Item # 8972ffcrj13zz-4frnt-skis


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Type: Powder, All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip, Directional Twin
Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
Rocker Type: Hybrid, Early Rise
Waist: 112mm
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood, 4FRNT Hi-Lite Core, Poplar/Beech
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: 4FRNT CRJ Skis

If you're familiar with professional skier CR Johnson, then you'll know where these skis are coming from. With heavy influence of the hardcore freeskiing genius, the 4FRNT CRJ Skis are your magical weapon against the backcountry turmoils and tribulations. The camber under foot allows for epic contact and control, while the raised rocker tips and tail give it that ultimate riding experience in the powder. Through trees, powder, or chutes, this all mountain machine is meant to give you the best contact points in the moments that count.

Key Features of 4FRNT CRJ Skis:
  • Sandwich Construction
  • Hi-Lite Core
  • Sintered Base
  • Full-wrap Edge
  • Groomers: 7
  • Powder: 12
  • Park: 4
  • Halfpipe: 3
  • All Mountain: 12
  • Dimension: 122x112x120 @ 172
  • Radius: 26m @ 172


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Awesome pair of skis.
Nebabie K on Dec 16, 2013
Hey - wondering how this handles on hard pack snow. Looks like more of a powder ski - does it do OK on the groomers?
Alpy Skier on Apr 22, 2014
Best Answer: The 4FRNT CRJs are an awesome pair of skis. Yes they have a wide body but their profile makes them incredibly versatile. The boys from 4FRNT design skis for specific purposes, yes, but they know that snow is ever changing. The CRJs crush pow but also perform incredibly well(really fun) on hardpack, through crud are going to love them! Have fun!
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