNT Raven, Renoun Citadel 106, Faction Agent 3.0, & Folsom Cash 106 Carbon.

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2020-2021 Line Blade

In these uncertain times, we figured it’d be a good time to look back on one of the most odd, yet very fun skis we got on this year, the Line Blade. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons of this super-tight-radius, metal-laminate, all-mountain ski.