2023 Skis, Boots, Bindings, and Other Gear: the Ultimate Teaser
The 2021-22 ski season began with one of the most frenetic autumns in recent ski industry memory. With outdoor gear in high demand across almost all activities, travel mostly OK again, and life feeling its most “normal” in more than a year, skiers were buzzing.
Fast forward a few big storms and hundreds of high-fives later, and we cracked the seal on the next cycle of gear and skiing: the 2022-23 season. Because we can never contain our excitement for new stuff.
So, we bring you another round of Powder7 brand previews and gear reviews. May they pique your stoke, fuel your interest, and make your credit card(s) weep.
2023 Skis: Brand Previews
While several time-tested favorites only get New Graphic Technology for the new season, others get some more meaty updates. Freeride skis for big-mountain slaying, all-mountain skis for literally everything, the best array of touring and hybrid equipment in history, the rise of the entry-level skier—there’s a lot to love this year.
Let’s drop in.
Hear from Powder7 staffers on 2022-2023 skis and gear in our Buyer’s Guide.
The Powder7 team spends as much time as we can on new ski models to help YOU, our fellow skier and gearhead, make informed buying decisions.
More reviews coming soon!
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