Top Men’s Skis 2024

Top Men’s Skis for 2024

We love the annual opportunity to demo new ski gear, skiing the latest technology and engineering in skis for a few laps on snow. Here are a few exceptional skis from this season’s gear supply.
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Top Skis for All Mountain

Volkl M6 Mantra has carved its name into our top Front Side ski list. Like its brother – the RTM, “Ride The Mountain”, The Mantra is quick, stable, a hard charger on hard pack. It’s not playful, but its super responsive under the right controlling skier.

Nordica Enforcer 94 & 98 need a strong turn enforcer on board. Good in bumps, crud, and fun in soft snow due to ample rocker. This ski does everything, making it a favorite for mid-width, multiple conditions. It may not be your powder skis, but its en-forceful on everything else. Impressive skis from the original ski boot maker since 1939.

Blizzard has been a winner for a while, the Brahma, Bonafide, Rustler, Cochise & Rustler. 2024-25 brings and Anomaly – no really – that’s the name. Plenty of rocker, but two sheets of metal, real wood, and flip core carbon. The Anomaly in 84, 88, 94, and 102 is surprisingly stable on hardpack, floats in soft snow, and plows through crud, depending on the conditions you rustle up. We’re Blizzard fans, and this new series is exciting.

Head Kore 93 and 105 are winners, lightweight with patented graphene technology. This “Heads up” ski still rips turns, and is smooth at speed. Did you know the Kore line evolved from Head’s popular Joy series for girls? Thanks Lindsey Vonn for showing the boys new toys! Don’t fret boys, this Kore version is a bit stiffer and less forgiving, like a guy’s ego. The US Ski team love the Kore for their non race day runs.

Bode Miller’s Peak Ski – has been hyped, and the price is high. But its getting rave reviews to back up the over$1000 tag. With 78, 88, 98 104 and110 mm variations, the rather stiff ski has broad appeal for ability levels from intermediate to expert. The “Dav” at 104 is designed by Chris Davenport & Bode – what a ski dream team right?! The Peak edges amazingly compared to Blizzard’s Rustler but is more relaxed than say – the Volkl Mantra M6. The Peak graphics are basic, not splashy – kinda like Mr. Bode Miller himself. And how cool that you are on a ski designed by Bode and other pro skiers?!

Rossignol Sender remind us of the popular playful, not demanding, Soul 7 line up from Rossi. Feels a little floaty not grippy on hard pack, but fun if you want to “send it”. But hey, that’s what The Rossi Experience is for – the most successful of the Rossi carvers at has 86 and 98 that have done so well with. Every ski instructor worth his PSIA has had a pair of Rossi Experience (slight exaggeration). Confession: We love Rossi – classic French ski brand since 1907 (that makes us sound ancient). The Rossignol Arcade Konect at 84 underfoot is a high performance Rossi that likes crisp turns and “konection” to the snow. Great East Coast ski, responsive and quick.

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