Recent Ski Reviews
Check out our reviewers’ 4-ski quiver picks, with Luke Koppa, Kara Williard, & David Golay kicking things off in Part One.
Check out Part Two of our reviewers’ 5-ski quiver picks, with additions from Jonathan Ellsworth, Kristin Sinnott, Paul Forward, & David Golay.
The Pagoda Tour 100 RP is an easy, intuitive touring ski that we think would work very well for the backcountry skiing that most people do. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
The free digital version of our 21/22 Winter Buyer’s Guide is now available for all to view.
Nordica just announced their first line of touring-oriented skis. We’ll be spending time on them soon, but in the meantime, learn more about the new skis here.
Historically, Wagner has only offered fully custom skis. But last year they made four models for the Blister Summit, and those Summit skis are now available as stock, “factory” options. The Summit 97 is their take on a versatile and stable all-mountain ski, and we think it is an excellent execution of that concept. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
4FRNT just launched their 2021-2022 ski lineup, and back at the Blister Summit, we sat down with 4FRNT’s Sam Kimmerle & Nick Africano to get the rundown on the brand-new Switch; the consistently positive feedback surrounding the MSP 107; who has the coolest name in the ski industry; and more.
The Sego Comp 110 seems like a pretty niche ski — it was designed for freeride skiers who need to ski fast and go big, and also throw tricks. But after a season on it, we think its rare blend of traits could be appealing to many skiers — not just those on the competition circuit. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
Two of our reviewers spent time on DPS’s new, playful all-mountain ski and both really enjoyed their time on it. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons of the Koala 103 for more on this versatile ski.
Head’s updated 21/22 Kore lineup includes everything from fat pow skis to much narrower options for more typical conditions. Today we’re talking about the latter end of that spectrum — check out our First Look of the new Kore 87.
The 93mm-wide Serpo is another brand-new addition to the Black Crows 21/22 lineup, but it doesn’t look very much like most other ~93mm-wide all-mountain skis. Check out our First Look & Flash Review for more on this ski and our initial impressions.
Today WNDR Alpine released their third ski, the Reason 120, and we sat down with WNDR’s Matt Sterbenz to get the backstory on the new ski; why it was actually the first ski he wanted to make; how it compares to their Vital 100 & Intention 110; and more.
Many of us at Blister have been big fans of the skis in Dynastar’s M-Free collection, and they’re launching a brand-new one for 21/22. Check out our First Look & Flash Review for more on the M-Free 99.
The Apostle has been in RMU’s lineup for over a decade, and they’re fully overhauling it for 21/22. The new 3.0 version is available in two widths and three different constructions, and you can check out our First Look & Flash Review of the Apostle 3.0 106 for more on the new skis.
The Volkl Mantra has been a reference ski in the all-mountain category for over a decade, and Volkl updated it for 21/22. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons to see what’s new, what isn’t, and how this new ski compares to the current market.
There is nothing “typical” about the Black Crows Mirus Cor, and that’s why we’re excited about it. Check out our First Look & Flash Review to learn more about this 87mm-wide, tight-turning, twin-tipped ski.