Alpine Touring/Telemark Skis

Brands

Armada
Salomon
Atomic
Rossignol
Black Diamond
Dynastar
K2
Blizzard
Ski Logik
Asnes

Genders

Unisex
Men's
Women's
Kids'
Girls'

Price

less than $200
$200 - $299.99
$300 - $399.99
$400 - $499.99
$500 and above

Recent Alpine Touring/Telemark Ski Reviews

Armada JJ

rated 4 of 5 stars Bottom Line: The Armada JJ is a really fun ski. It floats well at 115 underfoot, but with such early taper and rocker it has a really surfy feeling. It really can handle anything you toss at it. I highly recommend this ski to ANYONE who is looking at getting into rocker, who rides powder/crud at least 70% of the time, or who wants a sick backcountry jib ski! Pros: "If you have the means, I highly recommend picking one up." Seriously, they are probably the best 1 ski quiver ski that I have ever handled… Full review

Armada Magic J

rated 5 of 5 stars This is hands down one of the best big mountain powder slayers on the market. It is extremely versatile given its width, and Armada nailed the flex profile in the 190cm length. For years I was begging Armada to make a super JJ (fatter, longer, stiffer, modified rocker, etc.)...They finally came out with the AK JJ, but it was just longer and only slightly stiffer. I was bummed... until they released the Magic J.... and it was everything I ever wanted and more! I always felt that the regular Armada… Full review

Salomon Rocker2 108

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Awesome lightweight, extremely versatile, stiff touring ski that you can use all day inbounds. These are an awesome touring ski for someone that is looking for a ski that can charge inbouds as well as out of bounds. I use this ski about 40% of the time as an inbounds crud crusher, and 60% of the time as a backcountry powder ski.  Extremely stable at speed, stomp landings hard and easily, but extremely versatile. I used to spend about 90% of my days on the Armada JJ, which has to be one of the most… Full review

Atomic Blog

rated 2.5 of 5 stars I was using these as my touring ski for a while. They would have been cool 6 years ago, but now they are just kind of... lame. I was using these as my touring ski for a while. They would have been cool 6 years ago, but now they are just kind of... lame.  Don't get me wrong.. they are very easy to ski. If this is going to be your first powder ski, you will probably love them. If you weigh under 150 lbs you will probably love them. If you don't ski very fast, you will probably love them. If you will… Full review

Rossignol SOUL 7

rated 5 of 5 stars Does nearly everything brilliantly. There was a time when I took three pairs of skis with me to the mountains: piste, powder, and touring skis. Each was ideal for their niches, and I really couldn't imagine a day when one ski could do all three. Although I have tested far from every type of ski, the Soul 7 just nails it for me. A terrific carving ski, even/especially on boilerplate pistes, just a dream in powder, crud, breakable crust, and good for touring. If it fails to fit the 'one size fits… Full review

Black Diamond Convert Ski

rated 5 of 5 stars Go anywhere, do anything ski comfortable in the backcountry as well as on the groomers. A one quiver ski that is capable of taking you anywhere within your ability level. The Black Diamond Convert skis are the Jeep of touring skis. They are comfortable anywhere in any conditions. I have ridden them on fresh powder, breakable crust, icy New England resort trails, and freshly groomed corduroy runs and enjoyed every turn. Front Country Their performance in the front country, on groomed resort trails,… Full review

Dynastar Cham 97

rated 5 of 5 stars This is a spectacular ski. I bought a pair in the spring of 2013 for our trip out to Telluride and Silverton. It holds an edge on the groomers, is nimble in the bumps, and held its own on the steeps in the deep powder at Silverton. These skis transformed my skiing, and I would heartily recommend them to skiers who want an all-mountain ski. Full review

K2 Shuksan

rated 3.5 of 5 stars Nice ski for the backcountry. I like this ski; it's pretty light and does a fair job to break up crust. It does float, but it's not a real fat ski, only 119, but it's pretty quick. You do have to stay on top of them. I think if you look hard enough you can find a bargain out there. Mine are tricked out for Tele and they are just fine. You can't go wrong for money; check out EVOoutlet or GEARx. Full review

