The Moment Wildcat Ski, new to the line for this winter, has some big shoes to fill in replacing Moments best-selling ski of all time, the Bibby. Like its predecessor, the Wildcat is built to handle everything a pow day at your local resort can throw at you. Whether you're taking your first run of the day in top-to-bottom fresh or hopping on last chair to blast through some chunder, the Wildcat has got your back. It achieves this versatility thanks to a wide, but manageable waist, mustache rocker profile, and long turning radius.
The Wildcat's fat waist, varying from 114mm in the 164cm to 118mm in the 190cm is a little wider then most peoples daily drivers, allowing it to successfully float in deep snow and provide stability while you straight line chopped up crud and ice in your favorite chute. The Mustache rocker features early rise in the tip and tail to further help you rip the deep untouched pow as well as let you skip over chopped up snow at the bottom of your line. Working hand-in-hand with the early rise, camber underfoot in this profile allows you to rip groomers when the snow gets baked or simply maintain an edge on the way back to your favorite pow day lift. Finally, the long turn radius provides an extremely stable and reliable ride when at high speeds and helps prevent you from catching an edge or having your tips bounce around and chatter.
- In-bounds workhorse for deep days at your local hill
- Beefy waist width crushes fresh snow and crud
- Mustache rocker profile provides exceptional versatility
- Aspen and pine core is poppy, durable, and responsive
- Full UHMW sidewalls add durability and longevity
- Biax and triax fiberglass and carbon provide a consistent flex
- Sintered base absorbs wax for a long lasting fast ride
- Item #MMT003B
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've skied these a lot in WY in the 184 and 190 lengths. Both are awesome! If I had to choose just one I would do the 190. These skis love to go fast, make bigger arching turns, or no turns and take things to 11. They stomp cliffs, rip pow, and when you're on the groomer getting back to the bottom, they'll set train tracks down in the snow. For touring on deeper days these things are awesome to bring out. The rockered tip and tail make for a surfy, catch-free ride, and the camber underfoot gives you some life and spring in the ski to play with. For a large, stable, charging ski, these are my go to!
I am 5'10", and 150lbs.