Top 10 Men’s All Mountain Skis 2010/2011

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EDITOR'S PICKS

[Ed's note: The skis below are for 2010/2011. To see the best skis of 2011/2012, follow this link.]

#1 Volkl- Bridge


Editor's Pick Like a Swiss Army 18.1 knife, the Volkl Bridge is a jack- of-all-trades, scoring exceptionally well in all categories. The Bridge is new and improved in 2011 with a reverse-camber shape that provides excellent float on those deep days. More info
Carving: 4.8 Playfulness: 4.6 Stability: 4.3 Float: 4.4 OVERALL: 18.1

#2 K2- Kung Fujas


Editor's Pick One tester described the Kung Fujas as a “super buttery ski that can do it all.” Like all K2 skis in this year’s test, the Kung Fujas has rocker, giving it the ability to ski well all over the mountain with any amount of snow. More info
Carving: 4 Playfulness: 4.5 Stability: 4.2 Float: 4.2 OVERALL: 17.9

#3 Fischer- Watea 98


Editor's Pick The Watea 98 is new to Fischer’s Watea line-up and was the company’s highest-scoring ski in the test. Unlike the company's traditional skis, the Watea 98 has has early rise in the tip and tail. The Watea 98 slides into the middle of the Watea family and shines as the one ski to take everywhere. More info
Carving: 5 Playfulness: 4.3 Stability: 4 Float: 3.5 OVERALL: 16.8

#4 Volkl- Mantra


The Volkl Mantra is a powerhouse. Built like a race horse, it remains stable no matter how fast or hard you push it. This is achieved with the help of a layer of titanium that takes the ski from being solid to downright indestructible. More info
Carving: 4.7 Playfulness: 3.1 Stability: 5 Float: 3.5 OVERALL: 16.3
#5 Blizzard- Atlas

Stable like the brother you can always turn to, the Blizzard Atlas showed amazing strength and reliability at speed. “It felt like a big, fat race ski with no confidence lost at speeds,” said one tester. “Carved like a steak knife,” said another. More info
Carving: 4.2 Playfulness: 3 Stability: 5 Float: 4 OVERALL: 16.2

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