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How to find a ski that suits you.

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The Ski Reviewers

Reviewer Heyman- Advanced skier
- From slalom to freeride
- Powder orientated

Reviewer DellaSausa- Experienced skier
- Loves pure speed
- Powder is calling

Ski reviewer Jocelyn- Good intermediate skier
- Relaxed & controlled
- On piste & apresski

Reviewer Alex- Intermediate+ skier
- First lift, last apresski
- Powder and slalom

Reviewer Ell- Expert, ski instructor
- Technique and speed
- Giant slalom

Ski reviewer Steef- Above intermediate
- First and last lift
- Slalom and Giant slalom

Ski reviewer Craig- Advanced skier
- Vail, Colorado
- Off-piste & all-mountain

Ski reviewer Mary T- Advanced skier
- Technique and control
- Freeride, powder bumps

Reviewer WJ- Refined technique
- "It's no competition"
- On piste & apresski

Reviewer Liz- Advanced skier
- Cruising & adventure
- Piste & espresso

Ski reviewer Sieg- Talented skier
- Technique/skills addict
- Slalom

Ski reviewer Rasmus- Experienced skier
- Race and cruise
- Freeride


First, pick the terrain you want to ski:

  To the piste ski review page


High performance skis for sportive skiing exclusively on the secured and prepared slopes, to carve tight turns and lay some trenches on the groomers. And race skis, slalom for the tightest turns and burning legs, giant slalom for extreme speed and cross for everything in between.

  To the all-mountain ski review page


Frontside all-mountain skis for skiing in all conditions on piste, from perfectly prepared slopes to bumps to 10cm of fresh powder. Backside all-mountain skis, still good at on-piste carving but more off-piste orientated and wider to ski powder snow.

  To the freeride ski review page


Wide skis that deliver enough float to ski powder snow and enable you to go anywhere on the mountain, off-piste, in the woods, anywhere. And extremely fat skis for bottomless powder days, to get that surfing feeling, but quite useless on hard pack.

Our ratings of skis are personal

The ski testers you see, write their ski reviews from their own perspective. Their reviews and ratings reflect the kind of skier they are. In general the big ski-brands don't make bad skis. The challenge is to find the right match between ski and skier and that is at least partly subjective. By getting to know more about the tester, you should be able to get an idea what the ski can do for you. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask us via Google+, facebook or by e-mail info@yellowgentian.com. If you want to share your own reviews of skis, you can become a tester too! Fill in the test report form and we'll get in touch with you.





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