Hottest Skis for 2018

This video includes the best skis coming to the 2018 season. The Ski Club headed back to the Slide trade show to check out all the latest developments from the top brands. It’s always important to do as much research as possible before you buy the best skis for you.

It seems that skis are once again getting lighter, stronger and pushed to perform in all conditions.

All the gear info you need is right here

0:17 Slight 100 from Scott. A freeride all mountain crossover ski. A light and powerful ski that is playful yet stiff.

0:50 Daemon from Black Crows. A new full reverse camber ski that will turn and edge with ease. True all terrain ski.

1:32 Core from Head. Supposedly the lightest freeride ski to hit the market. Packing as much strength as possible whilst keeping the weight to the bare minimum.

2:44 Icon + Beyond skis from Movement. Nimble on piste coupled with slight rocker in tip and tail to inspire confidence in a vast array of conditions.

03:29 ARV JJ from Armada. Brand new tech pushing it into the freeride line. New profile, new construction and perfect for all mountain.

03:57 XDR from Salomon. At the heart of the XDR is the new CFX super fibre. To deliver good edge bite and minimal chatter when charging.

5:40 Backland ski from Atomic. Built for the freeride touring community. Lightweight with an advanced pin binding.

6:40 My Ranger from Fischer. An entry into freeride skiing with carbon fibre tip and wood core.

7:09 Tracer 108 from Armada. A beautiful ski designed for freeride touring. New tech includes the Crystal Mesh for better vibration dampening.

7:42 Prime from Faction. A really innovative ski for the touring. Lightweight and powerful built from the best materials.

08:47 Rustler + Sheever from Blizzard. Built for intermediate/advanced skiers who want an all-mountain ski for any conditions.

09:56 Helio from Black Diamond. Ultra lightweight touring ski designed with a carbon fibre top sheet.

10:20 Legend from Dynastar. Redesigned, rebuilt and aimed at the free riders. Shovel tip and wide tail.

11:15 Atris from Black crows. Already a high selling ski, redesigned for better stability, all mountain.

11:58 Soul 7HD + Seek from Rossignol. With improved air tip 2.0 to maintain rigidity and performance. The seek, a brand new touring ski built to hold up against the bigger brother.

13:10 RTM 84 from Volkl. Category award winning ski slightly redesigned with 3d Glass. Preformed glass structure that fits into the ski.

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