All-mountain models are the perfect companions for skiers who are mainly on the slopes, but also want to take a detour into deep snow every now and then. Changing snow conditions are no problem for the technically high-quality skis. They can handle hard slopes as well as soft powder snow. Here you can find out which all-mountain skis scored best in the 2022/2023 WorldSkitest.
Skiing fun in all conditions
With all-mountain skis you are equipped for any snow conditions. With their slightly wider waists, they offer plenty of flexibility for varied skiing days. The center widths of the tested models range from 80 to 85 millimeters. This makes them precise enough for groomed slopes, but also allows for excursions into off-piste terrain. The versatile models are also fun on firn snow in the spring or on packed slopes in the afternoon.
At this year's WorldSkitest, the all-mountain models were tested in Silvretta Montafon - by both male and female skiers. So the skis are just as suitable for women as they are for men. The test runs took place on-piste.
>> This is how the WorldSkitest works
Target group: on-piste, off-piste and deep snow fans
Test winner: Völkl Deacon 84
The victory in the All Mountain category goes to the Völkl Deacon 84. The ski convinced the testers with its great performance. It is extremely smooth, can be skied with little effort and also impressed with long turns and edge grip. With 40.5 points, the Deacon clearly came out on top and was the only ski in this category to achieve the test grade "excellent".
|Long turns||8,0 / 10|
|Short turns||7,5 / 10|
|Edge hold||8,3 / 10|
|Stability at speed||8,4 / 10|
|Physical effort||8,3 / 10|
|Final score||40,5 / 50|
>> For more information on the Völkl Deacon 84, see our ski database
Second Place: Nordica Dobermann Spitfire 80 RB
Two silver medals go to the Nordica Dobermann Spitfire 80 RB. Because it not only lands in second place in performance, it also takes the silver medal in SnowStyle with its red and black design. On the downhill, the ski promises great performance in all areas, especially in long turns and edge grip.
|Long turns||8,2 / 10|
|Short turns||7,4 / 10|
|Edge hold||8,0 / 10|
|Stability at speed||7,8 / 10|
|Physical effort||7,8 / 10|
|Final score||39,2 / 50|
Third place: Elan Wingman 82 CTI
The versatile Elan Wingman 82 CTI makes the winner's podium complete. It is just as suitable for short turns as it is for long ones, while conserving its skier's energy reserves. A total of 38.3 points earn it the test grade "very good".
|Long turns||7,6 / 10|
|Short turns||7,8 / 10|
|Edge hold||7,5 / 10|
|Stability at speed||7,4 / 10|
|Physical effort||8,0 / 10|
|Final score||38,3 / 50|
All test results for All Mountain
|1||Völkl Deacon 84||40,5 / 50||excellent||900,00 €|
|2||Nordica Dobermann Spitfire 80 RB||39,2 / 50||very good|
|3||Elan Wingman 82 CTI||38,3 / 50||very good||799,95 €|
|4||Salomon S/Force Ti 80 Pro||37,8 / 50||very good||850,00 €|
|5||Stöckli Montero AR||37,2 / 50||very good||1.369,00 €|
|6||Atomic Redster Q9.8||36,5 / 50||very good||1.099,99 €|
|7||Rossignol Experience 82 Ti||36,1 / 50||very good|
|8||Blizzard Brahma 82||35,4 / 50||very good||600,00 €|
|9||Fischer RC One 82 GT||35,3 / 50||very good|
|10||Dynastar M-Pro 85||32,1 / 50||good|
(Prices incl. binding)
>> Detailed Skitest results can be found at the linked ski model