Best Women’s Skis for 2015

March 24, 2015

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  • Drew Zieff

Ladies: time to kick up clouds of snow and leave the boys in the dust (in this case, powder).  Don’t let your banged up skis get in the way of arcing turns and dropping cliffs this year – click in and step up with a top-of-the-line pair of planks. 

Star 7: Powder Days

Rossi star 7 Rossignol Star 7 $704.96 - $807.50

This award-winning freeride ski is based off a perennial favorite in the men’s category: the Soul 7. Light Air Tips eliminate weight while boosting strength, complementing a paulownia core and an agile turning radius. 

Best For: The steep and deep

Boundary 100W

To ski out of bounds or not to ski out of bounds? That is the question. G3 answers with the Boundary 100W, a women’s specific all-mountain ski that’s comfortable on the groomers yet excels in the soft stuff. From the bumps to the backcountry, G3 let’s you figure out your own boundaries. Coming in the 2015-16 season.

Best For: Variable conditions, all-mountain assaults

Be on the lookout for Boundary 100W for the 2015-16 season.

Armada ARW

Armada arw 2 Armada ARW $359.97 - $439.96

It’s no secret: Armada’s park team is packed with heavy hitters. Skiing on the ARW, park comp podiums are within range. Armada’s sole women’s park ski, the ARW is packed with professional features like a traditional camber profile, carbon Kevlar stringers and a Laminate matrix. 

Best For: Fun runs, progressing in the park

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