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  1. #2851
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    Quote Originally Posted by sruffian View Post
    AEV just come down to reno and swing by the shop...let them know you nuked the moment thread and i'm suuuure they'll hook you up hahaha

    in all seriousness though the deals you see now are as good as it'll get online based on how the last few years have gone w/ moment. sold some 2012 bibby's two years ago and *still* regretting despite a very strong quiver. You're right you just click in and go, anywhere any day
    LMAO. Fuck. I laughed but I actually fucked up here, so I shouldn't. Moments are sick. Sickest of the sick. I wish I didn't burn this bridge. I should note that Moment just got caught in my insano braino crossfire, I never actually directed much if anything towards. I've skied so many of their skis and have less complaints than practically every other brand. They make some of the best skis on this planet. If I was to go on a powder seeking spaceship to some unknown condition planet, I'd probably pick a Wildcat.

    I used to go to the shop all the time. I whacked my head/neck pretty bad and forget names, but the front dude with long blonde hair was a master skier knowledge man and set everything up awesomely.

  2. #2852
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    Quote Originally Posted by sruffian View Post
    sold some 2012 bibby's two years ago and *still* regretting despite a very strong quiver.
    Thanks for those, got me on the Moment train hard.


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  3. #2853
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    I guess if someone wants to get on a Moment demo sale I've got a pair of first year 188 commander 98s. 16 days no core shots. They have only been used this year. They are mounted with attack at13 demos. I may post on Gear Swap and will give you all first crack. 300 flat 400 with bindings. They are located in SLC.

  4. #2854
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    I have a pair of this years commander 108 188s with p15s that I will be selling in the winter but could part with now. They have been mounted twice for a 310 BSL. They are currently at +2 from rec, other holes were OTL. Was thinking $575 with the pivots $400 flat. Open to offers.
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  5. #2855
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    oh god. i've wanted some commanders for awhile...
    "With Hitler, the more I learn about the guy, the more I don't care for him." -Norm Macdonald

  6. #2856
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    Speaking of commanders this was the first year I went 100% Moment quiver. I have other skis but those skis now have dust and cobwebs due to these skis. Not coincidentally I had maybe my most fun year ever at the Alterra Mountain Resort soon to be Formerly Known As Squaw Valley. Wildcats are exactly what I wanted and more, a pow ski that made skied out snow, and things other than pow fun as hell.

    I'm curious if anyone has spent time on both the newer Commander 108s and this 19/20 knife owl version and can compare them since one day in the future they will probably need replacing. I absolutely love the more center mounted feel and their pivoty and slidey ability, yet are so crazy fun to carve big fast turns on, I want more of that and am curious to know if the newer version feels similar.

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  7. #2857
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    Anyone wish they had downsized there WC 108 Tours from a 190 to a 184? Iíd like to try the 190 and have a drilled 1x for 314 BSL in the line 184 WC 108 Tour Iíd trade straight across for a 190 WC 108 Tour or 190 DW Tour. Not selling the 184s though. Probably donít need to do it but Spring always gets me thinking about ski quiver adjustments


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  8. #2858
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    Quote Originally Posted by hick View Post
    Anyone wish they had downsized there WC 108 Tours from a 190 to a 184? Iíd like to try the 190 and have a drilled 1x for 314 BSL in the line 184 WC 108 Tour Iíd trade straight across for a 190 WC 108 Tour or 190 DW Tour. Not selling the 184s though. Probably donít need to do it but Spring always gets me thinking about ski quiver adjustments


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    Not exactly what you're asking, but I didn't upsize to the 190, rather I stayed with the 184 and how no remorse or regret about that at all. (I'm 6'1 205)

  9. #2859
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    Ima tossing this out as a place holder- Moment is missing the boat; the boat is leaving the dock.

    Moving that factory to the big house in the sky & ignoring the the obvious.....


    It may be time for myself to move on

  10. #2860
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    Quote Originally Posted by iriponsnow View Post
    Ima tossing this out as a place holder- Moment is missing the boat; the boat is leaving the dock.

    Moving that factory to the big house in the sky & ignoring the the obvious.....


    It may be time for myself to move on
    What

  11. #2861
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr_pretzel View Post
    What
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    "With Hitler, the more I learn about the guy, the more I don't care for him." -Norm Macdonald

  12. #2862
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    Quote Originally Posted by stealurface831 View Post
    x2

    new graphic^^

  13. #2863
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    Going to part with my 190 WC108 tours + g3 skins after a final cruise to the beartooths in a week.

