Free 2-Day Shipping on Orders Over $50* – Limited Time Only

Detail Images

  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Bottom
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Side
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Back
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski One Color
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Bottom
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Side
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Back
  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski Detail

Available colors

  • 4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski One Color

4FRNT Skis Devastator Ski

sale $527.99 $659.99 20% off

Free 2-Day shipping on orders over $50*

Select a Size:

Select options
  • Select options
    • 174cm
    • 184cm
    • 194cm

    Select a Color:

    Select options
    • Sale One Color
    in stock
    5.0 5 2

    2 Reviews

    Details

    Tear the mountain a new one.

    4FRNT designed the Devastator Ski to do one thing: everything. The jury's still out on its ski ballet chops, but there's no doubt about its powder, big-mountain, and hardpack performance, which all starts with 4FRNT's ReflectTech design. Fully rockered skis like the Devastator have traditionally had trouble edging consistently, but ReflectTech matches the rocker radius to the sidecut radius, offering smooth and predictable edging and providing more effective edge as you lay the ski over. This lets you rail aggressive turns at speed and break out of them in a hurry to dump speed, hit a cliff, or slash a giant spray-turn right in the photog's face.

    The Devastator's ash and beech core has been wrapped up in 4FRNT's semi-cap construction, which blends a cap's light weight with a sidewall's strength and durability and also decreases swing weight for a jibbier, more maneuverable ski. Don't confuse maneuverable with wimpy, though—fiberglass layers keep the Devastator stiff and solid, while the Vibe Veil vibration-dampening layer keeps the ride smooth even when you're pushing your speed limit to the breaking point. And, while the ski is fully reverse camber, the low rocker profile of the tail provides solid turn finishing, so you don't feel like you're stuck on a boat that's got a mind of its own.

    • Full rocker
    • Semi-cap construction with ABS sidewalls
    • Ash and beech core
    • Fiberglass laminates
    • Vibe Veil vibration-dampening layer
    • ReflectTech matching rocker and sidecut profiles
    • Item #FTS001I

    Tech Specs

    Length
    164 cm, 174 cm, 184 cm, 194 cm
    Dimensions
    [174cm] 130 / 105 / 125 mm, [184cm] 136 / 108 / 131 mm, [194cm] 142 / 111 / 137 mm
    Turn Radius
    25 m
    Profile
    full rocker
    Construction
    semi-cap (ABS sidewalls)
    Core
    ash, beech
    Base
    sintered
    Tail
    slightly raised
    Claimed Weight
    [174cm] 9 lbs 2 oz, [184cm] 10 lbs 2 oz, [194cm] 11 lbs 13 oz
    Recommended Use
    all-mountain, freeride
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Swiss Army Knife

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I'll just start out by saying that I am a big fan of reflect tech. I've been on a lot of fully rockered skis and for the most part they slay when conditions are soft, but when you hit chunder or hard pack they are like a fish out of water. This has been the case with all of the fully rockered skis that I've tried except for the Devastators (reflect tech), Hoji's (reflect tech) and the Rossi S6 (no longer in production).

    I needed these skis to be a swiss army knife in my quiver, so I went with the 184 and mounted them up with STH 2's and Cast Touring plates. I've used them for everything: cruising groomers with my 5 year old, spinning laps on the Pali chair with friends, park laps, side-country jaunts, and even short tours.

    These sticks can do it all and like to be skied from a neutral stance. They make the mountain a playground. They are can ski switch, hit tables, straight line, crush moguls, float in powder, stomp drops, etc.

    These sticks are heavy and stiff, so if you're used to light noodles then hit the gym before you strap these on. With my Cast plates, they are probably one of the heaviest touring rigs out there, but if you're not going for more than a few hours they'll work fine on the way up, and the ride down will be well worth it.

    Swiss Army Knife