This domestically made ski, designed by a small company in Sun Valley, Idaho, was meant to be "an easy-turning ski that carves" and performs well at racing speeds. Its woodcore, glass-wrapped construction was said to make it responsive in all snow conditions. SKIING Magazine bench tests on a 204-cm model showed it to be firm overall, with a medium sidecut and medium torsional stiffness in the fore body. In flex distribution, the shovel, middle, and heel of the ski all tested medium. Lengths: 175-207 cm, including 204.