It's technically a cap construction, but the Outlaw's sidewalls are close enough to vertical that it's a fine distinction. And testers weren't complaining about lack of power. In fact, the Outlaw-which is 4 mm wider than last year's-was among the most stable and muscular skis in the category, thanks to two sheets of metal and a wood core. "Will rail a turn on hardpack or rip Wilbere Bowl on a deep day," said Preston. "Super stable in either situation."
Smoothing out deep chop
Any quick moves; it's a bruiser.
|Rating: Powder Performance||3.11 / 5|
|Rating: Stability at Speed||3.59 / 5|
|Rating: Long Turns||3.59 / 5|
|Rating: Medium Turns||3.08 / 5|
|Rating: Short Turns||2.56 / 5|
|Rating: Maneuverability||2.78 / 5|
|Rating: Hard Snow Grip||3.09 / 5|
|Rating: Crud Performance||3.39 / 5|
|Rating: Corduroy Performance||3.09 / 5|
|Rating: Moguls Performance||2.56 / 5|
|Rating: Forgiveness||3.00 / 5|
|Rating: Quickness/Bumps||2.56 / 5|