With a waist of 132 mm, The Whole Enchilada is designed to be effortless on deep days. Five points of contact—with the widest points of the ski moved in from the tip and tail to match the ski's contact point with the snow—should still provide a measure of versatility most skis of this size would not provide. It's a similar design to Rossi's groundbreaking S7, but its wood core goes all the way into the tip, intending to eliminate any dead spot. The flex pattern changes in powder, because the tip and tail come into contact with the snow, giving it a longer turn radius when you need it. Rocker in tips and tails should lend a surfy feel.