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Wine and dine the Moment Ruby Ski with powder, then take it back to the trees to turn things out until darkness falls. At 111mm at the waist, you won't have to wrestle to get it on top; the Ruby is already there. Unlike a certain significant other who might get catty when it's cold, the Ruby holds strong in the white room. Through ravaged runouts or pedicure-busting chutes, the Ruby's hand-laid wood core provides stability and a smooth, forgiving flex. Warm up your dice hand and hit the road to Nevada because you'll want to thank Moment for this fat and happy ride.

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Finally had a few variable days on the skis

    I finally was able to put a few days on these skis to get a feel for them. First off I have the 180s with BD01 tele bindings mounted with boot center 4 cm behind recommended boot center, and I ski them in the Sierra's.

    They are great in powder, no tip dive especially for a non-rockered ski.
    They bust through tracked out Sierra cement quite nicely although with 111 underfoot sometimes they tend to float a bit more than I'd like.
    Super light!! Just over 12lbs with the 01 bindings.
    Hold their own on groomers, a little tip wobble at mach-chicken when I get tired an not applying enough force on the rear foot. The wider ski takes a run or two to get use to laying it on its side, but not an issue at all with the camber and side cut.
    Backcountry they are super light and great for breaking trail.
    I got the 130 wide G3 Alpinist skins and they fit perfect!
    The length is a true 180 if measured tip to tail along the base. The point of contact is a bit less due to the tip & tail.
    Much more stable in straight lining it in a parallel stance than my other skis.

    Need to take your time on ice...but it isn't an ice ski so not a problem.
    Not a big fan of the twin tip, but each their own.
    Top sheets are not the strongest, will scratch, but who cares as long as the ski performs.
    I do wish it was a rockered ski just because that is the new craze.

    Overall I absolutely love this ski and will probably ski it on almost everything except for Spring Corn.

    Does it all, every day

      I mounted up a pair of Rubys with Marker F10 tours last winter and have skied them in a host of conditions since. The Ruby is super light for its size, making for easy climbing on long tours. At 111 underfoot, I've found it wide enough to provide great float in Utah and Jackson pow, as well as late season Sierra and Cascade slush. The ski has a nice medium flex, which is stiff enough to power through variable snow, but didn't beat me up when skiing sun cups at the bottom of a huge descent on Shasta. I've only skied it a few times inbounds on groomers, but the traditional camber and medium sidecut did a nice job when I did. Overall, I absolutely love how versatile and fun the Ruby is - a true one ski quiver.

      Does it all, every day

      I just ordered some 180 Rubys to mount BD01s on them and not sure what skins to get...What skins are you using? They look like BD, does the nose wire fit well or did you have to do some improvising?

      Does anyone else know what skins will work easily with the Moment Ruby's?

      I just called Moment to see what they...

      I just called Moment to see what they recommended for mounting telemark bindings on a pair of Moment Ruby's...They said to use the boot center method to measure. For aggressive tele skier's they recommend -4cm from marked boot center, and for intermediate skiers use -6cm from marked boot center. Hope this helps for anyone trying to mount them on their own.

      I'm going for 4cm and let you know how they work out later.

      How do these compare to the k2 sidestash...

      How do these compare to the k2 sidestash?

      Haven't skied them both, but The Rubys have traditional camber, while the Sidestash has slight traditional camber underfoot with a nose rocker. A friend said he absolutely loves the rocker on his SS especially in the BC variable snow. I believe the Ruby's weight a bit less than the Sidestash (SS 174 - 9.1 lbs vs. Ruby 180 - 8.6 lbs). I've read amazing reviews about them both, what are you planning on using them for?

      You don't need early rise on the Ruby. I used to ski the 190cm version before the Bibby Pro was created and had no trouble with float in conditions of up to 16" of new snow.

      That aside, the Ruby will not be offered in 2011/2012. Instead, there will be a ski 116mm in the waist with a flat tail and tip rocker in a medium flex.