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I'm baaaaack!

Imagine a world without ice cream. A place where children didn't smile, where Grandma didn't love you, where dogs didn't go to heaven, and where snow fell as ash. On top of all that, imagine that your favorite ski was chopped up, stomped on, set fire to, and thrown into a boiling and sulfurous pit while your eyes were held open, Ludovico-style, so every lurid detail was burned into your mind for eternity. That's how we all felt last fall, when we learned that Moment was dramatically changing the beloved Bibby Pro Ski. Thankfully for all of humanity, though, we rebelled in the face of gross injustice—even Josh Bibby, for whom the ski was named, wanted to bring back the original—and by pestering the living hell out of Moment, we were able to convince them to bring the old Bibby back unchanged. All's not lost, after all.

If you're a Bibby diehard, stop reading and go buy a few already. If you haven't already sampled the powdered fruit-punch drink, though, allow us to explain why it's so tasty. The Bibby is the perfect combination of all things skiing good—stability, power, playfulness, quickness, surfiness, stompiness—and it's capable of shredding just about anything you care to point it at. Moment built it on a snappy but stable aspen and pine core to balance dampness, energy, and stiffness, and sandwiched the wood between multi-directional fiberglass and carbon-fiber stringers, so it stays torsionally stiff and stable when you're railing turns but maintains enough pop to boost off terrain features so you don't need to keep your skis glued to the snow. Moment skipped out on metal entirely, which avoids the damp but dead feel that plagues more one-dimensional skis, and we think the folks that've called the Bibby a playful charger are spot on.

Last year's redesigned Bibby was a pow-specific jib ski, but the redesign has brought the Bibby back to its more directional roots. Moment's Mustache Rocker combines decent amounts of tip and tail rocker with a solid cambered section underfoot, giving the Bibby a nearly unparalleled ability to float over soft snow, charge through chop, and slash big sideways turns when conditions call for it. The tails are simple to break out when you need to scrub speed, and the Rockwell 48 steel edges have been covered with a VDS rubber dampening layer for a smoother, less chatter feel on hardpack. We should also note that despite what we said earlier, the Bibby does, in fact have one small change: Moment's updated it with a more durable semi-cap construction, which helps prevent topsheet chipping and edge blowouts, so it'll be a more durable ski that ever.

  • Mustache Rocker (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
  • Aspen and pine core
  • Fiberglass and carbon fiber laminates
  • Semi-cap construction with UHMW sidewalls
  • Reinforced binding mount layer
  • Rockwell 48 steel edges with VDS rubber dampening
  • Durasurf 4001 sintered base

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Best Ski Ever Made!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

What else is there to say? I am so glad that the Bibby is back in it's original configuration. This ski absolutely blew my mind when I first tried it, and it continues to be the ski that I grab no matter what I'm about to go do. I live in Alaska and spend most of my time touring. I go for the Bibby 9.9 out of 10 times that I head out. I have tried many other brands, especially a number of the lightweight touring options that are available nowadays. The Bibby is still a superior ski. It's ability to handle all terrain under all conditions has made it my ski of choice for backcountry skiing. I am more then happy to haul a little extra weight up the hill to know that I have the best ski ever made to carry me back down. As someone who used to have a huge quiver of skis, I have paired it down to 3, all Bibby's of some variety: 190 w/dynafit, 184 w/AXL's, and the "altered" Bibby from last year for powder days. Seriously, everyone should have a pair. You won't be dissapointed.


All time Favorite ski

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This is the best ski I've ever used! They can handle anything in bounds and out, although I prefer the Exit World as a backcountry ski as the Bibby is a bit heavy to haul around. They are snappy and playful and great on everything from hardpack to crud to deep pow. Try um out!