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A playful storm-or-no-storm powder ski that adds stoke and good vibes to the legacy of a true great.

It's hard to forget a ski legend like CR Johnson anyway, but stomping a big backcountry 3 on his meticulously designed 4FRNT CRJ Memorial Ski could be the best way to make sure you don't forget. We know he'd be stoked about it too because, with each purchase, 4FRNT fronts $100 toward traumatic brain injury victims so they can 'love the life they live' like CR did. This ski has seen very little change since he poured his soul into it. The wood core and pro-perfected profile dish out buttery flex in pow and gorilla-strength grip in the chalky chop so you can make the whole mountain your playground just as CR intended.
  • The Hi-Lite Woodcore Block uses poplar and beech to provide a playful platform with lots of rebound for spinning, slarving, and buttering up fat pillows
  • Hand-made sandwich construction fuses the core, fiberglass, base, and top sheet between the side walls for strength and stability during face-melting speeds
  • The raised tip and tail are tapered to bring the edge contact closer to your boot for better control and float in everything from deep pow to manky crud
  • Traditional camber and sidecut grab old snow and cat tracks so you can still get rowdy weeks after a storm
  • X4 Dampening system features rubber foil between the edge and core to silence chatter during high-speed turns, without giving up CR's engineered flex
  • Long-lasting Q45 fiberglass sheets add longitudinal and torsional stiffness for sustained raging on crud and hardpack between righteous Tahoe dumps
  • Deflect ABS sidewalls and a 360 full wrap metal edge channel the power from your ski-bum legs directly to the snow for controlling your downhill destiny

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5 5

Fun as an AT or inbound/slackcountry ski

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I demoed these briefly last year, got a 188 CRJ for a good deal & gonna make them as my Dynafit setup this winter. They have camber with slight rocker in tip/tail. They are really lightweight (why I'm doing them as a Dynafit setup) but still got some stiffness, but not overly stiff, but very playful in powder.

I can't wait to do days on Teton Pass, Grand Teton National Park & other WY/MY/UT touring zones this winter putting them through the wringer.

I think I heard the CRJ is in final year of production, get them now before they are gone for good.

5 5

Awsome!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Freestyle powder ski! Great feeling riding switch in deep snow. Even if its buttery... you can hit that huge cliff and landing full speed! 100% with CR on that one!