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Montana-based Peak Ski Company introduces a new line of direct-to-consumer products featuring newly-developed technology.
The bad news is these skis won't be on retail shelves next season. The good news is, they're on sale now.
The narrowest ski in the new Fischer Ranger series represents an entirely new direction for the brand.
Say goodbye to the hot pink Fischer Ranger 102 FR and hello to a whole new Ranger lineup.
Just like people, skis have different personalities. These skis are the extroverts in the all-mountain category.
These forgiving skis won’t punish you for imperfect form or technique.
These skis have a knack for digging in when the going gets tough.
These burly sticks take some steering, but put in the work, and you'll reap the rewards.
"I'm looking for something fun in the powder & trees mostly, but that won't be too squirely on groomers."
These frontside skis successfully straddle the line between the carving and all-mountain categories.
Why should you trust SKI's gear reviews? Because our veteran testers know skis—like, really know them.
If you like to go fast in crud and variable terrain on powder days, you’d probably give the Nordica Enforcer 110 top marks.
Despite the hardcore name and top sheets, the Faction Dictator 2.0 is a surprisingly forgiving, playful, and fun ski.
All-black, all-speed, and all-mountain. The Elan Ripstick 96 Black Edition is back for 2022 and it comes with QuadRod technology.
Skinny, blue, and incredibly powerful, the Black Crows Mentis Freebird is an ideal option for long uphills.
Super lightweight, great for skiing the steeps, and reasonably priced? The Dynafit Blacklight 95 checks all the boxes.
This Swiss ski brand is making some waves in the North American backcountry ski scene, and, with lightweight skis like this one, it's easy to see why.
The DPS Pagoda Tour 106 C2 is made with foam in the core, but it's also made to be super fun on the down. Here's why.
The Utah-based company built a super-fat backcountry ski for earning your turns in powder. Here's how it skis.
Intermediates looking to get off the groomed would do well to consider the Dynastar M-Pro 99 W.
Like to bop around in the bumps? Allow us to introduce you to these cute shorties.
Testers agreed that the Wildcat 82 C would make a great all-mountain tool for beginners and intermediates.
Designed primarily for the frontside, the Wild Belle 78 CA will impress intermediates and advanced skiers alike.
Those looking for a wider ski to get off the groomed and into the bumps, trees, and crud will appreciate the QST Stella’s versatility.
The Ripstick 102 W skis more like a wide race ski than a fatter all-mountain stick.
This ski surprised testers who poo-pooed Black Diamond’s credibility in the resort ski arena.
No one should call it quits when the refills are free.
Testers couldn’t say enough about this ski’s poppy and energetic personality.
“Easy to engage, easy to release, easy to ski.”
A great option for someone getting into the sport but wants a ski that can take them to the next level and beyond.
Wondering about the all-new Rossignol Experience 86 Ti Frontside Ski? Check out our testers' scores in this in-depth review.
These chargers remain a top freeride option, especially for those with the pocket change for this level of ski.
It's everything you love about the wider Secret 102, but in a slimmer, more playful package.
On firm snow, the Hotshots' Vermont roots came to light.
Back for a third season, the all-mountain K2 Mindbender 99Ti is still just as happy as can be in all conditions.
The all-new Black Diamond Impulse 98 can hold its own at the resort and in the backcountry, making it an ideal do-it-all ski.
At SKI Test, the Rossignol Black Ops Sender Ti ski had hardly any faults and wasn't ranked lower than fourth in any category.
You thought there was no such thing as playful Völkl ski? Think again.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.
When the going gets tough, the Stöckli Nela 96 gets going.
No metal? No problem! The Rossignol Black Ops Escaper dials up the playfulness and forgiveness scores thanks to its lightweight nature.
The sixth generation of the Völkl Mantra lives up to the hype, as the German company has somehow tailored a great ski to be even better.
The lightweight Völkl Blaze 106 can hold its own all over any ski resort, as well as deep into the backcountry.
It’s not the fattest ski out there, but testers appreciated how versatile the M-Free 108 is.
The all-new Disruption MTi Alliance is not the loosey-goosey K2 you've come to expect.
This ski excels on edge, but won't punish skiers who are still working on their carving chops.
The Völkl Secret 102 holds an edge and carves, even on hard snow, surprisingly well for a wide-waisted ski.
The Fischer RC One 86GT frontside ski returns for 2022, and has already become a classic ski that includes a binding.
A confidence booster that can ski short turns right into pure-carve GS turns, then off the piste into some soft fluff. Superb!
This is a crud-busting all-mountain ski for intermediates and experts alike.
A lightweight all-mountain tool that skis with the conviction of a heavyweight.
This ski is proof that a wider-waisted ski can hold its own in the carving department and offer a little versatility to boot.
The Nordica Enforcer 94 took top scores for Flotation, Crud Performance, and Balance of Skills/Versatility at this year's SKI Test.
This ski likes to impress advanced skiers with her stability on the groomers.
The Rossignol Rallybird Ti isn't the most forgiving ski in the bunch, but advanced ladies with strong technique will reap its benefits.
And the new Queen of the Mountain is...a unisex ski. But an extremely forgiving and playful one at that.
A unisex powder ski that charges the mountain like an all-mountain ski.
One of the most consistent performers in the women's all-mountain wide category.
With the narrowest waist in the men's all-mountain ski category, the Armada Declivity 92 Ti is quick, playful, and carvy.
The Völkl Kendo 88 was nearly perfect at SKI Magazine's annual SKI Test. Get all the details about this Best in Test Frontside Ski.
The iconic Salomon QST 106 is back for its third season. See how it stacked up compared to the rest of the all-mountain wide field this year.
A ski that's stable and playful? Allow us to introduce this new all-mountain number form Armada.