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Featured Preview by00000000onAug 18, 2014 @ 4:05 PM
Seeking an all mountain tool that can charge just as hard on powder days as it can on hard pack? Welcome to the era of the Devastator. Quick pivoting, matching camber and sidecut radius (Reflect TechTM), and a stiff flex makes this a charger as well a finesse weapon for any condition. The Devastator also has a sister: The Aretha, a women's specific ski with the same dimensions and Reflect TechTM as the Devastator.
All Mountain 10
Too be honest, Its really hard to find words to describe how killer these skis are (Probably because its 1am, and I'm stoned). 4FRNT absolutely killed it on the design, Absolutely perfect dimensions for the type of skiing you will be doing with these. Plenty of width underfoot with the help of an awesome rocker profile to keep you afloat on just about any type of snow condition. A stiff, yet playful flex that makes charging on these things just as fun as buttering the tips and tails on every sort of mound or knoll in sight.
Taking these things through the park was actually really fun, too be honest. The swing weight might be a bit heavier than your average park ski, but with the right amount of leg strength, you can make a ski do just about anything you want. Sending massive park booters are a blast on these things. Very poppy ski that holds up nice on jump landings no matter how shitty they are.
I haven't skied many other products besides these and a handful of other park/pow skis, but these have to be one of the best do-it-all daily drivers out right now. The perfect ski made for skiers that need something to slay in any sort element. 11/10 on the rating scale.