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The MSP CC continues to be one of the most award winning women’s ski in the industry due to its incredibly versatile and intuitive feel. After the first turn you’ll feel like you finally found your long lost soulmate, because it’s perfectly calibrated for you, a woman! The CC refers to our Contour Core, a shift in the thickest and stiffest part of the core rearward to better match a women’s path of power transmission from the hips. This enables you to initiate the sidecut more quickly and pressure the shovel of the ski with much less effort, giving you more control and instilling a higher level of confidence. It’s versatile deep sidecut and light, lively feel is like autodrive; effortlessly popping you from turn to turn. The crisp and damp feeling on edge will have you carving down fresh groomers and powering through chop with an incredibly smooth ride. When it snows, you’ll enjoy the benefits of the versatile 99mm waist width and wide shovel with gradual tip rocker to keep you afloat in the fresh snow. Everything you put into this ski you will get right back and more, empowering you to conquer the entire mountain!
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These skis are AWESOME. Absolutely crush it in any condition. They are very stiff which was intimidating at first, but they absolutely rip on groomers and hard pack, plow through crud and are surprisingly nimble in the trees and bumps. These are now my go-to skis, completely reliable in any condition and carve like a race ski. Probably a bit too heavy for touring, but PERFECT for absolutely anything else. Thanks 4FRNT!
These are awesome skis! They love to go fast but can handle bumps and steeps and trees with ease. I use them for work as a ski patroller and they are a great every day workhorse. They also do well in powder with a bit of tip rocker. For an every day quiver of one resort ski they are my favorites!
MSP CC Construction
Ski Construction and Technology
We create a balanced composition of metal laminates, bonded to the top and bottom of the core, to increase torsional rigidity as metal cannot stretch in any direction resulting in extreme edge hold and dampness at speed. Titanal is not to be confused with Titanium, it is a treated, hardened T6 7075 Rolled Aluminum Alloy.
Eliminating deflection, delamination and fractures in the ski tip. These three issues have long plagued the durability of freeride skis due to the abrupt change in snow conditions and tip slap on impact from catching air. The bordering material in a ski tip that joins the core end is most commonly comprised of hard, non-elastic polymers. We began experimentation in our White Room using different grades of Neoprene to withstand the shearing impacts and provide absorption for change in conditions. The result is a dampened feel that calms the ski feel and increases the durability.
A complex insert which adjoins the core end and runs out to the tail edge perimeter. Full wrap metal edge skis often stood on their tail end have a tendency to delaminate, due the weak joint bearing the skis weight between metal, rubber and fiberglass. A tail block eliminates the sensitive joint between laminates and edge and allows for non-invasive customization for skin tail clips if so desired.
The most commonly used species of wood for ski cores is Poplar. We vertically laminate the Poplar beams to create a smooth, even flexing ski. To increase the torsional strength in comparison to Paulownia or Aspen, we use Titanal laminates top and bottom to create a smooth flexing yet razor sharp edge feel.
Semi Cap ABS Sidewall>
Similar to how you construct a sandwich, layers of premium raw material pile high into a 3D cavity that secures the shape outline with an ABS sidewall over edge. The semi cap design provides longevity and durability of the top sheet edge by stepping down from the square edge of the sidewall leaving a smooth 360 degree round-contoured edge perimeter. The exposed sidewall protects the core from moisture while also dampening vibrations.
Our premium ski base, also known in the industry as a “race base” because it integrates carbon to further strengthen its gliding properties. At 1.3mm this fast, freely gliding and tough carbon base is much more durable than other base material and matches perfectly with our 2mm edge material. The sintering process occurs prior to extrusion, where the the carbon and plastic enter into an extruder in pellet form, therefore individually contributing its own dense properties to the final product.
MSP CC Geometry
|LENGTH||159 cm||165 cm||171 cm|
|DIMENSIONS||132-99-121 mm||132-99-121 mm||133-99-121 mm|
|TURN RADIUS||15 m||16 m||17 m|
|EFFECTIVE EDGE||1345 mm||1383 mm||1443 mm|
|TAIL TO WAIST||706 mm||728 mm||757 mm|
|MOUNT POINT FROM TAIL||721 mm||745 mm||777 mm|
|TIP HEIGHT||48 mm||50 mm||53 mm|
|TIP ROCKER HEIGHT||6.39 mm||6.78 mm||7.47 mm|
|TIP LENGTH||254 mm||270 mm||276 mm|
|TAIL HEIGHT||9 mm||10 mm||11 mm|
|TAIL ROCKER HEIGHT||1.78 mm||1.95 mm||2.04 mm|
|TAIL LENGTH||185 mm||190 mm||197 mm|
|CAMBER HEIGHT||5 mm||5 mm||5 mm|
|RUNNING SURFACE||1151 mm||1190 mm||1238 mm|
MSP CC Awards
2017 Freeskier Editors Pick
2017 Freeskier Editors Pick Award
2019 Ski Magazine Best In Test
2019 Ski Magazine Best In Test Award