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  1. #2951
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigdude2468 View Post
    Luke Jacobsen / Moment strongly recommends mounting on the line due to triple camber. Not doing so changes the ski dramatically.
    Yeah, I wouldn't go either direction as things will get wonky...
    AND, I've played with the mount point on a buncha (non triple camber) Moments and the boys do a really good job placing the line.

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  2. #2952
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    Quote Originally Posted by scmartin69 View Post
    Yeah, I wouldn't go either direction as things will get wonky...
    AND, I've played with the mount point on a buncha (non triple camber) Moments and the boys do a really good job placing the line.

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    Yea for sure. I don't plan on moving off the line. I am

  3. #2953
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  4. #2954
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    Fuck yes ^^


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  5. #2955
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    So theyíre water skis? ;-)
    I ski 135 degree chutes switch to the road.

  6. #2956
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    2 more days till the line drops I'm sooooo pumped

  7. #2957
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    Just got a notification that the C108 is available in my size. Looks sick!
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  8. #2958
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    I tried to get to their site and it is asking for a password

  9. #2959
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    Quote Originally Posted by CouloirInTheLines View Post
    Just got a notification that the C108 is available in my size. Looks sick!
    I have absolutely no need for a C108, but that topsheet is amazing.

  10. #2960
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    If they have a commander and a narrow Deathwish tour those will be some super exciting additions. I wonder if itíll be a 108 commander or the 98Ö

    Quote Originally Posted by SUPERIOR View Post
    Fuck yes ^^


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  11. #2961
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    In terms of ski characteristics, how come the meridan tour hasn't stayed in moment's "official" lineup? Not enough people liking full rocker at that width? Too stiff?

  12. #2962
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    Quote Originally Posted by brundo View Post
    In terms of ski characteristics, how come the meridan tour hasn't stayed in moment's "official" lineup? Not enough people liking full rocker at that width? Too stiff?
    Have you skied the regular layup meridian?


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  13. #2963
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeHuWe View Post
    Have you skied the regular layup meridian?


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    I haven't.

    I talked to the guys at moment and they recommended the meridian tour as a do it all touring ski that does well in tight trees. So I was curious to why the WC108 and DW seem to be the leaders as the do-it-all touring ski versus the meridian

  14. #2964
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatboy64 View Post
    I tried to get to their site and it is asking for a password
    Might want to check again...

  15. #2965
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melee View Post
    Might want to check again...
    Commander Tour has metal! Damn, you guys arent screwing around.

  16. #2966
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdadour View Post
    Commander Tour has metal! Damn, you guys arent screwing around.
    Yea, it was a pain in the ass.

  17. #2967
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    Man the Commanders look so sweet. Are you going to be running demo days this year?

  18. #2968
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    Quote Originally Posted by thejongiest View Post
    Man the Commanders look so sweet. Are you going to be running demo days this year?
    No set plans at this time. We always demo out of our factory for free if you're in the area.

    We try to push all of our retailers to carry demo skis although most of them do not bring the Commander on as a demo...

  19. #2969
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melee View Post
    Yea, it was a pain in the ass.
    Impressive. Noticed the Deathwish 104 has a beefed up core. Is the beech the only difference in the core than normal Deathwish? Is beech more damp than ash?

  20. #2970
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    Moment Skis Discussion

    Quote Originally Posted by brundo View Post
    I haven't.

    I talked to the guys at moment and they recommended the meridian tour as a do it all touring ski that does well in tight trees. So I was curious to why the WC108 and DW seem to be the leaders as the do-it-all touring ski versus the meridian
    I donít own any touring skis, I just put a cast on all of the sets I own. So you can take my opinion for what it is. I have both the regular meridian and the wc108 in my current quiver.

    I have and still tour on the wc108 and the regular meridian. I think the lack of popularity might be due to skiers not being fully comfortable with a full rockered ski that is not a pow specific tool only. That being said I think the wc108/DW are more popular in the touring modes because folks ski touring donít know how to set a skin track (they go straight up). Thatís been the only limitation I have found with a the meridian is going up hill when I donít set the skin track myself (small contact patch on firmer snow).

    When it comes to the down the fully rockered ski makes for a blast on anything that isnít completely frozen. Thatís where the wc108/DW shine because they have camber underfoot so they handle very firm/ icy conditions better.


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  21. #2971
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdadour View Post
    Impressive. Noticed the Deathwish 104 has a beefed up core. Is the beech the only difference in the core than normal Deathwish? Is beech more damp than ash?
    We also use European Beech on the Commander series.

    We tested so many variations of a Deathwish 104 from materials to sidecuts. We didn't just scale down the OG Deathwish.

    Yes, Beech is a heavier and more dense wood than Ash so it does provide a more stable platform in harder snow that you most likely encounter on a 104 ski vs a 112 ski.

    We also found the ski to be a lot more torsionally rigid and quicker edge to edge with the Beech.

  22. #2972
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    Quote Originally Posted by BeHuWe View Post
    I think the lack of popularity might be due to skiers not being fully comfortable with a full rockered ski that is not a pow specific tool only.
    This^^

  23. #2973
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    Moment killing it with the topsheets yet again. Damn the Wildcat tours look amazing this year!

  24. #2974
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrgha View Post
    Moment killing it with the topsheets yet again. Damn the Wildcat tours look amazing this year!
    Thanks for the stoke.

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  25. #2975
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    You had at least one graphic by B Casimes several years ago, right?

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