By: Jackson Hogen
Published: August 29, 2019
Realskiers.com has created a Value Rating System to identify the best ski deals. The Realskiers VRS correlates a ski’s street price with its overall performance score to determine the season’s best buys. The envelope, please….
A testament to how well Flipcore design translates to Frontside conditions.
The old Slicer is still a terrific twintip with true, all-terrain chops.
The revised QST 92 made a quantum leap in overall performance.
Atomic’s lightweight Prolite design hits its sweetspot.
Despite its bias for off-trail skiing, this Liberty miss does well on groomers.
Elan is onto something with its new on-trail/off-trail hybrid Wingman series.
The Sheeva 9 makes off-trail skiing sinfully simple.
One of the few Frontside skis that favors the Finesse skier.
No other double-rockered baseline adapts so well to groomed terrain.
The best bargain in the Big Mountain genre smears crud effortlessly.