Cruise deep pow, crush chopped up crud, and carve crispy groomers with the Moment Deathwish Ski. This nimble but hard-charging ski is the perfect daily driver for skiers in the West thanks to its 112mm waist, triple camber profile, and durable construction. The standout feature of Moments flagship ski is the triple camber, twin rocker profile that allows the Deathwish to benefit fully from the advantages of both rocker and camber. This profile at first glance looks like it is early rise in the tip and tail with camber underfoot however, when you look closer there are two additional camber sections immediately in front of, and behind the binding. This extra camber inside of the normal camber section helps transfer power in the turn to boost edge control and enhance edge hold without feeling hooky or limiting maneuverability. Working with the camber profile, the longer turn radius adds smoothness to the turn and stability at high speeds. To put up with the season long beatings you put a daily driver through the Deathwish is built with durability in mind. An aspen and ash core is not only long lasting and hard to snap, but also provides the responsive pop and dampened feel that is demanded by hard charging skiers. Sandwiched around that wood core is layers of fiberglass and carbon that provide torsional rigidity when you are ripping a big GS turn, and consistent flex for popping off cliffs or stomping big natural hits. To cap it all off, there's a super-fast and long-lasting sintered base that is wrapped with beefed up steel edges to keep you cruising through the flats and give you peace of mind when you accidentally find a pile of rocks under last nights new snow.
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