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We only have room for two powder skis in our print issue, but there are so many more worth your consideration

We only have room for two pairs in our print issue, but there are many more skis worthy of your attention

Only two pairs made the cut for print, but there are many more you should know about

Lenses and frames built for superior vision

Punch your ticket to all-mountain adventures

As long as you aren’t weight sensitive, it’s now possible for one rig to serve all your in-bounds, sidecountry, and backcountry needs. This is that rig.

We spent three days testing more than 100 new models. This is the kit that helped us get through.

Unpacking an all-time Lee Cohen ski photo during a March storm in Alta, Utah

Heli-skiing has a reputation for risk, but the ride up isn’t usually part of the equation

We’ve been testing skis for decades. These are our all-time favorites for groomers, backcountry bowls, and everything in between.

Long stigmatized in the United States, wider adoption of guided backcountry skiing will boost knowledge, reduce gatekeeping, and promote human-powered skiing on public lands

For a small weight penalty, the new system offers tech-pin efficiency and pro-level descending. Outside spent the past 11 months testing it.

Here's what you need to know if you're in the market to buy this season

The backcountry is more popular than ever, but that doesn't make it safe

Resort executives are warning customers that skiing will be different this season. I'm here to tell you that "different" means better.

This season's best boards charge hard, but they're a blast at all speeds

Fast tint shifts, seamless lens changes, and better antifog technology mean you can focus on your line

Four days. Eighteen testers. More than 150 pairs of skis.

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