What’s not to like about lighter skis, better convenience features and more versatility? Nothing, if you’re a skiing adventure seeker, looking for a tool that toes the line between frontside and powder ski. Waist widths in the All-Mountain Back Category range between 90 mm and 106 mm, and personalities vary from “light and poppy” to “damp and stable.”

To facilitate their all mountain adaptability, many cores have strategically milled-out sections as well as recipes that blend hard and soft wood with other materials, such as carbon and Graphene, used for its lightweight properties and high strength-to-weight ratio. All the models here have rocker technology and dampening properties, adding flotation and maneuverability to this go-to category for an every day, any snow condition, all-mountain ski.

Go ahead, get your gear geek on. View the list below to compare the 2015/2016 ski season's latest and greatest women's All-Mountain Back offering and click through via the ski name or image to read reviews and see specs for each ski.

Geek out even more by starting or joining a gear thread over on our EpicSki community forum for further discussion and to ask/answer questions about ski gear.