Snow Storms Hit The Northeast: The Bomber Skis You Need to Take Advantage January 25, 2016
As snow storms hit the Northeast over the weekend, skiers were perhaps the only ones celebrating, but with a delayed start to a season that has felt more spring-like than wintry, the feeling was warranted. Most resorts are now operating with a majority of lifts open, giving powder mavens from New York to New England far easier options than flying out West.
Here are the best skis to take advantage of the powder days to come and the spring skiing to follow:
Bomber Heritage Skis
Built to let skiers with a need for speed take on any conditions, Bomber's Teak Heritage Ski combines the best elements of an all-mountain ski with the finest materials, including real teak wood, and a GS-style tail for maximum stability and performance. Bode Miller skied on the Heritage Ash while filming Bode Miller Ski Chase in Portillo. Get them here.
Bomber Ski Artist Series
Crafted with the same world-class materials and design as our All Mountain skis, including a full top-to-tail wood core and ABS sidewalls, Bomber's Artist Series skis are the perfect any-condition, any-weather, any-terrain kind of ski -- while paying tribute to New York artists Jean-Michel Basquiat and Keith Haring, whose works are pictured on the top sheets. Above is the Basquiat Abstract Pizza ski. Get them here.
B52 Powder Skis
Wide enough to glide through powder yet versatile enough to carve, Bomber's 90-underfoot B52s are ideal for post-storm days on any terrain. Get them here.
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