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2022 Ski Comparisons: Men's Frontside Ski Guide

Welcome to our 2022 Race and Front Side Ski Comparison! If you’re one of those skiers who has a constant eye on velocity on your ski tracker app, this is the comparison you’ve been waiting for. Whether you’re a professional racer, beer-league skier, or an instructor looking for a technical edge, this list of skis will have something for you. Ranging in widths from 65 to 82 mm, and from 11-meters to 30 in terms of radius, if you spend most of your time on the front side of the resort, and value good grooming over deep snow, you’re sure to find something on this wall. While most of these skis have at least one full sheet of metal, there’s still a pretty good range of ways to use it, from varying thicknesses to vertical placements, the ski engineers held nothing back with these skis. Some of these skis belong on the drag strip and have no use in real-world road driving, while others are Lamborghini SUV’s, the high-octane theme holds true for all.

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2019 Volkl Racetiger GS R WC 30 Skis with Marker Plate



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170, 175, 180, 185 cm

18.3 m @ 175 cm

114 / 69 / 97 mm

Speed, Stability, Power


Overview:

Here’s a good example of a true and pure race-room ski. While the FIS regulations change from year to year, this Racetiger GS R WC 30 is the real deal. Built with a full-sensor wood core and three layers of titanal, these thick skis will hold on anything and at any speed. And, that’s a good thing for World Cup and upper-end skiers who operate at terminal velocities. With a 30-meter turn radius in the 188 and 193, these skis are pretty straight-shooters who need an appropriate pilot. Volkl uses their UVO 3D in their race skis to keep the tips stable and damp while there’s a bit of tip rocker to help with the initiation. As stiff and burly as it gets in the ski world, the Volkl Racetiger GS R WC 30 skis with the Marker piston plate is a very one-dimensional ski.

Who it's For:

Top athletes and World Cup skiers. Probably not you, but if you, great!


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2022 Rossignol Hero Athlete GS with Look Plate



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185 cm

27 m @ 185 cm

102 / 65 / 84 mm

Size Availability, Shorter GS Turns, Dampness


Overview:

Moving from the big-dog skis to the slightly smaller pooches, the Rossignol Hero Athlete GS skis feature a lot of the same construction tactics as the WC versions, but are meant for junior racers. This does a couple of disservices from a marketing perspective, however. For one, a grown adult, very aggressive skier, looking for true GS performance but in smaller sizes and shorter turn shapes should and will gravitate to a ski like this. Rossi is putting it in the U16 category, but really these skis can hold up to a lot more. Built with the same 65 mm waist width, these skis have slightly wider tips and tails, shortening the GS arc to 23 meters in the 175 cm length, so you’re sure to turn on a dime. These skis are some of Rossignol’s only skis to keep on with the Line Control Technology, placing vertical metal beams that run the central chord of the ski. Combine that with an Ash wood core, two sheets of titanal, and fiberglass, and these are some real-deal skis that can hang with the best of them.

Who it's For:

As per Rossignol, this ski is meant for Junior/U16 racers, but it has a whole lot more to offer strong skiers looking for a shorter GS arc without sacrificing anything.


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2021 Nordica Doberman GS WC Skis with Marker Plate



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183, 188 cm

23 m @ 183 cm

FIS Certified

Stiffness, Power, Shorter GS Turns


Overview:

Built like a true GS ski, but with a shape that precludes it from FIS competition, the Nordica Dobermann GS WC skis are pretty darn strong and stable, with wider tips and tails that shorten the turn, making it more fun and better suited for high-end recreational racers rather than full-on World Cuppers. Built with Nordica’s thicker and stiffer core, the skis also get the .8mm titanal laminate with a Phenol sidewall and a Marker Piston Plate. In the 183, the skis produce a somewhat-paltry 23-meter turn shape, so it’s even shorter than the U16’s from Rossignol. Feel free to dominate the local beer league on these skis, as they have the build and attitude to rip any race course or trail from top to bottom.

