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  1. #4926
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    Going crazy trying to find a Moment artists nameÖ

    Been pouring through old Moment brand catalogues and of course the only one I need isnít posted anywhere that I can find. Does anyone know where to view the Moment 22/23 ski catalogue? I just want to know the artist who made the art for the 22/23 Moment Sierra. Their style doesnít seem to match with any other Moment ski that I can find. Appreciate the help! I wish artists were credited right on the Moment website since their art is a very prominent part of their brand and as an artist I really enjoy learning about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sokolva View Post
    Been pouring through old Moment brand catalogues and of course the only one I need isnít posted anywhere that I can find. Does anyone know where to view the Moment 22/23 ski catalogue? I just want to know the artist who made the art for the 22/23 Moment Sierra. Their style doesnít seem to match with any other Moment ski that I can find. Appreciate the help! I wish artists were credited right on the Moment website since their art is a very prominent part of their brand and as an artist I really enjoy learning about them.

    I believe Max Louis Miller has been responsible for Moment Topsheet art for quite some time

  3. #4928
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sokolva View Post
    Been pouring through old Moment brand catalogues and of course the only one I need isnít posted anywhere that I can find. Does anyone know where to view the Moment 22/23 ski catalogue? I just want to know the artist who made the art for the 22/23 Moment Sierra. Their style doesnít seem to match with any other Moment ski that I can find. Appreciate the help! I wish artists were credited right on the Moment website since their art is a very prominent part of their brand and as an artist I really enjoy learning about them.
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    The 22/23 Moment Sierra was done by Max Louis Miller.

    Max has done a majority of the graphics for us since the beginning of Moment.

    This graphic is definitely a departure from from a standard MLM aesthetic but it's fun to try mix things up when you have been producing ski graphics for 20 years...

    He did every ski graphic in the non-reserve Moment 23/24 lineup that is live on our website now.

    Additionally, we haven't produced a catalog in several years. So it may be hard to find a comprehensive list of graphics for the past 4-5 seasons....

  4. #4929
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    Thank you Melee!

    Thank you very much, Melee!

  5. #4930
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    Quote Originally Posted by jvskinn View Post
    Wondering if anyone can offer some insight for me on the DW104's. It seems like most reviews tend to compare them to the DW112s, which I've never skied, so I don't really have a good reference point. For context, I put a lot of years on a pair of ON3P Jeffrey (110) that I love and still have. However, I've gotten a little older, a little less playful, and want something a little skinnier to ease up on my knees. Originally I thought the Woodsman 102 would fill that role, but I just haven't ever connected with the ski. There's no fun factor, they just seem like dead, point 'em and go skis, which is not intended as a knock, I just thought they'd have a little more Jeffrey DNA and a little less Wrenegade, but that's not the case.

    So that brings me to the DW104. I've always wanted to try the original Deathwish, but the 104 waist seems to fit what I'm looking for a little better these days, and I think it's plenty big enough for where I ski (I70 resorts). It looks like a fun do-everything ski, anyone have insight on how it compares to the ON3P lineup? I think if it landed between the Woodsman and the Jeffrey I'd be pretty stoked, but it seems like the DW104 is meant to be a more charg-ey version of the DW112, so maybe I should be looking at the 112? Or maybe I'm more of a Wildcat person? Appreciate any insight. The plan is for this ski to be a Daily Driver.
    I've owned several pairs of Jeffrey, Wrens, the 112 and 104 DW, and 108 WC and have sold most of them to keep the 104 DW and 118 Jeffrey. I haven't skied the Woods, but like you, understand that they are way closer to the Wrenegade than the Jeffrey, which means stiff and chargy and wasn't necessarily what I was looking for either. I'm in Utah and the DW 104 has become my favorite daily driver ever. The DW 112 could also do the DD job, and did it well for a season for me, but it's a little bit overkill on low tide days and in your case, overlaps a bit with you J 110's. My rating from playful to charger would go J, DW 104, DW 112, WC 108, Woods, Wren. I think you'd love the DW 104.

