At 118 underfoot, the D’Riddim is a powder-loving beast of a ski. But reports from the Alps, to the Rockies, to the Sierras support the unlikely claim that the D’Riddim may even be the ultimate one-ski-quiver. As a 5-point shape with traditional camber underfoot, this ski is shockingly nimble even on packed snow. But with its hefty width and rocker in both the tip and tail, it’s a downright pair of wings in powder that gives the gift of smooth, rhythmic turns in any terrain. From intense steeps, to mellow high-alpine bowls, to the tightest Eastern glades, the D’Riddim shines as one of the easiest powder skis in the world to whip around. Owners of girthy long-radius boards beware: the playfulness and extreme versatility of this progressive 5-point ski will turn your super-hyped current favorites into permanent closet-dwellers.