hey skewers I'm Jeff from ski essentials calm last year if you follow our Channel you probably saw the video and article we did where we compared I believe it was six different all-mountain skis around 100 millimeters underfoot we got a lot of great feedback and responses to that video in that article and a lot of people asking us to do kind of the same thing but with different categories of skis so we're gonna do that this season and we're starting it with what I've been calling kind of 90 millimeter underfoot all-mountain skis before we dive into it let's talk about some things that make this challenging this was a huge category of skis even though we have a lot of models here there's way more than this so you know we don't have the resources or the time to talk about every single ski in this category in a single article or video so definitely leave us a comment if there's a ski that you don't see up here or that we don't talk about in the article I can think of a lot just off the top of my head that aren't here that we that we could talk about so definitely let us know if there's something that you think we missed or something that you want to hear more about along the same lines this this is 11 skis I think I could probably spend I don't know I could probably spend an hour talking about all these ski is pretty easily but for the the sake of not having a video that's that's an hour long I'm gonna run through them pretty quickly so if you think I missed anything about any of these models or if there's something that you want us to circle back to and give you some more detail on definitely let us know because I'm I'm gonna try and cover everything about all these skis but I'm sure I'm gonna miss something because I'm human but let's dive right in it's not waste any more time first we have the Volkl kendo this is a great ski it's been on the market for a really long time and I think it's a good ski to start with this is the ski that we started talking about in the article and we're gonna start talking about in the video as well pretty versatile ski Volkl refers to it as kind of the the slimmer I think they say slimmer brother to the mantra which is a good way to describe it but the the kendo has camber underfoot where the mantra doesn't so a little bit more responsive feel on firm snow the kendo is a ski with two sheets of metal so we're gonna talk about metal or construction of all these skis a lot two sheets of metal is going to be heavy it requires someone that is comfortable skiing at speed and comfortable with you know a significant amount of skier input into your skis they're not the lightest skis on the world but that metal in the ski the two sheets of metal has awesome damping properties and that the ski stays really quiet especially for you know aggressive skiers and then the shape of the kendo I think it's important to talk to you talk about some subtle early taper in the tips and Tails but not much there is tip and tail rocker with camber underfoot so a versatile shape for sure it's one of those skis I'll probably circle back and talks about this more with with these skis but a fairly even mix of performance characteristics in my opinion definitely a ski that you can ski anywhere on the mountain but because it's got those two sheets of metal you need to be a relatively aggressive skier to to really make the most out of it I would say anyone anyone really could ski it intermediate and up but those two sheets of metal are going to be more of a deterrent than a benefit if you're not overly aggressive the same can kind of be said about the blizzard Brahma this is a new Brahma for this season let's see if we can split apart here so new Brahma for this season they have shortened the turn radius just slightly they've made the tip shape more abrupt there are some similar changes to the popular bonafide which is kind of a wider version of this ski as well but still two sheets of metal still wood core ski so you know we could say similar things about the Brahma as the kendo in the sense that it requires a relatively aggressive skier relatively advanced I think the Brahma perhaps has the edge on on groomers it has more full width tips and Tails then you know it's subtle but a little bit more so than the kendo so longer effective edge on groomers a really great edge grip but again going to go back to this those two sheets of metal require is pretty aggressive skier I would say I think we mentioned this in the article but I would say the Brahma is a great choice for somebody who wants an all-mountain ski that they can take anywhere but perhaps perhaps you have a a groomer bias yourself you you prefer skiing on trail but but want the ability to take it off trail it's the Brahma is a great choice for that the Brahma CA this is another cool one we didn't talk about it super long in the article but I did mention it just just putting this in my hand it is so much lighter than the Brahma the difference here is the Brahma CA uses a carbon based construction instead of the metal laminates that we see in the normal Brahma so if you like the Brahma if that shape has always spoken to you you're a little bit turned off or weary of two sheets of metal this is way way lighter