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2019 - 2020 Winter Ski Gear Preview


Between a new beginner-focused line of skis and boots and a wave-making music-skiing crossover collaboration, Atomic wants to make skiing more comfortable, more accessible and more fun this year. From the lodge to the slopes and everywhere in between, Atomic's Savor skis and rear-entry boots are made to make going skiing easier than ever for the true beginner or aging skier. The Savor boots offer the easy-on, easy-off of past rear-entry designs with more performance, with a reduced wall thickness for a light weight and a cuff construction that makes walking in your boots less of a pain. Similarly, the Savor skis are light, provide easy turn initiation and even have a grip zone for easier carrying. And for all the Deadheads out there, Atomic debuted a groovy limited-edition Grateful Dead graphic on their Bentchetler 120 ski as part of a larger collaboration with Dakine and Teton Gravity Research.


Updated graphics for the Backland Collection

Chris Bentchetler x The Grateful Dead Collaboration skis, gloves, and backpack

New Savor 7 skis with a matching mannequin

New Savor rear-entry boots

Don't worry, still plenty of red in the Atomic race department

Updated binding colors

Men's Vantage skis

Updated men’s and women’s boots


Blizzard is emphasizing quicker, lighter and more playful for the 2020 season. The addition of the Brahma 82, a narrower version of the 88 that is quicker edge-to-edge, gives skiers on-piste carving that is fun and lively. The Zero-G series is also updated this season, dropping weight by an impressive 20%. By adding 3D carbon and employing an updated tip shape, the Zero-G more playful and stable than in previous years. New graphics across the collection add some more flash and color that skiers are sure to love, too.


The 2020 All-Mountain Freeride Line

The new Cochise, Bonafide, and Brahma Graphics

Brahma, the all-new Brahma 82, and the Bushwacker

Updated Black Pearl Graphics

Updated Spur, Rustler, and Rustler Team graphics

Updated Sheeva and Sheeva Team Graphics

All-New Zero-G Series


The big news from Elan for 2020 is the Wingman ski series, a bridge between all-mountain and freeride tech with a truly unique shape. These frontside-focused, all-mountain skis feature the asymmetrical Amphibio technology, with unique left and right skis that have cambered inside edges and rockered outside edges. With six varieties that come in three different waist widths, the Wingman features a CTi version that use carbon rods from the tip to tail and a Ti version that has titanium reinforcement. Elan's Black Edition line expands this year as well, adding the Ripstick 106 Black to this high-performance, sharp-looking collection.


New Women's Ripstick Graphics

Who's your Wingman? Elan wants it to be these skis.

The expanded Black Edition

From Left to Right: the Wingman 86 CTI, 82 CTI, 86TI, 82TI, 78TI, and 78C


Women who are fans of Head skis are going to love what the brand has is store for 2020. The ever-popular Joy series skis are getting a complete makeover inside and out, rebuilt with LYT tech to provide a ride that gives you the confidence to tackle any line. The Karuba, Graphene, carbon and wood construction is ultra-light with a lively feel. Replacing the old Wild Joy and Great Joy this season are the Women's Kore 99 and Kore 93, bringing the beloved Kore line to women for the first time. The addition of a women's Kore ski boot too gives ladies more performance options than ever before.


The revamped 2020 Women’s line

The new-for-2020 Joy Series

The Kore collection, including the new Kore 99W and 93W

Updated graphics on the ever-popular SuperShape Series

New Graphics on the V-Series of Skis


Icelantic skis have a couple exciting new additions to the lineup that both look and ski cool as ice. The biggest news is the introduction of the women's Riveter Line, the spiritual sibling of the men's Pioneer Line. These camber all-mountain skis use a strong Poplar core for chargeability both on-piste and in variable conditions. The Riveter comes in 85mm and 95mm variations. An 86mm version of the Pioneer debuts this season, as well. The skinniest Pioneer yet, it features that same Poplar power for a front-side ride that is smooth and sturdy.


Icelantic's graphics have always been head-turning, and that doesn't change this year.

The new men's Pioneer 86, and the new women's Riveter series.

Updated Maiden graphics

New graphics for the Nomad Line


K2's exciting new reveal for 2020, the Mindbender series of skis, have already launched in a limited early release and are available for purchase. Designed as a sort of passion project by their engineers, the Mindbenders are meant to embody everything that they themselves would want out of a ski. The philosophy behind the Mindbenders are all about Torsional Control Design, the notion that edge grip and drift-ability don't have to be an either/or choice. Two tech solutions are at the core of this phenomenon: the Titanal Y-Beam and Carbon Spectral Braid, both of which tune torsional flex without affecting longitudinal flex for an unmatched level of precision and stability. K2 also has introduced a couple of new piste-focused ski lines, the Men's Charger line (to replace their Konic series) and Women's Anthem line (in place of the Luv series).


