The Sheeva lineup debuted in 2018 with the 10 and 11 models, offering super-progressive women's freeride skis that legitimately do everything. One bummer? The lack of a narrower option in the family. That need is filled in 2019 by the Sheeva 9, which measures 92mm underfoot. Built with the same tech as its wider sister, the Sheeva 9 does feature two prominent differences. The tapered metal sheet underfoot extends further into the tips and tails than it does on the 10 and 11, and there's more camber. The build matches the Sheeva 9's profile as the most frontside-oriented ski in the line. Realistically wide enough for most resort days, these skis shine across the entire mountain in a breadth of snow conditions. They carve, smear, pop, slash, and surf, providing a reliable platform for high speeds and consequential terrain without feeling heavy or slow. Don't need a man; you got a Sheeva.