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The tastiest one-ski-quiver around.

Moment's always been pretty adamant that there's no such thing as a one-ski quiver, but year after year they press the PB&J Ski, and year after it year it crushes groomers like a narrower board, destroys powder like a fatty, and rallies the park like a buttery twin tip. Even if Moment isn't trying to make the PB&J one of the most versatile skis on the market, it just kinda keeps happening. Its secret? A nice mustache. There are no lip sweaters here, though; Moment calls its most versatile rocker profile--camber underfoot and rocker in the tip and tail--Mustache Rocker, probably because it's totally sexy. The camber provides plenty of bite on hardpack, letting you rally groomers and shred those bulletproof east-coast days, and the tip and tail rocker gives the PB&J the float and pivoty feel that every good powder ski needs.

Dual triaxial fiberglass laminates and carbon-fiber stringers give the PB&J plenty of lateral and tip-to-tail stiffness, while the poppy, light, and lively aspen and pine core provides a stable, playful platform whether you're ripping groomers, surfing powder, or boosting in the park. The UHMW sidewalls prevent torsional flex, directing loads of power into the rubber-dampened 2.2mm steel edges, and the sintered Durasurf base moves faster than an electrified squirrel. Moment also tossed in a reinforced layer under the foot for bomber binding mounting, because nothing will cramp your style faster than a pulled-out heelpiece on the best day of the year.

  • Mustache Rocker
  • Aspen and pine core
  • Fiberglass laminates
  • Carbon fiber stringers
  • Reinforced binding mount layer
  • UHMW polyethylene sidewalls
  • 2.2mm steel edges with VDS rubber dampening
  • 1.2mm Durasurf sintered base

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currently on the old volkl bridges the 09, which is cambered unlike the new model. I am looking at these potentially. Live and ski mostly east coast with a trip or two out west. I am 6 foot about 175 ski trees a lot. Thinking the 188 is prob a little big for what I wanna be doing. I do like to go reasonably fast but I like the ski trees like I said and pop of random stuff on the sides of trails and all that... Anyone have any input on sizing on these?

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im 5'10'', 185 lbs and ski the 188 pb&j. i actually switched to them from the 187 new bridge (2013). i really really like the 188 for its stability and playfulness when ollie-ing or slaying soft crud at breakneck speed. i also mounted it at -2.5 cm from true center, which makes the ski very pivotable and makes the tail super super stable even with its significant rocker. I'd strongly recommend this setup for any day with < 6 inches of fresh. go 188 and mount at -3cm, youre gonna like it

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I ended up getting the 188s sometime in march. I only got out on them twice. It was pretty crappy conditions, but I have never gone so fast on a pair of skis. Their speed limit is much higher than mine. I am so stoked to get them out next season in some snow!

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I don't even know where to begin with this ski. It's so good everywhere...really! At 210 Lbs. I wanted a mid fat with tip and tail rocker that wasn't a noodle. Not the easiest thing to find. This ski is much stiffer in the tips and tails than other comparable skis. Absolutely no speed limit, carves pretty damn good for a rockered ski and quick in the bumps and trees. This is my daily driver in CO, and will only stay off the hill for really deep days.

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Im 5'10 and 120-130 pounds is the 182 a good ski for me?

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I ski a lot of park and my current ski has an 88 mm waist and was looking to go wider with a waist of anywhere from 95-105. I'm looking for a playful, all-mountain ski that rips in the park on both jumps and rails while ripping little natural features around the mountain. Would this be a good ski for that or should I look to a different ski? Also, what other skis would be similar to this ski?

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My everyday ski is the 2010 moment bibby pro (190). My home mountain is whitewater in Nelson. I ski fast and I prefer an aggressive forward stance.

With that said, my daughter is 2.5 yrs old and will be learning to ski this year. I'll be snowplowing a lot and the idea of doing that with 190s sounds really sucky.

When I drop my daughter off with her mom I want a ski that I can take in any condition and be able to ski it hard. I've tried a shorter s7 in crud and it felt soft at high speeds.

I am 5'9 175lbs. I love my bibbys. Is the pb&j a good fit? Is the 182cm a good length for what I'm looking for?

Appreciate your thoughts/ideas.

Thank you, matt

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Moment PB&J

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The PB&J is the illest. Skiing out of the Wasatch front this ski was all I needed. The mustache rocker flex pattern was perfect, enough flex for buttery rail tricks, while stiff enough to charge in the backcountry. The most durable park ski I've used, being 101mm underfoot helps relieve edge pressure on rails, but isn't wide enough to get in your way. The sickest one ski quiver out. Hand Made in Reno, Nevada, USA.

Hey guys, a couple questions. Can an intermediate handle these skis and have fun on them or will they not be forgiving for someone still building my skills/confidence? I'm a former boarder just getting back to skiing, looking for a 1 ski quiver both east and west. I actually get a lot of soft snow days (flexible job+ travel) and I'll ski NH, VT, WV, CO, and PNW this year. The name of the game is fun for me, I like to turn slash and slarve around anything soft and ski trees when I can.

