The new Beast 108 ski is made just for powder specialists. Compared to the prior model from Winter 19-20, its wood core has been weight-optimized again (less 100 grams) and a totally new topsheet was developed. The topsheet ensures less snow accumulation on the ski with nano technology and thus helps keep weight down. Developers have focused on downhill performance: Full ABS sidewalls and the ash wood core ensures edge grip and stability plus torsional rigidity. Nevertheless, this ski at 1,660 grams (at 181 cm) performs well as a touring ski for medium and long ascents. To achieve this, developers put their focus on weight reduction while not decreasing ski performance -- for example, with the use of premium materials and the reduction of topsheets. The ski has Double Ellipse Rocker construction. This construction works with variable edge lengths -- depending on the ski's edge angle -- and ensures optimum control and maneuverability in the backcountry. In addition, the so-named Ride Tip -- a carbon core in the shovel area -- optimizes vibration and damping properties.