You'll still have to carry them to the hill, but the Head Caddy Skis will do most of the work for you once you step into them. Built with a PNP Rocker, the Caddy has traditional camber underfoot to let you carve hard into takeoffs and pipe walls, with a moderate rocker in the tip that reduces edge contact for easy buttering, catch free rail sliding, and easier pow adventures. It's also been tricked out with Head's Independent Suspension System, which incorporates elastomeric vibration dampeners in the tip, tail, and underfoot, to reduce the chatter that can plague rockered skis. With full twin tip construction, it's easy to ride the Caddy switch, and ABS Tuffwall sidewalls stand up to rocks, rails, and unfriendly urban landings. The core is made of laminated wood that stays light and poppy, and the UHM base is fast, durable, and highly transparent, so everyone can see the graphics shining through when you're poking out big tricks.