Freeriding is a style of skiing performed on natural, un-groomed terrain, without a set course, goals or rules. A Freeride ski has a wide waist width, 95mm - 110mm, making them ideal for places with soft snow. That extra surface area helps skiers to float above the powder. However, they can be difficult to use on slopes with less snow or groomed trails. These skis are intended for those looking for powder but will still have to ski the pistes to get there.