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Amplid - Infradark

An unbelievably smooth ski to ride on, the Infradark is one of our favourite Amplid skis. For their size it is always surprising when you...

Amplid - Infradark
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Armada - ARG

The big mountain charger in the Armada range is still defined by progressive sidecut (Elf Shoe Tech) for grip where you need it, and the...

Armada - ARG
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Atomic - Atlas

This is a very popular big mountain tool. The rockered nose, with a slight reverse sidecut shape stays above the snow easily, and in powder...

Atomic - Atlas
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Atomic - Coax

This is one designed for the whole mountain. At 105mm underfoot you’ve got plenty to be floating on in the powder, but you won’t have...

Atomic - Coax
Freeride

Black Diamond - Megawatt

The Megawatt gets slightly wider for this year, cementing itself as an out and out big-mountain powder specialist. Its width and long rockered tip make...

Black Diamond - Megawatt
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Black Diamond - Justice

The Justice is essentially a more chilled out version of the Megawatt, yet still retains a powderhound status. A rockered tip and wide profile ensure...

Black Diamond - Justice
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Black Diamond - Zealot

The Zealot fits in the slot between freeride and all-mountain, and is wider and with slight rockered tip for this year. Testers found it great...

Black Diamond - Zealot
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Blizzard - Titan Argos IQ Max

The little brother to Zeus, the Argos is another charger capable of handling all sorts of nasties out in the backcountry; avalanche debris,ice,crud etc. This...

Blizzard - Titan Argos IQ Max
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Blizzard - Titan Zeus IQ Max

Blizzard has had a long absence from the shelves of British ski shops, and to be honest we thought it had become a joke brand....

Blizzard - Titan Zeus IQ Max
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Dynastar - Big Dump

If you thought that Dynastar couldn’t get anymore hardcore…then you were wrong. The Big Dump is an ultra wide big mountain ski with rockered tip...

Dynastar - Big Dump
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Dynastar - Pro XXL

This is one for the strong advanced to expert skier. This ski demands to be driven hard in order to get the maximum benefit out...

Dynastar - Pro XXL
Freeride

Dynastar - Pro Rider

This is a great ski for charging round the mountain, and it’ll probably clear everything and everyone out of your way in the process. Being...

Dynastar - Pro Rider
Freeride

Elan - 1111

This is Elan’s Powder hound, but don’t be fooled by the hippy looking swallow tail, these things are quite capable of gunning. Despite their width...

Elan - 1111
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Elan - 1010 ALU

This is Elan’s Big Mountain charger, and while the 1111 is a short fat and friendly ski, these are a little more trim around the...

Elan - 1010 ALU
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Faction - Alias 100

This is the sort of next generation of freeride ski that we like, moving away from the all out rocker and twin tip construction...

Faction - Alias 100
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Faction - Thirteen

A good freeride tool, with the 112 waist and front rocker giving good floatation in the powder. It is stiff yet manouverable, so also...

Faction - Thirteen
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Head - Richie 102

Wherever you want to go, these will take you there fast…and probably in a straight line. Stiff, and requiring maximum effort, these skis are not...

Head - Richie 102
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K2 - Gotback

This is a great freeride ski for the ladies. Perfect for any backountry condition. They have plenty of float with the slightly rockered and shovel...

K2 - Gotback
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K2 - Sidestash

A big mountain charger from K2, the Sidestash is a hardcore freeride tool. With a slight front rocker it floats well in the powder, and...

K2 - Sidestash
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K2 - Darkside

Put simply an absolute monster of a ski. The Darkside is the perfect tool for charging Alaskan faces; its width underfoot and slight rocker at...

K2 - Darkside
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K2 - Backlash

This is a bit more of an all-mountain ski. It is quite a light pair of planks, so easy to maneuvre, and especially useful for...

K2 - Backlash
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K2 - Coomback

This is a solid backountry ski. A homage to the late Doug Coombs, the Coomback is built for first descents, touring, steeps and speed –...

K2 - Coomback
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K2 - Hardside

At 98mm underfoot it might seem to many as if this ski isn’t really a backcountry ski at all, and aimed instead at the all-mountain...

K2 - Hardside
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K2 - Payback

The Payback is a great all-mountain ski, and can easily switch between telemark, alpine, touring, or piste cruising. As the saying goes, Jack of all...

K2 - Payback
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