At 123 mm underfoot and featuring a strong rocker profile, Klint’s Krypto is best suited for pow and chop. “This ski gets on top of the snow effortlessly. It’s a powder charging, maching stick for aggressive skiers,” reported one tester. Another noted, “It’s nice and damp through crud,” thanks to its birch woodcore. The ski is also lightweight and features a playful flex pattern, and as a third tester noted, “It’s super fun. It’s got great pop, romps in the pow and is a decent all-mountain ski.” Tanner Rainville, Liam Downey, Erik Roner and John Spriggs are just a few of the many Klint team riders who look to the Krypto when they’re sending ‘er deep.
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