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The name says it all. The Devastator has become a highlight in the 4FRNT family because of its uncanny ability to destroy terrain on sight. Its award winning multi-radius rocker profile empowers you to surf powder effortlessly and pivot on a dime to navigate tight terrain. This modern freeride shape allows the sidecut geometry to work in unison with the pre-bent rocker shape, giving you the performance of camber on firmer snow. Combo this with ample pop, comfortable swing weight, and unwavering stability and you have a freeride weapon that never sacrifices performance, no matter the conditions or terrain.

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Length: 172 cm
Dimensions 137-108-131 mm
Weight 1780 gr
Sidecut Radius 17.5 m
Effective Edge 1390 mm
Mount Point From Tail 810 mm
Tip Height 64 mm
Tail Height 53 mm
Camber Multi-Radius
Length: 179 cm
Dimensions 137-108-131 mm
Weight 1914 gr
Sidecut Radius 19 m
Effective Edge 1450 mm
Mount Point From Tail 845 mm
Tip Height 64.6 mm
Tail Height 55 mm
Camber Multi-Radius
Length: 186 cm
Dimensions 137-108-131 mm
Weight 1997 gr
Sidecut Radius 21 m
Effective Edge 1530 mm
Mount Point From Tail 880 mm
Tip Height 65 mm
Tail Height 56 mm
Camber Multi-Radius
Length: 194 cm
Dimensions 137-108-131 mm
Weight 2100 gr
Sidecut Radius 21.5 m
Effective Edge 1600 mm
Mount Point From Tail 915 mm
Tip Height 68 mm
Tail Height 63 mm
Camber Multi-Radius

Construction Features

1 Aspen Maple Core

Aspen Maple Core

Made from the highest quality Aspen and Maple Canada has to offer, these cores are loaded with unwavering energy and pop. These pure hardwood cores don’t just guarantee a smooth damp ride, but also provide long lasting durability and incredible binding retention.

2 Carbon Fiber

Carbon Fiber

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

3 Neotip


After experimenting for years in the Whiteroom, we discovered that the addition of a Neoprene insert in the tip of the ski drastically reduced chatter, increased overall damping, and helped eliminate frustrating tip delamination.

4 UHMW Sidewalls

UHMW Sidewalls

A incredibly resilient and durable polyethylene sidewall material that absorbs vibrations from firm snow and big impacts. The polyethylene characteristics of the Ultra High Molecular Weight actually diverts impact energy and disperses it rather than cracking like standard sidewalls.

5 Sintered Base

Sintered Base

This premium base material is known in the ski industry as ‘Race Base’ because it is fast AF! Integrated with carbon to further strengthen its gliding properties these 1.4 mm base are tough as can be, to ensure you go fast season after season.

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Carlos D.
Argentina Argentina

everything I expected, and much more

Great in powder , very nice on the sloops, impeccable for turns in all conditions. a fearsome piece of artillery!!! Hope you enjoy as myself!!

Robert W.
United States United States


Great ski turns are easy

Matthew G.
Canada Canada

New faves?

I thought my Renegades would sit atop the list of favorite skis forever but we have a new contender. Just 2 days patrolling in variable spring conditions but these things rip! They don't give anything up on the hardpack but just come alive in the woods/steeps/bumps! Super nimble and responsive and forgiving. A really intuitive ride. Carve, slarve, or jump... Devs make it all easy! Stoked for the next day on them!

Rowan M.
United States United States

Light and snappy

I ended up putting a set of Shifts on these and I’ve been loving them. The charge in resort and are on the lighter side making touring very doable. Great combo for someone who likes to jump of of things and get out in the back country.

Mr. Brisket
United States United States


Coming from the 2018 Devastator in 184 up to the 2023/24 194 length. I'm a big dude, 6'2/xxl. In retrospect I should have skied the longer 194's back in 2018 but was thrown off by the reported weight back then - so was excited to see the longer length available this season. I now have 8 days on my 194's in snow ranging from firm and crusty to 15" of fresh. My takes: 1. For reference, the weight between the earlier model 184's and this year's 194's are similar despite the longer length. Stability is the same in mixed snow remains a strength despite the lower weight. vs. length. Concerned about not "crud crushing" and the end of the day? Don't be. This is still a very stable platform and rolls through variable at speed just fine. 2. Much better firm snow/ice conditions. Common sense states that the longer length would help here, and yes, that's probably part of equation. However, the shape change from prior is noticeable and better in harder and icy conditions with a longer sweet spot vs. the prior design that hooks up nicely into nice and effortless long GS turns. Prior version were a bit squirrely unless on edge, newer version is much more stable when traversing back to lifts on catwalks, ECT and translates into much better firm snow response when at speed. 3. They really come alive in any loose or new snow. Even a groomer with 1" of snow they go from a stable GS-like ski to a quicker confidence inspiring platform. The more fresh you throw at these, the quicker and more stable these become and where they really start to shine. They rip though moguls and trees better than most narrower skis I've been on. 4. Almost the perfect resort ski for a big dude. Per all the reasons above, I wouldn't think twice about the 194's if having trouble deciding to size up or not. They ski at or just short of length and nearly the perfect all mountain platform. Glad I pulled the trigger and went up!