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Line - Mothership

This is a good ski for people looking to cut their teeth in the big mountain. More experienced riders will probably want to go for...

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Line - Prophet 130

This is another fatty from Line. It is similar to the EP Pro with its early rise rocker, normal camber underfoot and early taper at...

Line - Prophet 130
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Line - Prophet 90 (and Flite)

This has long been a favourite among the freestyle orientated all-mountain skis, and this year was no exception. With this ski you can hit the...

Line - Prophet 90 (and Flite)
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Line - Pandora

This is one of the fattest woman specific skis on the market, and really the only expert backcountry ski specifically for women. Comparable to the...

Line - Pandora
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Line - Celebrity

This is one of two women specific freestyle skis from Line. We decided to review this one rather than its sister the Shadow, because we...

Line - Celebrity
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Moment - Reno Jib

This completely symmetrical ski is as comfortable going backwards as it is forwards. These skis are a smooth and lively ride, and feel solid in...

Moment - Reno Jib
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Moment - Rocker

This is an interesting ski. With its symmetrical dimensions, it is perfect for the park, add to this a continuous rocker profile and tip and...

Moment - Rocker
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Moment - Night Train

Pretty much every Moment ski we’ve looked at has impressed, and the Night Train is no exception. This is a great choice for backcountry freestylers....

Moment - Night Train
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Moment - Ruby

The Ruby isn’t so much a ski as an entire range dedicated to powder, each length has a different shape for different riding conditions. To...

Moment - Ruby
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Movement - Spark

Generally a pretty popular ski on the test, the Spark is aimed at people who like the piste, but are looking to increase their time...

Movement - Spark
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Movement - Signature

At the stiffer end of the park ski scale, these planks are more suited to gripping the walls of the pipe, or holding steady on...

Movement - Signature
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Movement - El Loco

OK, we have to confess we haven’t yet been given the chance to test this new offering from Movement, unfortunately El Loco never made it...

Movement - El Loco
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Movement - Baggy

The Baggy was a surprisingly versatile ski. It didn’t like to be ridden slowly and definitely performs better the harder you push it, so less...

Movement - Baggy
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Movement - Sluff

This is a solid ski, that feels smooth over anything. As with a lot of the freeride skis in Movement’s arsenal, these prefer to be...

Movement - Sluff
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Movement - Black Rose

This was a very lively ski, and the ride was smooth. Again this offering from Movement didn’t appreciate plodding around, and preferred instead to be...

Movement - Black Rose
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Movement - Couloir

You could consider this the male version of the Black Rose. This is a ski that you can take anywhere on the hill, although at...

Movement - Couloir
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Movement - Goliath

This is the preferred ski of the professionals, and to be more specific the MacKay brothers, which if you know anything about those said Scots,...

Movement - Goliath
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Movement - Source

This will probably be a good seller for Movement. A ski that bridges the gap between piste and powder pretty well. For its width underfoot,...

Movement - Source
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Nordica - Jah Love

Whether or not these are still the fattest skis in the world, they are certainly the widest made by any of the main brands. Think...

Nordica - Jah Love
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Nordica - Girish

This is a top end freeride ski, and you need to be fairly proficent in order to get the most out of them…otherwise they will...

Nordica - Girish