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Arnzo wrote a review of on March 22, 2013

4 5

I've only had a chance to ski on these a couple days (190 cm). One day in BC backcountry in waist deep pow and the other in slush. In the pow category I also have DPS 112RPs in a 190, Belefontes in a 187 (everyday ski) and Volkl Shiros in a 193. The Moment Bibby's are well built and ski fairly stiff relative to the Volkls and the DPS. Great to have a USA made quality ski at a reasonable price. Keeping in mind that I don't ski switch, my only negative comment is the amount of tail there is on these skis. If you mount them on the recommended line there is a lot of ski behind you and to me feels like what is in front of you is a bit short. I'm currently moving the bindings back (towards the tail) . On the sidewall there are two marks behind the factory line (also 2 in front) and I'm going to try these babies back one and 1/2 marks. I mounted my Belafontes on the line and they are great there but I think they are designed as more of a directional ski. The one other thing I would look out for is base bevel on the Moments. Both my Belefontes and Bibbys seem to come out of the wrapper with a lot of base bevel and my tuning guy had to grind them.

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Arnzo wrote a review of on January 22, 2007

5 5

If you are looking for a puffy that is built to ski, this is it. Its light and has a great cut with a little extra material to cover your rear. Great collar with a soft micro fleece liner (same inside pockets) and a great hood that works well over a helmet. I wore it in Stowe VT in below zero conditions with 30 to 40 mph winds and I was a happy camper.

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