Moment Frankenski Ski

Moment Frankenski Ski
Moment Frankenski Ski
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Frankenski Ski by Moment
Sporting a soft flex thanks to their bamboo wood core the Frankenskis have a playful feel that's fun both in and out of the park. With a 92mm waist width, they're slightly wider than most dedicated park skis, but the extra width will be appreciated when it's time to get sendy through the trees or in those back bowls that tend to hold soft snow. Adding to their all-mountain versatility is Moment's Triple Camber Twin Rocker profile, which sounds all sciency, but is really just tip and tail rocker with micro camber above and behind the center of the ski. This profile is what gives the Frankenski that poppy feel you want from a park ski, but also allows it to slice through hardpack like a chainsaw, due to the serrated profile of the edge.

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SKU: MMTG06F
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