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The Ranger 96 is an approachable and fun do-it-all ski

A bomber all-mountain ski tailor-made for hard-chargers

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

These skis let you bring the playfulness of your resort skiing to the backcountry

No women’s powder ski list would be complete without this perennial favorite

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

Looking for a jack-of-all-trades in the backcountry? Look no further

This wider all-mountain ski can cut through crud and carve up groomers

A ski for those who want an all-mountain ski, but don’t want to sacrifice the ability to carve

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

This forgiving and energetic all-mountain ski is ideal for those looking to gain confidence off the groomed

Testers once again designated the Enforcer 100 as the benchmark ski of the all-mountain category

If you gravitate towards quick and playful skis that can still hold their own when the going gets tough, check out this little number

A wide all-mountain ski for the more playful skiers out there

This year’s Most Improved award goes to this energetic and fun ski

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

These playful planks were designed for skiers of the mountain west

It’s like the Enforcer, but way more fun

These traditional women's downhill ski boots are built for ladies who charge the resort

These wide, rockered planks will help you milk those powder days for all their worth

Featuring a slim waist and lightweight construction, this backcountry ski is for those who need quick sticks to tackle big, technical terrain

This year’s most forgiving powder ski is also a ton of fun

Our favorite backcountry skis of the year aren’t just lightweight skis that power up the skintrack. They’re bonafide downhill performers.

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

If you like to carve even when you have wide planks underfoot, this is your ski

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

This year’s best wide all-mountain ski is a tried and true performer

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

For soft snow and deep days, reach for these playful planks

This easy-going ride will follow you wherever you go, as long as it’s on edge

We put 26 all-mountain wide skis to the test. These 14 are the best of the best.

We give you the most versatile and responsive wide all-mountain ride of the year

With a more moderate waist, this is the ski for East Coast pow hounds and those of us who live in reality

Don’t bother checking the snow report—these skis always deliver, no matter the conditions

Looking for the perfect backcountry ski for deep days and big missions? Start here.

A ski made for the playful pow slasher

This powder ski for ladies is as playful as it is pretty

If you gravitate towards a damp, stiff ski for backcountry adventures, this is your stick

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

This year’s most exciting new backcountry ski charges like a downhill ski

The best powder ski of the year will make an all-time day even more all-time

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

Wait until you feel the design upgrades to this best-seller

It’s hard to find a wide all-mountain ski that’s this stable at speed

A quick whip for all-mountain adventures in tight terrain

A powder ski with a versatile waist width to tackle the snow you get instead of the snow you want

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

These wide, rockered planks designed for the deepest days of the year will do more than float—they fly

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

A backcountry stick for those who gravitate towards directional skis

This year’s chart-topping wide all-mountain ski for ladies lives for soft snow and crud

This new powder ski from Faction is for hard-chargers who don’t shy away from the steep and deep

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

This tough bird won’t let you down when the pow turns to crud

When it’s soft and light in the backcountry, reach for these playful planks

These playful sticks are down to show you a good time all over the mountain

Allow us to introduce you to this stealthy backcountry player

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

The best women’s powder ski of the year is one heck of a fun ride

If you’re an expert ripper looking for a ski that can keep up with you in the deep stuff, this is your ski

Want an all-mountain ski that can rail off-piste like it rails on groomers? Here you go.

This year’s most playful wide all-mountain ski also eats crud for breakfast

Only advanced and expert skiers need apply to this pow ski with Titanal

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

This Sender is all-new, and it’s a crowd pleaser

A dialed groomer ski that excels in short to medium turns

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

A ski made for the technical backcountry lines of the Rockies

A powder ski that floats like a butterfly, stings like a bee

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

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

It’s not the lightest backcountry option out there, but if you’re plowing through backcountry crud, this is the ski you want underfoot

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