Shred it all.
When the snow conditions are unpredictable (read: less than ideal), you can't go wrong with the Moment Tahoe Ski. The Tahoe's Triple Camber profile (we miss the days when Moment called it Mullet Rocker) makes it beyond capable all over the mountain, combining a gently rockered tip and tail with strategically placed camber sections underfoot and fore and aft of the bindings for float, quickness, and powerful edge hold on hardpack and in variable snow conditions.
Built with tough sandwich construction and UHMW sidewalls, the Tahoe is extremely durable, light, and resistant to separation. Moment engineers gave the Tahoe a poppy, lightweight aspen and pine wood core that makes it as sweet and playful on a powder day as it is on freshly groomed corduroy, and sandwiched the wood between multiple layers of fiberglass for torsional stiffness before topping it off with carbon fiber stringers for extra pop and stability so you can power through crud and rally down groomers like the yeti from SkiFree is chasing you.
With its 96mm waist, the Tahoe is a bestseller in places like the East Coast and the Alps, where chundery and hardpack days are a way of life, but that doesn't mean it can't rip it up in Rocky Mountain pow. The tail rocker makes it surprisingly nimble in tight spots, too, so you can shred Vermont trees like a mongoose running through a pit of cobras. Edges can be a game-changer, too, especially when you blow one out, so Moment equipped the Tahoe with 2.2mm Rockwell 48 steel edges. Oh, and we can't forget Moment's Durasurf 4001 sintered base material that can take a beating
while staying fast.
- Triple Camber profile
- Aspen and pine core
- Triaxial and biaxial fiberglass laminates
- Carbon fiber stringers
- Sandwich construction with UHMW sidewalls
- 48 Rockwell steel edges
- Durasurf sintered base
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