After two years in the making, we are proud to introduce the new re-engineered MSP 107! The improvements make this all terrain crusher even more capable in soft and variable snow; in fact it's already awarded ‘Best Of’ by Outside and Ski Magazine. A brand new aspen maple core with titanal laminate makes this ski loaded with energy and pop, while always maintaining a stable ride. The new 107 allows you to step up to bigger terrain, steeper trees, and faster groomers with more control and confidence than you’ve ever felt at the resort.
Graphic by Simon Prades.
MSP 107 Geometry
- MSP 107
These skis RIP
This is my 4th pair of 4fronts. I am a big boy 300+ pounds and ski 40+ days a year. The MSP is a legit all mountain slayer. The 99 kills east coast crud while the 107 is great to take out West, but can still ski well in the East. The big question is when are they going to make some 3xl swag for us full figured fellas?
As a skier who mainly skis Crested Butte, I have tried multiple pairs of skis for my everyday driver, but have struggled to find something that can handle the difficult terrain of Crested Butte in icy conditions or deep pow. The MSP 107 ski is that ski!
Easy to use and very stable
This is my second MSP107, but I am satisfied with this year's model as it has the stability, lightness and ease of use that I expected.
One Ski Quiver!
Not that I’m reducing my quiver but the MSP 107 does everything very well! Chop, groomers, icy condition are no problem for this ski and they float very well in powder! Damp like a Cochise, playful like a Chetler, you won’t regret buying these skis!
Progressive ski madness
What an amazing ski rips all over the mountain. Stiff tail, fun and poppy, solid construction.