When things come together and you're stomping and making those grabs, you can feel it, and it just makes sense. And it happens all the time when you take the 4FRNT Click Ski into the park or pipe. Get the rotations, keep the momentum, and stomp high-amplitude with serious afterbang. It happens more often than not on this lightweight, lively, traditional-camber ski. The cap construction keeps it durable without adding excess weight, and the camber and classic contact points give it edge-to-edge quickness. Twin tips are key for front-switch takeoffs and landings, naturally, and an asymmetric shape gives you a consistent feel moving forward. The waist on this freestyle ski is ample for the park and pipe but also handles off-piste like an all-around pro.
We debated names for what referenced a group of friends on the hill lapping the park. Steele thought we should animate the title with an exclamation point. I agreed. The feeling of the cap was light and snappy, almost weightless. The vibe was young and fun. We edged our way through the latter part of our test day just as the sun caught only the ramps of the jumps up on Kings. I’ll never forget dropping in seeing those pink lips.
|Asymmetrical:||A directional shape gives the ski a more consistent feel|
|Classic Camber:||A traditional ski shape that gives the ski maximum performance in groomed conditions|
|Park/Pipe:||Spin, flip and slide your way to glory with our skis designed for the park and pipe|
|Traditional Contact:||The two contact points of the ski are at the tips and tails|
|Twin Tip:||The tail of the ski is also upturned to allow for switch skiing and landings|