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The MSP has been in 4FRNT's lineup from day one. Where have YOU been?

The MSP is 4FRNT founder Matt Sterbenz's signature model, and it just keeps getting better every year. From the park and pipe to the steep and deep, the MSP kills it with stiff, solid construction and a finely-tuned all-mountain profile. The new dual-radius sidecut takes the MSP from a true twin to a slightly directional shape, starting off tighter for easier turn initiation on hardpack and tapering aft to kill the squirrely nature most park skis show at speed. 4FRNT's full-length MEGA wood core gives the MSP smooth, energetic flex and plenty of pop for Whistler B.C. step-ups, while the mid-fat waist underfoot provides float in the light stuff and busts crud. This 4FRNT ski's burly wood core construction, ABS sidewalls and over-sized wrapped edges endure seasons of gnarly abuse without running home to momma.

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Would these be good for a kid that skis...

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Would these be good for a kid that skis the east and is coming off a pair of 06 Public Enemy's and wants to move to an independent ski company?

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Well considering you are most likely a park skier...the logical answer would be the 4FRNT TNK since it is really the only park ski that backcountry has in stock.

4 5

4FRNT Skis MSP Alpine Ski

The 4FRNT MSP is a pretty good all mtn ski. Works well in crud and will hold an edge on the groomers. I normally ski fatter sticks but these are fun. These skis can do it all but would pick something wider for the deep days.

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How are these in the park?

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How are these in the park?

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4FRNT MSP or Line Prophet 90 I...

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4FRNT MSP or Line Prophet 90 I am a advanced skier im am 16 right now i am demoing the 4FRNT MSP at Silver Mountain it's next years model but i am debating wiether to go with the ski i really enjoy or the Line Prophet. OHH yeah i am from the West Coast. I ski 70% all mountain 10% Backcountry and 20% Park and i am having a shiit load of fun on the blacks and double blacks wit these skis

4 5

My Go-to allrounder

I have the 07/08 MSPs in 181 and have just got back from destroying them in Utah for a couple of weeks. With a waist of 92mm they are never going to be great in deep powder but I have to say they are fantastic in just about every other condition. They inspire confidence with their grip on the hardpack, deal with sheet-ice faultlessly, surf through ankle deep fluff. OK, in the deep of Powder Mountain they were not quite upto it - or was that me ? There is no such thing as a one-ski quiver but these do a pretty good impression of one.

4 5

Great FOR agressive female free riders

This ski works great for an all mountain ski for a woman. My gurly friend took it out and loved it in all conditions.

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4FRNT MSP vs High Society FR?I'm 5'8" and...

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4FRNT MSP vs High Society FR?I'm 5'8" and looking at both skis in a 171. Looking for a highly responsive edge2edge ski that is light and great on both steeps and bumps.

4 5

all-mtn weapon

The MSP is 4frnt's signature all-mtn killer. that semi-wide 92 waist allows for some float, even in minimal snow accumulation. I rode this ski yesterday at Snowbird, and it powered through crud, and destroyed everything. The sidecut to it allows for some easy carving if you find yourself on the groomers. All in all- you can take this ski all over the mtn and not feel out of place.

5 5

Kills all mountain

Love this ski! Got this season's and will get the new ones next season. Pretty sick ski that can do it all!!!!

5 5

Ski it everyday!

These skis excel in so many conditions. They are fantastic in the crud and firm conditions. They have a low spin weight and are real easy to get around on. The ski gets up, however only when you want it to. It won't pop for you. In the moguls the MSP is super nimble for a ski of it's width. The flex is moderate and well balanced. The tapered tail is SO much fun in the powder, allowing you to make pin-point turns from the back seat with excellent control. The only place the ski faults, in my opinion, is at very high speeds on the groomer. The MSP is a great ski for the East coast tree skier and all mountain ripper. For the Western skier the MSP is great for any day where there's not over 10 inches of fresh. Highly recommended.

I'm an advanced-intermediate skier (fine...

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I'm an advanced-intermediate skier (fine on blues, blacks aren't as pretty). 5'11 and 150 lbs. I'm gonna be living in VT (Jay's Peak/Stowe/ice) and wanna know if the MSP in a 171 would be right for me?

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The msp in my opinion is the BEST ski for hard snow conditions you can buy for in a twintip. you could get by with 171's--but i would go 181 for 2reasons they are fatter so they will give you better powder performance also as you get better you will want a longer ski. they are pretty stiff but you sould still be able to handle the 181'sAdd: i really think you dont need skis this fat for skiing in the north east. a good pow day is so rare that you'll get better performance on hardpack/ice with something a little smaller that can handle pow, these would be better out west i think. they would work well when the conditions are right, but the conditions are hardly even right

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All-Mountain Slayer

Love this skis stability. Definitely not a ski for someone who sticks to the green circles. If you get after it, and need something that can do it all, you'll love the MSP.