We compare the new Sir Francis Bacon to the ON3P Kartel 108, Faction Candide 3.0, Sego Big Horn 106, Line Sick Day 104, Moment Meridian 107, J Skis Metal, Armada ARV 106Ti, Nordica Enforcer 104 Free, Faction Prodigy 3.0 & 4.0, and Renoun Citadel 106.
RMU’s North Shore 108 seems to combine elements from both the more directional, harder-charging end of the spectrum, as well as the more forgiving and playful side. So what does that actually look like? Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, initial impressions, and Flash Review.
Blizzard decided to overhaul their Zero G touring skis for 19/20, so the question (as always) is how similar or different are the new skis? Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the brand-new Zero G 105.
K2 overhauled their touring skis this year, and after spending a lot of time on it in a wide range of conditions, you can now check out our full review of the widest ski in the series, the Wayback 106.
We compare the Origin 96 to the Liberty Helix 98, Blizzard Rustler 9, Atomic Bent Chetler 100, Renoun Endurance 98, Nordica Enforcer 100, J Skis Masterblaster, 4FRNT MSP 99, Moment Commander 98, ON3P Wrenegade 96, and K2 Pinnacle 95 Ti.
We compare the Helix 98 to the Liberty Origin 96, Atomic Bent Chetler 100, J Skis Masterblaster, Nordica Enforcer 100, 4FRNT MSP 99, Moment Commander 98, Renoun Endurance 98, K2 Pinnacle 95 Ti, Blizzard Rustler 9, and ON3P Wrenegade 96.
We compare the Commander 98 to the Blizzard Bonafide, Volkl Mantra M5, Nordica Enforcer 100, J Skis Masterblaster, Atomic Vantage 97 Ti, Armada Invictus 99 Ti, Head Kore 99, Liberty Origin 96, Renoun Endurance 98, 4FRNT MSP 99, and more…
We’ve asked a number of our reviewers to discuss how they think about putting together a ski quiver, and which specific skis they’d choose. Check out part 2, including additions from Jonathan Ellsworth, Sascha Anastas, Kristin Sinnott, and Brian Lindahl.
The new Rossi Experience 94 Ti has a fairly forgiving shovel and a pretty powerful tail. So does it feel like more of a wider, dedicated carver? Or is it a truly versatile, go-anywhere, all-mountain ski? Check out our full review.