For the past two seasons we have been hard at work re-engineering the MSP 99 in order to take our most award winning ski to new heights! In its first season, Ski Magazine and Outside Magazine have already awarded the re-engineered 99 as ‘Best Of’ in the All Mountain category. We took the 99’s award winning DNA, updated the core composition and fine tuned the skis performance for quicker turn initiation and even more energy. These improvements inspire you to elevate your skills, giving you even more confidence in any sort of condition.
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MSP 99 Awards
MSP 99 Geometry
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Love the look and the weight of them i really hope they perform as good as they look and say. so far i like the company i saw them at the boston ski expo. being a smaller company really intrigued me. Had a problem when ordering them they were snappy with responses and helpful information and suggestions. haven’t been able to use them yet but really cant wait the snow to fall!
Super intuitive ski, has great float. Skis well slow, fast, and everywhere in between. Beautiful top sheets are always a bonus.
Never skied better!
I came of age skiing in NM; Taos, SantaFe, Los Alamos. Got tired of working so hard on long racing skis and essentially stopped. Got “modern” skis in 2005, which were vastly better, but not enough to entice more than a few ski days a season. MSP 99s have changed all that! I’m 61 and never been as confident on all terrain, especially off-piste (crud in the old days). I was pleasantly surprised how much easier it is when you stay atop the snow and can turn almost at will in steep trees. Plus, I don’t feel I gave up any stability; groomers are more fun than ever, holding nice carved esses as tight or long as I want. I’m so glad I tried 4FRNT!
amazing all-mountain skis!
MSP 99 - 176 (5 stars)
Skier: 5’10 170 Skill: progressing advanced Location: Upper Midwest Ski: MSP 99 176 length I’ve got ~10 days on these since purchasing (blem sale). Typical Midwest variety of conditions: spring-like slush, ice, light/medium powder, and plenty of groomers. Indeed a super intuitive ski, and not in a boring way! I was confident pushing it hard after one run. It does like to be pushed and can reward you for doing so, but not unforgiving or terribly demanding. It eats up what you throw at it and would be a good one ski quiver for a lot of people. Here in the Midwest, I’d be very interested in the 91 if I didn’t already have a narrower ski. If you are looking for something a bit on the hard charging/carving side of the All-mountain spectrum- I enthusiastically recommend. While it’s not designed to be the most nimble ski, I find it to be plenty serviceable if I want to take it in the bumps/trees etc. Ski came in great shape from 4front. Mounted as recommended