The all-new Women's Anthem Skis

The all-new Mindbender Lineup

A closer look at the Mindbender skis, along with the new Mindbender boots

The updated Factory Team skis

The graphically updated Konic and Charger collections


Lots happening this year with Line, who are introducing the brand-new Vision and Outline skis as well as giving the popular Sir Francis Bacon an updated design. The Vision are the biggest headliner; these smooth-riding touring skis check in as some of the lightest weight options on the market and are available in a 98mm and 108mm. Replacing the Mordecai and Magnum Opus in Line's Eric Pollard Collection is the Outline, a powder ski with a 117mm waist and a convex base shape on the tips and tails for a looser, floatier ride. Also using the Convex Base Technology now is the newly-redesigned Sir Francis Bacon, which finds itself with a new 107mm waist to boot.


Updated graphics on the ever-popular Sick Day and Supernatural skis.

Ripping skis for ripping kids

A closer look at the Supernatural graphics

From left to right: The new Outline, the updated Sir Francis Bacon, the Pescado and the Sakana

The all-new Vision skis in 108mm (black) and 98mm (white) underfoot.


Top of the list for Nordica this year was beefing up their popular Enforcer line with two new models and a refined shape for a few of their existing Enforcer skis. New for 2020 are the Enforcer 88 and Enforcer 104 Free, the latter featuring a carbon layup that reduces weight while somehow (magic?) also improving stability. The latest versions of the Enforcer 110 and 115 are getting an extended rocker profile for an even smoother ride than you' re used to. For all you east-coast ladies out there, the new Santa Ana 88 Women's ski, with its narrower waist width, is the perfect piste performer. Nordica's expanded 2020 selection truly has something for every skier.


New Enforcer 104 Free and Enforcer 88 for Men

New Santa Ana 88

New Enforcer 104 Free and Enforcer 88 for Men

New Santa Ana 88


For anyone looking to score a pair of Rossignol's much-ballyhooed Black Ops Series skis, now's your chance. Released only in limited quantities in year's past, Rossignol is making the Black Ops more widely accessible and available for purchase online. Not only that, but the line is expanded to include the new Black Ops 98 Women's ski, inspired by the big-mountain slaying of skier Tatum Monod. Front-side skiers are going to want to check out Rossignol's new Men's React Series and Women's Nova Series skis this year too for their abundance of on-piste ability. With a couple of other neat tricks up their sleeve (namely the new 7 Series ski graphics and updated Alltrack boots), Rossignol is heading into next season strong.


New graphics for some of the Experience collections.

The completely redesigned Alltrack collection.

The all-new Alltrack Pro 130 GW Boots

The new Soul 7 HD with Pivots

The new Women's Nova Series for on-piste performance

The all-new Men’s React on-piste skis

Updated graphics on the whole 7 Series

Killer graphic updates for the Sushi and Sashimi

The Black Ops line, coming soon to a dealer near you.


Stockli is introducing a few new ski models and product offerings into their fold this year. A few models in their Stormrider series get a revamp this season, as both the Stormrider 95 and 105 are designed softer and lighter than previous year's versions. Using a thinner metal, the new 95 and 105 offer more play and better maneuverability, while still firm and stable on variable terrain. Stockli is also adding ski poles and bags to their North American product offerings in 2020, so you'll have even more Stockli gear you can stock up on.


The Laser series. For when you want to be as fast as, well, a laser

The touring Edge 100 and 88, and the freeride Stormrider Collection.

The Laser race Collection

The new Stöckli poles, because it never hurts to match.


The big focus for Tecnica in 2020 is improving and expanding upon their Low Volume boot options. The Men's Low Volume boots in their lineup receive a refined shape that will help skiers get that perfect fit they're looking for. One of the men's boots to see a substantial overall is the Mach 1 LV, which now has a lighter, more anatomical design. New additions to the existing Low Volume women's boots give ladies with smaller feet more choices than ever before too. If you can never seem to find the right fit for your boots, this will be a great year to check out Tecnica.


The 2020 Firebird boots and Mach Series

A closer look at the Mach 1 collection.

The Mach Sport series

The Cochise collection for both Men and Women.

Full Tilt

On the hill and off, Full Tilt has got you covered in 2020. New to their lineup this upcoming season are two of their Pro style options, the Classic Pro Boot and Dropkick Pro Boot. Both use the 100%-Intuition Pro Liner for total customization, with the Dropkick being the more freestyle-focused of the two. Perfect to slip on after long day of ripping it up on the mountain, the new Full Tilt Apres Booties feature a 2-inch thick Intuition footbed that's acts an oh-so-soft cushion for your weary feet. It's Gripsole provides excellent traction that will get you from the bar and back safe and sound too.

Full Tilt

The new Tom Wallisch Pro

The Dropkick and all-new Classic pro, with the Dropkick Pro (maroon) and Dropkick S behind

New Colors on the Ascendant

The new Aprés Booties with a 2-inch footbed for maximum comfort

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