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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.

User Ski Reviews

Ski-Review.com Ski Reviews (latest 5 user submitted reviews shown below).

Amplid Ego Trip Evolution 2018

Ski reviewed by Fernando Vallmitjana

Skier Height:183
Skier Weight:75 kg
Skier Ability:Expert
Ski length Tested:175

Ski Review:The good is that you can change terrain and keep skiing with almost the same technique. They are fun! You can ski into anything.
The downside is that they required a big effort and you will be tired at the end of the day.

Amplid Rockwell 2018

Ski reviewed by Ted

Skier Height: Tall
Skier Weight: Average
Skier Ability: 40 years
Ski length Tested: 182

Ski Review: Now on my second pair mainly due to wanting the sintered based on the newer versions. The Rockwell transformed my traditional skiing style honed in 40 years on the hill into something I enjoy 10 times as much that gets me out 2 times more than...

Amplid Rockwell 2018

Ski reviewed by Chet Bentler

Skier Height: 5"10’
Skier Weight: 70kgs
Skier Ability: 20 years / expert
Ski length Tested: 175

Ski Review: The most fun I have ever had on skis. They turn like a slalom racer, float when they shouldn’t, and are so playful, light and poppy all over the mountain. I’ve been skiing these for a week now and there is no other ski I’d rather take to...

Rossignol Hero Master (R21 WC) 2018

Ski reviewed by Daved

Skier Height:6’1”
Skier Weight:193.5 lbs
Skier Ability: pro
Ski length Tested: 1.88

Ski Review: fair balance. sits well on powder. Not enough luff and torque on the back quarter makes it bouncier on rock moguls. Composite flexibility ok, but it takes a fraction longer to regain the shape compared to my Armada Enforce 93s, my personal ski...

Rossignol Experience 100 HD Ti 2018

Ski reviewed by Daved

Skier Height:6’1”
Skier Weight:193.5 lbs
Skier Ability: pro
Ski length Tested: 1.88

Ski Review: good balance. Tips to narrow don’t sit well on powder. Not enough luff and torque on the back quarter makes it bouncier on rock moguls. Composite flexibility ok but it takes a fraction longer to regain the shape compared to the Armada Enforce 93,...

Team Ski Reviews

Ski-Review.com Ski Reviews (latest 5 staff reviews shown below).

Dynastar Cham 107 2013

Ski reviewed by Paul

Dynastar’s new Cham series represents as much of a wholesale change to a skiing range as you could get without significant deviation or turning them all into fully rockered banana skis so I was very keen to give Dynastar’s Cham 107 a go.

Dynastar Cham 107 2013 ski.

Armada ARV 2012

Ski reviewed by Lou Martin

The all mountain twin space is massively competitive, with all the dedicated freeride and freestyle brands now battling it out with the mainstream manufacturers. Can the Armada ARV compete?

Armada ARV 2012 ski.

Rossignol S7 2012

Ski reviewed by Ski Review Guest

My ad: 5’10” 185lbs West coast skier desperately seeking a one ski quiver for killing it all.

The response? The Rossignol S7 in a 188. Ten of them.

Rossignol S7 2012 ski.

Rossignol Experience 98 2012

Ski reviewed by Dan Morgan

Rossignol’s Experience 98 is an off piste biased all mountain charger with more than the odd surprise up it’s sleeve.

Rossignol Experience 98 2012 ski.

Rossignol Sickle 2012

Ski reviewed by Lou Martin

The Sickle has seen a few incarnations and name changes in recent years (Scratch Steeze, S6), but it’s starting to come up even more so than Rossignol’s uber successful S7 series. What gives?

Rossignol Sickle 2012 ski.

Latest User Reviews

Ski : Amplid Ego Trip Evolution 2018

Skier Height:183
Skier Weight:75 kg
Skier Ability:Expert
Ski length Tested:175

Ski Review:The good is that you can change terrain and keep skiing with almost the same technique. They are fun! You can ski into anything.
The downside is...

Ski : Amplid Rockwell 2018

Skier Height: Tall
Skier Weight: Average
Skier Ability: 40 years
Ski length Tested: 182

Ski Review: Now on my second pair mainly due to wanting the sintered based on the newer versions. The Rockwell transformed my traditional skiing style...

Ski : Amplid Rockwell 2018

Skier Height: 5"10’
Skier Weight: 70kgs
Skier Ability: 20 years / expert
Ski length Tested: 175

Ski Review: The most fun I have ever had on skis. They turn like a slalom racer, float when they shouldn’t, and are so playful, light and...

Ski : Rossignol Hero Master (R21 WC) 2018

Skier Height:6’1”
Skier Weight:193.5 lbs
Skier Ability: pro
Ski length Tested: 1.88

Ski Review: fair balance. sits well on powder. Not enough luff and torque on the back quarter makes it bouncier on rock moguls. Composite flexibility...

Ski : Rossignol Experience 100 HD Ti 2018

Skier Height:6’1”
Skier Weight:193.5 lbs
Skier Ability: pro
Ski length Tested: 1.88

Ski Review: good balance. Tips to narrow don’t sit well on powder. Not enough luff and torque on the back quarter makes it bouncier on rock moguls....

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