Who it's For:

Former racers returning to glory in the local circuit, masters racers, and skiers who just want the burly and beefy feel of a true race ski. You love speed, but also have the skills to appropriately turn a ski when needed.


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2020 Blizzard Firebird GS Race Skis with Marker Plate



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170, 177, 184 cm

22.5 m @ 177 cm

103.5 / 65.5 / 83.5 mm

Quickness, Energy, Power


Overview:

Another ski that blurs the line between a junior FIS race ski and an upper-level product that allows adultand recreational racers to have the opportunity to arc clean and round turns at any speed. At the 177 cm length, these skis generate a 22.5-meter turn radius, and this is good news for beer leaguers and masters racers who love the feeling of crushing a race course. Built with a full wood core, dual-metal laminate and full camber, these skis are ready for the ice, as the 65.5-mm waist width offers the ultimate in torsional stiffness and edge grip.

Who it's For:

Junior racers looking for that FIS-level ski, as well as adults who want a rugged carver that’s quick and agile.


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2021 Rossignol Hero Athlete SL Skis with Look Plate



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165 cm

Slalom

116 / 67 / 103 mm

Dampness, Quickness, Grip


Overview:

Our first Slalom ski on the wall, the Rossignol Hero Athlete SL skis and their 13-meter radius in the 16will make any skier feel like their SL hero out there on the hill. This is a pure slalom ski that loves and needs to be on edge. A lot of the previous race skis have come with the caveat that you can simply run them flat and straight if needed, but these short-turners prefer to be locked in a turn. By using Line Control Technology infused to their Ash wood core, the Hero Athlete SL is about as smooth and stable as they come. Two horizontal layers of titanal round out this burly build, making it apparent that these are real-deal slalom skis that belong in a race course. At 67 mm underfoot, these are slalom-spec, so be prepared to rip some turns from top to bottom.

Who it's For:

Short-turn enthusiasts who are looking for an actual race ski rather than a recreational slalom carver. You are either in a race course or ski somewhere with limited length on your trails to maximize technique.


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2020 Nordica Dobermann GS M RB Skis with Marker Plate



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180 cm

19.5 m @ 180 cm

114 / 69 / 97 mm

Energy, Responsiveness, Playfulness


Overview:

We’re finally getting a little bit wider in the GS realm, entering the 69-mm zone underfoot with the Dobermann GS M RB. As a result, there’s a bit of a boost in the balance point, giving us mere mortals more of a fighting chance to tame these beasts. The narrower the waist, the harder it is to balance, and the more you have to stay on it. With the addition of a few mm’s, skiers can relax just a tiny bit, but that’s about it. These skis are still built with Nordica’s performance wood core with 2 sheets of titanal and their Carbon Race Bridge. This carbon laminate “bridges” the tip and shovel of the ski into the main body, allowing for quick and responsive initiation into the turn. The same happens in the tail of the ski, making the release portion as sharp and energetic as possible. In the 180 cm we get a 19.5-meter turn radius, so these things turn on a dime. If you are ready to give input to these skis, you’re certainly going to get it back.

Who it's For:

High-end recreational racers and carvers looking for a dedicated front side ski that leaves deep and round trenches in its wake. You know how to lean into and drive a ski, and if not, these will be a handful.


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2022 Dynastar Speed 963 Skis with SPX 12 Bindings



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156, 162, 168, 173 cm

13 m @ 168 cm

122 / 68 / 104 mm

Accessibility, Precision, Slalom-Style Skiing


Overview:

In the recreational slalom realm, the Dynastar Speed 963 offers up a narrow-waisted ski that rips short turns, but doesn’t quite have the top-end punishing attitude of a ski like the Rossi SL. Built with a Poplar wood core that also leans on their Hybrid PU material, these skis have a surprising amount of stability, dampness, and energy. By placing their poplar stringers in a bi-directional format, they’re able to use the opposing grain to get more strength without adding material. The PU along the edges marries well with the V-Tech construction, putting more emphasis and strengths over the sides of the skis. As one of the first recreational skis on this wall, it’s more accessible for a greater number of skiers, while still retaining that high-end feel and performance from a true slalom-style ski.

