4FRNT MSP 2018 Ski Review
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
171 / 133-99-121 / 17
176 / 133-99-122 / 17.5
181 / 134-99-122 / 18
187 / 135-99-123 / 19
The ski that started it all, the MSP, is back with a new shape and construction for the modern day coast to coast resort crusher. Torsionally strong with a Titanal laminate and a playful camber rocker profile, this ski is the culmination of 15 years of ski building experience.
The MSP is a resort ski built for frontside crushing from the East to West coasts. A poplar core, camber with rocker, and Titanal semi-cap construction, these skis are smooth and damp, especially in variable conditions. Countering the smooth, easy feeling tip, the MSP gets significantly stiffer toward the tail. The new material and construction made the ski effortless to engage and steady on edge. On the stiffer side, the tail had a lot of energy, though some may find it overpowering. The result is a strong ski that nearly anyone could pick up and love.
” Winner of Top 10 Skis” in the 2018 Powder Magazines’ Buyers Guide. Review by Tester Eric German.
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