Crafted in Northern MI, Skied Worldwide

Tubby 120 - Woody

$ 999.00

9 reviews
Ash/Poplar Core
Carbon Reinforced
22.3m @ 180cm
Fully Rockered
Partial Twin Tapered Tail

Size Guide
Pre-Orders ship by Oct. 15th

American Made

2 Year Warranty

Race Tuned

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Powder Specific
Snow Types
Powder, Crud/Variable, Spring Corn
Trees, Bowls, Open Runs/Trails (w/Soft Snow)
Playful flex allows skiers to surf and smear through powder and crud

Tubby 120


The Tubby 120 is our unapologetic powder ski. With loads of tip and tail rocker and a pinned tail, this ski is designed to provide maximum fun in the soft stuff. The playful flex will have you grinning from ear to ear as you effortlessly bounce from turn to turn in the fresh. Need to rail through crud and navigate groomers between powder shots? No problem! The Tubby 120 is your vehicle to eke every last bit of enjoyment out of the deep days.


Tubby 120 - Fully Rockered Skis

Length (cm) Dimensions (mm) Turning Radius (m) Mounting Setback (cm) Weight (g/ski)
188 151-120-135 23-25 m -7.0 2150
180 151-120-134 22.3-24 m -7.0 2050
172 151-120-134 21-23 m -7.0 1925


  • Fully rockered tip and tail maximize flotation in powder and rail through crud.
  • Hybrid MidLight construction combines ash and poplar hardwoods with carbon fiber and lightweight triaxial fiberglass for weight reduction without sacrificing pop and energy.
  • Playful flex allows skiers to surf and smear through powder and crud.
  • Rounded mini-cap top edge with full-height sidewalls are bombproof and provide a sleek look.

Build Notes

Ride Notes: Super playful, forgiving, and float like a dream. Not my go-to for hardpack, but whenever there's soft snow - I won't grab anything else!

Design Needs: Maximum flotation - soft tip that deflects in powder - grip when on groomers - full rocker for float and maneuverability.

Purpose: Make a dedicated powder ski that will maximize the fun-factor on powder days. Don't sacrifice flotation for versatility - we've got other skis for that! Build them to make every day in powder your most memorable one. 

John Thompson - Shaggy's Skis Partner

John Thompson

Skier Level: Expert | Tubby 120 Length: 188cm | Height: 5'10"

Common Questions

What length should I get?

The Tubby 120 is fully rockered and therefore skis shorter than skis with rocker and camber. If you are between lengths, size up for a more stable ride, size down for more maneuverability. Check out our size chart for more info.

What bindings should I get?

You can use any binding on the Tubby 120 as long as the brake width is at least 120 mm wide. We run Marker Griffon bindings on our demo skis. Visit your local ski shop for bindings and mounting.

What can I customize?

Just about anything from graphics to construction! Build your own custom pair at
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Are they tuned and waxed?

Skis come tuned with a 1° base edge bevel and a 2° side edge bevel and a slight tip/tail detune. The skis are waxed with a universal temperature wax to get you going.

Premium Materials

Laminated ash/poplar hardwood: Long grain premium white ash and tulip poplar is hand selected and cut into full-length strips. Strips are individually flex indexed and laminated together symmetrically. Each laminated core is CNC milled to a precise thickness profile developed for each model and length.

Unidirectional carbon fiber strips below the core, lightweight triaxial fiberglass below the core, fiberglass binding mat underfoot. Rubber bonding strips placed along edges, sidewalls, and ends for rock solid bonding.

Bio-Based Epoxy
Entropy Super Sap® epoxy contains 28% bio-based content and is specifically designed for skis. It's formulated for high-strength and impact resistance, which creates a durable, tough, and lightweight composite.

Full-height - bombproof and double chamfered for reduced swingweight. A rounded mini-cap top edge rolls over the sidewall to protect your topsheets.

Clearview gloss nylon with sublimated graphics and transparent windows to the wood core.

Base + Edge
1.4 mm CNC Knife Cut 4001 Race Grade Durasurf sintered UHMW. 2.2 mm over-sized and heat treated edges take a beating.

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
Hayes Collins
Height: 5'8
Ski Length: 168 small for Boyne powder days
Primary Ski Area: Boyne Mountain
Great in powder but my go to spring ski.

To be honest I haven't skied the new iterations of The tubby. I have an older model but I think the basics are the same. Obviously with a 120 they are going to float. They ski very short with the amount of rocker in them. They are extremely nimble in the trees when you have at least three inches of snow. They are capable carvers on hard pack when transitioning out of the powder. They are my favorite spring ski because of the wide stance it is really fun to lay them over and you never boot out meaning you don't get snow slap that will slap you out of your skis in spring crud. They lay huge trenches and with that huge rocker tip they absorb the bumps. This ski is a must-have in your quiver I'm on it in the spring pretty much every day.

Height: 6'0
Ski Length: 178
Primary Ski Area: Telluride resort and BC
most fun ski ever

love these thicc sticks, literally so much fun.super soft ski with a ton of pop. i can tail butter so easily with these.

Height: 6'4"
Ski Length: 186
Primary Ski Area: Bohemia
Funnest ski ever

I'm no ski expert, but I know what I like. These are the only fat skis I've ever tried (mine are 2017 models) and they're a blast in the backcountry. I'm a big dude, 6'4" and these skis turn super easy on crud, packed pow and pow. Super solid at all backcountry worthy speeds. So glad I bought them.

Anne Gore
Great skies for women too

I've tried many skies over the years and my Tubby's are by far my favorite. This ski is fun for both play and aggressive skiing. Its only limitation is ice. Spring skiing with soft snow is where this ski has a major advantage over other skies. I have a second pair of shaggy skies - sarge 95 which I also enjoy. I bought my Sarge for those icy days, but I find myself switching skis regularly between the two because I like the variety for changing skiing conditions. We have a farm that I will use my tubbys on for back country skiing. The marker EPF touring bindings work great for this. Thank you for designing the tubby ski. It is a ton of fun, especially after you get used to them.

Seth Shuster
More Than A Specialized Ski

While the Tubby is labeled as a ski strictly for powder, don't sell them short. The full rocker tip and tail, coupled with the dimensions, allow you to blast through the fresh, but the design offers much more than just ski reserved for the best of days. Skiing the Midwest all season with multiple trips westward allowed me to ski The Tubby on almost every snow condition imaginable - from fluff, to sugar, to crud, the Tubby slashed through them all with optimal performance. Never once did I feel the edge slip during any condition - even on the most pristine of groomed runs. While it tackles various conditions with confidence, the Tubbys time to shine is on the pow days we strive for. Playful when you want em to be, and aggressive as ever when the conditions call for it. Try em out - you'll be hooked after the first lap.