The all new GPX 95 W impressed testers with its stronger than 95 attitude on snow and lateral power band, which was broad and strong to the edge at all speeds through a variety of terrain. The stripped down and elemental appeal of the sleek, narrow class design and black ninja styling appealed to our hard charging testers who have no need for excess fluff and feature frills.
For a 98mm boot, the test team claimed it offered medium-class width in the toebox but remained snug elsewhere throughout the redesigned lower and an even more snug fit at the boot top, which they said ran taller than most as well.
Taller, heavier members of the test team found that they had no trouble engaging the front of the boot and dominating the ski, tip to tail, while shorter and lighter weight testers commented that the boot felt tall and upright and they had a more difficult time finding the fore-aft sweet spot. Testers universally loved the side to side moves the GPX made from turn to turn and loved the tactile feel underfoot.