Who it's For:

You love the art of the short, carved turn, but don’t want a full World Cup race ski. You plan on using this for groomed and smooth slopes in the morning, but perhaps not all day.


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2022 K2 Disruption Ti2 Skis with Marker Race XCell 16 Bindings



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177, 182, 187 cm

22.3 m @ 182 cm

111 / 71 / 96 mm

Stability, Edge Grip, Power


Overview:

Not sure why K2 felt they needed a stronger and carvier version of the MTi, but we’re kinda glad they did. Enter the Disruption Ti2. This ski is based on the MTi, but with more metal and a longer turn radius. As a result, you get a truer GS race style of turns without the full-on World Cup construction. In fact, these skis still have technology such as K2’s Dark Matter Damping to stabilize the ski without using metal. Even so, it’s got a lot of titanal in it, and you can certainly feel it in the weight. Another pretty darn cool thing about the Ti2 is that it comes with a Marker Piston plate and Xcell 16 bindings—further emphasizing the race mentality without totally committing to a WC design.

Who it's For:

Expert skiers and former racers who are looking for a very strong carver without going full-race. You love the early morning groomers and want the pinnacle of edge grip in a longer-turn format.


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2022 Volkl Deacon 72 Master Skis with Marker Plate



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173, 178 cm

16.4 m @ 178 cm

125 / 72 / 103 mm

Short turns at speed, Agility, Precision


Overview:

The Volkl Deacon 72 Master is a bit of an update from the Deacon 74 of years past. Built similarly to the 76, the 72 has the shorter radius and the slightly narrower waist. The tips and tails remain the same, with the 72 mm underfoot width responsible for tightening up the turns. Volkl puts a lot of their technology into these skis, as we see the Tailored Carbon Tips filter in from the V.Werks and Mantra/Secret M6 skis in the line. This gives a lot of precision in the turn initiation, allowing skiers to drive and dive right in to the turn and get supreme feedback as a result. Built with the World Cup Ash wood core, the 72 is as strong as it gets, and with two sheets of titanal added to the mix, it’s ready to roll on any type of firm snow. We’re also starting to see some tip and tail rocker make their way into the skis, allowing for just a tad of versatility and ease to the mix.

Who it's For:

Carving enthusiasts who not only love pink sidewalls, but also ski either a 173 or a 178.


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2022 Stockli Laser SC Skis with SRT 12 Bindings



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149, 156, 163, 170, 177 cm

14.9 m @ 170 cm

123 / 72 / 104 mm

Precision, Flex, Quality


Overview:

On the upper-end of the quality spectrum, the Stockli Laser SC is a short-turn specialist with a bit more range than a traditional race ski. Still built with a wood core and two sheets of metal, this ski is no slouch, but it does have a friendlier flex that’s accessible for more skiers who are looking to get more out of their day than just spending time in the race course. At 72 mm underfoot, it’s a bit wider than the race slalom ski, giving skiers a wider platform with better balance. This SC almost borders on an all-mountain slalom ski, and it’s not unreasonable to take it all over the place, but it’s certainly most at home on the groomers and firm snow. We see that 13-meter turn radius, so it does share the overall footprint as an SL race ski, just in a wider-bodied format. Rubber dust and Torsion Racing Technology complete the Stockli feel.

Who it's For:

You love the feel of a quality product, but aren’t into actual racing. You love the feel of a purely carved slalom turn, and also appreciate the ability to flex the ski to activate the whole radius.


