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Everyday fun.

The idea of a one-ski-quiver has been around for a while now, and every ski company has released a number of variations on that theme. The folks at Moment acknowledge the craze of the all-around ski but take it with a grain of salt. In their words, they "don't believe in one-ski-quivers, but if they did, it would be the PB&J." Moment Skis, based in the US, has always been about skiers and the ski experience, so for ut to concede to the all-around capabilities of a ski is really saying something. At 101mm underfoot, this ski falls smack dab in the middle of the all-mountain do-it-all class of skis.

Contributing greatly to the way the PB&j skis is Moment's signature Mustache Rocker, which features rocker in the tip and tail, and camber underfoot. The camber underfoot combined with full-length vertical sidewalls give the ski excellent grip when carving on hard snow, while the rockered tip and tail give the ski a floaty, surfy feel in softer snow. This profile also helps the ski feel damp and stable at speeds but gives it surprising maneuverability in tight trees and bumps. An aspen and pine core laced with a carbon fiber and fiberglass matrix lighten up the ski and give it some extra pop and torsional rigidity. For extra durability and peace of mind, heavy 2.2mm edges and a 1.2 mm 4001 sintered base are used, providing extra resistance to catastrophic ski damage from rocks and the like. If you're looking for a ski that is is playful, stable, poppy, quick, agile and versatile, you won't be disappointed with the PB&J. Just don't tell the guys at Moment that it's your "one-ski-quiver."

  • Mustache rocker (rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot)
  • Sandwich construction with vertical sidewalls
  • Aspen/pine core with carbon fiber stringers
  • 101mm underfoot
  • Thick base and edges

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5 5

All Time

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

Fantastic Western daily driver. Enough float for pow even though its only 101 underfoot. Manages to somehow remain playful and stable at the same time. An impressive amount of pop, and will send you sky-high with minimal effort. Makes an accurate an effortless turn on the steeps. Love it.

Hi,

Currently I have a pair of rossi...

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Hi,

Currently I have a pair of rossi s7's. I love them. They're amazing in powder, trees, and handle crud and cord just fine. I am an east coast skiier and some times we have to wait a while for new snow. I'm looking for a ski that will still be fun in trees but can handle hard snow and bumps better than the s7's.

My understanding is that these skis will be a bit stiff than my s7's, this combined with being a bit narrower in the waist lead me to believe that these are the skis I'm looking for.

My only concern is that there may be a bit too much overlap with my s7 and I should try to find something a little skinnier.

Any advice is greatly appreciated!

(I'm 6'4" 210)

Best Answer Responded on

Well if you think your S7 does all what you describe and have enjoyed that size and shape, I bet you will like the Moment even better. It's narrower width will make it feel quicker edge to edge and handle the groomers better. You won't get all that massive tip flap like the S7 has at speeds either.

Living on the east coast you may decide to just ski the Moment every single day except for the big snow days. If you routinely get about 6" or less when it snows I personally don't think you will ski the S7 much anymore. Throw it in the corner and wait for the big day, it's ok to start a quiver because nobody can have enough skis! If you find that it just collects dust then sell it and move on.

In my opinion you should decide if you want to start a quiver or just plan on skiing one ski no matter what the conditions. If you get enough snow to justify keeping the S7 then I do think you could go even narrower than the Moment. Especially being on the east coast I personally think you could have so much more fun and just a whole different experience on something narrower.

If you decide to go down the narrower ski road and want some suggestions then let me know. I would just like to know other skis you have owned and liked over the last few years.

Good luck.

So I'm in between siZes. I am looming at...

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So I'm in between siZes. I am looming at the 172 or going bigger. I am 5'9 160 lbs, I ski a 183 faction 4.0 and a 185 jj however I will be using this ski as a daily driver and do enjoy skiing trees. Anyone have any opinion on the two sizes, I don't want it to be squirrelly at high speeds but I won't be skiing any powder with this ski.

My home resorts are vail and a basin.

Any advice would be great!

Responded on

I'm 5'10" and 175lbs and I bought the last pair of 182's (sorry). I ski out West (Tahoe) and if I could say my home resort was Vail then I would not go that small. With the tail rocker and twin-tip, it skis pretty short. If you've got 2 pairs of skis with 115mm+ under waist, then you can handle a longer ski- maybe not 188, but don't limit yourself to the 172.

Best Answer Responded on

I also have 182 and find that they are super agile! If anything I could have probably gone for the 188 and I dont think I would have been hindered by the length at all. The 182 sounds like it'd be a better bet than the 172 as it does ski a bit shorter due to the rocker (tip/tail). Super fun ski though!

