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Get your daily dose of powder.

When bottomless powder is on the menu, you better wear your Bibby: the Moment Bibby Pro Model Ski, that is. Although when you're tearing it up in the steep and deep on Josh Bibby's 120mm-waisted pro model, you might actually want bibs, too. Moment gave the Bibby its Moustache Rocker profile, which means that rocker at the tip and tail give you loose and playful float for a buttery feel in and on top of powder snow or crud. Camber underfoot allows you to carve it up on hardpack with stability and edge hold, so you don't have to worry about cruising at mach speed to catch the last chair of the day.

Artist Shawn Knight designed the Bibby's killer graphics, though they'll be covered in so much fresh snow that you won't see them until the season ends. An aspen and pine wood core is strong, light, and pops like a dream for a smooth and fun ride while a combination of carbon fiber stringer and fiberglass sheets provide some vibration absorption and long flex life. A UHMW (ultra-high molecular weight) polyethylene sidewall is extremely light and durable, and a US-made Durasurf 4001 sintered base material takes a beating while remaining fast. A 2.2mm Rockwell 48 steel edge adds to your bomber ski's life. 

  • Moustache Rocker (rocker tip and tail and camber underfoot)
  • UHMW (ultra-high molecular weight) polyethylene sidewall
  • Aspen/pine wood core
  • 120mm waist
  • 1.2mm Durasurf 4001 sintered base
  • 2.2mm Rockwell 48 steel edge
  • Graphics by artist Shawn Knight

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Unanswered Question

I recently purchased these skis, and intend on using them as a sort of back-country jib ski. Where do you guys recommend I mount them for that style of skiing?

I just got a pair of 12/13 bibbys in 174. I was wondering how far back the factory recommended line is from true center.

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We don't have the 12/13 model in stock anymore, so we can't really check on ours - but this year's model has a recommended mount line stamped on the sidewall. There are 5 little graphics (triangles or something on this year's model) printed on the side of the ski - the middle one is manufacturer's rec. Then there are guides for +/- 1 and +/- 2 cm. I'm guessing your ski has a similar stamp. If not, I would recommend getting in touch with Moment directly! Here's a link to their contact page:

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The factory mount on all year Bibbys is -6 from center, personally I ride mine at -3 from center and love them there.

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Bibby is sick! Moment, has it goin' on with the mustache rocker. the ski floats like full rocker but the camber under foot saves you on those hard pack days! My ski of choice for launching into pooder!

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My "Go To" Pow Ski

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The mustache rocker and width make these float so well! This is the ski I grab on a pow day. The tip and tail rocker make these so easy to turn in deep pow and the camber under foot helps you beat your friends back to the lift for the next run. The rocker makes the ski playful and buttery while the carbon stringers maintain some pop.