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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.

  • Front Rocker (rockered tip, traditional camber underfoot)
  • Aspen and ash core
  • Fiberglass laminates and carbon-fiber stringers
  • Flat tail
  • Reinforced binding mount layer
  • UHMW polyethylene sidewalls
  • 2.2mm steel edges with VDS rubber dampening
  • 1.2mm Durasurf sintered base

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do these ski short?

Compared to the Bibby Pro's they will ski longer. Since there is no tail rocker there is more effective edge.

If you have anymore questions feel free to send me an email or call!

Bill Porreca

5 5

Not for the Weak-end Skier

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Everybody loves powder, but it doesn't last forever. Actually, it doesn't even last half a day; by 11, there ain't a fresh line in the whole damn resort. Noon rolls around and the lodge is packed with exhausted "skiers" who can't ski the "bumps". Fortunately, you got yourself a pair of Governor's strapped to your feet. You leave your weak friends at the lodge and stuff your pockets with saltines; now the real skiing begins.

From the lift you can see the same lines you were crushing all morning are now all chopped up. What are you gonna do?! Make turns?! No. No f'n way. You're gonna point it.

The Governor doesn't eat crud for breakfast, it eats the stupid thing that eats crud for breakfast.

This is where the Governor shines. Any ski that's 116 underfoot is gonna be fun in untouched hero pow, but what happens after first tracks? What do you do once it starts raining and that hero pow is like wet cement? You want the crud?! You can't handle the crud!!

As you smash through dangerously bumped up terrain at mach speed you think to yourself, "What kind of sorcery goes on at the Moment laboratory that allows me to ski like this? Who or what did they sacrifice in order to allow me to reach these unearthly speeds?" By the time you've asked these questions you're back at the bottom of the lift. Magic. It must be magic.

These skis require work. Get them mounted on the recommended line. I'm 6' 3" and the 186 is a good size. Get the 196 if all you do is jump out of helicopters and ski straight down entire mountains.

5 5

Truly Amazing

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Before you get on these skis be prepared to charge all over the mountain. The first run on these simply inspire you to push yourself as far as you can go. The traditional camber in the skis combined with the rocker in the tip as well as the stiffness of the ski make it so awesome. It allows you to push hard and fast in any sort of situation, whether its powering through some crud the day after a pow day or tearing down the biggest untouched powder mountain of your life. It seems that these skis really do not have a limit, you can send it off anything and know that they are going to be there for you when you land, you can ski in the deepest powder and will float and maintain control with ease, and finally you can rip down the groomers like you're Bode Miller in a downhill race. All in all these skis were amazing and such a blast to ski on.

5 5

Versatile Big Mountain Ripper!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Governor is a heavy duty ski, no doubt about it, but it's not only for Freeride Contest's. The ski, in the 186cm, is capable in all sorts of terrain and conditions. With ample sidecut and a shortish contact area, turns on groomers are more then just doable, they're fun! When the snow conditions start to get variable, the skis stay they course and allow the skier to keep their mind on the terrain, not the snow quality. This powerful feeling does give up a little playfulness that many of us have come to expect from our skis, but a traditional camber tail with no twin tip suggests that this ski wasn't really designed for bouncing through the park. All in all, a super capable ski without being too overpowering for the intermediate to advanced skier.