When you're feeling like getting a little bit cowboy on some big, deep, and steep lines, saddle up the 4FRNT Kye 120 Ski. The big, bad, and burly pro model of Kye Petersen, it's a pow fiend that lives to surf the deepest days, with waist widths that fall either side of 120mm, tapered extremities for a smooth, surfy feel in soft snow, and rockered tips and tails to keep you cruising when the cold smoke gets extra smoky and the spines start tipping towards vertical. Powder is the Kye's natural habitat, but you don't want to feel noodly when falling is a seriously bad idea, so 4FRNT provided a solid amount of camber underfoot so you can bang big, aggressive turns when you need to. It also built the Kye with its legendary Reflect Tech matching camber and sidecut profiles, so the ski smears smoothly and predictably when the bases are flat but engages the full edge when you lay it over, so you get edge hold that most skis of this width can only dream about. 4FRNT left the metal at home on this one, choosing instead to stiffen up the Hi Lite poplar and beech core with fiberglass, which gives it stability and snap without making it feel damp, dead, and boring. The half cap construction keeps the weight down and durability up, while 4FRNT's Vibe Veil technology utilizes a dampening layer that's actually been cribbed from a boat hull design to cut out chatter and high speed vibration, so you can rally hard without getting shaken like you're trying to tame a wild bull.