We hammered more than 170 pairs of skis this year at Deer Valley so you don't have to. Here are the ones that made the cut. Ski strong and prosper.
2019 Race Ski
The best planks to get you up and down beyond the ski resort boundaries.
Over 140 ski models were tested in four categories for each gender. These are the best of the best.
These are the skis of the future, and you don't have to be a cool kid to enjoy them.
These independent brands are pushing the big guys to innovate, change, and just be better.
The offerings in this category are more versatile than ever: More sidecut, more camber, more manageable waist widths, and shorter turn radii.
If you've never been on fat skis when it's deep, you're missing out on floaty turns, longer days, and more fun than a barrel of monkeys.
The 98mm waist has been the little black dress for years. While many brands are trending towards narrower options, these skis are still the Queens of the West, and know a thing or two about flotation.
Skis for soft-snow lovers who know it's not always bottomless, or one-ski quiver options for most in the West. Theses are the best of the best, and for good reason.
More camber, flatter tails, and the return of the turn. Many brands entered more skis in this category than in All Mountain Wide, indicating the narrower trend is catching on in a big way.
From the front to the back, the soft to the firm, these are the only boards you need. You don't even have to check the snow report because these skis always deliver.
From opening day's white ribbon of death to the slush fun of spring, these tools will make every bit of groomed snow your personal playground.
Turn the frontside into your personal playground and wait for the rope-drop on the noon groomer. These are the tools that make carving better than ever.
2019 Men's All-Mountain Wide Ski