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Nick Knecht

Nick Knecht

Nick Knecht

Nick Knecht wrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift

My girlfriend grew up skiing her whole life and can handle most of the terrain out there. But last season I got her the Sierras, and immediately she stepped it up a notch - or three. She was making quicker turns, getting better edge control, and was just plain faster. I could tell that she was more comfortable. She said she could feel the triple camber biting into the snow so she was not skipping around as much, allowing her to make more fluid turns.

Long story short, not changing anything else, these skis alone improved her skiing. This has proven to be the gift that keeps on giving. ;-)

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Nick Knecht

Nick Knecht wrote a review of on September 29, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

These skis were so sick when I rode them in Jackson Hole. Everything from the hard pack in the trees to the long-ass Jackson top-to-bottom groomers was so much fun. I felt like I could ski these things a million miles an hour! I had so much confidence in that triple camber when I was getting way over on edge making huge turns down the steep groomers. Then I was taking them in the trees through the firm bumped out snow and crud and I was still able to have so much fun. I give this ski a 10/10 in the all mountain category.

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Nick Knecht

Nick Knecht wrote a review of on September 28, 2014

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

This is one of the more solid powder ski platforms that I've been on. I like how it's not a soft noodle and is full-bodied enough to let me get up some speed, and yet its full rocker profile lets me pivot and swivel like a forgiving playful ski. The triple-camber gives it a little more resistance when I get a little back seat.

I also like to spend time skiing around the hard-pack groomers. And while I was skeptical at first as to how these fattys would handle, I have to say that I felt like I could ski as fast as I wanted and still get an incredible edge grip. I think that when I got them over enough so that the micro camber points hit the snow, they dug into the snow like a serrated knife, giving me incredible grip and control.

I'm stoked on this improvement to Moment's previous Ghost Train model.

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Nick Knecht wrote a review of on November 25, 2012

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

The Dirty Mustache Camber gripped the hard pack and groomers like a cat's claws dig into my forearm when I reach down to pet it. I could rail out the turns with the confidence of an ice dancer. The 112mm waist and the rockered tip and tail got me bouncing through the pow and slashing as I pleased. I get the best of both worlds when I'm on the Deathwish.

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