featured women’s skis for 2020
Top women’s ski picks
K2 Mindbender 88Ti Alliance
The K2 Minder 88Ti Alliance is unlike any other thin-waisted freeride ski you’ve ever skied. Nimble when you need to make quick turns, but damp when terrain gets rowdy, this ski offers the precision and grip you’ve been looking for in an every day ski.
Salomon N QST Lux 92
The Salomon QST Lux 92 is a lightweight and stable that will boost your confidence as you carve on hard pack snow, bump through moguls or explore some of the steepest corners of the mountain. The QST Lux 92 will let you ski the whole mountain.
Blizzard Black Pearl 88
The Blizzard Black Pearl 88 stands out as the versatile, all-around ski that offers the ultimate ride though all types of snow and terrain. Featuring an 88mm waist and women’s specific Carbon Flipcore W.S.D. construction, the Black Pearl performs on groomers, through bumps, in the trees or in fresh powder. This is the go-to ski for hard ripping female skiers or those looking to up their game.
Black Crowes Vertis Birdie
The Black Crowes Vertis Birdie, with it’s shorter turning radius is an agile ski that is quick edge to edge. With a lighter wood core than it’s male counterpart, these are the skis of choice for ladies who are looking for an accessible, yet high performance ski.
Volkl Kenja 88
The Volkl Kenja 88 is a great all-mountain ski, with a smooth and stable ride anywhere on the mountain. Equally comfortable in both long and short turns, the Kenja will bring you more confidence than ever before.
K2 Anthem 80
Inspired and tested by the K2 Alliance, the K2 Anthem 80 Skis offers stability with a quick feel throughout all conditions and corners of the mountain. Forged out of the lively Aspen/Fir Core and reinforced by Bio Konic Carbon™, the K2 Anthem 80 turns with intuitive precision and ultimate finesse allowing you to ski with confidence in varying conditions. A truly great East Coast Women’s Ski.