4FRNT Turbo Skis
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4FRNT Turbo Skis

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Type: All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, Classic Camber coupled with Early Rise in the tips
Waist: 104mm
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood, Hi-Lite, poplar and beech
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: 4FRNT Turbo Skis

Just because our Identity Series skis don't have a pro's name on them doesn't mean our team doesn't ride them. The Identity Series takes proven shapes and designs and utilizes our highest quality cores and bases. Every ski in the Identity Series has been influenced by our team riders, so you know that they will stand the test of time. You can grab the Turbo, Aretha or Madonna on any day, anywhere in the world, knowing that you have the right ski on your feet for that day.

The Turbo is the evolution of the Vincent Dorion brain-child, the VCT. The Turbo is a true one quiver ski that utilizes Classic Camber coupled with Early Rise in the tip to give you confidence in variable off-trail conditions, but still have the stability at speeds on the corduroy.

Key Features of the 4FRNT Turbo Skis:
  • Sandwich Construction
  • Hi-Light Core
  • Sintered Base
  • Full-wrap Edge
  • Groomers: 8
  • Powder: 12
  • Park:7
  • Halfpipe: 4
  • All Mountain: 11
  • Dimension: 129x104x121 @ 175
  • Radius: 25.1m @ 175


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would these be okay in the park as well?
A shopper on Aug 22, 2014
Best Answer: Like the guy above said, if you're looking for a great all around ski that can handle the pow, this is the ski for you. Yes, can have a fun day in the park but, if that's your main squeeze you might find these to be a little heavy. Really great for going fast and handling all the terrain you can throw at them.
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Are these good skis for free skiing on powder?
Ryan D on Apr 27, 2014
Best Answer: Oh yeah. I think the 4FRNT Turbo Skis are great for skiing powder. The 104mm waist is super versatile. Not too fat, not too skinny. Great float but still will allow you to rock 'em on edge, ski bumps, blast through crud, or shred in the park. Coupld with the profile and early rise rocker you are set. This is a quiver of one ski. It can do it all. Plus, you know with 4FRNT you are getting a tough construction, designed and built by skiers, for skiers. Great passion and creativity out of those guys. You are gonna love the Turbos! Have fun out there!
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