The mountain usually takes a little while to build their park up, but Mother Nature's park is ready to go at the first sign of a huge powder dump, and the Faction Prodigy 4. 0 Ski is ready for cliff drops, backcountry booters, and all the face shots you can find. With a 112mm waist, this ski can make all the quick cuts you want when you're darting through powdery tree lines, and thanks to Surf Zone technology in the rockered tip and tail you'll be floating through waist-deep snow with ease. The Prodigy 4. 0 also is outfitted with a directional twin tip that bring freestyle vibes to your out-of-bounds adventures, letting you ride or land switch on any features you can find without sacrificing the downhill and all-mountain versatility of the ski. Speaking of versatility, this ski also boasts a camber underfoot for stability and edge control on harder packed snow, so you can still rip the resort comfortably on bluebird days while you hunt down untouched powder stashes. The micro-cap construction gives you all the durability of a full sidewall, with the added benefit of having the topsheet wrap slightly around where the two meet, helping prevent chipping when you knock some trees on your next huge backcountry drop. A mix of poplar and ash in the core gives you an all-mountain friendly stiffness that still packs some pop, while eco-friendly flax fibers provide dampening qualities on tracked-out landings.
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