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If there are backcountry booters, cliff drops, and pow lines on the menu, the 4FRNT YLE Ski is the utensil you want to stuff yourself silly. It's the signature plank of backcountry freestyle boss Wiley Miller, so it's no surprise that it comes with a stomp-happy 119 mm waist, a near-center mounting point for silky smooth spinning, and a fully symmetrical twin-tip design for almost-too-easy switch riding. It's the ski Wiley rode to glory in the X Games Real Ski Backcountry contest, so it's sickness shouldn't be surprising, but we bet you'll still be blown away by the combination of rockered tips and tails and camber underfoot, which lets you slash loose turns and gives you the versatility to make whatever sort of turn you want without sacrificing all your edge grip. The YLE isn't meant to be light as a feather, but the wood core, fiberglass laminates, and semi-cap construction keep it super poppy and playful without unnecessary ounces, so you'll be boosting, slashing, and buttering on a whole different level.

  • Camber underfoot with a rockered tip and tail
  • Wood core with fiberglass laminates
  • Semi-cap construction
  • True twin tip
  • Traditional contact points
  • Symmetrical design

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Hi everyone. Im kind a new on this app. My name is Seb. I am ski instructor in Canada. I wonder which big ski i will bought this spring for next year. I can have a salomon rocker 2 115 178 for 400 or a 4frnt YLE 177 for 460 or even a rossignol super7. Im not sure wich kind of binding i will put on them. I think probably a touring binding next year. I am a agressive skier who like to drop cliff, jump, shred some powder and do fast line. I have presently a rossignol experience 88for my trainning with the snow school. And a pair of 4FRNT Cody(123-98-117) that i use for my everyday riding, they are pretty damage but they are good in a lot of different condition. By the way i am 5'8 145 pounds. Do you think i need to go over 180cm ski?

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If it ain't broke...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

4frnt hit this one out of the park. This is my 2nd pair, and I ain't looking back as long as they don't change them. As a former park rat who got curious and started venturing out of bounds, these suit my purposes perfectly. FYI: I ride the 187, mounted at 2 behind center, and am 6' and 175 lbs.

Swing weight is balanced, though the ski is far from lightweight. The profile is fully symmetrical, and the low/long rocker is better suited for the technically sound skier. The flex is definitely on the stiffer side, so you can charge and stomp with some real authority. That being said, you'd better be a strong skier, or you'll get taken for a wild ride.

I do the bulk of my skiing in the Vail backcountry with these, and it's where they really shine...deep and blower. Big multi-stage cliffs and pillow lines aren't that scary when I'm clicked into the YLE. Inbounds, they hold up exceptionally well, and hold an edge in all but the most boilerplate conditions. You can slam them into soft bumps and power through chop at high speeds, and they won't flinch.

Spinning and buttering is quite straightforward, as you'd expect from essentially an oversized park ski. The switch performance is unmatched, compared to anything else in this size range I've been on.

So, yeah...if you're a jibby skier who ventures out the gates, look no further. I also give my ringing endorsement to 4frnt as a company. In a landscape where most brands cater their designs to mediocre skiers with poor technique, 4frnt builds their skis with the top 1% in mind.

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Y U no buy YLE yet?

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I'm just another reviewer with a painful jaw that has yet to stop dropping. Read what everyone else says. YLE's are rad.
I'm picky. I hate most ski companies. I dislike most pro models too. But this ski is exceptional.
It's like scotch. Smooth and tasteful, yet bold and teeth-gritting. It's stiff when you need it to be, but it butters on both tip and tail like a park ski. It doesn't feel 118mm underfoot. It's really weird.
Don't try and screw around with all the big brands and their expensive models that they discontinue every three years.
The only other ski like this that (I think) is comparable is the Liberty Origin. I love Liberty to the ends of the earth, and both the YLE and Origin do wonderful things to those who enjoy the good ol' snow-capped hills.
Buy it. Please. I don't even work for 4FRNT.

is it any different form last years ski

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Talked with my friend who presses skis over there. He said he has not heard of the ski changing at all. He is going to check with the designer on Friday but, hes sure its the same ski just a different graphic.

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It is the same ski as last year and just as fun as always! I love this ski. Killer backcountry freestyle shred. Plus the bases are bad ass!