The Big Horn was designed by Peter Wells to help team athletes navigate steep slopes with as little inhibition as its four legged namesake. Sego skier Isaac Freeland will be rocking the 114 and 106 this winter as he takes on the world's most challenging faces in the Freeride World Tour. Whether you're picking your way through technical terrain, pointing them straight for a runout or throwing shifties mid pillow line the Big Horn is a trusty companion. It features a wider tip and tail than its narrower brother for added stability when moving through variable conditions. It's upturned tip and tail and stout camber make it a great combination of jibby fun and handle it all versatility that's as accessible as it is powerful in the right hands.