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Bow before your fearless leader.

The Moment Governor's kind of like Big Brother, if Big Brother were less concerned about doublethink and thoughtcrime and more interested in pointing it. It will, however, happily oversee all aspects of big-mountain domination with its stout aspen and ash core, relatively flat tail, and big, super-stable platform. The Governor's also reinforced with dual triaxial fiberglass laminates and carbon-fiber stringers, which keep it stiff and torsionally rigid so you can mach through crud and chop without getting bucked like a novice cowboy on a bad-tempered bull. It's not a ski for intermediates, but it'll reward you if you drive it hard and take it to the limit.

Moment's a pretty progressive company when it comes to rocker profiles, but the Governor has a fairly traditional shape worthy of a beloved dictator, with moderate tip rocker and plenty of traditional camber underfoot, topped off with a pretty flat and stable tail that'll make short work of chundery full-speed runouts. It also comes complete with a bomber 116mm waist that'll stomp the rebellious instincts out of deep pow and big-time cliff hucks, so you don't have to worry about the mountain getting too think-for-itselfy. UHMW sidewalls direct tons of power to the rugged 2.2mm steel edges, and a reinforced binding mounting layer keeps your clamps securely drilled in, so you don't tomahawk down a line because you were getting a little too rad.

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

The Governor is the all conditions ski from Moment with a traditional mount point that refuses to conform to tradition. The rockered tip, camber, and raised tail make for a ski that responds to being driven. It is a charging ski that retains its playful character, whether that be in open terrain or in the trees. For a ski that shreds pow, the Governor, tackles afternoon slop/chop with ablomb.
Don’t be fooled by the description, this is not an experts/professionals only ski. If you like driving a ski from the shins, and don’t smear your way downhill in the backseat, this is your ski. At 200lbs and 6’1 I ski the 196 daily. From personal experience I can only recommend going longer, unless low angle trees are your preferred terrain, then size down.
Can’t recommend this ski enough. It is, simply put, the best all around resort ski for aggressive/traditionalist oriented skiers.