We all know the real reason you're calling in sick this winter--you're the proud owner of a pair of Bent Chetler 120s, ruler of bottomless days and the steepest, most pristine lines on the mountain. Their burly 120mm waist demonstrates a penchant for deep snow, and the generously rockered profile with a touch of underfoot camber delivers a surfy, playful personality. Its powder prowess is further enhanced by boat hull-shaped Horizon Tech that helps you break your edge free and make quick pivoting turns. Toss in a lightweight and responsive construction and you have a freeride powder ski that offers outrageous amounts of control, pop, and power to encourage hard-charging and creative riding alike.
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