The better you see, the better you ski. It's that simple.
Feel like you’re having a field day, look like you could carve it up with the pros.
Intelligent designs that are up for anything—and so fun to ride that you’ll want to take them everywhere.
Hitting the sweet spots of girth and rocker, they'll keep you surfing powder all day.
Our two favorite skate and classic setups.
New combinations of rocker, shape, and materials continue to drive innovation.
Buying new skis this year? Lucky you. We tested the latest designs, and these came out on top—so shop wisely.
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The revamped ARVti features a traditional untapered tip, a touch of rocker, and two full sheets of absorbant Titanal. “It’s ideal for billy-goating into tight chutes,” said one tester.
At lower speeds, you have to muscle these skis around a bit, but when you’re going all out, the wood and metal construction and Blizzard’s flutter-free Flipcore rocker—see page 30—feel like a long-...