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The Moment Night Train Ski devours powder with an insatiable appetite. You might even have to spend your season jumping trains to chase storms so these boards remain appeased. The Twin Rocker with a flat camber is specifically designed to butter, smear, and surf powder the way the gods always intended. Just in case a snow famine does come your way, the Night Trains have a generous sidecut that allows them to ski hardpack despite their flat camber.

  • Moment's unique Twin Rocker consists of a flat camber underfoot with generously rockered tip and tail for the ultimate surfy feel in powder
  • The aspen and pine core is light and poppy while providing rigidity and is made entirely with FSC-certified lumber
  • Carbon fiber stringers combine with fiberglass laminates to provide maximum strength against torsional twisting and to fine-tune the flex of the ski
  • 123mm underfoot provides a super-stable ride and floats like a boat
  • The generous sidecut allows the Night Train to hold its own on the hardpack despite having a flat camber
  • The extruded UHMW polyethylene sidewall resists separation and is light and durable
  • The 1.2mm sintered Durasurf base takes a beating while staying super-fast
  • 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
  • All Moment skis are proudly handmade in the good old USA
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Solid Ski--Definitely Not For Everyone!

    I've skied on them for two seasons now and while I'll tend to agree the skis are badass and generally good all-mountain, they aren't great in crud UNLESS you're able to be a boss and throw a lot of weight into turns--flat underfoot isn't best for control in hard-pack. I wouldn't recommend the ski for anything but powder or groomers (at least in the PNW where snow tends to be wet, hot and heavy) to the skier that doesn't consider him/herself strong and in pretty damn good shape. For those of you that aren't, check out the Bibby--I like those a lot more all-mountain and wish I could afford to have both :( One thing I was pretty worried about w/the NTs was touring on them--I have Barons mounted on mine, and they move pretty well given their size. I'm going to shred on, on my NTs 'cause it puts a little more hair on my chest every time I go out.

    Favorite skis

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    These are the first powder skis I have ever owned and I absolutely love them, I bought them used off of newschoolers and I love them. I have the 186's and they were a lot more maneuverable in trees than I thought they would be and were perfect in powder.

    side note: they are also a blast in the park

    The best skis ever

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I got Night Train 2012 and I'm extremely happy with them. I've never felt such a control of skis. They let you do whatever you want, wherever you want. The best powder skis I tried by far.

    All mountain goodness

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times

    This ski is unlike many others I have tried - but in the best way possible. It wants you to stay upright and experience the super smooth flex all over the mountain. If you go backseat at all these things catch you and keep you straight. You can scrub speed in an instant because of the low swing weight (mind you, mine have MFDs and the weight is totally unnoticeable!) and turning through tight trees is effortless. Mank and crud? No problem at all! The huge shovel and gradual rocker plow through crud with ease. These things are seriously fun skis and they can be rocked all over the mountain. Oh, did I forget to mention they float like a dream?

    All mountain goodness