Recent Ski Reviews
We’ve now spent around. 45 days on the Atomic Bent Chetler 120 — from deep pow to bad snow in technical terrain — and now have an update on its versatility, durability, and who we think will like it most.
We’ve now had several days and a few reviewers on Moment’s new metal-laminate Commander 98, and you can now check out our full review.
This year Blizzard added a narrower ski to their Freeride line, and you can now check out our full review of the Rustler 9.
There aren’t a whole lot of playful pow skis out there that are light enough to tour on, but Folsom’s Trophy Carbon seems like it could fill that role. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, initial impressions, and Flash Review.
We’ve had more days and more reviewers on Moment’s reverse-camber all-mountain ski, the Meridian 107, and you can now check out our updated review.
After using it for more than 50 days, Black Diamond’s Expedition 3 pole has proven to be a reliable piece of equipment that’s worth a look for splitboarders, skiers, or anyone who wants a packable and durable pole for year-round use.
Having gotten more time and more reviewers on the J Skis Masterblaster, we’ve updated our review with comments about the ski’s stability, playfulness, and why it stands out in the all-mountain category.
The Head Supershape i.Titan impressed several of our reviewers last season, earning a Best Of award in our 18/19 Winter Buyer’s Guide. Now you can check out our full review to see why.
Check out part 4 of our reviewers’ 1-ski-quiver selections, with additions from Kara Williard, Scott Nelson, and Joey Teahan.
By lightening up their big-mountain weapon, the Ragnarok, with their “Carbonlite” construction, Whitedot intended to make a true, big-mountain powder charger that’s still light enough to haul uphill. So did they hit the mark with the Ragnarok Carbonlite?
Check out part 3 of our reviewers’ 2-ski quivers, with additions from Paul Forward, Kristin Sinnott, and Joey Teahan.
It’s rare that an updated product is better than its predecessor in every respect, but the redesigned Armada ARV 106 might just be one of those products. Check out our full review.
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.
Renoun’s technology and construction is far from traditional. But what happens when you apply it to a more traditional shape? Check out our full review of the Renoun Z-Line 90.
Here it is, our list of current skis that we think are the best for beginners, or for anyone looking to get back into skiing.
If you are new to skiing — or just haven’t gone in a while — here is our guide to what you ought to look for in a ski, whether you are looking to rent or buy.