Renegade Skis 2012: Each ski is hand built by team riders Eric Hjorleifson and Cody Barnhill in Salt Lake City. The stiff construction of the 4FRNT
Renegade Skis rival any other reverse camber skis. The strong and durable Indiblock core, with full wood sidewalls, allows for unbelievable confidence and stomping ability on the hairiest of lines. The Renegade’s width allows the rider to float through powder, while the mostly reverse sidecut shape makes them nimble and easy to maneuver at any moment, even at high speeds. So go ahead, drop it, this game-changer’s got your back.
The 4FRNT Renegade Skis feature fully rockered Reverse Camber shape that provides responsiveness and floatability in a variety of snow conditions. Early set back contact points and a large turning radius of 35m allow these to rise out of deep snow quickly and swivel on a dime.
Full wood sidewalls for natural, long-lasting flex
Q 45 Weave is a high performance triple layer of glass fibers give the skis longitudinal and torsional stiffness that allow them to respond well in a variety of snow conditions, high speeds, and hard riding.
Feature a dense ISO-SPORT 2000 sintered base allowing exceptional performance and speed.
Glosstop topsheet, specific to 4FRNT, shows off the brilliant graphics while defending against scratches.
Indiblock core consisting of a Poplar center with a Maple laminate that is stable but flexible
X4 Dampening System is a full perimeter layer of elastometric rubber foil that is laminated between the metal edge, fiberglass, and wood core, creating stability and a smooth, high speed ride.
35m @ 186cm 135/122/129, 35m @ 196cm 137/122/131
We recommend a brake that is equal to the waist width and at most 20mm wider. (brake width = ski width + 20mm)