Recent Ski Reviews
For 20/21 Faction is expanding their Agent series of touring skis with the addition of the Agent 3.0 & Agent 4.0. Check out our First Look to see how the Agent 3.0’s design compares to the increasingly diverse backcountry category.
This year Sego not only updated their hard-charging, backcountry oriented Condor Ti, they also made a whole line of skis from it. The revised Condor 108 still stands out in the current market, and you can check out our First Look & Flash Review for more info.
The Parlor McFellon Pro & Mountain Jay make for a great example of how you can take the same shape and come up with two very different skis that work for very different skiers. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons of the McFellon Pro.
Volkl is launching a new line of “lightweight freeride” skis for 20/21, the Blaze series, which are supposed to handle everything from days on the skin track to laps in the resort. Check out our First Look & Flash Review of the new Blaze 106.
WNDR Alpine’s Intention 110 may sound weird on paper (it incorporates algae), but it’s been anything but weird on snow. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons to see why.
Back when we first took a look at Line’s ultralight Vision 98, we said it didn’t look like anything else on the market. And after skiing it throughout the past year, we’d also say it doesn’t ski like anything else out there, either. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
Blister reviewer Paul Forward has used a *lot* of different avalanche airbag systems, and the electric Alpride / Scott E1 system is his current favorite. Check out our review of the Scott Patrol E1 30 pack for his take on both the backpack itself and the E1 airbag system.
There are now loads of ways to walk uphill and ski down, but Daymakers Alpine Touring Adapters are different. They let you skin up and ski down in your regular alpine setup. So … how well do they work?
We came away very impressed by Whitedot’s Altum 104, but what about the wider version? Check out our First Look of the Altum 114.
We’ve been spending a lot of time on the current iteration of Moment’s Commander 98, and we think this metal-laminate all-mountain ski offers something pretty different from the competition that could make it very appealing to certain skiers. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
K2 is overhauling its frontside lineup for 20/21, and the new Disruption skis feature a construction that has the potential to set them apart from the competition. Check out our First Look of the Disruption 82Ti for more info.
Elan is updating their freeride skis for 20/21 — check out our First Look of the new Ripstick 106 to see what’s changed.
This past season we became very big fans of Line’s lightweight Vision skis. For 20/21, Line is expanding the lineup with the brand-new Vision 118 — check out our First Look & Flash Review.
We’ve had a few reviewers putting a lot of time on DPS’s recently revised Wailer A106 C2, and you can now check out our full review for our take on the ski and how it compares to the previous Wailer A106.
For 20/21 Salomon is launching a new line of metal-laminate, all-mountain skis, and we’re pretty excited about the new Stance series. Check out our First Look and Flash Review of the Stance 96.
Last year Prior’s Northwest 110, a fairly heavy, strong, yet playful-looking ski, earned our “Dying to Try It” award, and now having spent a good chunk of time on it, we’re very glad we did, in fact, get to try it. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.