“This is a good all-around ski that can hold on hardpack, stay damp at speed and can provide a little flotation too,” Dumais said of the MYA 10. The unique design has what Head calls TTS technology, which uses an exoskeleton made with elastomers and fiberglass designed to reduce weight and vibration in the rockered tip and the tail. Construction includes a World Cup sandwich with cap wrapped over the edges for a more user-friendly feel to the race-oriented design. The MYA 10’s highest scores were for powder performance. “It’s a light and easy floater,” Rodman said. “Intermediate through advanced skiers can benefit from how easily it turns in variable snow.”