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2022 Dynastar Speed 763 Skis with SPX 12 Bindings



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158, 166, 174, 182 cm

15 m @ 175 cm

121 / 72 / 106 mm

Quickness, Agility, Mid-Range Carves


Overview:

While the 963 was more of a slalom twin, these 763’s prefer to open it up a bit. While we’re not seeng a true GS style of turn with the 763, it is a bit longer, allowing skiers who love to carve but also like to operate at more moderate speeds the chance to get into that amazing front side ski that can really rip some turns. Built with a poplar wood core and polyurethane in the sidewalls of the ski, these 763’s have a damp, smooth, and stable personality to them allowing skiers to get a ton of power and precision in a lighter package than the real-deal racers. With an SPX 12 binding system, you’re getting a nice and high stand height to really lay these things over and have an absolute blast out there.

Who it's For:

Advanced and expert skiers who want to carve like racers but without the race skis. You spend most of your time on-piste with these skis and value energy and precision over power and stability.


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2022 Atomic X Redster X9i WB Skis with X12 Bindings



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157, 165, 173, 181 cm

21 m @ 173 cm

129 / 95 / 119 mm

Stability, Dampness, Balance


Overview:

Bumping up to the mid-70's for width, these new Redster X9i WB skis come in at 75 mm underfoot. Built with their new Revoshock technology, Atomic is moving away from the Servotec rod that we’ve seen in these skis in the past. With four metal plates suspended in an elastomer material, these skis are incredibly stable and damp when the plates float and reduce shock. Built with Atomic’s Power wood core and two sheets of metal, the X9i WB has a lot to offer the front side skier. With a wider-bodied platform, skiers will get more versatility out of this ski to go along with the ripping carving qualities. We’re big fans of this sleek X12 binding system as well, as it sits in the ski nicely and offers a low-profile design.

Who it's For:

Serious alpine carvers looking for a balanced platform. If you like race-like precision in a friendlier format, this X9i WB is worth a look.


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2022 Blizzard Firebird HRC Skis with XCell 14 Bindings



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158, 166, 174, 182 cm

17 m @ 182 cm

126 / 76 / 107 mm

High-test fun, Grip, Stiffness


Overview:

As a mix between the WRC (GS) and SRC (SL) in the Firebird line, the HRC splits the difference nicely. Thanks to the construction, we’re still in that race-room style of build with a dense wood core and two sheets of metal. We also benefit from both Carbon Armor and Carbon spine technologies which add a ton of precision and response to the system. We also get an XCell 14 binding on the ski, so this wider-bodied ski has a lot to offer strong carvers who are looking to get the most out of their on-piste times. This is a great option for that skier looking for a front side ripper to complement their all-mountain and freeride skis, as it blends and blurs the line between a serious ski and a fun carver. The 174 gets the 15-meter turn radius, so these things can certainly turn on a dime.

Who it's For:

High-end experts looking for that front-side ski on the top end of the spectrum. You can use this as a beer-league ski as well as a front-side ripper.


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2022 Blizzard Thunderbird R15 WB Skis with TPX 12



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158, 166, 174, 182 cm

15 m @ 174 cm

126 / 76 / 107 mm

Accessibility, Poise, Top-End Feel


Overview:

A new lineup for Blizzard for 2022, the Thunderbird R15 WB is a fantastic choice for front side skiers looking for something a bit more manageable than the Firebird line. Built with Blizzard’s True Blend On-Piste wood core, the R15 WB has a strong blend of beech wood stringers that offer a ton of power and precision, while leaving the tips and tails a bit more flexible and accessible. At 76 mm underfoot, these skis mirror the shape of the HRC, even offering the same 15-meter radius in the 174. Active Carbon armor is another technology used here that keeps the forebody and rear of the binding zone stiff and active. The floating carbon plate allows the ski to flex more naturally while keeping the stiffness and edge grip totally intact.

Who it's For:

Strong to very strong skiers who want to rip, but don’t want or need to give 110% with every turn.


