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all-mountain ski

  1. SkiEssentials

    Sponsored 2020 Rossignol Experience 88 Ti W Review

    This week on Chairlift Chat Alli and Bob chat about the 2020 Rossignol Experience 88 Ti W and how it's an exceptionally versatile all-mountain ski that can satisfy a big range of ability levels.
  2. Philpug

    Individual Review Long-Term Review: 2020 Fischer RC One GT 86

    Fischer RC One GT 86 Dimensions: 130-86-116 Radius: 17m@175cm Sizes: 161, 168, 175, 182 Size tested: 175 Design: All New The Fischer RC One GT 86 has a mouthful of a name; an accomplished skier could make it down the better part of some ski trails before saying the whole thing. There is no...
  3. Noodler

    What current skis match this shape?

    Looking for an all-mountain West ski (85-95mm waist) that has a shape the same as the Scott Crusade. The key aspect of the Scott Crusade shape/sidecut is that the widest portions of the ski are in contact with the snow surface when the ski is flat. The widest point of the tip is not further up...
  4. Quinn Trumbower

    Individual Review J Skis The Metal

    J Skis The Metal Dimensions: 135-106-124 Radius: 17m@173cm Size tested: 186 First off, a little background: I am a student at Michigan Tech, so most of my skiing is done up here in the UP, which means Mont Ripley, Mount Bohemia, the Porcupines, and the Bessemer area. I take an occasional trip...
  5. J

    Considering Twin Tips

    I am considering adding a set of twin tips to my quiver. Actually I'm almost dead set on doing it. I'd like some input from everyone with twin tip experience to help me narrow down what to demo. I am looking for a playful ski in the 100-108 waist range for bumps, trees, small jumps, crud, and...