Recent Ski Reviews
While it sounds cliche, the Season Forma is a ski that legitimately makes you look at the mountain in a different way. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons to see why it has become one of the standout skis this year for our managing editor.
Lightweight and playful, the Line Vision 118 should be on your list if you’re looking for a pow ski that you’ll use in the backcountry, the resort, or a mix of both.
The Blizzard Bonafide has long been a reference point in the all-mountain category, but these days, it might stand out more than ever before. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons of the overhauled Bonafide 97.
After almost 20 days on it, the women’s MSP CC has proven to be a particularly versatile ski, whether you’re looking to push your limits in challenging terrain, or taking it easy. Check out our full review.
From the steep and deep to the firm and fast, we’ve been spending a lot of time on the overhauled 4FRNT Devastator. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons to see how the new ski compares to its predecessor and the rest of the playful all-mountain market.
Blizzard updated their all-mountain charger this season, and it’s now time for us to weigh in on the updated Cochise 106. Check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons.
Renoun’s skis are legitimately unique, due to the non-Newtonian polymer in their construction. We’ve been spending time on their narrowest all-mountain ski, the Endurance 88, and the results have, once again, been very surprising. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons.
With the updates made for 20/21, Sego turned their Big Horn 106 into an even more versatile and stable, yet still very playful all-mountain ski. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons.
Faction’s original Dictator 3.0 was a radical ski when it was first released. It was stiff, had two layers of metal, and it was also very light. But the ski market has changed since then, and so has the Dictator 3.0. Check out our First Look & Flash Review of the latest Dictator 3.0.
Salomon just unveiled what will be the widest ski in their lineup for 21/22: the QST Blank. This new ski combines elements of other skis in Salomon’s QST lineup and adds some new ones, too. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons to see what three of our reviewers think of the new ski.
“Stable and quick in all snow conditions” — that’s what Season says about their 96mm-wide Aero ski. And you can now check out our full review & Deep Dive comparisons of this unique new ski to see what we have to say about it.
There are lots of smaller-batch ski manufacturers these days, but very few that have branched out into the category of dedicated carving skis. Parlor changed that with their Warbird — a 78mm-wide ski designed to excel on groomed snow.
We’ve now had two reviewers putting in a lot of time on J’s playful, metal-laminate ski — and they’re both big fans. Check out our Full Review & Deep Dive comparisons of the Hotshot.
Atomic just announced the replacement to their current Vantage series: the brand-new Maverick & Maven all-mountain skis.
Last fall, Eric Pollard made a surprising announcement: he’d started his own ski and snowboard brand with Austin Smith. We’ll be riding every ski / board in the lineup, but for now, check out our First Look of the 106mm-wide Nexus ski to learn more about the brand and its product lineup.
Volkl just announced new versions of their Mantra & Secret skis. Check out what they’re changing with the latest M6 Mantra & Secret 96.