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Sometimes things just make sense.

Every once in a while, everything comes together and that cork seven feels as easy as falling asleep. That's the sort of feeling the 4FRNT Click Ski specializes in, so it's a perfect park, pipe, and urban tool for anyone looking to take their game up a level or two. It's extra light, thanks to a wood core and a full cap construction, so you can trick everyone into thinking you're rocking the newest anti-gravity boots when you're boosting like a legend, and has a swing weight that's more finely balanced than a 100-year-old-bottle of French wine. The design's pure classic, with traditional camber for edge grip and confidence on sketchy in-runs and takeoffs, and the traditional contact points provide a ton of effective edge so you don't wash out and go over the lip face first. 4FRNT also gave the Click a soft, supple flex that's more buttery than a dairy farm so you can smear off rollers, handle transitions of all shapes, and shred park and urban obstacles like there's no tomorrow.

  • Traditional camber
  • Wood core
  • Cap construction
  • Traditional contact points
  • Asymmetrical twin tip shape

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4 5

Hooray crappy snow!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Read this for an honest joe review.
Review is based out of CO during early/late season and crap conditions.
I'm a powder seeker that likes to ski hard even if the snow sucks. I was looking for a ski that was complimentary of the YLE, which is my normal ski. This seems to be the perfect opposite of the YLE in the best way possible. When conditions are not ideal, this is such a blast to ski on. Forwards, backwards, butters, high speeds, groomers, light crud, whatever. These boys do marvelous things for those who need a pair of light skis and don't have a crap ton of money (most of us).
I am NOT an expert park skier. I like to screw around in the park, but I'm nothing exceptional. These skis are not meant for hardcore park rats, but for those of us who feel like getting experimental while praying for the deep.
I refuse to give every ski a five star rating, but please know that these skis will destroy. It's fun. Get unique out there, my friends.
Comments, questions, etc. always appreciated.