Best Mens Powder Skis of 2016

Looking for a fat powder ski that will keep you up in the deep stuff? Check out these skis well over 100mm under foot and ready to stand under you on the best days on the mountain of your life.

Salomon Rocker2 122

Salomon Rocker2 122

The Salomon Rocker2 122 skis are well known to plow into the deepest of snows with a heavy combo of Twin Rocker and a 122 mm waist. It also guarantees maximum level of flotation your ride requires with the help of a cambered section of twin rocker skis. The sidecut of the Salomon Rocker2 122 helps accelerate the energy and aggression of the ski. Alongside the technology of the Honeycomb, an edge-free tip and tail, the ski weighs a lot lower than the usual traditional skis which aids in initiating swifter turns and a firmer edge hold.

Volkl Shiro

Volkl Shiro

The Volkl Shiro is known for the stability and open ended flexibility it provides the skier since it serves as a great float on any given terrain. However, the Volkl Shiro is the most adventurous and playful on steeper and powder turns. With a slight bend in the tip and tail, matching sidecut and a symmetrical flex pattern the rider is at ease with the balance and control throughout the ride. The technology of the Extended Low Profile delivers amazing maneuverability and edge hold.

K2 Pettitor

K2 Pettitor

The camber region in this ski firmly ensures a great edge hold even on stiffer, deeper and rigid grounds. The K2 Pettitor enjoys a reliable medium flex and a tapered tip helping the ski maintain its balance and weight throughout the skiing session. Additionally, the mid body is structured round a situation in which the skier desires to initiate swifter turns while also maintaining a decent balance onto the ski. The tail however, is tapered and blunted to evolve a carefree flow to the ride.

K2 Shreditor 112

K2 Shreditor 112

The K2 Shreditor 112 is specifically destined to slay the softest of terrains since it consists of a distinctly broad width. The versatility of the nature of this ski is the main highlight of its engineering as it is good for an all terrain rocker. The firm edge hold and excellent performing energy of the K2 Shreditor 112 is determined by its elevations around the tip and tail, which is quite promising even in rugged snow conditions.  The TwinTech Sidewalls in the K2 Shreditor 112 and cap constructions generates smoother turns and accuracy.

4FRNT Yle

4FRNT Yle

The 4FRNT Yle is a ski designed for an all mountain adventure along with the technology of reverse camber.  You are in for a flawless floating experience riding on one these bad boys. More to this, the 4FRNT Yle also has a side cut reflect technology allowing the ski to float out in an amazingly smooth float along with a Vibe Veil Technology which acts as an elastic membrane to a weaker or unstable edge hold.

4FRNT Renegade

4FRNT Renegade

The 4FRNT Renegade is distinctively shaped into an asymmetrical ski in order for it to support the consistency of the devise. With a taper in the tip and the tail, the ski formulates a rather wider form toward the middle of its constructions. The poplar center of the 4FRNT Renegade is a feature generated to maintain stability and a balanced out flex throughout the ride. Also, the HALS Construction of the ski improvises the energy level provided towards the edge of the design.

4FRNT Kye 120

4FRNT Kye 120

The 4FRNT Kye 120 is designed to plow through the roughest and deepest of days. With a waist width of 102mm and a rocked tail and tip, the 4FRNT Kye 120 ski keeps your cruising a lot smoother and enjoyable than your traditional ski ridings. It also obtains a rock solid camber underfoot and sidecut profile for stronger edge hold and aggressive turns. Additionally, the feature of its rockered tail and tip generates a great sense of balance, firmness and control throughout the ski ride.

SkiLogik PowderBall

SkiLogik PowderBall

The SkiLogik PowderBall is a perfect ice slayer for those professionals looking for a ski which is compatible with deeper snows. It maintains a soft flex and large rocker which is the secret behind its incredible float and the capacity it withholds while initiating easy turns and cuts. The dimensions (mm) of the SkiLogik PowderBall are 144-112-133 along with a sidecut radius of 14 meters. One of the most remarkable qualities of this ski is its quick, swift and easy flowing nature.

 

SkiLogik DepthHoar

SkiLogik DepthHoar

The SkiLogik DepthHoar is an instrument especially designed to provide an amazing and flawless ride even in the deepest of snow. It is one of the genuine powder surfing ski, carved out in an incredibly breathtaking waist of up to 143mm along with a rockered tip and a rockered tail. This helps the SkiLogik DepthHoar generate stability, grip and balance of the rider all through the ride. Additionally, it also acquires a positive camber underfoot and a sidecut of 23m, ensuring the easiest turn initiations.