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2022 Blizzard Thunderbird Sport Ti with TPX 12



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145, 150, 155, 160, 165, 170, 175 cm

14 m @ 170 cm

126 / 76 / 105 mm

Accessibility, Friendliness, Underfoot Grip


Overview:

These new Thunderbird skis really check a lot of boxes. The Sport Ti is a great example of a ski that has a huge range of skier types, allowing everyone from advancing intermediates to complete experts the opportunity to carve a clean and round turn. At 76 mm underfoot, there’s enough of a platform to balance on for progressing carvers, while the titanal laminates and the True Blend On-Piste wood core offers plenty of performance for more aggressive skiers. We’re seeing the application of a capped tip and tail here, allowing for quicker initiation and easier skiing from tip to tail, while keeping the underfoot portions of the skis totally intact. For more of a price-point option than the R15 WB, the Sport Ti is still a surprising performer with a ton of upside.

Who it's For:

Lots of skiers, actually. From emerging intermediates to smaller/lighter experts, the Sport Ti has a lot to offer a wide range of front side enthusiasts.


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2022 Stockli Laser AX Skis



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154, 161, 168, 175, 182 cm

15.9 m @ 175 cm

124 / 78 / 111 mm

Versatility, Quality, Precision


Overview:

Here we are again with another glowing Stockli review. The Laser AX, for a lot of people’s well-earned money, is one of the best performing front side skis out there. It has the feel and personality of both a race ski and an all-mountain ski at the same time, and that’s pretty hard to do. With a lighter wood core bolstered by two sheets of metal, this 78-mm underfoot ripper loves any and all kinds of skiing. It’s not only an awesome choice for groomer-specific skiing, but also a fantastic bump and tree ski as it’s not too cumbersome. With the feel of a light weight product but the performance of a stable heavyweight, the Laser AX is one of the most well-rounded skis on this wall.

Who it's For:

Skiers who value precision and quality. You love versatility in your carving ski, and are not willing to sacrifice true on-trail performance for it.


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2022 Rossignol Hero Elite Plus Ti Skis with SPX 12 Bindings



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160, 167, 174, 181 cm

14 m @ 174 cm

130 / 78 / 110 mm

Stability, Smoothness, Dampness


Overview:

With a Rossignol race build, complete with an Ash wood core, two sheets of titanal, and Dual Line Control Technology, these Hero Elite Plus skis are pretty darn fun and burly. That said, they also have the feel and finish of a much more versatile ski. While not as quick or daring as the Laser AX, the Hero Elite and it’s SPX 12 system are more race/on-trail oriented, while still retaining that smooth and damp feel that we love to see in our front side skis. At 78 mm underfoot, these wider crushers are equally at home in the race course as they are busting up the crud on the trails.

Who it's For:

Former racers looking for a wider carver. You love hitting top speeds but are interested in more modulation these days.


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2022 Volkl Deacon 80 Skis with Lowride XL 13 Bindings



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162, 167, 172, 177, 182 cm

23 / 14 / 19 m @ 172 cm

128 / 80 / 111 mm

Stability, Smoothness, Dampness


Overview:

In our video, we talk about Volkl’s “Kitchen Sink” approach to construction for this ski, and we stand by that assertion. Glass Frame, 3D Glass, 3D Radius Sidecut, 3D Ridge, and a full-sensor wood core, these Deacon 80’s have a lot more tech and performance than their spot in the catalog may let on. We’ve seen some very high-level GS turns accomplished on these skis, alluding to the fact that they really do not have much of a performance limit. Thanks to Volkl’s reputation for building amazing front side skis, the Deacon 80 takes it to the next level, all while remaining light and agile enough for the everyday skier. If you love the energy and kick of fiberglass, you’ll really enjoy the overall composure of the Deacon 80.

Who it's For:

A whole host of skiers who split the difference between front side skiing and all-mountain terrain. If you love mixing it up out there, the Deacon 80 is a great choice.


