Round 2 – All-Mountain Selection, Pick 1I skied Wiley Miller’s pro model on a wind-buffed, skied-out, inbounds day at Jackson, and they ripped. They were playful and quick and dropped trenches in the groomer between mini-shred lines. The symmetrical design means they perform just as well switch as forward, even in less than perfect conditions. We were able to weasel ourselves into a few small drops with soft landings and they were as solid of a stomp-platform as you can get. The wood-core sandwich construction is bomber and poppy. The shape is the perfect combination of width, sidecut and rocker to create a daily driver versatile enough that, whether conditions are haggard or blower, you’ll never regret grabbing them off the rack.
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