The Jib TW is the signature twin-tip ski of Scott athlete Tom Wallisch, a slopestyle specialist. Check out the graphic, which combines the cityscape of Wallisch's native Pittsburgh with the Wasatch mountainscape of his adopted Utah. It's a fat twin-tip jibber with waist widths ranging from 84 to 87 mm (depending on length; as with many Scott models, the waist width and tip/tail dimensions vary from length to length to provide consistent performance throughout the size run). Near-symmetrical sidecut optimizes switch riding performance. Scott's 3Dimension 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 TW is a wood-core laminate construction. Extra sturdy edges, designed to withstand rail-grinding punishment, have been further reinforced this year with metal inserts over the edges for increased edge-grip and durability.