The Best All Mountain Skis of 2022 (video test)
We’ve tested some of the best skis coming for winter season 2021/2022.
- Our big test with all mountain skis from 2023 is now launched. Check out Best All-mountain skis 2023 with 20 new ski models.
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All Mountain skis 2022 – Review of 6 awesome (and awful) skis
In this video we take a closer look at some of the most interesting do-it-all skis for winter 2021/2022. We have skied 6 different all mountain skis and we’ll let you know all the details about them and more importantly: How do they perform on and off piste? We grade the skies from a minimum of 1 all the way up to 5 points, or as we say – from awful up to awesome.
The skis range from the narrowest Elan Voyager 78 mm under foot up to Norse The Enduro which is 100 mm wide in the waist, between these we find Rossignol Experience 86 Ti, Atomic Maverick 95 Ti, Salomon Stance 96 and Black Diamond Impulse 98.
Norse the Enduro (2022)
Salomon Stance 96 (2022)
Rossignol Experience 86 Ti (2022)
We some of got our hands on the new allmountain Experience 86 Ti from Rossignol coming in the fall for next winter season 2021/2022. Our test rider Petter is giving you his honest opinion on these skis, and he also explaines what kind of skier he is. Lengths 167, 176 and 185cm (radius 14, 16 och 17 meters) and weight per pair is 3200, 3600 och 4000gram. Core of the ski is made of poplar wood, reinforced with Ti (Ti is short for Titanal and that is a metal consisting of about 85% aluminum with smaller amounts of zinc, magnesium, and copper) and carbon. Quit a bit of a tip rocker, small and tiny tail rocker. The skis are built with some recycled materials, for example it´s 100 procent recycled steel edges.
Atomic Maverick 95 Ti (2022)
We some of got our hands on the new allmountain skis Atomic Maverick 95 Ti coming in the fall for next winter season 2021/2022. Our test rider Petter is giving you his honest opinion on these skis, and he also explaines what kind of skier he is. Atomic Maverick 95 Ti is a ski made for frontside skiing. Width under foot are 95 mm and lengths are 164, 172, 180 and 188 cm. Tip and tailrocker. The core is made of poplar wood and fiberglass, also reinforced with number one material loved by skiers and the ski industri: titanal.
Black Diamond Impulse 98 Ski (2022)
Black Diamonds new freeride ski that will be one of winter 2021/2022 hottest new products, according to themselves. A stable construction that works for powder as well as hard groomers. Quite short turning radius (18 m in 182 xm) makes it more playfull than it´s predecessor Boundry. Core is made of poplar wood. Early rise in tip and tail, camber under foot.
161 cm 130-98-118 mm R 15 m
168 cm 131-98-119 mm R 16 m
175 cm 131-98-119 mm R 17 m
182 cm 132-98-119 mm R 18 m
189 cm 132-98-120 mm R 19 m
Elan Voyager (2022)
Foldable skis to the people! We have tried Elan Voyager, the first foldable frontside ski in the world. Made for the groomers with it´s 78 mm waist.
Lengths: 160,166 and 172 cm
Folded length 93 cm @172 cm och 87 cm @160 cm
Dimension: 127-78-110 mm
Weight: 3400 g @160cm
Slovenian ski brand Elan showed the world it´s foldable ski Ibex Tactix back in 2017, it was a ski developed for military jumping out of helicopters with parachutes. Since then Ibex Tactix has hit the market and serves people who do ski tours and wants to have a foldable ski for that.
Voyager are made for groomers in the ski resort. Marketed as a “all mountain” but it´s more of a pure pist ski as we see it. The mechanism behind both Voyager and Ibex Tactix is Elan’s “Connect Technology”. Basically a hinge and a four-axis mechanism that bonds and seals the ski together at the folding joint. This combines with a carbon-reinforced fusion plate that serves as a load-bearing platform for support. Turning the plate in place and looking it, and you´re good to go skiing. Unlocking the plate and then rotating it frees the hinge, and you can fold the ski.
Amphibio Technology, Connect technology
Laminated Woodcore Titanium reinforcement