The Evolv90 and Evolv100 Skis have the chops for both groomers and freshies

If you’re familiar with Liberty Skis of Avon, Colorado, then you likely belong to the cult of skiers who know that hand-selected bamboo makes one tough, responsive, predictable ski. Our editor skis on Liberty alpine touring skis and is an unqualified believer.

Now, Liberty has added more excitement to its line with the new Evolv series, two skis which are offspring of the fun-seeking Origin line and the precise power of the V-series. The Evolv90 and Evolv 100 fall into that field of skis where a blend of carving precision and freeride fun earn the day. From groomers to freshies, these skis have the guts to cross easily from one to the other!

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Tim Dyer of Liberty Skis testing the Evolv 90 ski.Liberty Skis

The Evolv series is both smooth and energetic, fitting a wide range of snow conditions and skier abilities. The skis feature VMT core construction (bamboo and poplar), carbon stringers and polyethylene sidewalls in versatile shapes and with a design catering to frontside performance and a soft-snow sensibility. If you like a ski with a multi-radius sidecut, torsionally rigid layup, flat tail and a slightly rockered tip, here’s your ride.

EVOLV90 — $649

EVOLV100 $699