a little bit more user-friendly but still see ultra responsive just as versatile I would say it still has a little bit of a firm snow bias but barely this is this is definitely a ski that you can take off piste and do just fine I think you could actually say that it'd be a little easier than the normal Brahma in you know terrain like moguls or tight trees just because the swing weight slower so it's easier to toss back and forth enforcer 93 from Nordica this is another really important one important one in this category and kind of continuing the theme of two sheets of metal here so wood core two sheets of metal similar construction to the kendo and the Brahma that we've already talked about the difference here is the enforcer 93 obviously it's wider and it is it is technically the widest out of all these skis although some of you may be looking at that black ski on the end which we'll get to it's the widest and it's also got in my opinion a very freeride inspired shape this tip shape in particular it's got quite a long rocker profile and Nordica calls it a blunt tip some significant early taper in the tip as well the enforcer 93 is super maneuverable and you know I would say if the Brahma and the Brahma CA have a preference towards being skied on firm snow the enforcer 93 could maybe go the opposite with that and say that it has kind of an off piste biased great great tree speed great mobile ski especially here in Vermont you know we don't often have like super deep snow in our woods so it's really fun for that we move tests to the enforcer 93 quite a bit and we really like it so definitely check out the more in-depth reviews which reminds me all of these years were included in our 2018 ski test so you can go to those test results and read some some more in-depth reactions to each ski and from multiple different testers which is really cool this is a ski that kind of similar to the Brahma ca we touched on briefly in the article the Nordic and Navigator 90 you know I feel like we had to include it because it's exactly 90 underfoot and not too many other of these skis are so you know I would say if the enforcer 93 that's kind of more freeride e all-mountain shape the Navigator leans a little bit more towards firm snow use it's got less metal in it so similar to when I went to the Brahma CA from the Brahma this is noticeably lighter in my hand I don't know if you can see it but they call it hex titanium bridge so it's basically partial sheet of metal there's geometric shapes removed from that that metal laminate the tip shape you might notice looks very very similar to the enforcer where the tail shape is actually inspired by their Doberman racer or carving skis squared off tail or more more squared off than the enforcer finishes a carving turn really really well these have relatively short turn radius to something that could be said about a lot of Nordic skis right now but it makes them really really fun really responsive really energetic makes makes a bunch of different turn shapes pretty easily which i think is fun but yeah so with Nordica now within their kind of about 90 millimeter all-mountain skiers you've got the enforcer ninety three two sheets of metal freeride inspired shape and then you've got the navigator 90 which less metal more carving oriented shape so a couple options there the Salomon X dr 88 TI this is a new ski from Salomon for this year we did a long review last season of the XDR 84 TI which essentially shares the same construction obviously it's four four millimeters narrower but take a look at that review if you if you want to learn a little bit more about about this series so big thing with the XD are they basically use a partial metal laminate if you look at the black portion of the ski that's essentially showing you where the metal is in the ski and then it also uses CFX super fiber which we talked about at great length in our qst 99 and qst 118 reviews pretty cool all material it's a woven blend of flax and carbon fiber so the partial metal laminate it's reducing some swing weight and also making the tips and Tails a little bit more supple and then that flax and carbon the flax actually continues with the same kind of damping quiet properties of the metal and the carbon adds in some energy so definitely a really cool ski I think we're probably going to do some more reviews of the XDR series I know quite a few of our staff members are trying to get on get on them a little more often this season but yeah really cool ski pretty versatile shape if you see the tip shape it's got some early taper up there so when we skied the next e r84 it really shined in moguls and they also lay down some some really nice cars so another good one to kind of go back to the talk about metal and like the level of aggressiveness that you need to hit you definitely don't need to ski this as fast and as hard some of the skis with two sheets of metal a little bit more approachable a little bit more forgiving but still a super high performing ski metal carbon flex it's all that for sure alright deena star legend x88 if you're still with me I'm still with me so let's keep going the legend series a brand-new series for the season much like that XD our series is a