Pros: Floaty , Poppy, All Mountain, tight turning, Crud Pusher, Forgiving
Cons: No cons in these conditions
This is easily a 10 inch day with drifting light snow, the runs are essentially like cat skiing, called "The Road Runs", off trail at my home resort, and then hitch back to the base. 8-10 solid runs untracked, so the best review I could give this ski, since the conditions were absolutely ideal for most skis is to compare it to the Armada JJ in pow on these particular days, because I had the JJ out the day before in essentially the same type of conditions. The JJ was super floaty and swivelly , not much bad to say about a ski that can save your life in tight trees and vertical. The 4Frnt when you gave to it, or pushed that ski, and applied some technique and knee power, that Turbo would give back with a kick and rebound into the next set of turns, so essentially more pop than the JJ IMO. Also at that time I didn't realize the 4Frnt had an early rise tip, for me the tip and tail on this ski , besides the wood and craftsmanship is why it's my top choice so far. Anyway I scored new Turbos for this season for all mountain and the JJ purchase is on the back burner until the 40 inch dumps. Oh Credit must be given to Ecolounge in Boise Idaho, where I got my demos.