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The 4FRNT Madonna Women's Ski eats up the spotlight (and the mountain) with its combination of traditional camber, tip and tail rocker, and women-specific core design, so you can shred, slash, and even throw down a dance move or two. She's smooth as silk on groomers and off piste, with a tapered rocker that's matched to the sidecut for smooth, easy turning that's aggressive when you want it to be and easy to control at slow speeds. If you're not too busy busting moves down the mountain, you can take a second to dig the women-specific Contour core, which has a center of gravity that's been moved back 5cm to better complement a more centered style of skiing, so you won't spend your runs struggling to stay out of the backseat. It makes for more enjoyable, easier skiing and helps to reduce backward falls so you spend more time ripping down the mountain instead of gathering up your gear after taking a tumble.

Inside the Madonna, a combination of stiff ash and energetic beech gives the ski a stable but pliable nature, and fiberglass laminates give it some added pop and stability. 4FRNT also incorporated a Semi-Cap ABS sidewall construction which offers up the dual benefits of a sidewall's durability and a cap's light weight, making the Madonna an all-mountain champion that's not afraid of the occasional spin in the park. 4FRNT also hooked it up with a slick sintered base and full-wrap metal edges for increased speed and durability, respectively.

  • Rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot
  • Semi-Cap construction with ABS sidewalls
  • Ash and beech core
  • Women-specific Contour Core
  • Fiberglass laminates
  • Sintered base
  • Full-wrap steel edges
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Madonnas for the very first time..

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I absolutely fell in love with this ski my first run I used them on. Instantly noticed how light and easy they were to turn even in the wet powder we had that day. Over all an amazing ski. 4FRNT never disappoints with design and function. I use these skis every day of the season. Great all mountain.

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  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

"I had volkl bridge before I switched to the 165 Madonna's. I am not one to notice a big difference in skis but I am amazed at how easy it is to turn with these skis. This is a light ski compared to volkl bridge. No matter what your level is, give the Madonnas a try, love them."

Angelic, in every situation.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I skied this skied all of 2015/16 and tested them against a number of other skis, this year. I'm on cloud nine with my pick, of these pretty sticks. They are truly a do-everything ski.

In the last months, I have had mixed-condition; some fresh, lovely powder, heavy crusty snow, and a bit of hard-pack. So, it has been a perfect early season, to test these. I am thrilled to report that this is a really responsive as well as approachable, all-mountain ski.

This ski is just really easy to control, all-around. I definitely noticed that I was staying forward, with little or no effort. That makes skiing easier in general. Turning in the bumps was super easy. I spent most of the day in the bumps, because it was so much fun. They turn amazing well, for an all mountain ski. All you have to do is put your edge down, and the ski will make a beautiful, turn, all on it's own.

I have gotten into some good, deep powder. These aren't a powder specific ski, but they did float well. I just floated past a lot of people that were knee deep in the fresh dump. It was easy to turn in the deep powder, as well. Angelica, for sure. Especially, for a ski that will kill in on a groomer.

What I really loved was how they felt in thin powder. I still felt like I was floating, even in areas where the powder wasn't very deep. This is awesome, because powder is scare for us, these days.

Also, they have been good touring. I am primarily in the resort of just off piste. If I spent more time in the backcountry here in the wasatch, I would go for a wider ski. We get deep snow, back there. But, if you are mostly in resort, or not in really deep snow when you tour, these are just fine. As for as skinning in these goes, I have been able to keep up, and haven't felt like they were tiring out my legs, even though there are lighter setups out there.

Pros:
*Women's specific contoured core put my body where it should be, over the center of the ski.
*Clean, easy turns on groomers.
*Good control in the bumps.
*Floats in powder.
*Looks pretty.
*Tours well.

Cons: Ain't got one, son..

Angelic, in every situation.