The 4FRNT Switchblade Skis are the go-to ski for 4FRNT s best park and pipe riders. They are stiff enough for huge pop and stomping slightly off-balance landings but playful enough to butter up your toast on both sides. Semi-cap construction retains edging power underfoot but gives you a durability advantage at the tips and tails. Make a name for yourself - carve your way through life with the Switchblade!
Classic Camber Traditional camber underfoot with a bit of early rise at tip and tail
Asymmetrical Twin Directional shaping with a full twin tip
Traditional Contact The two contact points of the skis are at the tips and tails.
Hyper-Block Core A poplar and birch core designed for freestyle riding
Fiberglass Reinforcement Fiberglass laminates above and below the core
Semi-Cap Construction Combines a cap over the top of the ski with sidewalls on top of the edges for the best of both worlds - edgehold AND durability
Artist Abe Kislevitz
Bindings not included
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||119||120||121||122|
|Waist Width (mm)||85||86||88||89|
|Tail Width (mm)||112||112||114||116|
|Turning Radius (m)||14.9||16.1||17.2||18.4|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||1600||1700||1900||2000|
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Comments about 4FRNT Switchblade Skis 2013:
Really beat up these skis with all the use in the park and pipe and this ski held up fine. Almsot no top sheet chiping what so ever and very few cracks along the edge. Many people were complaining about the pop in the ski but I found it was not a problem at all. The ski is very stable on jumps and has a nice low swing weight. The stiffness on this ski is actually alot less sttiff then expected so it makes all those butters possible but surprisingly holds up well on the groom. All in all fantastic ski would definitly buy again one of the last ones with full camber and unsemetrical.