'The MSP, or Matt Sterbenz Pro Model, is typical of the new generation ski companies. It has killer graphics, is made by a company you're stoked to suport, and falls way to the soft-flexing end of the spectrum. The MSP's soft flex makes it easy to handle and light enough to be a true backcountry jib stick, but stronger skiers who wanted something to power through variable conditions, needed more ski than the MSP.'
'Steele Spence's new $frnt pro model is a park ski built with slopestyle riding in mind. Like its wider brother the MSP, the STL is soft and a little lifeless for the tastes of our bigger riders. But for those on the smaller side who are looking for a jib-only ski that's easy to support, you couldn;t ask for a better combo to represent than 4frnt and Steele. We'll just hope for a little more life out of this ski for next year'
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