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Ski Canada Test 2014 – Big Mountain

Like the name says—and beyond written by Erin Keam in Fall 2013 issue The lineup of big, wide, long skis designed to tame the mountain’s endless terrain beyond the groomers is only getting bigger and better. If you don’t yet have a pair, what are you waiting for? When the snow gets deeper and the … More »

Powder Test 2013

by Ron Betts, technical editor test * photos: John Schwirtlich in Winter 2013 issue Made for Powder This year’s crop of fat boys was put to work by the guides at Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing.     Every sport has its holy grail, its pinnacle. In hockey it’s the hat trick, baseball the grand slam, golf the … More »

Park & Beyond 2013

Park & Beyond

Abuse is the name of the park-and-pipe game. And these skis take it in spades. This season we’ll see lightened tips and tails for improved swing weight, resistant sidewalls and innovative strategies like Elan’s Triple Base Technology (see below) for catch-free landings. With increased junior traffic in the field—they still have the knees—both Head and Rossignol offer tweener … More »

Ski Canada Test 2014 – Big Mountain

Like the name says—and beyond written by Erin Keam in Fall 2013 issue The lineup of big, wide, long skis designed to tame the mountain’s endless terrain beyond the groomers is only getting bigger and better. If you don’t yet have a pair, what are you waiting for? When the snow gets deeper and the … More »

Powder Test 2013

by Ron Betts, technical editor test * photos: John Schwirtlich in Winter 2013 issue Made for Powder This year’s crop of fat boys was put to work by the guides at Mike Wiegele Helicopter Skiing.     Every sport has its holy grail, its pinnacle. In hockey it’s the hat trick, baseball the grand slam, golf the … More »

Park & Beyond 2013

Park & Beyond

Abuse is the name of the park-and-pipe game. And these skis take it in spades. This season we’ll see lightened tips and tails for improved swing weight, resistant sidewalls and innovative strategies like Elan’s Triple Base Technology (see below) for catch-free landings. With increased junior traffic in the field—they still have the knees—both Head and Rossignol offer tweener … More »

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