To the men’s side, the Sender 94 Ti gets a notable upgrade in the form of a Titanal Beam. The ski has a lot of the same personality traits as the underrated Escaper, while adding the necessary ingredient to boost performance, edge grip, and energy. The beam does a great job at smoothing out the bumps underfoot and adding grip to the firmer snow. Damp Tech, Air Tip, and a paulownia wood core round out the build, making this ski versatile and fun-loving. At 94 mm underfoot in the 176, the ski definitely falls into the width range of a one-ski quiver, and the responsiveness blends well with the flotation, making it a great choice for intermediate to advanced-level skiers who are looking for a light and fun ski for any and all conditions and terrain. 19-meters and 1800 grams in that 176 cm length is a nice middle-ground to be in for radius and weight for a ski like this.