brand-new series for this season there's within the legend series there's a bunch of different shapes and actually excuse me not a bunch of different shapes they all kind of share the same shape but a bunch of different constructions so don't take this information about this ski and apply it to every some everything in the line there there are some differences but basically what we have here this uses a lightweight wood core I believe it's paulownia wood cards or it could be Kariba I believe it's Polonia but very lightweight wood and then it does have two sheets of metal definitely taking some inspiration ahead of the dynastar sham series significant some significant amounts of early taper in the tips and Tails dynastar actually calls it five-point side cut which I'm I'm thinking about that right now because I'm looking at the side cut list on the on the ski and they don't list five numbers but anyways we'll forget about that they do they do call it five-point side cut which is really just another way to describe this significant amount of early taper both in the tip and the tail so really versatile shape it's gonna do really really well in soft snow Dena star has some videos out of their team skiing different legend skis and just the way that these perform in soft snow for a ski this narrow is really cool so if you're if you want this waist width but two sheets of metal and kind of freeride inspired sheep this is kind of another one that sits there with the enforcer 93 as being very maneuverable very versatile in softer snow conditions and variable snow conditions but still super powerful with those two sheets of metal alright continuing so k2 pinnacle 88 this is another really important ski in this category in my opinion last year on we did this with you know a hundred millimeter skis we talked about the pinnacle 95 and just as possibly the smoothest ski in the category and you know we have a lot more skis here and there are some there are some really smooth skis within this category and on this wall behind me but I still think that that title could go to the pinnacle 88 it's very approachable it's pretty easy to ski but it's got its really smooth fun performance they use metal laminates along the edges of the ski t2 called conic technology so basically really light materials in the center and then denser wood and metal along the edges so you get the smoothness and damping of metal but much lighter a little bit more user-friendly I think this is a great cruising ski which every time I say that it feels like somebody could perceive that as a negative comment but I don't want you to think that at all it's just very quiet very smooth very relaxed a really fun ski and it transitions really well from firm snow to variable snow it doesn't Buckey or kick you or anything so definitely a cool ski maybe you used to be really aggressive or your ability is progressing but you don't really feel like you're ready for two sheets of metal yet but you want a little bit more power out of your skis I think the pinnacle 88 is a great great choice it's got a really long rocker profile on the tip which I think is part of the reason why it has such smooth kind of mellow feel and stays really quiet and relaxed through their changes and snow conditions so yeah great ski and then atomic Vantage 90 seti I think in the article I mentioned that this is ultimately somewhat similar to the pinnacle in the sense that it uses a partial sheet of metal but kind of the opposite in this ski the metal runs down the center of the ski and then they use Atomics carbon tank mesh which we could compare to similar to the sea effect super fiber similar to carbon aniline matrix that we're going to talk about in the experience key but basically another woven style of carbon fiber adds a lot of energy and torsional stiffness so I would say similar things about the atomic as the k2 it's it's pretty approachable but you you up the responsiveness from the pinnacle requires a little bit more skier input I would say it's got it doesn't have the same amount of early taper and and tip rocker wider tips almost more of next Dr eighty-eight shape which which makes sense cuz some and anatomic have have some ties to each other but really really cool ski another one that's really versatile and I would say going back to a ski like the kendo this is another one where with the shape and the construction and everything it's just a really even mix of performance characteristics so you know maybe you're the type of skier that doesn't have a preference of terrain or conditions you just really want to ski everything and you want pretty even performance across the board this is this is a great choice and a little bit lighter than the kendo because it uses less metal so something to consider as you are choosing your skis let's see this is the Rossignol experience 88 HD we actually just did a full length review of this ski last week so check that out on chairlift chat we go way more in depth and there's some video footage of skiing it so another great ski this one's – let's see it's not totally unique in the sense that it doesn't use metal but it's one of three ZS on this wall that doesn't use metal so somewhat of a rarity in this