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Kästle Unveils New High Performance Freeride Ski

The new MX108 rounds out Kästle’s recently introduced four-ski quiver, providing a ski for every skier.

Wanted: Jib Skis


The best new jib skis, by pros for you.

Go Deep: Choose Your Weapon


In less than a decade, fat skis have gone from novelty to mainstream, with American skiers driving the trend. As you can see, it's a dizzying array.

Wide and Wonderful

Deep-six the midfats. Once you've floated on the luxury cruise liners that are today's powder skis, there's no turning back.

Published: September 2003

A bit optimistic of you, isn't it, buying a powder ski? There are skiers who won't buy snowblowers, afraid that the moment they do, they won't see a flake for months. Youcould jinx us all. But you're not the superstitious type, and now that you've had a taste of skimming over powder on your midfats, rather than struggling through it, you're ready for the full-on toboggan.

Gear: The Right Stuff


A few stars always shine brighter than the others. Meet the standouts of the 2005 gear tests.

Junior Skis: All-Mountain Expert


Mid-performance skis to master the entire hill. Here are our picks for the best All-Mountain Expert skis for juniors.

Tyrolia Bindings 2002


A review of Tyrolia bindings 2002.

Short and Shorter: Skis 2001-02


A preview of skis 2001-02. Here's the industry dilemma for 2001-2002: Most guys in America still think a 190 is a short ski. The unanswered question is: What is the industry planning to do to educate American men about the benefits of such short boards?

Head Skis 2001-02


For 2001, Head's mantra continues to be: "Help all skiers have more fun with less effort." Head's biggest coup of late was to add superstar Jonny Moseley to its athlete roster last spring.

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