New for this season, we’re pulling back the curtain on the re-engineered MSP CC. We took direct feedback from the women on our skis and updated the CC to create more energy and quicker turn initiation. These new characteristics open up this ski to a wider variety of skier types and make it even more capable conquering any type of snow. In its first year, both Outside Magazine and Ski Magazine have already awarded this new ski ‘Best Of’ the all mountain category! The MSP CC has been fine tuned to provide more control and inspire an even higher level of confidence while skiing around the resort.
Graphic by Simon Prades.
MSP CC Awards
MSP CC Geometry
Best Purchase Ever!
Skis look and feel amazing. Can't wait for the full season to put them through the gauntlet
I feel like a kid on these
I was one of those tree-trail’ing, side-jumping, wannabe ski racers in the 90s. But life took me away from skiing, my gear got sold, and when I wanted to get back into skiing I couldn’t find skis I liked. I demo’ed for YEARS, and every ski I tried felt chattery, heavy, mounted too far forward, etc. Then I found the MSPs. I planned a trip to demo them, and immediately fell in love from the first run. It was like I was back on my 90s Heads, totally comfortable going anywhere and doing anything. Powder? Totally. Trees? Yep. Moguls? Turn on a dime. The only change I’d make? I wish the CCs came in slightly longer lengths. I’m 5’8” and 160lbs, and the 171s are maybe a little short, but the MSP 99s in a 176 are a hair too long.
I am a lift mechanic in Utah and I needed a pair of skis that would take me from groomers to pow, trees to hard to access towers, and everything in between. These really do it all! They’ve seen a lot of use (usually 5-6 days of skiing a week) and I couldn’t have asked for a better daily driver. Plus I love the graphics!
Favorite new ski
Bought these for my wife recently. Just tried them out for a week in the French Alps. She says these skis can handle anything. Skied 6 hard charging days and these skis were great in powder, crud and ice. Handled on and off the runs. She says these are her new favorite skis.
Best all mountain ski on the market
If you are looking for a ski that can hold its own in anything from groomers to fresh powder and chop, look no further. This ski was initially bought to bring out on the fresh snow days and use the old old skinny skis for days in between. After seeing how these perform, even when it hasn't snow in awhile, the old skis are now relegated to early season rock skis and these are the new daily drivers.