All-mountain skis are designed to do it all and Curated Ski Experts help thousands of skiers every season find the right pair for their needs. Check out this list of the top 2021 model all-mountain skis recommended the most by Curated Experts. Note that we don't believe in "best of" lists here at Curated – everyone is different and we believe in finding the best gear for you and not generally for the masses. Be sure to chat with a Ski Expert here on Curated to find the perfect all-mountain skis for you.
- Head Kore 93 Skis · 2021
- Head Kore 87 W Skis · Women's · 2021
- Atomic Vantage 97 C Skis · 2021
- Atomic Vantage 90 Ti W Skis · Women's · 2021
- Head Kore 93 W Skis · Women's · 2021
- Atomic Vantage 97 C W Skis · Women's · 2021
- Blizzard Rustler Team JR. Skis · Boys' · 2021
- Head Kore 93 R Skis · 2021
- Fischer Nightstick Team Skis · Kids' · 2021
- Rocky Mountain Underground Apostle 3.0 96 Skis · 2021
Head Kore 93 Skis · 2021
Really popular ski in the past few years. Super lightweight, easy to maneuver quickly, 93 underfoot means you can get edge to edge quickly but still float in a little bit of snow. The construction of this ski makes it light but stiff so it'll go fast and cut through the crud.
The narrow waist and substantial build will allow you to rip anything from cord to crud. It has a layer of metal in it that will offer stability while the 14m turn radius provides a quick turn engagement.
Hands down the standout ski from 2019! Kind of a unicorn ski because of how light but stiff it is! Totally rips hardpack, but is relatively light for the uphill!
Atomic Vantage 97 C Skis · 2021
Super all around ski for soft snow, groomers, packed and even crud. Easy edge to edge control. Primarily a directional ski, this version uses carbon fiber instead of titanal aluminum used in other skis in this family. This makes the ski lighter and livelier edge to edge, especially in trees, bumps and light powder.
An all mountain machine that can rip groomers as easily as it conquers powder days. Light weight carbon construction with plenty of torsional rigidity for stiffness where you need it. 97 is a sweet spot waist with for any conditions and plenty of extra support and stability.
Lightweight, cruising in the woods and floating in powder are these skis strengths. Carbin backbone means this ski is stiff for ripping the groomers, but lightweight to make it easy to swing around in tight trees.
Atomic Vantage 90 Ti W Skis · Women's · 2021
The Vantage is a true all-mountain ski. At 90 underfoot, it's still going to fit into a carving width, but the extra underfoot and rocker in the tip and tail will make everything from a little powder to afternoon chop feel like corduroy. These are still very quick edge to edge, don't worry! East Coast all-mountain skiing in all forms. These do everything well, you'll forget you're even skiing them!
A powerful yet lightweight ski that would work for uphill and downhill travel! These use mesh in the tips and tails to add stability while reducing weight. The light yet stiff tails give this great maneuverability and a good amount of float in some deeper powder. These paired with a nice hybrid binding for in and out of the resort would be perfect!
A personal favorite mine! Excellent daily driver with a durable top sheet and superior lightweight performance! An all-mountain ski, extremely lightweight, reinforced for extra stability. Excellent for carving turns, holding a nice edge, and exploring side hits and bumps away from the groomed terrain!
Head Kore 93 W Skis · Women's · 2021
Great on edge, and the rest of the mountain. The Kore 93 is an awesome all-mountain option for those who like to charge. A light ski with a tight turn radius, the Kore 93 will pick down whatever lines you want to pick your way down. 93mm under foot is a great waist width to ski the whole mountain, and tackle the occasional powder day.
Atomic Vantage 97 C W Skis · Women's · 2021
A softer option from the Vantage line, but still stiff and very high-energy. This ski rewards a technically strong skier who likes to make turns. Really nice on groomed trails, this ski will also run well all-mountain. The vantage is very light, but it skis much stronger than expected.
These are super versatile skis. They hold an edge great on ice and groomers, and with 97 underfoot they have enough backbone to blast through crud, float on pow and be playful in the trees and off-piste. They are built with a carbon-mesh construction, they are nice and light and not too heavy to swing around!
Blizzard Rustler Team JR. Skis · Boys' · 2021
These are a fun and playful ski from Blizzard that are made to shred but also feel nice and cruisy on the groomers. The woodcore is responsive while the titanal laminates will keep it feeling nice and stable. They are going to be slightly wider underfoot (92mm) which means they'll float on the occasional pow day but they've also got an impressive sidecut and a nice rocker/camber profile that's going to allow you to lay them on edge and carve some deep turns on the groomers.
Head Kore 93 R Skis · 2021
An all-mountain specialist, this ski can carve up corduroy or conquer tough snow conditions. This is a nimble ski thanks to the combo of Graphene, Karuba wood, and carbon, which adds strength and performance without extra weight. A sandwich sidewall construction and tip and tail rocker round of the ability to perform well on hard snow, powder, and everything in between.
Fischer Nightstick Team Skis · Kids' · 2021
Quick turns and a little versatility. 82mm wide and nice shape let you get off-trail a little, but they will be quick and agile on the groomers too. Good ski for a variety of speeds and easy to pick and learn. Hit some jumps, rails, moguls, tree runs, whatever.
A really great ski for those still learning and still allows for versatility to explore different skiing capabilities. The underfoot allows for some great off-piste abilities and solid turning.
Park and Pipe! Freestyle oriented ski, very soft, and good for skiing forward or backwards. Great option if you want something super playful, or want to start getting into park skiing.
Rocky Mountain Underground Apostle 3.0 96 Skis · 2021
A high quality, very maneuverable ski that is easy to get sideways. Still manages to retain some stability when the snow quality isn't the best despite its more lightweight platform. It's a great ski for folks that value quickness and maneuverability from a reputable independent brand.
DPS Pagoda Tour 100 RP Midnight Rider Special Edition Skis · 2021
Power, energy, and dampness; DPS achieves this through a mix of ash and paulownia woods, a proprietary carbon laminate, and aerospace grade foam that keep this ski very light; about 1370g! 100mm underfoot will provide ample float to keep you on top of that cold smoke while also maintaining a comfortable width when the snow conditions aren't perfectly cold and blower. The unique rocker profile of the RP series of this ski gives your a total of 45% rocker in the ski, enough to keep you on top on those 30+ inch days we all dream about. A manageable length for touring and a 15m turn radius means this ski can turn even the most mundane days into surfy and playful fun or provide confidence in steep couloirs.
DPS Pagoda Piste C2 94 Skis · Women's · 2021
Medium turn radius, incredibly stable, and also, very light! Perfect for ripping groomers, dropping off into the trees, and hitting up the mogul run, the C2 chassis from DPS is more traditional in shape but takes all their cutting edge tech to make one of the highest quality skis available.
DPS Pagoda Tour 100 RP Dreamtime Skis · 2021
The skier who wants to float, be able to pivot quickly thanks to a short turn radius, and charge hard with dampness in the ski to absorb all the bumps. Most likely the top touring ski in this list in terms of weight and downhill performance.
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