Salomon Q-90 161 / 169 / 177 / 185
A tremendous and versatile ski that demands to be driven to the far reaches of the ski area, the Salomon Q-90 gives you the confidence to rip the groomed with a Semi Sandwich construction and built-in Carve Zone, but still has enough surface area to float your boat when the going gets deeper. Light and nimble for tight spaces and tree skiing, the Q-90 also has the guts to let you stand proud when the going gets icy.
Salomon Q Lab 176 / 183 / 190
Using the guts of Salomons Lab Race skis, and yet optimized for a lighter Freeride application and built on their ultra versatile utility rocker platform, this is the new one-ski quiver of the Salomon Freeride team. This ski uses the Honeycomb tip, which offers great maneuverability with fluid terrain absorption and their ‘hook free taper’ which offers a 5 point sidecut and a tip and tail taper to improve turn initiation and steering in soft and variable snow conditions to offer great versatility where ever you take it.
Salomon Gemma 157 / 163
Rail the resort on these women’s specific all-mountain planks. Get serious control, from hard packed groomers to icy patches, and even tracked out slopes. Salomon’s Comfortech dampening and strong edging technology grip through tough snow conditions and freewheel on soft bluebird days. A light density wood core provides stability and quick rebound; carve rocker with slight early rise tip and flat tail create a seamless carving experience and quick turn capability.
Salomon Stella 158 / 165
A light but powerful ripper with the heart of a lioness, the Salomon Q-103 Stella Skis are perhaps Salomon’s best expert level women’s all mountain offering. With a 103 mm waist in the 172 length, a long and gradual rocker profile in the tip, and a relatively flat tail to lay down some edge power when you need it, the Stella kills it in all conditions without tiring you out on long days. A perfect solution for women who want to charge hard from first chair to last call with the confidence to handle two feet of powder in the morning and chop in the PM.
Salomon Q-96 Lumen 154 / 162
The Salomon Q-96 Lumen Skis exhibit the perfect balance of on-piste and backcountry performance. With a 95 mm waist width in a 162 cm length, gradual tip rocker to help the ski float in fresh snow, and enough camber in the Salomon-designed Carve Zone to rail the corduroy when you so desire, the Q-96 Lumen really is that rare quiver-of-one you’ve been seeking.
Salomon Q-88 Lux
A great all-rounder for women who love to mix up their skiing, the Salomon Q-88 Lux Skis are wide enough to handle a bit of fresh snow while still narrow enough to carve it up on the groomed. Salomon delivers versatile ease of turning through the clever use of Hook Free Taper and their all mountain Utility Rocker profile, and the light weight means easy maneuvering in the trees and less fatigue at day’s end.
Blizzard Bonafide 166 / 173 / 180 / 187
Want to see what the Bonafide hype is all about? Snap a couple of turns on the renowned ski to feel what has every ski tester raving. This do-everything ski includes a 98mm waist, new Carbon Flipcore, a rocker-camber-rocker profile, and two sheets of metal. The Bonafide is the most versatile ski in Blizzard’s Freeride lineup. You can spend almost everyday next winter on the Bonafide and you won’t regret it.
Atomic Vantage 100 CTI 172 / 180 / 188
The Atomic Vantage 100 CTI Skis are the headliners of Atomic’s totally re-designed Vantage series, and the widest at 100 mm in the waist. If you’re looking for an all-around tool for crushing both soft and hard conditions, you must check out this ski. Significantly lighter than the Vantage Ritual it replaces, the 100 CTI has better edgehold, especially in the latter stages of the turn, and a more directional shape. Imminently suited to the traditional expert skier who wants one ski to do it all, especially in softer conditions, the Vantage 100 CTI is the new front runner in the wide but nimble 100 mm class.
Atomic Vantage 90 CTI W 153 / 161 / 169
The Holy Grail of freeskiing has long been the ski that rips the groomers and still handles soft stuff. Get ready to fill your cup and savor it with the Atomic Vantage 90 CTI Skis, Atomic’s new lighter, stronger and more precise answer. A new material called Carbon Tank Mesh allows this ski to be simultaneously stronger and lighter than previous models, and a flatter, more directional shape puts more edge on the snow for a stronger and cleaner finish to your turns. Now drink up!
Blizzard Power S8 160 / 167 / 174
Are you looking for one of the most precise and powerful on-piste skis available? Check out Blizzard’s Power S8. With a 72mm waist and Blizzard’s IQ integrated binding system, the Power S8 is a high performance ski with a huge sweet spot. The full wood core, vertical sidewall and two sheets of titanal give this ski an amazing blend of grip, power and smoothness. But, the most game-changing piece of technology on the Power S8 is the use of 3Matrix sidecut technology which gives the ski a very easy, yet dynamic start to the turn, with a clean yet energetic finish. Never before have we had such a high-performance blend that it is both easy and relaxed, active and responsive depending on how you want to ski.
Blizzard Power S6 153 / 160 / 167 / 174
The Power line offers versatile and highly maneuverable on-piste skis. The time-tested IQ system improves power transmission while reducing vibration and fatigue. The Power S6 woodcore and partial sidewall construction makes the ski extremely precise and stable. The S6 is the ideal equipment for maximum fun in all kinds of snow conditions and on any slope.
Blizzard Peacemaker 165 / 172 / 179 / 186
The Peacemaker is Blizzard’s versatile, everyday Twin Tip ski - perfect for bell-to-bell, front-side skiing. This is your go-to ski to slide through tree runs, spin park laps, bump through moguls, carve groomers, and search for powder stashes. The Peacemaker does it all. At 104mm underfoot with early rise in the tip and tail, the Peacemaker is a narrower version than the acclaimed Gunsmoke. Full wood Flipcore construction and camber underfoot give the Peacemaker a lively feel in turns, stable platform for stomps, and grippy edges for firm snow. There’s no fight in the Peacemaker, and you’ll be blown away at how easy this ski is every day of the winter.
Atomic Automatic 109 175 / 182 / 189
Atomic’s most versatile powder freeride ski, the Atomic Automatic 109 Skis substitute lighter Carbon Sprocket Power Boosters for the Titanium ones in the Automatic 117, and the reduced waist width makes edge to edge transfer easier. Great for fresh but not super deep days, tree skiing, and busting through chop, the Atomic Automatic 109 Skis are among the best “quiver of one” choices out there.
4FRNT Hoji 171 / 179 / 187 / 195
Welcome to Eric Hjorleifson’s “go-to” signature ski. Inspired by the success of the matching sidecut and rocker radii, or ReflectTechTM, that the Renegade employs, Eric went back to the drawing board. The squashed pintail sinks into the snow allowing a more forward mounting position, and centered and balanced feel. The nimble and responsive HOJI produces a powder skiing sensation unlike anything you’ve ever experienced. Powerful enough to charge spines in AK and light enough for you to have the fire stoked at the yurt before your friends get there.
4FRNT Kye 174 / 181 / 188
The KYE 110 provides maximum versatility. Scaled down tail rocker and camber underfoot make the KYE 110 a highly stable one-ski quiver. The 110 is stiffer than the 120 providing stability and confidence in big mountain descents as well as spring crud conditions around the resort. In three lengths: 188 cm, 181 cm, and 174 cm. There’s a KYE 110 that’s right for you.
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