This all-mountain ski does everything well. We strapped into this ski for a quick demo and it held like glue on groomed trails, popped playfully through bumps, and even floated in some powder stashes left over from the nearly three feet of snow that had buried Copper Mountain a few days earlier. The key to its success is a wide tip with early-rise (bent up to ease turn initiation), and a tapered tail that allows you to slide the tail in tight situations.
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