Specs

  • Price: £495 without a binding
  • Sidecut (mm): 133 - 98 - 116
  • Radius: 15.9m (163cm)
  • Lengths (cm): 156, 163, 170
  • Weight: 1,550g (163cm)

Construction

  • Sidewall: Full sidewall
  • Core: Carbon & lightweight woodcore
  • Profile: Tip & tail rocker

Ability level

Green is the ability level this ski suits:

Beginner

Lower Intermediate

Upper Intermediate

Lower Advanced

Upper Advanced

Lower Expert

Upper Expert

They say

The 90Eight is an incredibly versatile all-mountain ski that handles anything from bumps, to trees, to groomers and even powder and crud.

We say

This is another ski that makes any conditions feel really easy, it strikes a really good balance between being wide enough to deal with backcountry conditions yet still having enough performance to achieve good levels of grip with the edge. Every tester found this to be a ski which is very playful, reactive, and generally fun all over the mountain. Another really strong feature of the 90Eight is its incredibly smooth ride, which irons out tricky conditions with ease, and gives a butter smooth ride through any snow types. Overall, this is a great ski, which is hard to fault and would work well as an all-mountain choice as well as pure powder.

Stengths

Shines in all conditions, great balance between edge grip and ease of use in backcountry.

Weaknesses

Hard to fault, though some testers thought it could be floatier.

Testers comments

It’s a ski that adapts to you rather than you having to adapt to the ski. (Rowena Phillips)

I loved these skis, they were easy to manoeuvre – great short, quick turns. (Natasha Edwards)