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4FRNT Skis Turbo Ski Reviews

drbumps

4Frnt Turbo on a 6-10" Pow Day

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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,...
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ctasset

4FRNT VCT Turbo = excellent daily western ski!

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Pros: Stable at speed, float fresh pow, bust through crud

Cons: Lack strong edge hold on groomers, take some getting used to

I am having an absolute blast this season with my Turbos! Coming from an 80mm underfoot to the 108mm 189's took some getting used to, but I am extremely satisfied. This ski can really do it all and be effective in most any terrain. I have taken them out 7 times now in varied conditions.   Things to note about the ski off hand. They have early rise tips and tail that are pretty soft. The rise is not rockered like many powder skis. This seems to help when on groomers and keep the tip chatter down. I also have them detuned with could play into the review.   Early season groomer, icy - Of course not where this ski is going to shine but on the same note, I never really felt...
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