Recent Ski Reviews
Fauna Skis is a new ski brand that’s taking a different approach than most when it comes to the construction and aesthetics of their skis. The Pioneer is their “freeride” ski, and we haven’t seen anything quite like it. Check out our video First Look & writeup.
After spending 15 days on it, you can now check out our full review and Deep Dive comparisons of the 184 cm Wildcat 108.
This year Moment tweaked their long-standing all-mountain-freestyle ski, the PB&J, and we’ll be spending more time on the new version this season. For now, check out our First Look video & writeup for our initial impressions.
We recently received the Kastle MX99, and this ski has many of us at Blister very, very excited. Check out our First Look to see why.
Check out Part 2 of our reviewers’ 1-ski-quiver selections, including additions from Jonathan Ellsworth, Sascha Anastas, Kara Williard, & Paul Forward.
The quivers keep getting smaller, and the decisions keep getting harder. We’re now asking our reviewers to cut their quivers down to 2 skis, and you can now check out all of their selections.
Check out Part 2 of our reviewers’ 3-ski-quiver selections, with additions from Kristin Sinnott, Kara Williard, Sascha Anastas, Jonathan Ellsworth, & Cy Whitling.
Check out part 2 of our reviewers’ 4-ski-quiver selections, including additions from Eric Freson, Kara Williard, Paul Forward, Sascha Anastas, and Sam Shaheen.
It’s that time of year — we’re fantasizing about skiing and our ideal ski quivers. We’ll be rolling out a bunch of our reviewers’ personal selections, and we’re kicking it off with our 5-ski quivers.
Renoun is currently working on adding a wider ski to their lineup, and we recently received a prototype of their new Citadel 114. Check out our First Look for our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of this lightweight, uniquely constructed ski.
The new Commander 118 is a metal-laminate ski with a big sidecut radius that looks like it means business. So how does it compare to the old Moment Governor, the current Moment Wildcat, and what else is notable about this ski? Check out our First Look.
WNDR Alpine is a new ski brand with an origins story unlike any other, and they utilize a unique algal-derived composite in their construction. Check out our First Look for our initial impressions of both the cambered and reverse-cambered versions of their new ski.
Next up in our ‘Saving Weight in Your Backcountry Ski Setup’ series, reviewer Paul Forward discusses where he chooses to cut weight in his backcountry gear, and where he opts to keep a bit of weight for better downhill performance.
While it’s been around for quite a while now, the Deathwish is still unlike most skis on the market. And for 19/20, it’s getting tweaked. We have both the 184 cm and 190 cm versions of the new ski, and you can check out our First Look for more info.
The 4FRNT Renegade has been Eric Hojorleifson’s go-to ski for many years now, and 4FRNT tweaked it again for 19/20. Check out our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the latest iteration of Hoji’s venerable pow ski.
We recently talked about the everyday, all-mountain ski we’ve been developing with Folsom, and you can now check our measured specs, rocker pics, and initial impressions of the result: the Folsom Blister Pro 104.