All Klint models feature what the brand calls "Reflection Applied Concept," which means that each model's performance characteristics edge contact, flex, running surface, sidecut, etc. are scaled to each available length of that model. Klint claims that this helps adapt those characteristics to each skier's size, weight, and ability. Klint's White Noise features "Classic Rocker," which is one of four rocker profiles offered by Klint and is specifically designed for maximum versatility anywhere on the mountain. Classic Rocker entails camber in the middle 69% of the ski (2mm at max height) and rocker in the tip and tail. It features a Birch core and sandwich construction, said to absorb vibration and provide rebound energy, respectively. It sports a mid-fat waist width of 91mm in the 182cm length, so it's built to handle the spectrum of conditions and terrain between groomers and shallow powder. Compared with Klint's more traditional Fringe, the dimensionally similar but rockered White Noise is a more modern all-mountain ski.