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Ski Review 2019/2020: All Mountain

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last update on Nov 20, 2019

Groomed runs, deep snow or firn – the All Mountain skis are built to sustain every form of terrain. Becoming more and more popular each year, the versatile all-rounders offer an exciting challenge for athletic and even highly athletic skiers.

A joy for all snow conditions

With the All Mountain models, ski enthusiasts will be able to enjoy all types of slope and snow. Both on and off the path of groomed runs, the skis are made to fit skiers' specific preferences.

Both male and female skiers thoroughly tested the All Mountain skis during the testing phase at the Muldenabfahrt in Bad Kleinkirchheim. The tests demonstrated a high level of competition, showing itself in the large amount of “very good” and “good” grades.

Target group: Downhill skiers as well as fans of deep-snow and off-piste skiing.

Test winner: Salomon S/Force 11

Salomon S/Force 11
Salomon S/Force 11

Once again, Salomon tops the "All Mountain" ranking. With excellent results in all categories, the model S/Force 11 is a well-deserved champion and an excellent choice for skiers.  

Physical effort7.5 / 10
Stability at speed8.0 / 10
Edge hold8.0 / 10
Short turns 7.8 / 10
Long turns8.0 / 10
Final score39.3 / 50

>> Find out more about the Salomon S/Force 11 here!

Second place: Atomic Vantage 82 TI

Atomic Vantage 82 TI
Atomic Vantage 82 TI

This year's runner-up demonstrates its strengths in long turns and an astonishing stability at speed. Reaching a total 39.2 points, only nuances separate the Atomic Vantage 82 TI from first place. 

Physical effort7.7 / 10
Stability at speed7.7 / 10
Edge hold7.8 / 10
Short turns 7.6 / 10
Long turns8.4 / 10
Final score39.2 / 50

>> Find out more about the Atomic Vantage 82 TI here!

Third place: Fischer RC One 82 GT

Fischer RC One 82 GT
Fischer RC One 82 GT

Strong results in the edge hold, long turn and stability at speed categories secure the Fischer RC One 82 GT third place in our ranking. Another advantage is the model's price/performance ratio. 

Physical effort7.2 / 10
Stability at speed7.8 / 10
Edge hold8.1 / 10
Short turns 6.9 / 10
Long turns8.0 / 10
Final score38.0 / 50

>> Find out more about the Fischer RC One 82 GT here!

All test results for the All Mountain

RankSkiRatingPrice (RRP)

Salomon S/Force 11


759,99 €


Atomic Vantage 82 TI


699,99 €


Fischer RC One 82 GT


599,95 €


Nordica GT 80 Ti FDT


699,99 €


Völkl Deacon 80


750,00 €


K2 iKonic 80 Ti


749,95 €


Blizzard Brahma 82


550,00 €


Elan Wingman 82 CTI


849,95 €


Rossignol Experience 84 AI


619,99 €


Dynastar Speed Zone 4x4 82


699,99 €


>> Follow the link of each model for detailed test results

>> Check out the 2018/2019 seasons's test results here.

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