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With its twin-tip design and traditional-camber profile, the 4FRNT MSP Ski is your passport to all-mountain dominance. A stable yet nimble underfoot lets you harvest open bowls the morning after a storm, hunt down the remaining powder stashes before lunch, and then lap the park all afternoon.

  • Sandwich construction creates stable edge grip at high speeds
  • Traditional camber provides a lively feel from tip-to-tail and supreme edge-hold on hardpack
  • A dual radius sidecut lays out wide maching turns when you tip it on edge at a shallow angle, and blisteringly-fast small-radius turns when its tipped over even further
  • MEGAblock wood core that gives this ski forgiving yet powerful personality
  • Dampening System uses laminated elastometric rubber foil for an extra smooth ride
  • 360 fully wrapped edges added durability for season after season of abuse
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    This is a fantastic ski if you're looking for an everyday ski to nom groomers, crud, and a bit of pow. I wouldn't take this ski up on a real deep day, but for everything else its wonderful. This ski is stiff. More so than the Line Prophet 100's and traditional camber gives you wonderful control at speed. However, when you want to duck off into the park and take a few laps there, its surprisingly poppy and a lot of fun.

    Fantastic Ski

      This is the ultimate hard snow oriented all mountain / freestyle ski. I'm 6' 150lb and I ride the 182. The MSP is stiff and has traditional camber so it has awesome edge grip, it likes going fast and is extremely stable at high speeds. It will also cut through chopped up snow as if there wasn't anything there. It's a pretty light weight ski as well, so pretty good for going off jumps and spinning. Definitely not the best in powder, but if there are a few inches and the MSP is all you have to ski on, you'll have fun.

      Hard charger

        The MSP is my frontside ski of choice. I've been riding an MSP for the past 3 years and couldn't be happier on the no-snow days. The skis are stiff and pretty damp and absolutely rail on the groomers. They're also a lof of fun in the bumps since they're "skinny" by today's standards. I generally don't take them out when there's much snow, but they're fine in a few inches.

        I'm looking at the Dynafit TLT Vertical...

        I'm looking at the Dynafit TLT Vertical ST 92mm and I'm wondering if they will fit or not. The skis are 96 at the waist.