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Rossignol Energy 9.9


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


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


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

Salomon Axendo Series


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

Salomon Axendo 8


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


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


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


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

K2 Merlin V


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


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

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