Intermediates looking to get off the groomed would do well to consider the Dynastar M-Pro 99 W.
It’s not the fattest ski out there, but testers appreciated how versatile the M-Free 108 is.
A week with Valdez Heli Ski Guides is seven days of rad. This is the gear that is sure to make it all-time.
SKI testers start pounding the snow today as part of the week-long evaluation of next year's skis in the industry's toughest test. And eight inches of fresh doesn't hurt a bit...
Different skis are good for different people, but every year there are always a few pairs that everyone seems to be obsessed with. Here are the most popular skis of the season, the one's you've been searching on our site, googling, stalking on Steep and Cheap, and raving about. And, to stoke the fires, the one ski coming out next year that's already creating major buzz.
Skiing Magazine had a chance to ski a few of next year’s skis at the SIA On Snow Demo Days at Winter Park. Due to the huge amount of skis available and the little time we had, we limited ourselves to fat skis. We tested a handful of new, redesigned and carryover models between 95mm and 115mm underfoot. Although certain skis did better in certain conditions, there really wasn't a bad ski among them.
Forget the North American granolahead notion of skiing as a back-to-nature soul sport, bro, where the idea is to ski "free."