Blizzard’s new Slider binding plate ($80) gives you choices. It mounts—in seconds, with a single screw—to any Blizzard IQ Max ski, and accepts any flat-ski compatible binding. You get the benefits of Blizzard’s unique IQ interface (slop-free energy transfer, unimpeded flex), using a binding you might already own. (Blizzard calls it the industry’s first “open-source” system.) The mounting process is so easy, you might even want two or more Sliders, one mounted with your AT binding, another with your telemark binding, and so on. One ski, multiple applications. On top of all that, the Slider offers 7 cm of fore-aft stand-position adjustability, so you can crank it forward for park-and-pipe applications, or all the way back for deep-snow surfing. A true multi-tool.
You may never again feel such inner warmth over buying socks.
We caught up with our SKI test director to find out what goes into the most trusted ski test in the industry.
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We got an early look at some of the hottest 2016-17 skis from the hottest brands.
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You’ve picked out your loot for this season; don’t leave the kids empty-handed.
Enter for a chance to win a pair of K2 Ikonic 85 Ti Skis
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We hooked up one of our interns with a new pair of K2 Pinnacle 95s, and he won’t stop talking about them.