In Depth Staff Reviews:
There's West Coast ice. And then there's East Coast ice. And make no mistake -- it's a whole different animal.
You may hear Coloradans bemoaning "dust on crust." An inconvenient stretch followed by small pockets of snow where skiers take refuge. Nobody likes dust on crust. But East Coasters, you know ice on a whole different level. Ice frozen for the better half of the year, tinged yellow. Runs that resemble frozen falls. Vermonters, take pride in your ice. Own the ice. BE the ice!
But first, you'll need the finest ice-taming tools. Check out Powder7's top picks for the best women's carving skis of 2019.
And the Best Women's Carving Skis of 2019 are...
Powder7's Top Picks
Blizzard Black Pearl 78 Why we love it: The versatile flex. The Black Pearl is equally at home ... Continue Reading
2020 Rossignol Experience 84 AI W Description:
Always game for an adventure, the Experience 84 Ai W will have your back wherever you are headed on the hill. Featuring Rossignols new LCT Technology, a vertical powerrail from tip to tail to resist counterflex, this ski holds any type of turn shape you would like with ease. Don't let this skis lack of metal in its core fool you, it still likes to fly and with Air Tip and VAS it will be smooth and chatter free regardless of how hard you are pushing. It takes two to tango, and this ski isn't afraid to dance anywhere on the mountain.
2020 Rossignol Experience 84 AI W Specs: