“This ski killed everything I put in front of it,” said one tester. And it’s not surprising that multiple testers used the word “playful” when describing Sean Pettit’s first pro-model ski. A complaint of groomer chatter surfaced, but this ski was made for soft snow, natural takeoffs and stomped landings. While it’s designed to be stiff, the Pettitor’s stability at high speeds isn’t what you’d expect. Pettit shortened the contact points, reducing swing weight and increasing maneuverability (helpful for mini golf in the trees). The 120 mm waist with camber underfoot provides adequate float and necessary versatility.