Can I get better on the PB&J without getting punished in the meantime, not being a great skier yet? My concern is I hear its pretty stiff. I'm 5"11, 180lbs and level 6-7 skier (ski parallel but form is not great on steep stuff yet). Thanks!

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I think you should go with the Rossignol Soul 7. Its the ski for the person you are describing. It will help you learn to use better form and wont just kick your butt. After you find yourself going too fast on that ski bump up into something like this.

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Bill, thank you. That's a great answer. Since the Soul 7 is one of the other skis I've been looking at you've helped me out. Thanks much.

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Hey Bill one more thing, should I go with the Soul 7 or the new Sin 7 that also has air tip but 98mm underfoot? Maybe it would be a bit better for an intermediate?

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Hi gcoaster:

I started as snowboarder and the PBJ was the best ski I found to help make the switch. I tried Armadas, K2s and other Moments, but the PBJs felt right. The rocker tip and tail really helps while learning to ski because it helps you skid sideways like you would on a board. Then, as you begin to ski more comfortably, you'll be able to drive the ski and take advantage of the camber underfoot. It helped me a lot while making the transition from boarding to skiing.

Good Luck!

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bouncy fun times

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The PB & J is a super fun, playful and versatile ski. These are my favorite for spring-ish days where I’ll be all over the place: skiing the park, ripping some high speed in-bounds laps, doing some more “natural” jump/jib runs, and then going for a quick hike to find some softer snow. The camber underfoot and moderate waist width allows them to feel nimble and rail turns on harder snow, while remaining wide enough to still float nicely through the soft stuff with the help of the tip and tail rocker, which also helps keep the tips from catching in grabby, wind-affected snow. They’re bouncy and playful, and can really handle just about whatever conditions you throw at them, though you’ll probably want something wider for the mega-deep days.

I've been riding the 2012-2013 line Chronics, and love em, i live out east, so i usually only get to ski groomers and ice, but i do get into the woods when possible, and I go out west once a year. My Chronics are a bit beat up, and I'm looking for something new, and have been checking out the Moment PB&J's, can anyone provide any advice?

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The PB&J is a great option. The extra width will allow you to float better in the softer snow and plow through some of the crud. I like the mustache rocker, the camber underfoot keeps the ski really versatile. I bet you will end up skiing this a lot on the East Coast, before I left in 2008 I had a 98mm underfoot.

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it doesn't get much better...

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I was looking for a pair of everyday/all-mountain skis. The PB&J filled that need, and exceeded my expectations. Most days out of the year I find myself asking the question "what ski should I take out today?" Well, now I don't have to ask. The PB&J float through pow, bust through crud, and are light and poppy enough to take runs through the park. The mustache rocker gives me the confidence to drive the ski downhill and not lean back when I hit variable snow. Honestly these skis make me feel like a better skier. If you are thinking about buying them, don't wait, you will NOT regret it.

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Soooooo Gooooooood

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is a great everyday ski, it slays in the park and it's great off the beaten path. The width and shape are perfect for someone that's looking to shred some left over pow and hit up the park on the way back to the lift. They're light and adaptable for hikes in the back country as well. Having a ski that you can take on a long tour and be confident it will be able to handle any type of condition really puts your mind at ease so you can focus on the important things.... like which picture to post on instagram.

Soooooo Gooooooood
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Super fun Jibby Ski that can do it all

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The PB&J makes a great park ski, but I like um because they are so fun and playful even out of the park. I've used mine as a light touring ski and I've even skied the Middle Teton in variable spring conditions with them. I mounted them close to center and I love how solid the feel landing/taking off switch. If you plan to use them a more of an all around ripper you might want to mount them further back to improve tip float and directional handling. Full disclosure, I'm a Moment athlete.

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Best one ski quiver.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have skied the iciest runs in snowbird with this, I have gone cat skiing in canda with it and shred it in the park all the time. By far my favorite ski

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If I could...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If i could only ride a single pair of skis for an entire season this would be them. I'm really glad they've made them a bit stiffer this year or i'm losing weight, one or the other. Really stable and versatile ski and I love the graphics.

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Can not have a bad time on these

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you are looking for just one ski that can do it all this is for sure the one you want. I skied on this 14/15 model a few times this last season and the 13/14 model a bunch as well and I'll tell ya, this ski can go anywhere on the mountain. You can take it to the park for a few laps and when you're done doing that you can head on over to some steep powder covered hills and rip down those. I especially love this ski in the park, the width of it gives you a sense of stability and confidence to send that big booter while its lightness make swapping on a rail a piece of cake. The rocker in the tip and tail make it extra butter and playful as well. If you're like me and mostly stay in the park but like to venture of when there is some fresh snow or you want something different this is for sure the ski for you.