16 comments on “2018-2019 ON3P Wrenegade 114”

  1. Do you have any plans to review a shorter version? An 189 ON3P is a pretty long skis as ON3Ps measure long. Also how much different is this ski from the 108 version? Do they feel like similar skis?

    • they don’t really measure long – they measure actual length, which is a bit refreshing. Skis that are actually the length that is stated on them? Quite convinient yess :)

    • Yep – almost everyone else measures long. So a 182 is actually a 180 or 179. Wish this was standardized because it’s super annoying.

  2. Skied this in some serious Sierra Cement at Northstar yesterday, 184cm, recommended mount with Pivot 14s. I’m 5’11”-175lbs, ex-racer, forward stance, fast, aggressive in all snow types.
    Easy to ski, good suspension through all the variable mank, untracked and groomers. Could throw it sideways, but it also felt fairly locked in on the groomers. Felt kinda like the old Volkl Gotamas that had camber. My last ski in this category was the Line Supernatural 115, 186cm, loved this ski, just wanted to try something different. So far, the Supernatural has a bit more pop, the maple core seems to return more energy than the bamboo in the Wrenegade. I’m excited to get this Wren in some more ideal snow! I would like to ski the JSKIS Friend next. Maybe the Dynastar Proto, or Blizzard Bodacious, though?!?

    • Hey Zachariah,

      Howdy. Interested in these here Wren114 skis.
      I’m an ex-racer, 5’8″ and 150lbs. Usually ski directional chargers at a 178cm-184cm length.
      I have the SN108 at a 179cm (great) and have also enjoyed the Wren 108 in the same length (also really enjoy the pop/rebound of the SN).
      Hoping for some advice on sizing between the 179cm or 184cm for my PNW and Tahoe area purposes? Thinking the 184cm for charging some powder lines at speed, but perhaps that’s a bit too much ski, given the waist and shovel dimensions. Perhaps the 178cm is plenty. Any thoughts?

      • That’s hard to say, they are heavier than my Supernatural 115s and I can feel that just a bit. If you want to make
        more energetic, hop-turns, go shorter, if you want to bomb around and crush everything, go 184. I’m in Sacramento if you want to try mine, 315 BSL.

    • Hey Zach,

      Kinda dumb ? But you are the only review of 184…are they OK in tighter spots , trees etc.

      The 189 at 29m would be a lot for me unless wide open.


      You said you could throw them sideways ? Any other insights appreciated.

      • I have a pair in 184 length. The ski is fine in trees but may not be the best is moguls or skiing through a creek drainage.

        What others skis have you used that you would compare it against?

  3. Hey Zachariah – thanks for the info and advice. And hey, if you’re serious, I’d certainly take you up on your offer to test drive the planks. I’m located in the Bay area, and head to Tahoe every other week or so… I’ll be in touch!

  4. Do you plan to update this review??? Enquiring minds want to know your final verdict with the typical Blister thoroughness. Thanks

  5. Welp, gonna try something new in this category this year, so these will be going up for sale on TGR’s gear swap.
    Trying to decide what to buy next…..

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