Recent Ski Reviews
Girish means, “Lord of the Mountains,” and this ski lives up to its name.
NTN: the New Telemark Norm. Time for all the freeheelers to geek out, argue, fight, hug, celebrate, etc., etc.
If you’re going to write a review that questions one of the highest profile skis in the industry, that review better be smart. And LONG. Ours is. Ladies and gentlemen, BLISTER’s review of the Rossignol Super 7.
Fortunately, MOMENT doesn’t plan to mess with the Belafonte. The question is: will the Belafonte mess with you?
At BLISTER, we’ll sometimes run a piece of gear by a second (or third) reviewer, just to round out the picture and make sure we get it right. Why so thorough? Because we care. About you, dear reader.
If you haven’t seen this gorgeous ski around, it’s because only 262 of them were made – built by hand in Salt Lake City.
Mark Connell reviews ON3Ps all mountain / park ski, and dubs it the “Franken-park ski.” Yeah, you should probably just read the article.
Here’s Charlie Bradley’s review of next season’s new Rossignol Experience 98. He’s a fan.
Will Brown throws down (and flips) on the Moment Bibby Pros. Then writes this review.
Born from a comp ski (the MOMENT Garbones), the Belafonte earns huge props AS a comp ski—and as a one ski quiver.
Ski: 2010-2011 Black Diamond Justice, 175, cm Dimensions (mm): 138-115-123 Turn Radius: 33m I was a little skeptical of the Black Diamond Justice, despite the good things I’d heard about it. I had previously owned a pair of Black Diamond Verdicts that I’d never grown
First Impressions: Salomon BBR, 186cm Ski dimensions (mm): 147-88-102 (176 cm) Radius: 11.5(166cm)/12.5(176cm)/13.5(186cm) Available length of skis: 166cm, 176cm, 186cm Boots / Bindings: Lange RX 130 / Salomon demo bindings Mount Location: began on the line, but read the review…. Test Location: Taos Ski Valley I
Though the ‘RP’ stands for “Resort Powder,” the DPS Wailer 112RP has proven to be quite versatile outside of deep, fresh snow.