    I found the skis to be awesome, but they just really arenít very different from the wildcat 118 tour, which is my favorite ski ever, period.

    They are drilled twice, one set of holes for kingpins at roughly 315 bsl and another for plum/Dynafit in the same range.

    Used less than 30 days.

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  14. #2864
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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERIOR View Post
    Going to part with my 190 WC108 tours + g3 skins after a final cruise to the beartooths in a week.

    I found the skis to be awesome, but they just really arenít very different from the wildcat 118 tour, which is my favorite ski ever, period.

    They are drilled twice, one set of holes for kingpins at roughly 315 bsl and another for plum/Dynafit in the same range.

    Used less than 30 days.

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    PM'd. Been searching for these used for a while

  15. #2865
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    How does float and powder experience of the Comi compare to Wildcat? I found a good deal on original Comis but not sure if it would give me much more over my Wildcats. I ride in Tahoe area.

  16. #2866
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    I have the OG 186 cambered Comi and the 192 rockered swallowtail version. Previously owned the WC (Blister Pro) in a 190. Sold them because I was either reaching for a deathwish or a Comi, depending on conditions.

    Are Comis as versatile as a WC? No.

    But nothing floats and hauls ass on pow days like a Comi. Nothing.
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    If you're not standing on the fucking traverse with your thumb up your ass you wont get checked.

    dumbfuck.

  17. #2867
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    I have the '12 comis and love them. I haven't skied the WC but have the deathwish. Also in Tahoe and my current soft snow touring quiver is Volie Charger and Comi's. I would expect the floatation of the charger's isn't too far off the WC's but there is a very big difference in floatation between the chargers and the Comi's. I love them for deep sketchy bc days where the fattness makes less steep slopes way more fun especially in our thicker tahoe "pow". In bounds I would only pick the comi's over the chargers maybe 1 day a year, but in the backcountry I pull them out for 5-6 days a year and have never once regretted bringing them.

    I could write pages on how much I love those comi's. They haul ass and float like a champ. The wide platform also makes landing airs a lot easier. If only they were lighter I would tour on them a lot more.

  18. #2868
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    Ha if someone's convinced by those posts I have a pair of the stiff blems with one small core shot and one mount for cheap. I just haven't been using them and would be happy to see someone out on them.

  19. #2869
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    Quote Originally Posted by abraham View Post
    Ha if someone's convinced by those posts I have a pair of the stiff blems with one small core shot and one mount for cheap. I just haven't been using them and would be happy to see someone out on them.
    Clear out your inbox, I can't send you messages

  20. #2870
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    Quote Originally Posted by AEV View Post
    Clear out your inbox, I can't send you messages
    Fixed!

  21. #2871
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    There was a pair of 190 Wildcat 108s on Evo last night for $599, and I almost grabbed them. I held off because I want the 118mm one, but I'm regretting it a little bit now.

    It got me curious, does anyone prefer the 108 over the 116/118?

  22. #2872
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    Quote Originally Posted by AEV View Post
    There was a pair of 190 Wildcat 108s on Evo last night for $599, and I almost grabbed them. I held off because I want the 118mm one, but I'm regretting it a little bit now.

    It got me curious, does anyone prefer the 108 over the 116/118?
    Don't do it. Get the normal Wildcat. Or if you do want something narrower, get the Deathwish. In my experience, the Deathwish triple camber has more grip than the 108, and is nearly as stable and damp.

  23. #2873
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdadour View Post
    Don't do it. Get the normal Wildcat.
    Ok. I was feeling that last night. Thanks. Gonna buy the WC118. I'm going to demo the 190 Deathwish for sure, could be game changers for me.

  24. #2874
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdadour View Post
    Don't do it. Get the normal Wildcat. Or if you do want something narrower, get the Deathwish. In my experience, the Deathwish triple camber has more grip than the 108, and is nearly as stable and damp.
    This is my quiver. 190 WC 118 and DW. Didnít ski any other skis in bounds this season. DW everyday driver, WC when itís 6-8+

    Perfect combo for me.

  25. #2875
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    Quote Originally Posted by AEV View Post
    There was a pair of 190 Wildcat 108s on Evo last night for $599, and I almost grabbed them. I held off because I want the 118mm one, but I'm regretting it a little bit now.

    It got me curious, does anyone prefer the 108 over the 116/118?
    I have both. They're both great, just the 108 is my daily driver and the 118 comes out when there's more than 6 inches of fresh.
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

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