After thorough testing, it's safe to say the SNO-GO Powder skis are the advanced SNO-GO riders weapon of choice for all snow conditions.
If you've ever tried a SNO-GO in the powder, you will quickly learn two things. First, learning how to manual is essential. Second, avoid the flats. And, third if it's too deep, it's just too deep.
We're extremely proud to say these days are over. After thorough testing with several SNO-GO ambassadors like Kyle Warner and Reed Boggs last winter, it's safe to say the SNO-GO Powder skis are the advanced SNO-GO riders weapon of choice for all snow conditions.
How do SNO-GO Powder Skis actually perform and all conditions? - Exceptional.
But don't just take our word for it. Watch this video of Kyle Warner ripping up some choppy ice chunder, top to bottom at Bogus Basin last winter.
First impressions from SNO-GO Customer, Mack Fulmer.
"Love the new powder skies!! I was surprised at first how different they felt. Not as playful as the all mountain skies but even more stable. I feel like they just want to charge down everything. They do require more effort to turn but after a few runs your muscle memory recalibrates. Definitely a noticeable upgrade. Thanks SNO-GO for making an incredible bike even better!!"
The entire team here at SNO-GO continued to put the Powder Skis to the test throughout the 19/20 season. Here's a few more images from various conditions and days through out the season.
SNO-GO Cofounder Chase Wagstaff finds powder bliss during roadside shuttle laps near Eden, UT.
Team Rider, Reed Boggs with a carving hand drag across the corduroy at Brighton, Utah. (Photo: Andrew Kooyman)