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Rossignol Energy 9.9

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The Rossignol Energy 9.9 is nothing less than a sports translator, taking the body language of other sports and letting you use it on the slopes.

Salomon Super Force Series 2S

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One sign of a great expert ski is that it feels comfortable playing in the fall line-it's rock-solid yet ever-ready for the next move.

Rossignol Cut Super 10.4

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With its turn-inducing 104-mm tip section that dares you not to improve, this Rossignol is super for Newcomers.

Salomon Axendo Series

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How can one ski be called a whole series? By having multiple personalities and few limitations.

Salomon Axendo 8

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One of the keys to the Axendo 8's popularity is its shapely forebody-it has a 99-mm tip and only 63.5-mm waist.

Salomon Axendo 7

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All the testers agreed-the Salomon Axendo 7, with the same dimensions as the upper-end Axendos, is an incredibly easy ski; it can take a timid but determined intermediate from hesitation to celebration in a few turns.

Olin Radius K

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Last year's Olin Radius was popular for its effortless turning ability, but it lacked...oomph. Add a little 21st-century Special K-Kevlar-and you suddenly have one of the most energetic, exciting skis in the category.

Olin DTSL Super Shape

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Olin claims that the DTSL has the "widest performance range of any Olin ski," and our testers agree.

K2 Merlin V

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We skied the Merlin V in three lengths and found three different personalities. At 198 cm, the ski is a pure-bred race sled with an overdrive gear-the piezoelectric modules literally calm the ski down as it gains speed.

K2 Merlin IV

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If the Merlin V feels a bit too rambunctious for your taste, consider the agile, effortless Merlin IV.

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