We all need a pair of sendin' sticks, and there aren't many better than the Amplid Infrablack Ski. A legend that took a five year hiatus to recharge its batteries, the Infrablack comes back better than ever, with a smooth, floaty tip rocker, powerful flat tail, and redesigned, lightweight, and seriously burly core. As the dimensions would suggest, it's a big mountain pow ski, made to shred deep AK lines and stomp BC pillows at high speeds, but a pow ski shouldn't be a dead, damp missile. Amplid built the Infrablack on a Helio P15 Ultralight wood core that's been drilled out in sections and filled with HexO2 composite for a lightweight and nimble boost, and then wrapped up in Amplid's Full Carbon Jacket for bomber stiffness without extra weight. It also laid down a pre stretched fiberglass laminate to give the ski torsional stiffness and stability that won't fade over the seasons. You don't want to feel unstable or squirrely when you're punching big straightlines or airs, so Amplid designed the Infrablack with a stiff, flat tail that lets you finish turns and stomp cliffs without feeling like it might be the last thing you ever do. Roundtop sidewalls wrap the topsheet over the edge for increased durability and edging power, and the Infrablack's tapered Fly tips reduce swing weight and increase nimbleness by removing excess material from the tip, which also creates a smoother flex and better turning in soft snow. Amplid also designed the ski with its famous Jekyll Hyde geometry, which maximizes surface area and effective edge without making things huge and unwieldy, and made sure the Infrared had a big ol' sidecut to keep it stable at face melting speeds.