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Welcome to the Snowfit/Revolutionz

Ski Review of 2019/2020 Season Skis


Having attended the Snowsports Industry of Great Britain (SIGB), on snow, Ski Test in Pila back in 2003 we felt that the experience, particularly the opportunity to test similar skis one after the other in the same/virtually the same snow conditions was invaluable in helping us choose which skis to stock.

Seventeen Winters on and we were back testing again in Pila.  With over 400 different skis personally skied by me over those seventeen years, let alone the full Snowfit Test Team (recently numbering 6 -10 skiers on each SIGB test) we have certainly not changed our minds on how valuable that testing is, both for us and for our customers. 

We feel we now have an exceptional wealth of knowledge and first-hand skiing experience that enables us to provide extremely relevant info to anyone looking at purchasing new skis for this coming winter.  We also run two, week long, “customer tests” each March to get a non-shop viewpoint on the coming season’s Skis and Snowboards, enabling us to work from a wide base of views.


Our very grateful thanks to our Suppliers who generously allow us to let our customers on these trips test their skis and help us with the ever more difficult task of choosing which skis not to stock. 

So, this year a huge thanks to Paul and Matt @Head, Mark @Scott, Dave @Volkl, Mark T, Andy P and James @Nordica/Blizzard, Robbie @Armada, Andy C @K2/Line, Rab @Fischer, Pete @Salomon and Scott @Dynastar,


On the back of all that testing, we summarise below a few key pointers that we think will give our customers the info they need to get that purchase right.


Whatever you choose, enjoy your Skiing and have a great season

Best wishes 

John and Team





                              No Brand makes bad skis, it’s just some will suit your skiing better than others


The on piste performance of today’s All Mountain Skis is within a whisker as good as all but the very best specialist piste skis.


With the odd exception, even skis with waist widths of up to 110mm perform well enough on piste for you to “ski around with the family” in the confines of the resort and still have great fun.


Experience has shown that whilst many of us dream about skiing day after day of fresh powder, it seldom materialises, particularly in Europe.  Settling for skis with waist widths between say 80mm and 100mm therefore makes a lot of sense.  These will be narrow enough to be agile, yet, even at the lower end of the range have enough float for the occasional off-piste excursion and rather more than that as you get waist widths in the high 90’s.  Overall, they are just good at everything and are guaranteed to make you smile.


Remember, the most expensive skis won’t necessarily make your skiing better; they can demand more than your skiing can actually give and end up make it worse/less fun.


If you are lucky enough to encounter an organised Ski Test whilst you are away skiing, then do try to make the most of the kit that’s on hand. You’re probably best to treat “single brand on snow tests” as a useful bit of fun, as in an ideal world you really need to be able to ski different brands one after other to get a real comparison before you commit.  

However, failing that, there really is no substitute for talking with someone who has actually skied both the skis you already have (or have recently skied) and the ones you are contemplating buying.

That said, we feel there are some great “category skis” that deserve a special mention so here are our picks:-


Piste - Men

Blizzard Firebird CA, Head Supershape(s), V-Shape V6 and V8, Fischer RC ONE 72, 74 AND 78’s, K2 Konic 76, Volkl Deacon 74 Pro, 76 Pro and 79 Wideride, Salomon S-Max Blast and S-Max 10, Scott Slight 83

Piste – Women

Blizzard Alight 7.7 and Black Pearl 78, Dynastar Intense 8, Fischer My Turn 74, Head Super Joy, Absolut Joy, K2 Luv Machine 72 Ti and Tough Luv, Nordica Astral 78, Scott Slight 83 Women, Volkl Flair 76 and 79



All Mountain (Mainly Piste) - Men

Blizzard Brahma 88, Dynastar Legend 88, Fischer RC ONE 82GT and Pro Mtn 86, Ranger 85 and Ranger 94FR, Head V-Shape V 10, Kore 93 and even their Kore 99, Nordica Navigator 85, Nordica Enforcer 88 and 93, Scott Slight 83 and 93, Volkl Kanjo, Kendo and BMT 90


All Mountain (Mainly Piste) – Women

Blizzard Black Pearl 88, Head Total Joy and Women’s Kore 93, K2 Mindbender 88, Line Pandora 84, Nordica Santa Ana 88, Rossignol Experience 83W, Scott Slight 83 Women, Volkl Yumi and Kenja, Zag H86 W



All Mountain (Mainly Off-Piste) - Men

Black Crows Daemon, Blizzard Rustler 10, Faction Candide 2.0, Fischer Ranger 94FR Ti and Ranger 102 FR,   Nordica Enforcer 100, Enforcer 104  and Soul Rider 97, Head Kore 105, Line Vision 98 and Supernatural 100, Rossignol Black Ops and Experience 94Ti, Scrapper 95, Volkl 90Eight, Mantra M5 and V-Werks Mantra, Zag H96 and UBAC 102


All Mountain (Mainly Off-Piste) – Women

Armada Trace 98, Blizzard Black Pearl 98 and Sheeva 9, Dynastar Legend W96, Head Women’s Kore 99, Line Pandora 94, Nordica Santa Ana 93, Scott Slight 93 Women and Scrapper 95 W, Volkl Secret, Zag UBAC 95W


Freeride/Powder - Men

Armada ARV 116, Tracer 108 and 118, Black Crows Anima and Nocta, Blizzard Rustler10, Rustler 11 and Spur, Head Kore 105 and 117,  K2 Catamaran, Line Sir Francis Bacon, Sakana and Pescado, Nordica Enforcer 104 and 110, Scott Scrapper 105, Volkl V-Werks Katana


Freeride/Powder – Women

Armada Trace 96, Dynastar W96, Fischer Ranger W98, Line Pandora 104, Nordica Santa Ana 100


 Freestyle - Men

Faction Prodigy 1.0, K2 Poacher and Sight, Line Chronic and Blend, Nordica Soul Rider 84, Rossignol Snapper (Jnr), Volkl Revolt 87 and Bash 86


Freestyle – Women

Armada ARW 84, Faction Prodigy 1.0x and 2.0x


Backcountry Freestyle

Armada ARV 96, Line Blend, Nordica Soul Rider 97, K2 Catamaran, Scott Scrapper 95, 105 and 115



Blizzard Zero G 95 and Zero G 105, Fischer 94FR Ti and102 FR, Nordica Astral 88, Scott Superguide 95 and their SpeedGuide 80 and Speedguide 95, Volkl BMT90, VTA 98, V-Werks Mantra and V-Werks Katana, Zag UBAC 95W and UBAC 102




Blizzard Brahma, Rustler 9 and 10, Zero G 95, Dynastar Legend X88, Fischer Ranger 94Ti and Pro Mtn 86, Head Kore 99 and Kore 105, Rossignol Experience 94 Ti, Scott The Ski, Slight 83 and Slight 93, Volkl Kendo, Mantra M5 and V-Werks BMT 90, Zag H86W, H96 and UBAC 95W and UBAC 102




Fischer RC4 Series, Head WC Rebels Series Race Skis are stocked

Dynastar, Rossignol and Volkl Race Skis are available, but not stocked


Whatever you choose, enjoy your Skiing and have a great season

Best wishes 

John and Team