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Alpine Ultra-High Performance

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October 6, 2010
Based on the RC4 race shell, with the same snug 98-millimeter fit, the X-120—the testers’ favorite Fischer—is modified with freeride bling and colors, but it skis with racelike power and edge sensitivity. Softer versions—the X-110, X-100, and X-90—have wider lasts.
October 6, 2010
For the aggressive big-mountain skier looking for a snug fit, the Squad Pro offers race-bred performance with a grippy, hike-ready sole. The forward lean is fairly pronounced, suiting it well to an attacking style. The liner is handsomely crafted with comfortable materials.
October 6, 2010
Testers loved the new upright stance. It’s quite a change from forward-leaning Langes of the past, but the adjustment is an easy one. And the fit is noticeably better for a variety of feet, without sacrificing the steering power you get from a snug heel pocket.
April 26, 2010
A lightweight carbon-fiber helmet. A glove that can pick up a sewing needle. Swedish sunglasses. Kids' rockered skis. Start saving now: You're going to want some of this new gear for next winter's ski season.
December 8, 2009
The Atomic Renu is the first ski boot in the world made of 100 percent recycled fiber. Composed of biopolymers, cotton, and bamboo fiber, making it 13 percent lighter than other boots on the market with comparable stiffness and support.
September 23, 2009
We tested 51 pairs of boots at Keystone, Colorado, last winter. Toes were jammed, shins were banged, but in the end, we found the good ones. Here's a behind-the-scenes look at how the boot test is conducted.