Perhaps no question is more important than that of which skis you should buy. Maybe you’ve been renting skis and want to own a pair. Maybe you’re updating skis you’ve had for a while. Or maybe you’re adding to your line-up. Whatever the situation, the hardest part of buying skis is sorting through the different
When it comes to purchasing new skis, there’s a dizzying array of ski choices. It can feel a little overwhelming—whether you’re gazing at a wall of skis in your favorite ski shop or looking online. However, it’s important to note that ski manufacturers pay careful attention to the design of each ski. Every model has
The all-mountain women’s ski category equals adventure—no matter what part of the mountain you like to ski. Skis in this category are designed to be versatile, that is, to perform well in a variety of snow conditions and terrain. All-Mountain skis often have a high-performance construction, but with expanded waists and rocker added for maneuverability
You’ve heard the saying, “try before you buy,” which is easier said than done with skis. The thought of trying on skis brings with it a litany of questions. Where does one demo skis? Where can you go to demo enough skis to get a sense of what works best for your ability level, terrain
Skiing and riding at east coast ski resorts will be getting quite a lift with plenty of new projects ready for you this winter. Vail Resorts is making the biggest impact all across the country with its Epic Lift Project totaling $320 million. All of this makes for good news for skiers and snowboarders on
Ski boots might seem like the supporting star to your skis, but boots are the important connection between you and your skis. If your boots are too big or too small, for example, it’s like watching bad acting—painful. However, if you have a solid fit and the correct flex, you’ll be able to perform on
A ski resort with terrain for all levels and closeby lodging, lots of apres ski activities and a good ski school make for great vacations on snow.