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SIA Preview: Skis

SIA Preview: Skis

Lighter, fatter, and rocker/camber combos are some trends you’ll see in next year’s skis.

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Last Chair- At the Front of the Line

Growing up in Albany, N.Y., Jason Levinthal had more fun on his snowboard than his skis, so as a college senior he designed skis that looked like his board, Igniting the twin-tip revolution. Line skis, now a Top-10 Manufacturer, soon followed.

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Fashion Trends

At SIA, we spotted several fashion trends to watch. Here are nine looks you'll be coveting next year.

Floatacious Powder Skis

Floatacious

Fat skis have redefined the way we ski powder. Once rare, now they’re mainstream—and only getting fatter.

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M's Pow Wide Skis: 2010

Pow and crud are these skis' natural habitat. But when the clouds won't come, they'll graze the groomed like a ride half their size. Built for experts, and perfect for intermediates learning to surf the deep.

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Ski Test Outtakes: 2010

Our expert gear testers—World Cuppers, Olympians, top instructors, retailers and SKI staffers—hit the slopes at Deer Valley, Snowbird and Stratton to put more than 200 skis and boots through the ringer...and the trees, pow, bumps, crud and corduroy. To see what passed the test, click on our gear galleries.