The original ideation for the Meridian started when team riders requested a slightly more narrow version of Moment's fat and powerful Chipotle Banana, simply because the Chipotle Banana is not exactly the kind of versatile ski you can rely on when conditions call for the security of edges. Henceforth, a dream became a reality and a star was born and it was named: the Meridian. More specifically, 107mm-waisted Meridian touts a full rocker profile that floats, arcs, and holds an edge when you need it to, yet still ensures a quick-turnaround (shocking, we know). And since it's lacking camber to flex, skiers who fall on the lighter end of the spectrum (or those who simply prefer to charge at a mellow speed) are able to ski confidently without worrying about getting launched off into the outer limits like a cowboy on a bucking bronco.
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