Stöckli 2020 ski reviews
When it comes to all-mountain skis, the Stöckli Stormrider series is a legendary range that just keeps racking up more points. In the women’s line, the Stormrider 85 Motion won the "Accessibility/Performance" award last season, and this year won the “Best Ski” medal.
The ski is comfortable in all types of terrain and in all conditions. Frontside performance in particular is... Read on
The Stöckli Laser SC is well-known to the Proskilab testers and often ranks very high in the test. This year, it won the “Best Ski” award in this category.
Performance is great. The ski is lively, it enters the turn quickly, and flexes easily, but not excessively. The edge hold is excellent, the ski is grippy, very precise, and “very responsive.” The rebound at the end of the... Read on
The Stöckli Stormrider 95 is one of the benchmarks of this market segment. It has not changed and is a safe bet!
The ski is “easy to control,” and is still accessible and smooth. Overall performance is very good, and the ski inspires confidence. The Stormrider 95 is stable and predictable. Like with most of the skis in this range, its ability to absorb variations in terrain is amazing. ... Read on
Another benchmark in this category, the Stormrider 88 remains faithful to itself.
The ski has not changed and has the same characteristics. It performs well overall and is comfortable in all types of terrain. A relatively stiff tail gives it solid edge grip on hardpack. The ski is very stable and allows you to accelerate with confidence. Absorption of terrain is excellent. Like the other products in this... Read on