The Jib is an all-mountain twintip that shares the same shape and most of the same features as the Jib TW (Scott slopestyle athlete Tom Wallisch's pro model) at a lower price. Scott gives it a different graphic and a less expensive base material. It's a fat twintip jibber with waist widths ranging from 104 to 110 (depending on length). Scott's 3D Sidecut breaks the ski into three sections, with a straight section underfoot and traditional sidecut radii in the tip and tail. This is designed to improve stability at speed and give the ski a playful, easy-pivoting feel. The Jib is a wood-core, metal-free laminate construction with extra sturdy edges designed to withstand rail-grinding punishment.