Eastern Sking: Who, What, and Where. Top Women's Skis
EASTERN SKIING IS COLD AND ICY (WHEN IT’S NOT RAINING). OR SO THE STEREOTYPE GOES. Our Eastern editors are just fine with that, because when the next nor’easter blows in, they’ll be at Sugarloaf crushing Snowfield laps while we Coloradans are burning up clutches in the I-70 gridlock. The skis here do make concessions for Eastern conditions, with narrower waists that cope better with firm stuff (and wind-blasted lift rides). But like Eastern skiers, they’re built for occasional powder days too. Here are the top men's skis for mixed condition for you fearless Easterners. You know who you are.