Looking to get into a bit of everything this ski season and need the boards to take you there? Look no further than our 2012 Editors' Picks for the best All Mountain skis of the year. These five versatile boards can reach mach speed on the frontside groomers, float atop the lightest pow and cut through the bulletproof chop. Each pair was put through the ringer by pros, patrollers, instructors and ski journalists during the OTS ski tests in Winter Park, Colorado and Snowbasin, Utah last season. Find your one ski quiver here:
#1 Salomon Twenty Twelve
Aptly named, the Twenty Twelve was the top All Mountain Editors' Pick for the upcoming season. Salomon gave these rockets a full wood core, Twin Rocker technology and a 91 mm waist to handle whatever Mother Nature throws at you. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW».
#2 Kastle LX92
Kastle must have given the LX92 a weight complex because these things are lighter than Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. While a lightweight wood core, titanal sheets and Kastle's Hollowtech Technology make them weigh next to nothing—the performance is all there. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW».
#3 Dynastar Legend 94
The Legend returns for another season, but unlike MJ or Brett Favre, this classic just keeps getting better. Dynastar enhanced the Legend 94 this year with increased rocker in the forebody to go with race department sidewalls, a wood core and throwback graphics. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW».
#4 Atomic Crimson Ti
Unlike Schwarzenegger, this Austrian import is sure to be beloved by all. Atomic built the Crimson Ti for hard-charging frontsiders but they hold their own off-piste too with an Adaptive Rocker profile, titanium reinforced wood core and slight tip rise. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW».
#5 Blizzard Bonafide
This Blizzard goes down smooth and won't require any trips to the dentist's chair after overindulging. The Bonafide is sweet in variable snow conditions thanks to a medium-stiff flex, 98 mm waist and sandwich compound sidewalls reinforced with titanium. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL REVIEW».