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An ideal ski for beginners to gain confidence on hardpack and corduroy

A slight change in construction makes the new Kendo 88 more accessible and more fun

If you’re looking for a a no-nonsense frontside ski that excels in crud, look no further

If speed is your friend, this ski belongs in your quiver

An easy-skiing option for all levels, especially newer or casual skiers

A beefy ski with stability and power for strong intermediates and up

The e-Titan is a groomer ski with a one-track mind: to slice and dice hardpack

This year’s No. 1 frontside ski has no true weakness

From early season laps to encouraging ladies to get comfortable on edge, these frontside tools with slimmer waists take skiing back to the fundamentals

This year’s No. 2 ski is a wider waisted frontside ski that can crush groomers as well as the crud

It’s got race heritage, but it’s much more accessible than you’d think

A dialed groomer ski that excels in short to medium turns

A true frontside ski made for all levels of skiers to improve their carving prowess

An approachable frontside ski perfect for groomer rippers who aren't afraid to play off-piste on the same ski

If you’re looking for a confidence-inspiring teaching tool to help you level up, give this ski a try

Super-stable planks for strong skiers who know how to steer a ski

A ski that likes to stay on-piste for skiers who like to do the same

These narrower sticks may have a penchant for carving, but they also like to play in the bumps

Truly a ski for everyone, in all conditions, wherever you ski

Not just for carving, this all-mountain ski can do it all

This year’s category winner makes everyone who skis it feel like a star