Know that one controller with the loose joystick, the sticky buttons, and the habit of steering you into a corner no matter where you're trying to go' Yeah, the Amplid Multiplayer Ski isn't anything like that. It's a versatile, precise, and super fun tool that can slay chunder filled levels, beat big booter bosses, and set all kinds of pow course speed records and on the same run, if it's that sort of day. Amplid pressed the Multiplayer into its Camrock profile, but this version has more camber and a gentler tip rocker than the full on look of the Hill Bill. This provides more edge bite and control in hard and mixed snow, although the Jekyll Hyde geometry already packs a crazy amount of effective edge and surface area into a fairly tight package. At 17m, the sidecut is aggressive when you lay the ski over hard but smooth and not grabby in soft snow, and the tapered tip and tail won't hook up in pow and send you for a rag doll ride. Inside, the Multiplayer features a P10 Superlight wood core, which has been overlaid with a pre stretched fiberglass laminate that won't lose its energy after repeated flexing. Amplid also went all in with basalt suspension strips, which have been arranged in a V pattern to keep the ski torsionally stiff and poppy from tip to tail, not squirrelly from edge to edge. Roundtop sidewalls roll directly into the topsheet to keep it from chipping, and TPU spin tips help reduce vibration and keep swing weight down so you can rack up spin bonuses while you're rallying around the mountain.