Last year the testers of ski test website "Le Bon Test" voted the Rockwell one of their favourite all-mountain skis. This year it was the turn of Amplid's playful park destroyer, the Antidote, to impress the testers and bring home the silverware.
Germany's popular ski touring publication, Alpin Magazine, recently released the results of its annual "Mega Test". Amplid sent the testers a pair of Ego Trip Evolution to compete in the 89-98mm category. We've translated the original article into English for your reading pleasure.
For the second year in a row the LoveLife has been featured in Outside Online's prestigious Buyers Guide as one of the Five Best Women's Snowboards of 2017! Check-out the whole review here.
The Milligram continues its ascent to legendary status by winning a "Selection 2017" award from French ski touring magazine "Ski Rando". The testers were blown away with the Milligram's combination of lightweight construction and killer performance.
Last March German freeride skiing magazine Powder-Magazin took the Facelift for a spin on the Kaunertal Glacier. They tested the ski in a full range of conditions and had some great things to say about the ski.
Amplid took the time to translate ACT Magazine's snowboard reviews into English for your reading pleasure. ACT is renowned for their testing crew's in-depth analyses of boards, so we're stoked to have won two treasured "Ace of ACT" awards for the Paradigma and the Morning Glory. Read the full reviews here.
Whitelines Magazines, an online publication which has been delivering snowboard content to UK shredders since the early 90ies, took Amplid's do-everything twin, the Stereo for a cruise last spring at the UK board test on the Kaunertal Glacier. This is what they thought.
Exotics Skis' Eric Edelstein knows a thing or two about testing skis, since starting his blog Exotics skis he must have tested hundreds of pairs from small and independent manufacturers. Based on the US' East Coast he experiences a huge range of conditions, so we thought what better ski to test than the Alter Ego? Here's what he had to say after months of testing.
Blister tester Andrew Forward spent more than a month in the extremes of Alaska last spring, climbing in excess of 6000ft daily and putting the Amplid Milligram through the most rigorous test.
Utilizing the materials and technologies developed for the Amplid Milligram, the World's lightest splitboard, the new Facelift touring ski cuts a kilogram of ski weight without sacrificing a gram of performance. Here we take a closer look at this awesome flagship ski.
Backcountry blogger "The Gemstock", aka Andy Malton, took the Creamer Split, Amplid's dependable and affordable splitboard, for a week of touring in the world-famous Lyngen Alps to see if the board measure up to his expectations. Click on the link and see what he had to say after a week of shredding.
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