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A soul ride for making the deep and steep your playground.

After playfully pillaging stashes you'll be left only with a perma-grin and a love for the all-mountain freedom of the the 4FRNT CRJ Ski. CR gave his pro model a gradual rocker and reverse sidecut at the tip and tail to float when its or to drop surfy cutbacks at a moment's notice. On your way back to the tram, go ahead and lay trenches in the corduroy thanks normal camber and traditional sidecut underfoot. Although the man behind the CRJ may have passed (RIP), his fun-seeking attitude lives on inside this versatile, powder-hungry stick.

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Shred Daddy

These stix are the best that I've ridden in a while. They are very light and responsive. They are great for almost all parts of the mountain, piste included. They are however, a little difficult to deal with on piste because of the width of the ski. I found that they worked better in the BC, Powdery Bowls, and the Park. They had the right amount of swing weight built in, it wasn't too over powering, but it wasn't so whimpy that you didn't know it was there. The pop on them, as well as the flexion is incredible. I would suggest these to anyone. They truly are a one-ski-quiver.

Do you ship the 4frnt skiis to Canada....

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Do you ship the 4frnt skiis to Canada. Thank you

i got a chipped top sheet at the front...

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i got a chipped top sheet at the front edge of my ski, is this going to be a big problem? is it necessary to fix? suggestions?

i got a chipped top sheet at the front...
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Seal that up with super glue or epoxy, if water gets into it it can really screw up the ski. take it into a shop and see what they say.

I am keen on getting a some crj's but can't...

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I am keen on getting a some crj's but can't decide on which size, either 172 or 180. I am 170cm, about 67kg and typically ski aggressively. I have been told these skis ski short but will the 180 be too much ski for my weight?

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You definitely want at least the 180s if not the 188s. These are a very soft, fun, playful ski and they are very easy to ski and throw around. Plus with the rocker you can definitely go longer than you would on a regular cambered, traditional ski. The 172 is going to be way too short for you. You want at least the 180.

Structured top sheet

Structured top sheet

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Tried my best to photograph the top sheet. It is a patterned laminate that is ridged/rough to the touch.

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Does it make the ski not look as clean like the normal top sheet glare?

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And is the one color just the standard top sheet?

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That's called a structured top sheet. It's used to make the top sheet more resistant to scratching and chipping. It will also keep snow from sticking to the skis as easily. You see it a lot on demo skis, but manufacturers have started using it on some of their production skis as well. It looks like you have the option above to pick which style you want.

It definitely won't change the ski performance at all.

What's up with the "structured top sheets"...

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What's up with the "structured top sheets" on the 182s?

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The structured top sheets serve several purposes. They are less likely to have snow clump and stick. They are more abrasion resistant and don't chip or splinter as easily from the edges clipping the ski when you turn. Plus they also look ridiculously cool.