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2022 Salomon S/Force Ti.80 Skis with Z12 Bindings



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163, 170, 177, 184 cm

16 m @ 177 cm

128 / 80 / 112 mm

Smoothness, Turn Finishing, Grip


Overview:

More of a pure carver than an all-mountain ski, the Salomon S/Force Ti.80 is an awesome choice for the more dedicated front side skiers on the hill. With zero taper in the tips and tails, and basically a fully cambered profile, these skis have a long effective edge that’s going to grip from start to finish of the turn. Built with Salomon’s race wood core and two sheets of metal, these wider carving skis have a lot in common with the top-end S/Force Bold, just with a slightly narrower shape. Edge Amplifier works really well—boosting you up a bit more into the sky and allowing for better grip and angulation underfoot.

Who it's For:

Strong carvers who value that true tip to tail edge contact. You’re likely not going to use these off-trail a whole lot, and that’s just fine with you.


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2022 Kastle PX 81 Skis with K11 PRD Bindings



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149, 156, 163, 170, 177 cm

13.8 m @ 170 cm

132 / 81 / 107 mm

Quickness, Agility, Quality


Overview:

Quality and agility ooze from this new Kastle ski. The PX81 is kind of an outlier in this group since it has no metal to it. Instead, Kastle relies on narrower stringers of beech and poplar wood sandwiched between fiberglass laminates to get the energy. Spoiler alert: It works. By locking these stringers tightly together in more of a vertical fashion, Kastle is able to generate a ton of power and energy without adding weight. The result is a lighter ski with a bit more flex than other skis on this list, but there’s no real love lost in the performance department. Hollowtech tips keep the ski from chattering too much by removing mass, and the byproduct here is that the ski is super-quick and agile. In the 170, these skis produce a 13.8-meter arc, so they do love to be turned with intent.

Who it's For:

Kastle quality enthusiasts who don’t want the heft of an MX83. You prefer maneuverability and friendliness from your front side skis.


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2022 K2 Disruption 82 Ti Skis with Marker XCell 12 TCX Bindings



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163, 170, 177, 184 cm

18.4 m @ 177 cm

125 / 82 / 111 mm

Power, Stability, Versatility


Overview:

With a bit of tip and tail rocker to go along with the 82 mm waist, this Disruption 82 Ti blends the line between front side and all-mountain quite effectively. The taper of the ski certainly leans to the carving and front side, while the rocker and the width make it a useful ski for more than just the groomers. With Titanl I-Beam running the show from a strength and stability standpoint, the Dark Matter Damping reduces the frequency of the ski and makes it smooth and predictable. Additionally, the Powerwall sidewall gives more ABS material to stand on, furthering the confidence and inspiration of the ski.

Who it's For:

You love carving a turn as much as the next skier, but also want to spend some time in an off-piste format. Still, though, it’s all about the groomers and laying down some serious turns.


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2022 Elan Wingman 82 CTI Skis



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160, 166, 172, 178, 184 cm

14.3 m @ 172 cm

129 / 82 / 112 mm

Versatility, Quickness, Intuitiveness


Overview:

In a share for the widest, and offered as flat, it’s fair to say that the Elan Wingman 82 CTi is the most versatile/all-mountain oriented of the wall. Built with Elan’s Tubelite wood core and two sheets of metal, the Wingman 82 is a quick and capable carver that also has quite a bit of off-trail personality to go along with it. 14.3-meters in the turn radius makes it a sharp turner, and it’s limited to neither the groomers nor the trees. There’s a pure all-mountain personality to this ski, but the shape and the build certainly lean to the front side, hence it’s final resting place at the end of the wall. We’ve talked a whole lot about the use of carbon tubes in these skis, and those theories carry forward to these Wingman 82 CTi’s for sure.

Who it's For:

Advanced and expert skiers who are looking for an all-mountain carver, almost more than they’re looking for a carving all-mountain ski. Call it what you want, you want a ripping ski that excels everywhere at the resort.


Written by Jeff Neagle on 11/11/21

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