welcome to ski talk TV in here in Kuta we've been testing all-mountain skis and we were really lucky but a little bit of fresh snow overnight which just liven up the conditions so mark all-mountain skis what's that all about it's basically someone who's looking for one pair of skis that will cover everything if they want to ski some off piece it'll work well if they want to carve on the piste great fun as well so ski that will cover absolutely everything okay so starting with the Volkl as soon as you get on this ski you can feel the quality of the construction it's a really smooth ride very agile from edge to edge fantastic performance on the piece super grippy both in long and short turns okay the surprising part of it is when you go off piste it I mean it does feel quite narrow underfoot but when you go off piste it still feels floaty maneuverable easy to use okay 84 mil so we're looking a bit wider with the stock it's the third year that it's won our ski tests it is wider it's 92 underfoot but it's amazing on the piste particularly for longer turns put it on the edge really smooth predictable side cut great ride really good fun it's quite wide for sure to turn so I put a bit more compromise for short turns on the hardest snow but actually it's a great piece ski move into the deeper conditions fantastic plenty of width good rocker on the shovel again a lovely smooth ride brilliant for deeper snow ok then the Atomics are similar width so what's different here it feels quite different although it is similar width underfoot so it's a much more of a reactive side cuts so when you put the skill it's edge you get a lot back it's better suited to medium radius carve turns on the piste and very high levels of grip so it's a reactive great fun ski on the piece and then you get into the deeper snow and you've got a nice rocker good shovel good width easy-to-use floaty maneuverable great for a really good fun all around ski ok so mark for me I like a kind of freeride feel so this Scot works really really well what would you holler if you could have one of these it's a good question I mean they're all great skis for me I'd probably go for the Volk or more of a sort of peace sky and I just love the agility and the grip that that ski has I hope you found that useful so go to the ski club code at UK for the full reviews and do subscribe to this channel for more videos

2017 Ski Tests – Best Men's All-Mountain Skis

7 thoughts on “2017 Ski Tests – Best Men's All-Mountain Skis

  • June 19, 2019 at 12:44 pm
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    โ€œokaiโ€

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  • June 19, 2019 at 12:44 pm
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    WTF A IS A PISST`????????

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  • June 19, 2019 at 12:44 pm
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    Very disappointed withScott the Skii.Mine delaminated after chipping around the tips and Scott Europe weren't interested in a warranty claim for their poorly constructed skis.Well thats once bitten for me.No more Scott anything.

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  • June 19, 2019 at 12:44 pm
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    great descriptions but I'm surprised you're using such narrow waisted skis as being best all mountain skis being that it is the 2017 model year. I can't imagine a 92 waist being 'brilliant' in deep snow! I am curious why skis such at Blizzard Bonafide (98) or the Volkl 90Eight or Salomon QST99's weren't under consideration? These are skis I'm currently looking at to become my new all mountain skis for non powder days. I've got the Volkl Shiro at 119 underfoot for those days ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • June 19, 2019 at 12:44 pm
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    jus t bought the Vantage! ill let you know how I like them. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • June 19, 2019 at 12:44 pm
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    Had to stop playing this before one minute had elapsed due to that continuous background beeping. Soundie didn't notice it?!

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  • June 19, 2019 at 12:44 pm
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    how many dus dees cost

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