If you're looking for a spunky, fun one-ski quiver, the Moment Women's Sierra Ski is just your style. A versatile mid-fat waist provides just enough float in powder, but not too much where you can't rally over hardpack with ease and precision. Moment's Triple Camber profile features a rockered tip and tail and low center camber that'll let you surf through the deep, while the micro-camber sections create focused edge pressure on hardpack for killer carving. As a result, you have a rockstar ski that rockets down groomers, whips through steep trees, and blasts through powder with smile-inducing agility. To make the Sierra ridiculously versatile, Moment gave it a poppy, lightweight aspen and pine wood core for a sweet and playful ride on powder days and corduroy days alike. A blend of carbon fiber and fiberglass in the construction adds torsional rigidity to give you maximum stability through your turns and at high speeds. UHMW sidewalls ensure powerful edge hold, and further add to the ski's stability. Edges can be a game changer, especially when your day (or season) is ruined by a blowout, so Moment equipped the ski with durable 2. 2mm Euro steel edges. Completed with a tough, speedy Durasurf base, the Sierra is ready to dominate the entire mountain.
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