K2 Kung Fujas

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great all-around skis! Awesome grip on the hardpack and enough float to get you through the deep stuff. Even solid in the park. They are a bit heavy, but that's my only gripe here. Used these skis all but 1 day of my 130-day season this past year in Tahoe, and they were great in all conditions. I could have used something lighter for backcountry, but as a resort ski they were flawless. Put some nicks in the topsheet but that is to be expected, skied them hard and they kept up through all. I would… Full review

Top-Rated Alpine Touring/Telemark Skis

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Armada JJ
user rating: 4 of 5 (1)
Armada
JJ
reviewed Aug 22, 2014
$675
Armada Magic J
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Armada
Magic J
reviewed Aug 22, 2014
$750
Salomon Rocker2 108
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Salomon
Rocker2 108
reviewed Aug 22, 2014
Atomic Blog
user rating: 2.5 of 5 (1)
Atomic
Blog
reviewed Aug 21, 2014
Rossignol SOUL 7
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Rossignol
SOUL 7
reviewed Jul 21, 2014
$700
Black Diamond Convert Ski
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Black Diamond
Convert Ski
reviewed Mar 19, 2014
$700 - $799
Dynastar Cham 97
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Dynastar
Cham 97
reviewed Jan 2, 2014
$399 - $599
K2 Shuksan
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (1)
K2
Shuksan
reviewed Dec 22, 2013
discontinued
K2 Kung Fujas
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
K2
Kung Fujas
reviewed Aug 8, 2013
$750 MSRP
Black Diamond Aspect Ski
user rating: 3.5 of 5 (4)
Black Diamond
Aspect Ski
reviewed Dec 14, 2012
$270 - $699
 
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Blizzard
Titan Atlas
reviewed Dec 13, 2012
Ski Logik Ullr's Chariot
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Ski Logik
Ullr's Chariot
reviewed Oct 11, 2012
$750 MSRP
 
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Asnes
Combi Combat
reviewed Nov 21, 2007
K2 WayBack
K2
WayBack
$650 - $699
Dynafit Baltoro
Dynafit
Baltoro
$330 - $479
Line Skis Blend Ski
Line Skis
Blend Ski
$600
G3 Highball
G3
Highball
$540
Armada AK JJ
Armada
AK JJ
$700
Volkl One
Volkl
One
$649
G3 Soulfly
G3
Soulfly
$400
Head Turbine 125
Head
Turbine 125
$440 - $699
Nordica Steadfast
Nordica
Steadfast
$550
Dynastar Cham 87
Dynastar
Cham 87
$320 - $499
Dynastar Cham 127
Dynastar
Cham 127
$400 - $439
Nordica Vagabond
Nordica
Vagabond
$412 - $629
Line Skis Sick Day 110 Ski
Line Skis
Sick Day 110 Ski
$700
Dynafit Stoke
Dynafit
Stoke
$575
Volkl Nanuq
Volkl
Nanuq
$699
Salomon Q-98
Salomon
Q-98
$500
Icelantic The Keeper
Icelantic
The Keeper
$500 - $778
Nordica Hell and Back
Nordica
Hell and Back
$590
Atomic Ritual Ski
Atomic
Ritual Ski
$700
Black Diamond Element
Black Diamond
Element
$500 - $789
Liberty Mountain Double Helix
Liberty Mountain
Double Helix
$779
G3 Saint
G3
Saint
$480
Dynafit Cho Oyo
Dynafit
Cho Oyo
$540 - $799
Line Skis Magnum Opus Ski
Line Skis
Magnum Opus Ski
$800
K2 Annex 98
K2
Annex 98
$455 - $699
Dynafit Manaslu
Dynafit
Manaslu
$350 - $699
K2 SideKick
K2
SideKick
$350 - $384
Armada VJJ
Armada
VJJ
$675
Blizzard Attack Ski
Blizzard
Attack Ski
$700
Atomic Century 109
Atomic
Century 109
$600
Volkl Shiro
Volkl
Shiro
$699
Rossignol Star 7
Rossignol
Star 7
$412 - $749
Icelantic Oracle
Icelantic
Oracle
$475 - $699
Armada Alpha X
Armada
Alpha X
$600
Scott Rock'Air
Scott
Rock'Air
$599
Atomic Century 102
Atomic
Century 102
$500
Armada Declivity
Armada
Declivity
$725
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