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Dance to the beat of a different drum.
As the softest ski in Moment's Powder lineup, the Ghost Chant sings to a tune that is wickedly playful, fun, and free spirited. Generous rocker in the tip and tail combines with true twin dimensions to float and surf even the heaviest sludge that falls from the heavens. Those who dance to the beat of a different drum know how to butter their bread, they spread it thick with the Ghost Chant.
- Moment's unique Twin Rocker consists of a flat camber underfoot with generously rockered tips and tails for the ultimate surfy feel in powder
- With dead centered mounting and true twintip dimensions, the Ghost Chant has wicked fun written all over it
- The aspen/ash core is strong and light, it soaks up vibration, and it's made entirely with FSC-certified lumber
- Carbon fiber stringers combine with fiberglass laminates to provide maximum strength against torsional twisting and fine tune the flex of the ski
- 124mm in the waist makes this ski float like a ghost
- The extruded UHMW polyethylene sidewall resists separation and is light and durable
- The 2.2mm edge is hardened to 48 Rockwell and has undergone additional heat treating to ensure the long life and sharp bite of this board
- The 1.2mm sintered Durasurf base is built to take a beating while staying super-fast
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I love these skis. I use them all the time on groomers in the park and in trees. They excel at jumping. In the powder they are delightfully surfy and astoundingly agile and floaty.
Stay Centered and Enjoy!
Out of Reno, NV, Moment Ski Company likes to stay different with their rocker shapes and sidecut designs and the Moment Ghost Chant Ski is the perfect personification of this.
Bottom line, if you get super jibby and want a ski to go all-mountain to big-mountain with, this is one of your best options. The amount of rocker tip and tail along with the flex pattern that has a decently stiff waist and a much softer tip and tail rewards a more centered stance in spades. Pow, crud and even laying down carves was in no-brainer territory as the feel of the ski is playful, but with a purpose. A great swing weight is built in as well so spins in the park are not out of the question with the Ghost Chant.
The surprising thing about this ski is how easy chop, crud and floatation came despite its more than subtle flex difference between the tip/tail and the waist.
For all this praise, a few caveats. Like I said, this is meant to be center-driven. Anyone out there that skis with a more traditional stance should not consider this ski. Also, only make this your everyday driver if spins in the park and in the BC is your game as the groomer/all-mountain crowd with a lack of snowfall may find the Ghost Chant too one-dimensional.