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When the snow conditions are unpredictable, you can't go wrong with the Moment Tahoe Ski. The Tahoe's Triple Camber profile 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. Not to mention, the wood is sandwiched 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 a yeti is hot on your tail.
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.
- A versatile, nimble ski for the East or West coasts
- 96mm width waist is ideal for chunder and hardpack
- Front rocker and overall camber offers float and speed
- Steel edges and sintered base charge through chunder
- Pine and aspen core is playful, yet stable
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Rejoice On Low Tide Days
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
The Tahoe is the weapon of choice for the skier who can slay the ice with such smooth precision that when ski patrol finally catches up at the lift, they simply give you a high five. At the same time, it can also shut down and pivot on a dime for those who see hard-packed chutes with chocolate chips and sharks teeth as an invitation to get radical when all others have given up to simply lusting over last week’s Instagram powder shot.
I am 5’8’’ 170lbs, grew up racing at Whiteface, a.k.a. ICE-Face Mountain, and when the snow gods have frowned and left the slopes scrapped bare by those endless pizza parties with a rear-entry boot dress code the 178cm Tahoe puts a smile on my face. For those who know how to lay trench while dragging their inside knuckles across a frozen slope, finding a pure carving ski is as easy as calling up one of your former racing cohorts and scoring a “bro deal” on something with just enough edge left from daily 7 degree bevel tuning to get you through those days where you turn your music to full metal and unleash a vortex of wind and speed on those unsuspecting mobile giant slalom gates littering the resort. The challenge is finding a ski that allows you to carve like Alberto Tomba (the OG 90s “Playboy of the Piste”) and unleash just as much suave Italian style upon small kickers, moguls, powder stashes, and rehashed mushy chop.
Handmade in the USA by the ski wizards at Moment, the Tahoe puts a smile on my face when the powder hose is off here in Utah. There isn’t a slice of terrain at Alta or Snowbird this ski can’t slay with style and precision. If I were still back east on Cloudspin, Lookout below, Ripcord, Cascade, the Fourrunner Quad Liftline, or planning a tour out of North Conway or Keene Valley I’d have a pair of Tahoes; one mounted with Look Pivots, the other with tech bindings, and THAT would be my quiver.
The Tahoe’s Triple Camber and tip rocker are what make this ski THE choice over a pair of FIS caliber carving sticks when your world no longer includes bashing gates. The micro cambers allow for a relief of the main center camber that I am convinced allow this ski to pivot with bases flat in situations where there isn’t room to carve, and a full camber skinny carving stick may catch an edge and send you on a high-side journey to the dentist.
The Tahoe is remarkably stable for a light ski, and while it may begin to protest slightly at Mach Jesus with some tip flap; simply lay it over, put your ass to the ice-blasted preverbal grass, and cut an epic carve. This light weight will pay dividends when making quick transitions down narrow icy chutes or bouncing over luge tracks in the trees. The tip rocker keeps the ski fun in a few inches of powder or over the resort chop, and helps through uneven moguls.
Grab the Tahoe and rejoice in the short lift lines of a low tide day.
I highly recommend complimenting the Tahoe with Look Pivot Bindings.
If you live in a place where you don’t get out of bed for anything less than 8 inches, check out the Moment Bibby.
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The Moment Tahoe 5 stars
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I am 6foot 3in, 190lbs. I had the first generation Tahoe in a 188cm and rode it hard for 5 years. Although much has happened to improve upon this original design this review is a testament to the quality of this ski and the Moment brand. This is a all mountain shredder that can still crush the park! Its light, fast and playful. Does good in powder, powers through chop, carves hard on groomers and is super fun in the park and pipe.
The Moment team really knows what they are doing and this handmade ski is a tribute to there commitment to quality. I originally bought the ski as an all mountain ski for various conditions that I could still run hot laps in the park. It instantly blew me away in both. It is a ski you can drop big lines, rip through the bumps, carve high-speed turns and then through down in the park.
After ripping the skis hard for on my alpine setup for 3 years I decided to give them second life transfer them to telemark bindings, they were just to much fun! As my progression in the sport continued I pushed these skies of cliffs, down steep lines and in the backcountry.
These skies took a beating; 5 years, 4 states, 15+ deferent resorts, 2 bindings types (that's 18hloes/ski) and lots of fun. When they finally broke after landing on a rock early season it was an obvious decision to immediately order my next pare of Moments. The Tahoe was fun, versatile and durable and this is why I give this ski 5 stars
Please Contact me anytime if you would like to discuss these or any other products. I would be stoked to help you get on a unique setup for your skill, type and style of skiing!