Big mountains and crap tons of snow can either be a perfect playground or a haven for crazy old men who don't want to be disturbed. Whether you're more big mountain jibber or crusty hermit, Amplid's Hill Bill Ski will have your wintertime needs covered with a cold smoke gobbling tip and tail rocker, fat 120mm waist, and super springy core that will let you shred pow to smithereens, launch off backcountry booters, or chase those meddling young bucks down the hill and off your property, A big ski isn't much good if you can't turn it, so Amplid designed the Hill Bill with its trademark Jekyll Hyde geometry, which packs maximum effective edge and surface area into a given shape for a nimble, floaty feel regardless of length. The rockered tip and tail let you get loose and slashy, and the Hill Bill's underfoot camber provides the edginess you need to handle occasional hardpack sections or firm in runs. The P10 Superlight wood core is light and super energetic, and that's before accounting for the basalt suspension strips, which give the Bill extra pop so it never feels damp and boring. Amplid built the Bill with a durable and powerful sandwich construction, but rolled the sidewalls into the topsheet a design it calls Roundtop to increase durability and prevent chipping. It also laid down Stompguard, a thin layer of rubber wrapped Titanal under the edges, to prevent blowouts, and hooked the Bill up with TPU Spin Tips, which reduce swing weight and help you zip through tight spots like it's no big deal.