The all-mountain wonder-ski, the 4FRNT Cody Ski, thinks it is so cool: it edges on hardpack, steers through tight trees, charges through crud, and floats on pow. And all just because it was born with a mid-fat waist, tip and tail rocker, and traditional camber underfoot. It got the best of its pow-ski mom and carver dad. An asymmetrical, directional shape keeps it bombing downhill with easy consistency, and even the semi-cap beautifully blends the cap and sidewall. Talk about a hybrid.
So when the snow gods haven't been kind and the snow is chalky and grippy, grab the Cody. And when the sky falls in the form of frozen heaven and fluffy blower, grab the Cody. All the other skis will be jealous, but that's something the Cody can handle.
The CODY is a direct descendent of the Renegade and White Room prototyping: A result of long, hot summers in the warehouse dreaming of snow of any kind. The CODY is as at home in a steep couloir as it is maching groomers. This ski will go anywhere and do anything. When you need a tool with as many applications as a swiss army knife bring The CODY. You won't regret it.
|All Mountain:||When you're looking for a one-ski-quiver, look no further than our all-mountain skis|
|Asymmetrical:||A directional shape gives the ski a more consistent feel|
|Semi:||Semi-cap partially wraps the topsheet around the sidewall for additional durability|
|Tip/Tail Taper:||The neutral sidecut length at the tip and tails' widest dimension|
|Twin Tip:||The tail of the ski is also upturned to allow for switch skiing and landings|
If you're looking for a mid-fat all mountain ski, the Cody is it. Whether you're on the east or west coast the 4FRNT Cody slays. It can lay a smooth carve on the groomers, hangs in the park and shreds light pow with ease. Had a blast on these at Aspen on a variable day last year. It's super playful and responsive edge to edge. The rocker and tip and tail taper make it smeary and buttery when you want it.