Responded on

If you're a good skier, go with the 182, no question. I'm 5ft10in and 175lbs, I ski the 182, and I sometimes wish I had the 188 for going wide open. At your height and weight, the 182 is perfect.

I'm about to buy these in a 182 and I'll...

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I'm about to buy these in a 182 and I'll likely mount them at either the recommended line or 1cm back. I'm wondering what width brake I'm going to need if I go with the Rossignol Axial2 bindings. Basically, how firm is that 100mm max recommended width? What did other owners use?

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Hello,

I mounted mine with a pair of Marker Jester's with a brake width of 110mm and they fit fine on the skis with no problems so far. I probably wouldn't go beyond 110mm though.The skis are 101mm under foot and I'm not really sure how firm the 100mm brake width on the XL Axial2 is, but you could always bend them out if they didn't fit properly.

Responded on

I ended up putting the Axial2 bindings with the wider brake (115mm) on them, no issues. They splay a little when carrying them, but they don't hang over so much that they drag when making high angle carving turns.

5 5

PBJ Time!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I got the 2014 model in 188cm and I absolutely love them. I've had them through a variety of conditions so far and they have not let me down in any area. I have them mounted a bit further toward the centre then the recommended mounting position, (which is 5cm away from true centre) and I find them very easy to maneuver. To me this is an amazing all mountain and freeride ski.

PBJ Time!
5 5

Totally bodacious

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I took one look at these skis and said, "schwing! They will be mine, oh yes, they will be mine."

In all seriousness, these badboys rip. Couldnt be happier. No pow on them yet, but i dont doubt their abilities

5 5

Five Out of Five

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

First and foremost, this is an absolutely awesome ski. I replaced my 183 Line Blend with 188 PB&Js and couldn't be happier. It is stable and charger, and somehow still playful and forgiving. It is extremely well balanced, and is perfect for when there's less than ideal conditions at Jackson Hole. I would not recommend it for park unless you seriousrly ripp, because its on the stiffer side, but it can still get the job done.

Carves well, handles moguls well, stable, fun all mountain ski. Trees are a breeze, ski steeps with ease, and jib the whole mountain with unlimited steaze. The construction is bomber and its handmade in the USA. What more could you ask for.

5 5

Multi-tool mini-Bibby

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ski the PB&J a lot: early season, late season, and during dry spells. This ski can do it all, from ripping groomers to bashing bumps and even skiing pow, if you find any around. Unlike other 100mm-wide skis I've had, this one releases easily and stays agile in chop thanks to the tip and tail rocker, making it easier to ski in varying conditions. The camber underfoot has plenty of juice for high-speed carving, even more so in the 188 length than the 182, but I prefer the shorter length. I find the 182 great for casual cruising, where I would have to be more on top of the bigger ski when I'd rather be relaxed. In either length, the PB&J is a solid quiver addition for the West as a groomer-day/spring conditions ski. If I lived back East, I might go with the 188 as my one-ski quiver, because in the longer length it has the float and stability to act like a mini-big-mountain ski.

5 5

It Does Everything.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought these skis to replace a 184 Volkl Mantra as an everyday East Coast ski. I wanted a ski with more rocker and a more playful feel for powder, bumps and trees. I also need a ski that rails groomers and hard pack. I ski this mainly in Vermont and its a perfect for to use all day on any terrain. The PB and J is also light but super stable at high speeds. This is ski is a ripper.

Responded on

Hey man, what's your height and weight and what length are you rockin'? I'm looking to get these as my EC daily driver as well, and am trying to decide on length (182v188)...thanks dude!

Responded on

Dunno about mmartino, but I am 5'10" 175lbs and I ski the 182. I have skied the 188, and it rips, but I would only choose it if I couldn't have any other skis (powder, etc) and I wanted something that could charge and float better. In the 182 it is light and playful and still can carve really well.

Responded on

I'm 6'1", 190 lbs. and I'm on the 188 cm. The height is just perfect considering the bindings are mounted further forward than your average ski.

5 5

Amazing.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

While a few things have changed between the 2012 (mine) and the 2013 I can still say these are super fun skis. I had them mounted up with Barons and took them to NZ for about 14 days skiing and they were amazing fun! They handled the extremely mixed conditions we had very well. From a few inches of fresh snow to wet manky snow after a warm stuff. They also handled touring pretty well, didnt feel heavy at all!

I would definitely recommend to anyone looking for a super playful all mountain ripper.