MSP 107

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The MSP 107 expands your capabilities beyond the groomers into deeper and steeper terrain. The all encompassing 107mm waist enables you to explore both groomed and ungroomed terrain, making it an easy choice for any condition at the hill. Equipped with our signature titanal laminate construction, the 107’s damp feel empowers you to ski hard and fast through rugged chutes and chopped up bumps. When the mountain calls for a day spent on groomers, the MSP 107’s deep sidecut and energetic nature answers with smooth arcing carves. We think of the 107 as the SUV of MSP Series; ready to devour any condition you throw at it with ease.

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Tech

Construction Features

1 Poplar Core

Poplar Core

We vertically laminate the highest quality poplar to form a smooth flex throughout the entire length of the ski, ensuring a crisp damp ride even in firm conditions. This lightweight hardwood is incredibly durable and resilient, making it the perfect construction for hard charging all mountain skis.

2 Titanal Laminate

Titanal Laminate

By using edge to edge titanal laminate to sandwich our wood cores, we increase the torsional rigidity of the ski without sacrificing liveliness. This addition to the core adds significant dampness and responsiveness to the ski, increasing its capabilities in variable conditions and stability at high speeds.

3 Neotip

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 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.

MSP 107 Geometry

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175 cm
181 cm
187 cm
Length: 175 cm
Dimensions 137-107-127 mm
Weight 1900 gr
Sidecut Radius 19 m
Effective Edge 1460 mm
Mount Point From Tail 789 mm
Tip Height 66 mm
Tail Height 25 mm
Camber 3 mm
Length: 181 cm
Dimensions 138-107-128 mm
Weight 2050 gr
Sidecut Radius 20 m
Effective Edge 1511 mm
Mount Point From Tail 818 mm
Tip Height 70 mm
Tail Height 27 mm
Camber 3 mm
Length: 187 cm
Dimensions 139-107-129 mm
Weight 2210 gr
Sidecut Radius 21 m
Effective Edge 1574 mm
Mount Point From Tail 850 mm
Tip Height 75 mm
Tail Height 28 mm
Camber 3 mm
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BR
04/02/2022
Bill R.
United States United States

The perfect 1 ski quiver for Tahoe.

Have enjoyed the ski in Sierra pow, spring corn and early morning frozen conditions. Confidence inspiring in the steeps and fun carving the groomers back to the lift. The artwork looks amazing in person.

J
03/11/2022
Jonathan
United States United States

Wow! What a ride!

Got these skis 2 weeks ago. Mounted em up chomping at the bit to hit the mountain. Went up to Steven’s Pass Wa and threw the skis on in what I considered the worst choice conditions I could imagine for these 107 skis. Steven’s hadn’t had snow for 7 days before I arrived. No fresh snow. Just ice during morning and a mix of spring slush for the afternoon for Day 1. These 107’s rocked it. Held their edge like a champ. Intuitive riding. Aim and enjoy. I never felt the need to lower the speed limit. nor did I feel the need to go back to the car and grab my skinnier 99’ skis. Day 1 was like Wow! Day 2. Fresh snow 4”.... Extreme stoke! Now the skis Crush everything thrown it’s way. Fresh snow to small Pow pockets, to Chunder, to mixed snow to tree skiing in the back are of the mountain. This ski can be a 1 quiver ski. A lot of whooping and high fives with friends on this ski trip... looking forward to many more days on these skis. Extremely impressed.

MZ
03/09/2022
Matt Z.
Canada Canada

Local hills to big mountains

I can ski all conditions at the local mountains over Vancouver. Goof off with my boy, hit jump lines. And when a storm hits head to Whistler in search of something fresh and untracked. Then keep charging when it turns to chop. This ski will do all of the above. The artwork is stunning and I’m trying so hard not to cross my tips or tails to preserve it

4FRNT Skis MSP 107 Review
BS
03/02/2022
Brad S.
Canada Canada

4FRNT MSP 107 Skis

With a more conservative rocker profile than most powder skis and a shallow 2-3 mm of camber underfoot the MSP 107’s are a versatile crowd-pleasing all-mountain ski. A smooth flex pattern that progressively gets stiffer down the ski with softer tips, firm underfoot and stronger tails makes for a damp and stable ride. The subtle tip and tail taper further enhance the ski's intuitive and easy-going character that will appeal to a wide range of skiers. Read my full review here: https://www.backcountryskiingcanada.com/4FRNT-MSP-107-Skis

DP
02/03/2022
Dylan P.
United States United States

Ski is good

This ski is a great daily driver. Consistent in everything that I've skied so far which includes: light dry pow, wet heavy pow; slush crust with dry pow below; super deep medium density pow, variabili-trees, dust on trenched refreeze, etc... I am confident that this thing will ski anything I throw at it. The speed limit is greater than my tolerance. 4 stars only because there is a slightly dead feeling to it, but it's more of a touch-damper-than-poppy feel so I would really call it more a 4.5 stars. The half star is probably just personal preference.

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