Category: Winter Skis

Salomon Q 105 Review

New to Salomon’s ski line this season, the Q line has a ski for almost every skier type out there including both men’s and women’s. The line ranges from 90-115 underfoot which works for...

Icelantic Nomad RKR Review

Icelantic describes the Nomad RKR as “the funnest ski we’ve ever made.” I’m lucky enough to get to ski 75+ days per year and get to do so on many different skis and don’t...

Salomon Rocker2 115 Ski Review

Skiing powder can be a wonderful experience, but skiing powder with powder ski’s can be an amazing experience!  Over the last few months, I’ve had the opportunity to test out the Salomon Rocker2 115...

Dynafit Bindings Review

As backcountry and sidecountry skiing is gaining in popularity, it has many skiers thinking about switching or upgrading their bindings and ski setup. I recently had the chance to test out a Dynafit setup...

Salomon Origins Topaz Ski Review

Whether it is long sweeping turns on a stretch of fresh courdory, skating down the last run of the day, or hitting a powder stash in the trees, the Salomon Origins Topaz skis are...

Salomon Sentinel Review

With many performance ski’s out on the market and the explosion of the fatty ski market, it seems like some manufactures have missed one category, the category in between!. As I ski the mountains...