Though named the Punisher, the ski’s highest marks from testers were for playfulness, thanks to a twin tip profile with tip and tail rocker and traditional camber underfoot. Construction includes sandwich sidewalls and a full wood core. The Punisher has a 3Dimension sidecut design, which combines a tip and tail radius with a central flat line underfoot. The waist width ranges between 104 millimeters and 110 millimeters, according to the length. “Since the ski doesn’t like getting out of third gear, it’s more for an intermediate who feels comfortable at slow to medium speed,” Schlopy said. “It’s more All-Mountain and less big mountain,” Gaudet added. “It’s stable on the groomers but felt a little wild in the bumps and rough stuff.”