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Bent Chetler 120 Ski

We all know the real reason you're calling in sick this winter—you're the proud owner of a pair of Bent Chetler 120s, ruler of bottomless days and the steepest, most pristine lines on the mountain. Their burly 120mm waist demonstrates a penchant for deep snow, and the generously rockered profile with a touch of underfoot camber delivers a surfy, playful personality. Its powder prowess is further enhanced by boat hull-shaped Horizon Tech that helps you break your edge free and make quick pivoting turns. Toss in a lightweight and responsive construction and you have a freeride powder ski that offers outrageous amounts of control, pop, and power to encourage hard-charging and creative riding alike.

  • A dedicated powder ski for freestyle, off-trail exploring
  • 120mm waist is wide enough to float through even the deepest snow
  • Blend of rocker and camber provides ample float and edge hold
  • Moderate turn radius is stable at speed and nimble when needed
  • Lightweight wood core creates a responsive and powerful platform
  • Carbon backbone adds pop and stiffness along the length of the ski
  • HRZN Tech Tip helps you break your edges free in deep powder
  • High quality sintered base easily skips across flat areas
  • Item #ATOK1A9

176cm, 184cm, 192cm
[176cm] 142 / 120 / 133mm, [184cm] 143 / 120 / 134mm, [192cm] 144 / 120 / 135mm
Turn Radius
[176cm] 18m, [184cm] 19m, [192cm] 20m
poplar wood
Carbon Backbone
Claimed Weight
[184cm, pair] 7lb 15oz
Recommended Use
freeride/powder skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Awesome shredders!

I've put it through the wringer
True to size
Size Bought
6` 00"
165 lbs

I have the bentchetler from two season ago. They are such a ripping ski! I started with them being my inbounds set up and thought they would be better to graduate to bigger lines. They rip in the pow whether your going 2 or 200mph. Really good on wind buff and slushy sloppy days. Ice however is not their strong suite, but i dont think there is a ski120 under foot that is. Im 6' and ride the 185, though longer would be great as well. Ive absolutely destroyed these things 100+ days/ season on them and they are still out there ripping around.

>Rating: 5

For almost anything...

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
6` 0"
175 lbs

My season where I live hasn't really started yet but I have put them to use on an indoor slope, I couldn't be happier with how versatile they are as even on hard pack man made indoor snow they carved like no other powder ski I've seen. Reasonably flexible ski but the snap really saved me from landing too backseat a few times and if you center mount them switch skiing is a breeze. Even thought they are pretty wide I still haven't lost an edge on turns. I believe as long as you are a strong skier you should have no problem with these doing anything. Had a great time at faster speeds and they really didn't chatter much, these skis are not for new skiers, skiers that maybe lighter or less aggressive skiers. They are definitely meant for powder junkies and hard chargers. If you consider yourself an advance skier looking to try new terrain these are perfect as they still feel like a camber ski but have the abilities of a rocker ski with the huge early rise tips and tails. I would suggest the 176 if your looking to use it for a variety of terrain or if you intend to center mount them, otherwise I'd say go longer. It also helps they are basically a work of art.

>Rating: 5

Bent Chetttttttyyyyy

I've put it through the wringer

You already know. Float like a butterfly sting like a bee. Are these touring skis? Sure. Are they monsters in open bowls, tight chutes, cliff drops, and smoozy side hits, you betcha. If you don't have a pair yet, stop what you are doing and get in there.


I’m 5,9.5” (that 1/2 inch means a lot to me), looking to get a pair. Fairly strong skier. I would say advanced intermediate to lower advanced if that makes sense. Looking for a ski when things get deep. 176 or 184 for this ski?