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Disclaimer - ski reviews are subjective - nothing can substitute professional advice and an on ski demo. Bad or poor value skis are very rare. Skiers choosing and skiing the wrong skis is very common.

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Latest Ski Reviews

Atomic Backland FR 102 W 2017

Ski review by Katey Murphy

Skier Height: 5’7”
Skier Weight: 160 lbs
Skier Ability: Expert
Ski length Tested: 172

Ski Review:
Ski Review: This ski was a game changer for me when I first got on it in spring of 2017. Transitioning from the Atomic Century 102 in a 156 (2012?) to the Backland FR W 102 was the perfect step in progression. The rocker profile is excellent for...

Salomon RockerĀ² 100 2016

Ski review by Katey Murphy

Skier Height: 5’7’‘
Skier Weight: 165
Skier Ability: Expert
Ski length Tested: 178

Ski Review: I got this ski used in spring of 2020 and my this skiing has given me a lot of mixed feelings. Note that this review is coming from a female riding a men’s ski so my experience is going to be drastically different from most.

For starters, I began using...

Atomic Backland FR 109 W 2017

Ski review by Katey Murphy

Skier Height: 5’7’‘
Skier Weight: 160 lbs
Skier Ability: Expert
Ski length Tested: 167

Ski Review: I got these skis as my first touring setup in fall of 2017 and mounted G3 ions on them. This ski is the pow touring ski you don’t realize you need until you have it. Very responsive ski, floats amazing in pow and is light. This ski is darn fun in...

Armada Stranger 2021

Ski review by Katey Murphy

Skier Height: 5’7’‘
Skier Weight: 165 lbs
Skier Ability: Expert
Ski length Tested: 172

Ski Review: The stranger is a popping, carving, and manual machine. A responsive ski that really lets you lean into your turns, shooting you into your next hard carve. You will certainly take flight on any side hit or jump with these bad boys. A darn fun ski!...

Stockli Nela 80 2021

Ski review by Martha

Skier Height:5’3
Skier Weight:135
Skier Ability:intermediate to advanced
Ski length Tested:149

Ski Review: this ski is awesome! It likes a more forward aggressive skier. The harder you ski it the better it performs! I used it on a below freezing morning on icy corduroy and it held a great edge with no chatter at speed. I also used it on a sunny...

Icelantic Da'Nollie 2016

Ski review by Chris

Skier Height:5’7”
Skier Weight:165lbs
Skier Ability:advanced
Ski length Tested:170

Ski Review:This ski is an outstanding park ski but when I took it through powder I was still floating

Black Crows Orb 2018

Ski review by Tom Besonen

Skier Height: 6’1”
Skier Weight: 210 lbs
Skier Ability: Intermediate
Ski length Tested: 183 cm

Ski Review: Bought these before the 2019-2020 ski season and was able to use them extensively in MN as well as a trip to Tahoe. Really impressed with the Orbs in all conditions that I’ve used them so far. Great carvers on groomers and hard pack which is...

Head i.Peak 90 2012

Ski review by Rick Crispell

Skier Height: 5’4
Skier Weight: 140
Skier Ability: Expert
Ski length Tested: 170

Ski Review: Head iPeak 90
Full contact ski. Carves effortless, the flex tip works. I find this ski agile and stable. It stiffens as more vibration happens. I would say this is a <3” snow ski. If you can find a pair get it.

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