Source: “This chair skis like an inbred zucchini.”

Dear 2017-18 Ski Testers,

We have overcome many obstacles over the years: hangovers, hardpack, malfunctioning keg taps, confusing marketing lingo, too many dudes in the hot tub. But we now face the greatest challenge yet to writing ski reviews: The skis are too good.

As ski reviewers, our job is to test the nuances of devices with no moving parts, and then write something compelling that’s shaped by

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