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Contributors: September 2001

From the Top

Profiles of SKI Magazine contributors.

Gear of the Year


Among all the gold medal-winners, there are always a few products that testers and editors most admire. Here are the best of the tests-four stars that shine brighter than the rest-and they just might make you a better skier.

Gold Medal Alchemy: A Short Recipe


Our ski test results are in: This year's skis are shorter than ever in length but longer than ever on performance. Use our comprehensive guide to find the pair that will change your life.

Junior Gear 2002: Small Wonders


Never send a grown-up to do a kid's job. SKI Magazine's junior testers went to work on this year's gear-and got results.

Are You In Control?

Turning Points

Do like former Olympian Dave Currier and use your whole body to take control of your skis. When you do, you'll instantly notice a power shift in your favor.

Energy To Burn (And Skis That Keep Up)


We turned 12 junior rippers loose on the slopes of Sugarbush, Vt., and got the kid-approved lowdown on this year's best skis.

The Perfect Match


Strength, forgiveness, flexibility: What more could a woman ask for? Skis like these make husbands and boyfriends seem superfluous (if they weren't already).

Next Seasons Skis, The Best Crop in Years


After spending five days arching, bumping, and running them through crud, the SKI Magazine ski testers report with glee about next year's skis.



Beg, borrow or steal these skis. They're an awesome foursome, and truly skis of the century. When we bestow Skis Of The Year honors, we do so carefully, because perfection isn't easy to define.

SKI Magazine Buyer's Guide: How We Test


All about the exhaustive testing and research behind SKI Magazine's Buyers Guide 2000.

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