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Say hello to ze Devastatah.

From ze powdery slopes of Russia to ze beeg peaks of Austria and ze terrain pahks of Cali-fornia, ze 4FRNT Devastator vill pump you AHP! Alright, so the Devastator isn't made in a former Soviet republic, nor is it Hans and Franz' board of choice, but it is a big-time all-mountain freeride ski that'll make short work of whatever you point it at. It's pretty fat for an all-mountain ski—a 108mm waist in a 184—and has a full rocker profile, but 4FRNT had some tricks up its sleeve to make it more than just a powder ski. It has a stiff flex for a fully rockered board, so you can conquer groomers, hardpack, and icy parks, and is also built with Reflect Tech, which matches the rocker and camber profiles so you get full-length edge contact when you roll it over and keep that surfy, pivoty feel when you keep the bases flat. The Devastator's shape also means you can kiss tip hook goodbye, so you'll have a smooth, buttery, and powerful ride in all conditions. Its wood core keeps things light, quick, and lively, while the semi-cap construction serves up a killer combo of durability, power, and light weight. Oh yeah, and the Devastator Limited Edition rocks killer art by Harry Lau—get it before it's gone.

  • Full rocker
  • Wood core
  • Semi-cap hybrid construction
  • Reflect Tech matched rocker and camber profile
  • Asymmetrical directional shape

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5 5

Great One Ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I bought this ski with the thought that I would be using it more for groomers and park laps as I was working in the MT. Hood area. I do have other sets for the wicked deep days and thanks to the reflect tech (where the rocker matches the side cut) these actually put every other ski in my quiver into hibernation (exception is my touring set up) These were the perfect skis for a winter that was mostly spent skiing hard pack and groomers. Still when it did snow the rocker in the tip and tail allowed for generous float and the stability at any speed was perfect. From tight trees to bombing groomers at mach looney, I never felt like the skis were going to give up. They had a feel of wanting more, while not leaving me in the back seat. Being a little narrower than many of today's powder boards they did see some flaws arise when the snow decided to come, but they didn't dive or feel bogged down in the deep stuff. This is a ski that works and excels at almost everything and its build is coming from a guy that make gold medal skis.

5 5

Same great ski, just this topsheet rules

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I grew up a comic book kid, so in my opinion, this top sheet is better than the tamed down version. Plus, the bases have a massive neon yellow logo....Pretty sick if you ask me.

I have to agree with Danimal on this one. This skis looks awesome, especially when it is in the air and you can see the radical neon yellow logo.