This classic, surfy pow ski now comes in at an almost silly reduced weight of 1800g... and it's actually a bit stiffer than its predecessor thanks to the lightweight materials used. But ultimately this is still a super fun ski and nowhere near as stiff as lightweight stablemate the Armada Whitewalker. As a result, it's a better pow performer, in fact, it's arguably the best of the freestyle powder boards out there, but it does fall short of the WW and others on the versatility front. They go sideways like a dream, they're poppy and playful but they aren't that great for charging. - @Twig
Sizes: 176, 184, 192
Dimensions: 143 - 120 - 134 @ 184
Radius: 18, 19, 20
Weight: 1800g @184
One of the most award-winning skis to ever grace the mountain, the Bent Chetler 120 is Chris Benchetler’s signature ski and the big brother of the Bent family. This pillow-bashing, powder-slashing machine features topsheet and base art by the man himself. With construction and shaping designed and refined by Chris Benchetler since 2008, the latest iteration redefines what’s possible in big mountain terrain. Dura Cap Sidewall construction combined with revolutionary HRZN Tech offers more surface area in the tip and tail for better tracking through chop and crud with less tip deflection. The Light Woodcore shaves weight while the Carbon Backbone adds strength and stiffness. The Powder Rocker profile offers the perfect amount of tip and tail turn-up, and camber underfoot delivers epic performance through deep turns, side hits, and nose butters.
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