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Don’t let the pretty top sheet fool you—this all-mountain tool means business, especially in the crud

This ski didn’t steal the show again this year, but you’d be hard pressed to find a better crud ski

If you’re a carver girl at heart but need something a little wider underfoot, the Ripstick 94 W is your compromise

Introducing the top-rated women’s all-mountain ski of the year

If you’re looking for an all-mountain ski to do it all, and do it all really well, this is your ticket to ride

This perennial favorite didn’t win any awards this year, but testers still love it for its backbone and dependability

If you’re looking for an all-mountain ski that can also carve up a storm, look no further

This accessible all-mountain tool for ladies earned high marks in versatility and quickness

The runner-up in the women’s all-mountain category is a universal crowd pleaser

These skis are party in the front, business underfoot, and designed to charge the whole mountain

This ski was voted the most playful ski among this year’s crop of women’s all-mountain skis

The narrowest ski in the new Fischer Ranger series represents an entirely new direction for the brand

The only Canadian skier to win the World Cup overall title to date is still going strong more than halfway through her seventh decade

This family-owned, family-operated business has one mission: Get everyone outdoors. Even glampers.