With a bit of tip rocker, camber underfoot, and a traditional-feeling tail, the reintroduced MSP is kind of a throwback—in a good way. Scores trailed off at high speeds and in the longest turns, but soared in versatility, dampness, and stability. “Plows crud and is predictable in variable conditions,” one tester said. “Provides a ton of confidence, but isn’t the most playful.” Another added, “Could charge into anything and feel solid.”
Strengths: Hard Snow, Versatility, Overall Impression
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