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October 6, 2010
With a unique combination of floaty width, wide tips, and deep sidecut, the Crusade surfs powder and junk but rips quick turns on hardpack. Despite its carving ability, this ski is easy to steer and isn’t the least bit hooky—a function of the sidecut starting a few centimeters back from the tip. (Most skis in this sidecut range tend to initiate sooner.) It’s a good choice for a strong, technical skier who knows how to back off and smear. Its quickness and agility suit it well to tree skiing.
April 12, 2010
We asked manufacturers to make the case for their best low-cost, high-performance models. As you read, keep in mind that the prices listed are suggested retail prices. Shop around and you’ll likely find these skis for a couple hundred bucks less than what’s listed.