    The DW 104 is marginally less playful than the J, but it still has great pop while being a bit damper than the J so as you get tired, you can just blast through afternoon crud or pop off it. The edge grip of the DW blows the J out of the water and gives it a bit higher top speed / more confidence. No complaints with the float for 104 underfoot.
    The DW 112 obviously feels a bit slower edge to edge, and is a touch more damp/less playful, but it is still very playful and fun.
    The WC 108 was the most damp and least playful in my opinion. It still was fun to charge around on, but it didn't feel super special to me for whatever reason.

  6. #4931
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    Meridian

    Tour

    That is all.

  7. #4932
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    Thanks to Moment for a great event tonight!
    Yeah, obviously, I left early, but I'm old and fragile.
    °Viva el triple camber!

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  8. #4933
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westcoaster View Post
    Meridian

    Tour

    That is all.
    Second this!


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  9. #4934
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    I have been checking the webz almost daily for months for a 187 Meridian to pop up for sale. I guess Iíll just have to snag a new pair when they pop up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastside View Post
    I have been checking the webz almost daily for months for a 187 Meridian to pop up for sale. I guess Iíll just have to snag a new pair when they pop up.
    not new. But they are 187.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/13474592058...mis&media=COPY

  11. #4936
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    Quote Originally Posted by FloridaSnow View Post
    Dang. $650 (at least) shipped is a bit steep when I don't need the bindings and they'd have to be remounted, Such and odd description by the seller...


    "This Moment Meridian ski is ready to hit the slopes with its Look Pivot bindings included. Designed for freeride enthusiasts, the unisex ski features a waist width of 107 and a length of 187. The ski is in great shape and has been well cared for, allowing you to enjoy a smooth ride down the mountain. The blue color adds a touch of style to your skiing experience. Don't miss out on the chance to add this high-quality ski to your collection."

  12. #4937
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastside View Post
    Dang. $650 (at least) shipped is a bit steep when I don't need the bindings and they'd have to be remounted, Such and odd description by the seller...


    "This Moment Meridian ski is ready to hit the slopes with its Look Pivot bindings included. Designed for freeride enthusiasts, the unisex ski features a waist width of 107 and a length of 187. The ski is in great shape and has been well cared for, allowing you to enjoy a smooth ride down the mountain. The blue color adds a touch of style to your skiing experience. Don't miss out on the chance to add this high-quality ski to your collection."
    thatís a hell of a delete and repost. Lol.

  13. #4938
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eastside View Post
    Dang. $650 (at least) shipped is a bit steep when I don't need the bindings and they'd have to be remounted, Such and odd description by the seller...


    "This Moment Meridian ski is ready to hit the slopes with its Look Pivot bindings included. Designed for freeride enthusiasts, the unisex ski features a waist width of 107 and a length of 187. The ski is in great shape and has been well cared for, allowing you to enjoy a smooth ride down the mountain. The blue color adds a touch of style to your skiing experience. Don't miss out on the chance to add this high-quality ski to your collection."
    You could sell those pivots all day here in Utah on the classifieds for at least 275ish. You could wait but I have that exact set upÖ it fucks 😎

  14. #4939
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoeSnow View Post
    Anyone know the pressed length of a 190cm Wildcat?
    Mine (2016) measure 188cm


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    Anyone have experience with tele NTNs on the Deathwish/Countach? Im between the DW112 or Countach. I like the flatter tail and directional shape of the Countach, but the triple camber DW has me intrigued for something new and I sort of think the triple camber would add some stability to the turn when your dropping knees. Couple of friends ski the Wildcats-love them and recommend them but Iíve got overlap in the quiver in that shape already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devlinc View Post
    Anyone have experience with tele NTNs on the Deathwish/Countach? Im between the DW112 or Countach. I like the flatter tail and directional shape of the Countach, but the triple camber DW has me intrigued for something new and I sort of think the triple camber would add some stability to the turn when your dropping knees. Couple of friends ski the Wildcats-love them and recommend them but Iíve got overlap in the quiver in that shape already.
    if you prefer a directional ski countach is the way.

