Not all Skiers are lucky enough to get regular deep powder days, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have as much fun – you just need different tools. Frontside Skis are very popular thanks to their narrower profile that allows you to turn quickly and easily on hard snow. For Skiers who, either by preference or necessity, spend most of their time on groomed slopes, these premium men’s front Skis are the key to skiing enjoyment.
Blizzard Brahma 82
The Blizzard Brahma 82, simply put, is powerful; It transmits that force effortlessly throughout the ski so you don’t waste an ounce of your own energy. Built with Blizzard’s Carbon Flip Core, the Brahma provides a damp yet peppy ride. Two and a half layers of Titanal give this hard snow destroyer excellent stability and edge grip, especially at high speeds. You don’t have to be afraid of going full throttle on the Brahma 82, as the phenol sandwich compound Sidewalls are extra Durable and grip the snow firmly when you’re on edge.
Rossignol Experience 84
If you want a ski that can make difficult lines look stylish, then the Rossignol Experience 84 is the ski for you. Line control technology is the key ingredient in Experience’s seamless capability – provides the stability needed to hold your line and the power to traverse crushed snow. Every edge-to-edge transition is clean thanks to the vibration-dampening powers of Rossignol’s Air Tip VAS, which places vibration-reducing material in the tips of the ski to smooth out your ride. Together with the ABS insert of the skis, these technologies maintain the Experience
stable and light everywhere.
K2 Ikonic 84 Ti
The K2 Ikonic 84 Ti is the rare front-focused ski that has the ability to ski down the piste with the ability to come off the trail at times, too. The backbone of this capability is Ikonic’s Carbon Spyne, which fills the ski with power without adding weight. Exo Konic technology also redistributes mass throughout the ski by placing heavier material closer to the edges to improve maneuverability. An Aspen/Paulownia wood core is sandwiched with layers of Titanal metal laminate to create a lively feel underfoot without feeling too heavy.
Elan Wingman 82 C Ti
The Elan Wingman 82 C Ti combines freeride technology with a front-end state of mind. Each of Wingman’s skis is unique, featuring a dedicated right and left ski with Rocker on the outer edges for quicker turn initiation and Camber on the inner edges for grip. The Tubelite Wood Core has carbon tubes that run along the sideline to really drive power to the snow as you ski. Additional carbon rods reduce overall weight and provide an even more stable feel.
Salomon XDR 84 Ti
The Salomon XDR 84 is ideal for advanced intermediate to expert skiers looking for all day performance. The All Terrain Rocker profile gives these skis more versatility than the average front ski and gives skiers easier turn initiation. Full Sandwich Sidewalls offer the stability and precision for those perfect turns you crave. A Titanal Binding reinforcement makes the most of the energy you put in and increases edge hold for when things freeze.
Atomic Vantage 82 Ti
With Progressive shaping, the Vantage 82 Ti skis are built to absolutely dominate front-groomed trails. You get the easy turn initiation of the Rocker on the tip with the locked edge hold of the Camber on the rest of the ski. The Vantage’s sleeker shape gears it up and prepares it to shred the trails, with its titanium tank mesh helping to really boost power in your turns while cutting weight. Finish with a World Cup base finish to improve speed and you have a ski that will happily hit skiers harder and faster
than ever before.
V-shaped head V8
Tight and light is the name of the game for the Head V-Shape V8 skis. With a narrow 75mm waist, the V-Shape V8 can make tight turns in tight spaces with ease. It’s very fast from edge to edge, and the Karuba Light Wood Core keeps the overall weight of the ski to a minimum for quick maneuverability. The LYT Tech Construction uses graphene in addition to the Karuba core for a more stable feel than you’d expect and plenty of pop. Let’s not forget the V-shape, well, the V-shape; a thicker tip and a thinner tail as you get closer to the midsection for a true
Edgehold and a less tiring ride.