Top 5 skis: The best women’s big-mountain skis of 2014
Women who feel constricted by the resort boundaries, or just looking to get off the groomers and onto some gnarlier terrain, need a ski that provides float, stability and versatility through varied conditions. Below you’ll find our top five women’s big-mountain skis of 2014; these are our Editor’s Picks, as seen in the 2014 Buyer’s Guide.
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Overall Score: 21.20
“The Savory 7 may be primarily a big-mountain freeride ski, but it performs well in all conditions. It combines a lightweight, paulownia wood core with Rossi’s new Air Tip technology…” Click for full review and scores.
Overall Score: 21.14
“‘It’s sort of mind blowing how well this ski performs,’ said one tester about the TSTw. Like her big brother, the TST, she boasts a rockered tip and positive camber underfoot…” Click for full review and scores.
Overall Score: 21.13
“After losing its metal components for 2013-14, this iteration of Blizzard’s Dakota was a big hit with testers…” Click for full review and scores.
“This big-mountain machine scored well with our lady testers who found it a good width for a variety of applications…” Click for full review and scores.
Overall Score: 19.70
“The Mya No. 10 seeks first tracks but carves a groomer with the nimbleness and stability of a narrower waist width…” Click for full review and scores.
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