Counting sheep is boring, so you count spins, kinks, and corks to help you fall asleep. So it's really no coincidence that you spend most nights cuddling up with the Icelantic Da'Nollie Ski. It now sports a wider platform 95mm underfoot to ease powder landings and increase the stomping surface area, along with a rockered tip and tail that make it easy to butter, ride switch, and venture out of the park and into the freshies. Like all Icelantics, the Da'Nollie's available in fairly short lengths and tight turn radii, making the ski nimbler and reducing swing weight without compromising stability and performance at speed. Icelantic's poplar wood core provides a strong, flexible, and poppy platform for buttering, ollieing, and popping off every little feature you find, while fiberglass laminates offer enough stiffness to rally comfortably at speed without weighing you down when you decide to go airborne. The Da'Nollie wouldn't be an Icelantic board if it didn't have the company's signature Travis Parr graphics and rugged crystal clear Carbonium topsheets, which are complemented by 2. 2mm steel edges and a lightning quick Durasurf 4001 sintered base. The only drawback' You won't be able to blame your skis anymore when you bail.