Heli skiing in BC' Chasing storms in the Cascades' Calling in sick for a powder day in Little Cottonwood' Load up the Liberty Double Helix Ski and you'll be scarfing down pow, howling with joy, and sniffing butts like the powder hound you are. Truthfully, Liberty probably discourages on mountain butt sniffing, but the Double Helix's Stealth Rocker gives you the tip and tail rise to float, pivot, and throw monster pow slashes, and it's traditional camber underfoot and burly ABS sidewall construction lay down killer edge hold and powerful steering capabilities for carving up hardpack when Ullr's on vacation. Like all Libertys, the Double Helix is made with ultra durable, lively, and sustainable bamboo Speedcore, which is laminated to poplar stringers for extra pop and durability. As a result, the ski is lighter and livelier than most boards this girthy, so you can pivot through tight trees and shimmy your way between rocks like it's no big deal. A fiberglass laminate sandwich helps keeps things powerful and stiff, so you can push the speed limit without fear tears freezing inside your goggles, and Liberty gave this beast a rugged P Tex 2000 base and HRC 48 steel edges for seasons of speed, bite, and rock resistance.