Recent Ski Reviews
The Blizzard Cochise is one of the longest-standing ski models in production, and Blizzard is changing the ski for 20/21. Check out our First Look and Flash Review for our initial impressions.
Rossignol shocked a lot of us when they announced that they’re killing off their “7” series and replacing it with the very different BLACKOPS collection. Well, we’ve now spent a good chunk of time on one of the new skis, the BLACKOPS Sender Ti — check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
For 20/21, Black Crows are replacing both their Daemon & Navis with a brand-new ski, the Justis. This new ski is not exactly your traditional, 100mm-wide all-mountain ski — check out our video First Look, writeup, and Flash Review for more.
If the words “precision,” “quickness,” and “energy” come to mind when describing your ideal all-mountain ski, the Fischer Ranger 99 Ti should be on your radar. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
As the narrowest ski in K2’s new Reckoner lineup, the Reckoner 102 slots into a crowded space of playful all-mountain skis. Check out our video First Look, writeup, & Flash Review to see our initial impressions and how its design compares to its competition.
This season we’ve been spending a lot of time on the ski we’ve been working on with Folsom, the Blister Pro 104, and you can now check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
We’re finally back on Black Crows’ playful big-mountain ski, the Atris, and you can check out our First Look & Flash Review for our initial impressions.
We’ve now spent a good chunk of time on the Whitedot Altum 104, and have come away quite impressed by the versatility of this playful, all-mountain ski. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
Slotting right in the middle of their new Reckoner lineup, the K2 Reckoner 112 looks like a playful all-mountain ski that blends elements of K2’s past skis (Shreditor 112, anyone?) with a modern construction. Check out our First Look & Flash Review.
This year we’re reviewing the more playful version of Parlor’s Mountain Jay — the McFellon Pro. Check out our First Look & Flash Review for more on this unique, 112mm-wide ski.
We’ve been getting time in Alaska on the super-fat Armada ARG II, and you can now check out our review.
While many ski companies are moving to more traditional designs for the 20/21 season, Line is going in the opposite direction with their new Blade. Check out our video First Look, writeup, and Flash Review of this unique ski.
K2 has a long history of making some pretty great all-mountain-freestyle skis, and they’re once again revamping their lineup for 20/21. Check out our First Look of the new Reckoner 122 for more info on the new line and the widest ski in it, and Blister Members can check out our Flash Review of the 122 for our initial on-snow impressions.
For 20/21, Dynastar is overhauling its freeride lineup, including the addition of the brand-new M-Free 108. For those who liked the Dynastar Menace Proto, we think there could be a lot to like with this new ski. Check out our video First Look, writeup, & Flash Review.
We’ve been spending a lot of time on DPS’s redesigned Zelda A106 C2 and have come away pretty impressed by the versatility of this lightweight all-mountain ski. Check out our full review.
Nordica is changing the Enforcer 100 — a 5-time winner of our “Best Of” award. Check out our First Look & Flash Review to see what’s different, what’s stayed the same, and our initial on-snow impressions.