The big-mountain freerider's touring machine.
You're schlepping up mountains in the backcountry, but you still want a ski capable of ripping it up on the way down. With a new LowFat Layup, utilizing more carbon and lighter fiberglass for reduced weight while maintaining snappy life, the Moment Exit World Ski lets you exit the world of resort skiing on a real bomber. Build the Exit World up light for pure alpine touring, or mount up and frame-style touring binding for boundary-gate excursions, but make sure the Exit World's on your feet whenever the blower is accumulating at the backcountry is calling. This lightweight touring beast features freeride dimensions, Triple Camber, and a lightweight paulownia and ash core, making it an AT ski worth drooling over.
While the original Exit World was based on the beloved Bibby, the new version has more in common with the Ghost Train. It's built with Moment's Triple Camber profile, with a rockered tip and tail, a flat section underfoot, and sections of micro-camber fore and aft of the binding, so you'll feel solid but playful in variable snow, floaty through pow, and stable as a table when you bust through crud. Make no mistake, though; the Exit World's a powder-hungry ski, and it'll serve you best when the going's getting deep, fluffy, and untracked.
The Exit World's built to be rugged, too, with tough UHMW sidewalls, that make it extremely durable,
light, and resistant to separation. The sandwich construction allows you to lay power into the edges without getting loose or squirrely. Edges can be a
game-changer, too, especially when you blow one out, so Moment equipped the Exit World with 2.2mm Rockwell 48 steel edges. Oh, and we can't forget Moment's
US-made Durasurf 4001 sintered base material that can take a beating
while staying fast.
- Triple Camber profile
- Paulownia and ash core
- Fiberglass laminates
- Carbon fiber stringers
- Sandwich construction with UHMW sidewalls
- 48 Rockwell steel edges
- Durasurf sintered base
- Item #MMT001A
- Q & A
This is a description of the Moment exit world from the perspective of the ski designer at moment
Fantastic BC Ski!
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The first thing I noticed when I got these skis was how light they were, truly impressive for how big they are. And that weight does not come at the price of skiability! I have skied them in powder, crud and hardpack now and have been impressed with how the ski handled all of the conditions. The triple camber took a little adjusting too, but once I got used to it I loved it. The ski holds an edge on hard pack and is still playful and slarvable in powder. The triple camber really allows you to initiate a turn from anywhere on the ski, which gives the ski the ability to make tight turns in the trees and arc out giant turns in the steeps. If you are looking for a big mountain BC ski that is light enough for long days and strong enough for everything the mountains can dish out, this is the ski!
185 lbs 6'0"
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How long are the flat areas underfoot on the 178 and 186?