Characteristics:Floaty, Stable, Maneuverable

Newschoolers' Review:

The Bent Chetler is an icon of a ski. They're extremely surfy, float great and are very playful offering infinite buttery fun! They carve well, but they do chatter a lot compared to other skis in the same bracket (ON3P Jeffrey 116, Volkl Bash 116 etc) and they are also noticeably heavier than the Magnum Opus and Candide 4s that they compete directly with. For fun on snow, they are one of the best powder skis out, but for charging or for in air activities, I'd say there are now better options in the jibby bracket. -Twig

Member Review:

I rode these everywhere on the mountain in Tahoe. They handled 2ft powder perfectly with effortless float, and actually performed really well on groomers for a rockered, wide powder ski. I wouldn't hesitate to pick these up, as they were durable and an overall really fun ride all over. -Swandog7

Manufacturer's Description:

How does a legend live on? One way: offspring. That’s why the Bent Chetler family is getting bigger. With two new shapes, skiers can ride Bent Chetler from grom to grown-up.

You know dad – the 120. The visionary ski that sparked it all. It flies, it butters, it slashes and it carves new lines where none were before. With the wisdom of a mountain veteran and the speed and power of a well-oiled machine, the 120 brings float and fun on the deepest days.

This is the family, and they call the mountains home.

Sizes: 176, 184, 192

Dimensions: 143 / 120 / 134

Raidus: 19 @184cm