in this range of 90 millimeter ish all-mountain skis that are their high performance keys so carbon alloy matrix is really the performance comes from in the experience 88 HD it's exceptionally light one of the lighter skis in this collection or in this group basically a carbon alloy matrix is very very similar to carbon tank mesh it's kind of a woven grid of carbon fiber you know this is definitely a ski where the Sheep dura is derived from more carving oriented skis so if you are a skier much like how we compared the Brahma to the enforcer 93 or even Brahma to kendo if you personally prefer skiing on firmed firm groomed snow conditions the experience 80 it's a great shape for that it's got full width tips and Tails so really really long edge edge connection to the snow a great feel great edge grip especially considering it doesn't use metal and it actually stays pretty quiet and pretty damn quick which is impressive for something that doesn't use metal so groomer oriented skier that doesn't want metal a great choice for somebody who maybe doesn't ski super fast but that's another thing that like every time I say that I feel like it's probably perceived as a negative still ripping ski it's still super responsive like I said great edge grip great energy great kind of pop and snap in and out of turns but much lighter a little bit less demanding because no metal it does have kind of the classic Rossignol honeycomb tips some reduced swing weight up there and it's just a great ski and I'll leave you with just remember that there's no metal on that ski so it's going to be lighter a little easier swing weight I would say something I often mentioned with lighter weight skis is they're less fatiguing over a long day of skiing you know maybe you take like one if you're out testing a bunch of skis and you take one run on a ski with two sheets of metal and then one run on the experience 88 HD you probably won't notice that you're significantly more tired coming off the skis with metal or you're not gonna come off the ski are off the experience 88 after one run and be like oh I've so much energy but over a long day of skiing you know if you're out there for six hours even just like the weight of the skis on the lift it plays into your fatigue levels all right here and this is one that gosh look at it it doesn't fit into this category at all this is the head core 105 and you know we're including this key in here because we actually already sold out of our first batch of core 93 so the head corn 93 is really the one that we should be talking about here but we don't have any right now so we're gonna hold up the 105 and talk about the 105 exceptionally light this thing is really light I mean I've been holding a bunch of 90 millimeter skis and now I'm holding a 105 millimeter ski and it's superlight graphine Kariba choroid and carbon are kind of the four key elements that go into this ski total redesigned from head on this collection of all-mountain skis and they're really cool they're really quiet it you know it's one of those things where you ski it and it's like ah are they lying or are you sure there's no metal in there because it's really stable it's really quiet but because it's so much lighter it's really easy to pop and snap around when I first saw this ski obviously this the shape the 105 is much wider but one of my first thoughts was hey that shape looks pretty similar to an enforcer and I still think it does so pretty similar and kind of intended use I would say for the core 93 to 2 and force or 93 but lighter so much lighter so if you're you know some people want to sheets of metal they kind of like a heavy ski because it stays super ultra quiet and kind of glued to the snow people that want similar shape but a much lighter ski have a great option in the core 93 so yeah we're gonna leave it there hopefully there was some information in there that that's gonna help you choose a ski choose your next all-mountain ski or just understand the differences between between all these skis because there's so many and there's a pretty significant range of we'll call it subtle subtle differences but there's still significant differences so like I said to start let us know if you have any questions I know this is not every ski in this category I think it's a pretty cool representation of the category but you know there there are brands even that that we couldn't include in here just for a time and length constraint so let us know if there's anything else that you want us to talk about we are planning on doing kind of more in-depth reviews a lot of these skis I think you'll definitely see a Brahma CA maybe maybe both of those skis together as an in-depth review I think definitely some Legend reviews are are in the pipeline and yeah we'll try and get out on as many of the excuses 10 and film films more skiing on them and and let you know some more in-depth reactions but until then let us know your thoughts let us know your questions and comments and we will see you guys on the slopes pretty soon we have frost this morning in in Stowe so we definitely have the itch the skiing itch around here so we'll see you guys on the slopes soon thank you very much and I hope you enjoy the video

