Recent Ski Reviews
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.
Lots of us are currently dreaming of skiing and / or our next skis. But one of our Blister members schemed up a new custom ski, then gave it a great name: the ‘Extra Crunchy’ PB&J. Check out the backstory & specs for this ECPB&J, and let us know about any dream builds you’ve thought up.
Salomon overhauled their QST 99 for 19/20, and we think the new ski ought to be very appealing to a whole lot of skiers. Check out our full review.
Apart from the name, the new K2 Mindbender 116C doesn’t share a lot in common with the Mindbender 99Ti and Mindbender 108Ti. And that’s no accident. Check out our full review for more.
When we first saw the 19/20 Liberty Origin 106, we thought the new ski could have increased versatility without losing much of what made it stand out from the competition. And after spending time on it, we think that’s exactly what Liberty has achieved. Check out our full review.
Volkl is making some important updates to their 19/20 women’s Freeride line, including the new Secret 102. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
We had three reviewers on two different lengths of K2’s new Mindbender 99Ti, and you can now check out our full review.
This season we spent time on another length of the J Skis Friend and have added an update on the 183 cm version of J’s pow ski.
The new Volkl Revolt 121 stood out this spring across a broad range of conditions and surprisingly deep snow. Check out our full review and Deep Dive on the site for more on this playful pow ski.
DPS is updating their Wailer 106 for 19/20, and you can check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the new Wailer A106 C2.
This season we had two reviewers spending time on 4FRNT’s playful pow ski, the Inthayne, and you can now check out our full review.
Armada is tweaking their Tracer 98 for 19/20 in order to be more competitive with the growing class of ~100mm-wide backcountry and 50/50 skis. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions to see what they changed.
When Fischer announced a narrower version of their excellent Ranger 102 FR, we were instantly intrigued. Now you can check out our full review to see how the new Ranger 94 FR performs, and what type of skier will like it most.
Compared to the current crop of 100mm-wide skis out there, Liberty is going in a different direction with their new evolv 100. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions.
For those people who like to skin up for their turns and then slash, spin, and play around on the way down, the Amplid Facelift 108 is a very good option. Check out our full review.