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2019 Blizzard Ski Preview

2/22/2018 9:52 AM

2019 Blizzard Ski Preview: More Fun in More Places

Back in December, we were lucky enough to have the opportunity to see what Blizzard skis had in store for their 2019 lineup. Convening on local watering hole Stowe Bowl, President of Blizzard/Tecnica USA Sam Cook took us through their full 2018/2019 lineup giving us a sneak peak at what's new for next year. Now, a couple of months later, we're excited to be able to share with you what we learned in this 2019 Blizzard ski preview!

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Liberty Skis Brand Introduction: Welcome to the SkiEssentials Family!

Here at SkiEssentials.com, our mantra has always been "Gear for Skiers, by Skiers." That's why we're super excited to announce today that we now carry Liberty skis! Started back in 2003 by a team of dedicated skiers, Liberty has since grown to become a force to be reckoned with within the ski industry. In this article, we'll quickly cover the company's background before giving brief overviews of the two collections we now carry at SkiEssentials: the Genesis and the Origin. Find out all about it right here!

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2019 Salomon S/Lab Shift AT Ski Binding Review: Welcome to the Future

It's no secret that skiers have been looking for the perfect AT binding for years. The dilema has alway been this: pin tech bindings lack the security required for days at the resort, while AT bindings with a traditional toe piece are heavy and usually inhibit the flex of the ski. Unless you've been lucky enough to have two separate ski setups, chances are you've made sacrifices in one way or another. That is, until now. As you'll see in our review of the new 2019 Salomon S/Lab Shift AT Binding, the game has officially been changed. Find out more right here!

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POC Fovea Ski Goggle Review

1/9/2018 11:37 AM

2018 POC Fovea Ski Goggle Review

Here at SkiEssentials, we're often asked, "what are your best, most affordable ski goggles?" While we're never ones to say "these are the best, no matter what," as we recognize that every skier has different preferences, we can still confidently say that the POC Fovea goggles are currently one of the best goggles we have available for (well) under $100. Here to tell you a little bit more about these excellent ski goggles is brand new Chairlift Chat contributor Drew Gilmore with his full review! Get the full scoop here, and feel free to welcome Drew in the comments section!

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Which Skis Should I Buy? Comparing Women's All Mountain Skis

Continuing our series of ski comparison articles, we're excited to bring you a guide to some of our favorite Women's All Mountain skis. With waist widths right around 90mm, the skis featured here are all great options for women who spend most of their time on trail, but don't shy away from soft or choppy snow when it presents itself. So how do you know which all mountain ski is right for you? Take a look at this helpful guide as we point out some of the subtleties that make each ski unique, all while trying to find the perfect ski for you!

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