The rocker profile and tip shape are combined into one progressively changing elliptical arc, which allows the tips to plane faster in powder, deflect less in variable snow, and helps the effective edge running within the rocker length to engage in a more natural, effortless way.
The sidecut consists of an elliptical arc that begins at boot center and gets progressively smaller as it extends toward the tip and tail of the ski, resulting in a ski that carves harder the more it is put on edge, yet remains stable when it is skied flat.
Last winter, we stepped into the world of lady shred and were delighted by the warm welcome. The Jessie line returns updated and improved for 2017: fun, no pink-and-shrink skis that hold our standards for durability and construction in every regard. Deep days are the domain of the Jessie 108. Everything we’ve learned about building powder skis has gone into this design, and it romps through the fluff with the best of them. For 2017, an improved taper profile increases float and stability with no additional weight.