Stöckli 2019 ski reviews
The Laser SC from Stöckli is one of the benchmarks in the market . It is regularly included by PROSKILAB in this category and it always does very well. Last year, it won "Best Ski," but this year it has been slightly overtaken by slightly more forgiving skis. Nevertheless, it still has the same great qualities, in particular rock solid performance.
A high-performance ski, the testers loved... Read on
Kendo's main rival, the Stormrider 88 lost its "Best Ski" medal this year but remains a leader in the highly competitive All-Mountain Front category, where the skis are geared more towards skiing on groomed trails.
On the groomers, the Stormrider 88 performs incredibly well. It is a quiet, reliable, enjoyable, and undemanding ski that does what it is told and inspires the skier with confidence.... Read on
Voted "Best Ski" last year, the Stormrider 95 dropped a few spots in the rankings this season when the skis were tested in softer snow conditions. Nonetheless, it remains a leader in this market segment.
In fact, the ski has the same characteristics as last year. Its performance is very solid, predictable, and surprise-free both on groomed runs and in softer snow. It is incredibly easy to control... Read on
"Best ski" last year, the Stormrider 85 from Stöckli remains at the top of the market like its big brothers in the men's categories.
The Stormrider 85 stands out on the piste for its excellent grip and outstanding stability. The ski responds powerfully and fast and is comfortable in all areas.
Off the groomed trails, the reviewers liked the ski's ability to cut through tricky... Read on