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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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
If you’re trying to justify buying these… just buy em
if you want a playful ski that can charge this be the one Full rocker profile give it a super maneuverable platform that can pivot on a dime and float like a ski beyond its width class Being a stiff ski allows it to charge hard through the day old powder, bumps and big mountain lines. Smash the buy button before they’re sold out
Fantastic ski. Well made and well thought out. It blast through the trees like a boss, loves powder, and crushes groomers or can pull steezy turns, either way. Im 54 years old and have watched plenty of friends have the old mid life crisis. Hair transplant? Ditch your wife for a younger girl? Spray on tan and a new Camaro? Hair dye and a tummy tuck? **** no!! I decided to not be like my friends and just picked up a pair of Devaststors. Feeling this good doesn’t come in a pill, bottle, injection, or through divorce. The Devastator is old guy approved.
Best ski I’ve ever ridden
Hands down the best ski i have skied on. I’ve taken them on big mountain, technical terrain, cliffs, tight trees, moguls, and in the park. Most of the skiing i do is park or jumping off cliffs in natural terrain and this ski is absolutely perfect. If you like groomers i wouldn’t recommend (even though they are still fun to carve). Overall if you like park laps and cliffs in the same day i’d highly recommend.
It's fast, poppy and pretty much can handle anything under a 2-foot day.
My enthusiasm for these skis makes my friends uncomfortable
I picked up these skis a few months ago and have skied 10 or 11 days on them in nearly all west coast conditions ranging from 2+ feet of fresh powder to bulletproof ice and everything in between. Being that this is my first ski without some amount of camber, I wasn't sure what to expect, but by the 3rd day on these skis my skiing had been completely transformed. By day 4 I was in love. A few things I noticed: - I've always skied tight trees but now I ski them about 30% faster and can more easily put on the brakes when things get dicey - Skiing powder has always been my bread and butter, but with these skis there's a more surfy and playful feel that pushes the stoke level higher than ever before - These skis have levelled up my straight line game due to greater stability, control, and ability to slash the skis to the side for quick corrections or stops coming out of chutes at high speed - Little-to-no chatter ripping through chop at high speeds - Surprising amount of control on bulletproof ice simply by getting these skis on edge - Although I typically ski off-piste, these skis are nimble, fast, and playful on the corduroy as well - Have yet to catch an edge which is refreshing after countless pairs of cambered skis - Endless compliments from randos on the chairlift about the top sheet graphics Regardless of conditions, my friends have to listen to me rant and rave about how epic these skis in the lift line after every run. Seriously... it's making them uncomfortable.