2010 Model No Longer Available
4FRNT Skis EHP Ski - 2010 BCS
All hail powder-addicts and big-mountain hordes, the 4FRNT EHP has returned to the white-room with a redesigned chassis that carefully balances traditional sidecut design with a touch of long, gradual rocker. Hoji's pro-model ski is nothing if not stable at speed and effortlessly maneuverable in deep conditions. A shortened running surface allows you to easily pivot these wood-core monsters for a quick slash to scrub speed, and the traditional sidecut means you can lay waste to that boring ol' corduroy with a few deep turns.
- Stiff, supportive Deflect sidewalls create a stable edge grip and feature a bevel at the tip and tail to protect against top-sheet chipping
- Tired of floppy rocker? X4 dampening uses a layer of rubber foil between the edge and the core to absorb vibration in choppy conditions
- Pintail-shaped tail sinks into deep snow to allow a more forward mounting position
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Solid big mountain ski
April 24, 2012
193 EHP - Big ski for the big mountains.
Nice and stiff. 40m turn radius helps with big long GS style big mountain turns. But not as hot on the groomers. They are manageable though
Paired with Dukes for slackcountry. A bit of a heavy rig.
Do it all (well) skis
February 4, 2012
These skis carve groomers with authority, slash powder like nobody's business, and have enough pop to bounce down the mountain from feature to feature.
Rather than stiff, I'd describe these skis as agile and aggressive in the best way. Also, I had no problem making short or long radius turns despite the 40m radius sidecut.
I have mine mounted with Dynafits, and I can't wait for the avy risk to come down so I can rip some backcountry lines on 'em!!
EHP's are incredible!!!
January 22, 2012
I have skied about 6 days on these skis and was pretty happy with them on days 1-5 when the snow was crap. Today was day 6 and I finally got some soft snow! These skis are incredible in the soft stuff. I equally comfortable bombing chutes and turning through the trees. At 116 mm under foot, these skis are incredibly responsive and can turn on a dime if you need them to. I was thoroughly impressed with their agility in the bumps as well. Short story is... these skis ROCK!
EHP is EPHIN' good
January 11, 2011
After destroying a pair of S7 (internally and externally), I decided I needed a ski with a bit more fortitude. No more wobbly feeling at speed or in stiff snow, way more supportive when landing drops and in general, much faster. These rigs let me open it up with confidence, but are still responsive in tight shots. S7s were playful, EHPs are powerful.
October 26, 2010
The EHP changed the way I ski. It is so floaty in fresh, but still skis really well through crud and hardpack. The 193 is my first choice most days in Big Sky.
- 179 cm 186 cm, 193 cm
- [179 cm] 128 / 116 / 122; [186 cm] 129 / 116 / 123; [193 cm] 132 / 116 / 122
- Turn Radius:
- 40 m
- Q-45weave sandwich and deflect ABS sidewall
- MEGAblock (ash and beach)
- ISOSPORT sintered 2000 base
- slight twin
- Binding Included:
- 10.4 lbs
- Recommended Use:
- big mountain skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 1 year