Your Favorite Skis of 2010 - Ski Mag

Your Favorite Skis of 2010

Every year, certain skis rise above the rest. So to make it easier for you to find those skis, we've compiled a gallery of reviews of the skis you search for most on our site—including the K2 Backlash, the Line Prophet 100, the Fischer Watea 84, the Dynastar Exclusive Legend, the Armada ARV, and more. Find your 23 favorites of 2010 here.
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