Coming off an incredibly successful season, the Hoji returns more hungry for powder than ever before. Equipped with our multi-radius rocker profile, you get the best balance of powder performance and firm snow versatility. By slightly reducing the curvature of the rocker underfoot, we increased the effective edge to improve its capabilities in variable snow. At the same time we adjusted the tip and tail height to ensure you float with ease. Its stable yet energetic Aspen/Maple core makes for more pop and power than anything you’ve skied before at a weight that’s just as comfortable on the up as it is down. Whether you’re breaking trail on the skin track, picking your way through technical chutes, or slashing deep turns, you can count on the Hoji to step up to the challenge.
Available with our groundbreaking 4-Lock Skin Integration System!
Graphic by Maciej Kamuda.
When stability and energy are a must and weight is a factor, we add pre stretched carbon fiber stringers to the core. Far superior to the flex and pop of traditional fiberglass, carbon fiber gives you the liveliness you want at a weight that keeps your skis feeling light on your feet. These
2022 Hoji 184
They look great, shipped very fast, can’t wait for it to snow.
Got these to add to my 4Frnt line up. First they are light, always a plus. Second, less for actual skiing nice graphics. Third, the good- put snow under them and they just love to turn. Put lots of snow under them and they are fun. Skied some really hard packed snow and again nice consistent turns. No problem if it’s steep, they hold well and turn when you need them too. What they are not, they are not your everyday ski. Look for a Raven or to the MSP, got them too. But for a powder ski, Hoji hit a home run, or because he’s Canadian a hat trick!
I have been searching for this ski forever! 48 years old and the Hoji has me skiing like I am 25. The best soft snow ski I have ever been on!
Hojis are a great powder ski
The 2021/22 Hojis are a great powder ski with a beautiful graphic. I have them as a touring setup with shift bindings. They have done well touring and I have only slipped on very steep tracks that should really have been tracked not as steep. I have also used them in the resort. You can charge with them in powder and soft snow. On hardpack they perform ok. My resort powder skis are the Moment Deathwish which also perform very well in powder; however, the Deathwish also performs exceptionally well on hardpack for being such a fat ski. If you are deciding between the two for a pure powder ski, I would honestly go with whichever has the better graphic or which one you can get cheaper. If you plan to use the ski on hardpack or even occasionally icy runs, I would definitely choose the Deathwish. I would say the deathwish could even be a one ski quiver if you ski a lot of pow.
Do yourself a favour and just order a pr of these skis … they are … no question on of the best skis for powder and crushed up powder I have ever skied … solid, playful , they do it all … sooooo impressed !!!!