Goode made a radical change in its layups last year, incorporating wood cores instead of foam. The new 106-waisted Sorcerer is designed to be manageable on hardpack, but excel in crud in and powder. Goode employs its Rising Rocker design, which is a gradual full-length bend intended to make the ski buoyant, smooth-riding and loose-feeling in powder and crud. Goode builds its wider skis with progressively softer flexes for improved powder performance. Construction: wood core with all-carbon-fiber torsion box.