Floatacious Powder Skis


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

2016's Best Skis: Powder tout Gear Week

2016's Best Skis: Powder

Given how much time you spend dreaming of powder, you may as well own one of these skis that'll let you crush it.

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M's Freeride Skis: 2010

Once the weapon of Westerners, midfats can now conquer East Coast ice, too. So no matter your locale, if soft snow is your specialty but you dabble in the groomed, these skis are for you.

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W's Cruiser Skis: 2010

You're an expert who demands performance. But you'd prefer to do the driving, thank you very much. These skis are a little less touchy and a little less aggressive than their high-end brethren, but still have plenty of power when you shift into overdrive.

Men's Powder Super Wide Skis: 2010 thumb

M's Pow Super Wide Skis: 2010

At home plundering the Wasatch's deeps, these specialty skis eat powder for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Anything else is just empty calories.