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The Moment Bibby Pro Model Alpine Ski combines stiff camber and soft rocker for the best of both worlds.

The medium/stiff Moment Bibby Pro Model Alpine Ski shreds the whole mountain, but its fat, rockered profile begs for deep powder and backcountry booters. The crew at Moment teamed up with Josh Bibby to produce this versatile, wood core ski. Moment gave the Bibby Pro Model a mixture of stiff camber under foot for hardpack and piste ripping and soft tips and tails with subtle rocker for smooth presses and sweet powder performance. Throw in a 115mm waist and you’ve got a cutting edge pow ski that can hang anywhere on the hill.

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how does the bibby compare to the comi,...

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how does the bibby compare to the comi, for ability at pow, charging hard, and getting into trees. Also how does this ski handle to meggawatt

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How would this ski do as a touring set-up....

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How would this ski do as a touring set-up. I'm 5'11 and 165lbs.

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Rockered but versatile

This is one of my favorite skis- ever. It is stiffer than a lot of rockered skis out there (I'd give it a medium-stiff overall) and the camber unerfoot makes it really versatile. It has the awsome playful, surfy feel in the pow that you would expect from a rockered ski, but since it has camber underfoot and the rocker is pretty mellow so you don't feel like you're riding snowblades on the hardpack. This ski actually hauls ass through the chop and ski's pretty well in firmer conditions- you can still use the full edge of the ski when you lay it over into a turn. It's also light and easy to throw around for the jibbers out there, but is still beefy enough to go fast, stomp big airs, and charge all over the mountain.