Madshus Skin Skis Are Best In Test – Again

Inge ScheveDecember 7, 2020

“Incredibly stable and reliable, and overall a very enjoyable skiing experience”

The new skin ski model Madshus Endurace Intelligrip®  was rated the best overall skin skis in a large, comprehensive skin ski test comparing skin ski models for recreational skiers from all the major ski manufacturers.

Madshus Endurace Intelligrip received top honors in a comprehensive test of 2020-21 skin skis. Photo:

Best overall performance and feel

The skis in the test were rated according to performance on several key properties: weight, glide, grip, turning and handling, double-poling, ski feel and price.

“Incredibly stable and reliable, and overall a very enjoyable skiing experience,” was the verdict of the jury.

The Madshus skis were “best in test” on turning and handling and overall ski feel, and were also the lightest of the tested ski models. Additionally, the test panel points out that the Madshus Endurace Intelligrip® skis feel fast in the track, while providing reliable grip – among the best in the test.

Check out the entire Madshus Intelligrip® skin ski collection 

Engineered with carefully tuned camber, flex and pressure distribution, the Madshus Endurace Intelligrip skin skis provide an “incredibly stable and reliable, and overall a very enjoyable skiing experience” according to the latest test of 2020-21 skin skis.

Defining the industry standard
The recent “best in test” award for the Madshus Endurace Intelligrip® model is not the first time Madshus Intelligrip skin skis receive the top honors in consumer tests.

Last year, the Madshus Redline Intelligrip® outperformed all the other top racing skin skis in a large test of high-end skin skis.

This spring, Madshus Fjelltech Intelligrip® were rated “best in test” in a large test of touring and backcountry skin skis.

With this week’s “best in test” for the new Madshus Endurace Intelligrip® , Madshus skin skis defines the industry standard in all the major categories: Race performance, recreation and touring.

The integrated skin is made from 70 percent mohair and 30 percent nylon, creating the perfect balance between reliable grip, excellent glide and durability.

Inge Scheve

Inge is FasterSkier's international reporter, born and bred in Norway. A cross-country ski racer and mountain runner, she also dabbles on two wheels in the offseason. If it's steep and long, she loves it. Follow her on Twitter: @IngeScheve.

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