Overall rating: 85/100 Volkl have once again really mixed up their ski range this season, with the Volkl V-Werks Katana. These skis, unlike most on the market, have a carbon fiber top-sheet and a paper thin construction.
Overall rating: 95/100 For those of us guys who are all mountain skiers, we need a ski that not only bites hard on a sharp turn but also has the width to float thru the powder.
If you’re an experienced female skier that likes to explore the whole mountain, the 2018 Nordica Santa Ana 93 might be exactly what you’re looking for. Of all the skis in Nordica’s All Mountain line, these have the narrowest profile. They can also be considered the twin sister of the Nordica Enforcer 93, a favorite
Imagine a ski that is designed to be in the precise center of all-mountain and twin-tip skis. You should be imagining something like the Elan Amphibio 88 XTI. They have a unique design that enables users to enhance their skiing in almost all types of terrain.
Overall rating: 78/100 This year K2 have completely redesigned their Freeride range. The skis have been segregated into two defined groups: bi-directional and directional skis.
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