Recent Ski Reviews
Moment now makes 4 different skis under the “Wildcat” name, including the Wildcat Tour 108. So how does the Tour 108’s design compare to the other Wildcats, and to other touring skis on the market? Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
Blizzard is making some updates to their playful all-mountain ski, the Rustler 10, and you can check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the 19/20 Rustler 10 to see how big those updates are.
You’ve been asking, and now we can finally weigh in on the Moment Wildcat 108 (in two lengths). Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
Many of us are currently thinking about our ski setups, and backcountry touring setups in particular present a number of complications and compromises, like where you should look to save weight and where shouldn’t you? Last winter we posted reviewer Cy Whitling’s thoughts on the topic, and now Sam Shaheen chimes in with his own.
The overhauled Salomon QST Stella 106 now looks like it stands out a lot more in the women’s ski market. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions to see why.
Moment just released a new version of their Deathwish — the Deathwish Tour. And after spending time on it this past season, we think the new ski stands out in the touring market. Check out our full review.
Shaggy’s is a relatively new brand that’s making skis in Michigan, and the Ahmeek 105 is their do-everything all-mountain ski that has several very interesting design elements. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
This year Arc’teryx released a very minimalist backcountry ski / snowboard pack. So, how does the new Alpha SK 32 compare to more traditional options, and what do you gain and lose by going with this fast-and-light pack?
We’ve now had three reviewers on ON3P’s new Woodsman 108, and it’s time to weigh in on how their newest all-mountain ski performs, and how it compares to their Wrenegade 108, their Jeffrey 108 (and in our Deep Dive Comparisons, pretty much every other relevant ski on the market). Check it out.
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 the rest of the Salomon QST skis, the widest ski in the brand’s lineup, the QST 118, is getting some updates for 19/20. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the new QST 118.
We had three reviewers on Volkl’s new Mantra 102 this year, and we all think it’s an excellent addition for skiers seeking high-speed stability and all-round performance.
G3’s lightweight 19/20 FINDr series features something that we have never seen before in skis — magnets. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the new FINDr 102.
We were fans of the popular Salomon QST 106, and it was one of our top picks for “50/50” inbounds & backcountry use. But for 19/20, Salomon has redesigned this ski, and we think it now has a different target demographic. Check out our review of the new QST 106.
The G3 ROAMr 108 is specifically designed for both inbounds skiing and backcountry touring, and with its two layers of titanal and a relatively low weight, we think it will work well for a lot of skiers interested in a “50/50” ski.
Salomon is launching a whole new line of frontside skis for 19/20, and you can check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the S/Force Bold to see how its design compares to the competition.