What Ski Should I Buy? Comparing 2018 Skis in the 90 mm Range

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Which All Mountain ski would you recommend an intermediate inspired skier???
    Height 5’8
    145 pound

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    80 all mountain please???!!!

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Can you do a Full in depth review of the Volkl Katana V werks with the Kingpin blinding please and thank you

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Can you tell me which is the lightest here? and between Head Kore 93 and Atomic Vantage 90, which is lighter? Thanks!

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Hi, I have moved to the canadian rockies to ski here for a season and I'm not sure what ski I should go for. I am a pretty advanced skier growing up close to the alps, however I used to mostly ski on groomers and on skinnier carver type skis though I did venture out into deeper snow sometimes. Now that I'm here I've heard that theres a lot more powder and off piste skiing available that I want to try. I am thinking of the Kore 93 due to it being able to do groomers well while still allowing me to explore other parts of the mountain too. Is that correct?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Hey Guys , I just purchased the Head Kore 105 as I read great reviews on them and listened to some friends. I am normally a Rossignol guy but made the choice to switch. I have never really acted this impulsively when purchasing skies but was in desperate need of new gear and needed a change. I am skeptical of one thing and that is I am also from the East and ski mostly in Ontario Canada. I do go out West from time to time but not often. I wanted to know your opinion; would I be better off with the 105 or 93? I do not have the 105 in my possession yet and its not to late to change. I am willing to listen to anyones advice here. Thanks. Can the 105 handle ice and harder pack hills well?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    i was planing to buy fischers brand ski can you please let me know is it a good one or should i go for some other brand … i want to buy a all mountain ski – powder …. I'm 5.6 with 115lbs, I'm a intermediate skier

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Hey Jeff! Your reviews are great, any chance we could get a similar video with 2019 models?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Awesome review Jeff! I'm looking for my first pair of skis to buy , I'm 5.7 with 165lbs , skiing mostly blues and easy blacks but looking to get more off piest, maybe some ski mountaineering later on. I live in the east coast but ski on both west and east. Can you help me out with ski sizes and model recommendations ? Thanks a lot !!

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Awesome video! What ski would you recommend for someone that's a beginner and skiing in the PNW. Also what size would you suggest? The person is 5'8" and about 205 lbs?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Hey Jeff. I can only imagine how difficult it is to pick the skis to do this video in such a competitive category. So I won`t complain you did not include this ski or the other. How does Kastle FX95HP fall in to that group? Every where else the place it as a “monster” apart. Maybe because of the price tag, it is constantly left out, I don`t know… Thx, for the awesome work. Regards, Mauro.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    How about the Völkl Transfer 89?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Great review, thanks. How would you compare the Icelantic Pioneer 96 to this group?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Hi
    Can you let me know what do you think of the skis by Scott called Scott the ski ,I've just bought a pair 2018 and titainnium bindings and they look the part but not had the chance to try them out, had to buy new this year has my other pair of Scott Aztecs the bindings only went up to a 11 and after foot opp had to get bigger boots so did not want to re drill the old skis, so looking forward to the new ones.

    Regards Paul

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    What about the Black Crows Captis? Really interested in buying a pair but I'm still a little hesitant and can't make up my mind whether the kendo's are better. Any thoughts?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    This ski isn’t really in the same category, but what is your opinion of the Voelkl Revolt 95?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Where would the wreckreate 90 fit into this category?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Great review! Which size of skis would you recommend for the atomic vantage 90 cti if i measure 182 cm and weight 66 kg ?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Rossignol Experience 88 HD vs. K2 Pinnacle 88?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    How do you think the Volkl RTM 84 falls in here? I skied a pair on hard NY snow at a demo day and loved them. I wonder if they would have enough float on the rare soft day to be my one ski quiver. I’m contemplating the Nordica Enforcer as well, but worry I’m not going to be able to arc turns the way the Volkl does.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Hi Jeff. I would consider myself an intermediate skier. Which ski would you recommend for the PNW? I have always rented skies. I would like to purchase my own that will do all. Thanks.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Very informative reviews

