With a full dose of Strada influence, the Theory rises highly above the common interpretation of a shaped ski. It's designed for the experienced freerider and short-rope/wide-ride competitor. Fluid rocker lends incremental support to the skier so the more ski that enters the water, the larger the platform becomes. A design-controlled flat spot provides the place for the ski to slide across the wakes with both speed and stability. The end of the flat spot connects to a single rocker radius. More effective edging comes from the parallel sidecut, which was created by reducing the tapered points in front of and behind the widest point of the ski. Multi-faceted 5 radius rail configuration is the first of its kind and capitalizes on the benefits of sharp and round bevel designs. There is not a better 30-32 mph ski for the slalom course.