  17. #4942
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    Quote Originally Posted by devlinc View Post
    Anyone have experience with tele NTNs on the Deathwish/Countach? Im between the DW112 or Countach. I like the flatter tail and directional shape of the Countach, but the triple camber DW has me intrigued for something new and I sort of think the triple camber would add some stability to the turn when your dropping knees. Couple of friends ski the Wildcats-love them and recommend them but I’ve got overlap in the quiver in that shape already.
    Been awhile since I freed my heel but I think the mount point would be very sensitive for the deathwish + tele. Contach or WC108 seem like more obvious choices.

  18. #4943
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    Anybody A/B the Countach with an Mfree108? My heart says they're shiny and better and thus I need them but my spec sheet says they're very, very similar...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskydoc View Post
    Anybody A/B the Countach with an Mfree108? My heart says they're shiny and better and thus I need them but my spec sheet says they're very, very similar...
    Ive handled both, and the M Free 108 is a significantly softer ski through the middle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jtlange View Post
    Ive handled both, and the M Free 108 is a significantly softer ski through the middle.
    Oohh. I like the sound of that. This is the comparison I'm most interested in. Love my MFree and it's playability, but always wanted just a bit more beef when things set up.

  21. #4946
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    I know the Countach is new and relatively unskied by the masses... but I'm considering selling my DW104 and trying them out. I'm a directional Rockies skier. Anyone have first hand experience with both skis?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunter View Post
    I've owned several pairs of Jeffrey, Wrens, the 112 and 104 DW, and 108 WC and have sold most of them to keep the 104 DW and 118 Jeffrey. I haven't skied the Woods, but like you, understand that they are way closer to the Wrenegade than the Jeffrey, which means stiff and chargy and wasn't necessarily what I was looking for either. I'm in Utah and the DW 104 has become my favorite daily driver ever. The DW 112 could also do the DD job, and did it well for a season for me, but it's a little bit overkill on low tide days and in your case, overlaps a bit with you J 110's. My rating from playful to charger would go J, DW 104, DW 112, WC 108, Woods, Wren. I think you'd love the DW 104.

    The DW 104 is marginally less playful than the J, but it still has great pop while being a bit damper than the J so as you get tired, you can just blast through afternoon crud or pop off it. The edge grip of the DW blows the J out of the water and gives it a bit higher top speed / more confidence. No complaints with the float for 104 underfoot.
    The DW 112 obviously feels a bit slower edge to edge, and is a touch more damp/less playful, but it is still very playful and fun.
    The WC 108 was the most damp and least playful in my opinion. It still was fun to charge around on, but it didn't feel super special to me for whatever reason.
    This is great info! I have a DW104, Woodsman 102 and Jeff 110. But always trying to dial in the quiver.

    I wonder if a DW112 would be the best of both worlds for me. I actually really like my Woods 102, but itís definitely a charger. I actually feel that the Jeff 110 doesnít give up much to the Woods, but the DW 104 is much much better on hardpack than either.

  23. #4948
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    Itís hard not to love the DW112 as a fat all mountain or daily driver. Itís really balanced and shines in most conditions.
    wait!!!! waitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwaitwait...Wait!
    Zoolander wasn't a documentary?

  24. #4949
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    Quote Originally Posted by phatty View Post
    Oohh. I like the sound of that. This is the comparison I'm most interested in. Love my MFree and it's playability, but always wanted just a bit more beef when things set up.
    Thinking more, I'd also be interested in comparing to the MPro 108 as reports are that it's not all business as was originally thought.

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    Purchased a 192 Mfree 108 last winter and wondering if I should have gotten the DW112 instead. Set up with NTN- just didnít feel the instant magic that most claim
    "What moves men of genius, or rather what inspires their work, is not new ideas, but their obsession with the idea that what has already been said is still not enough."

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