Stöckli Stormrider 95

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Stöckli Stormrider 95 Ski Test


170, 176, 180, 188


132-95-120 @ 182


18m @ 180

Best for:

A deeper snow zone quiver of one.

Compare with:

Nordica Enforcer 94, Atomic Maverick 95Ti, Faction Dancer 2.0

 Just another Stöckli love affair. The Swiss masters know how to make a great ski—and it at least partially comes down to money. Regardless, Stöckli refreshed the Stormrider 95 this year with new geometry, construction and mount points. The basics remain the same: a wood core ski with a partial sheet of Titanal and rocker in the tip and tail. The design performed best off-piste, where it was soft enough to be playful and easy to turn in all kinds of terrain and conditions. What surprised Ski Canada’s test team was the performance on firm snow. For being 95mm under foot, it held a carve in hard snow better than expected. “Pretty carvy and nimble,” said Tobin Leopkey. “Gripped really well. Probably the most versatile ski I’ve tried in this width.” Testers found they wanted a longer ski than they would normally use in this width, so try a size up—then tip it and rip it.

Ryan Stuart
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