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    So what skies to buy ?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Is there such ski: carving/onpiste/hardpack oriented all mountain ski in range of 80mm to 99mm waist? Thanks. After I watches your video, I like Brahma Pinnacle 95. I rode 88xdr, I likes it but It was heavy and head to drive hard during carve. I liked carving and poppness of 88 xdr. What do you recommend?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    What about the Armada ARV 96 184cm.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    What ski would you recommend for tackling that sugar snow crud which piles up on busy groomers especially near the end of the season?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    What are your thoughts on the Head KORE 93 skis?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Where does Nordica NRGY 90 fit in here? I live in midwest. Ski mostly in Michigan and Wisconsin. Intermediate skills. Trying to choose between NRGY 90 and Kendo. Which performs better in icy conditions?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    What about the Volkl RTM 84/86 ?
    I'm between the Salomon XDR 88 ti or the Volkl 84/86 (I think 86 construction is better than the 84). Could you please give me some hints on this 3 skis. Thank you so much. I can't decide ahah

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    great review…lots of good info in there for sure. So thanks. I bought the Atomics last yr and love them. I ski 80 – 90% off piste and they work well everywhere for me.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Awesome video, thank you. While looking more into the navigator I discovered the Nordica GT 84 ti evo. I ski on the east coast and 80% on groomers (ice). Do you happen to have any knowledge of the GT? And what the differences are between the two?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Volkl 90eight all day long nothing better IMO in that range I'm a light weight guy also have a tour binding.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    would like to hear about the faction dictator 2.0 in this category..

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    great review! i'm about to buy an allmountain ski with about 90mm range. which of these skis are the best for carving down the groomers? i really like carving but i also want to be able to do fast smooth turns (moguls) as well as to go skiing in the soft snow. i was thinking about the nordica navigator 90 so far. any opinions?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Good review and good skiing. I love the KENDO for its versatility , so fun and it still holds on ice but man it is HEAVY. But , for the slopes skied in this video I prefer short turn, race inspired skis I think a lot of people are on the "wrong" skis 95% of the time.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    I think it would be useful, when showing skis, to hold them base-to-base so that we can see the degree to which there is front rocker and where, on the length of the ski, that rocker begins. Same with the tail. It's rare in reviews or overviews of skis that the reviewer shows the tails. For some of us, whether we like to ski switch on occasion or whether we just like the characteristics of some degree of tail rocker (or if you want to see how skin attachment looks for the tail), seeing the degree of tail rocker and how far from the rear end that rocker begins would be pretty helpful.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    I know it’s difficult, but it will be nice to test the Zag h95

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    The XDR for me-nice and easy, super friendly ski.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    What about the qst 99?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Great review! Love all the information!

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    I love the brahma and know it well… how is the Kore 93 on piste relative to the brahma? Does the Kore's camber give you rebound turn to turn like the Brahma?? Thanks.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Great job. For a 70% on piste 30% off piste skier, I love the Salomon skis. Torn between the XDR 88 and QST 99. Thoughts?

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Lib Tech Wreckreate

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Great Video! I currently own a set of Volkl One's (I know, much bigger than these) that I absolutely love. I love how easily they release the turn. I have been getting much more into mogul amd piste skiing and really want a ski that has a similar slarvey feel but is smaller. Been looking into the Volkl Kanjo, and something like the Atomic Vantage. What are your thoughts on something like the Vantage 95c from last year. Just looking for a simmilar, fun feel.

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    kästle is defenetely Missing Out

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  • June 1, 2019 at 10:11 pm
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    Got to get on the Armada Tracer, you are right. Huge category special for us selling in CO. Have u skied the J Metal? A few J skis came through the shop this week.

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