Moment Garbones Skis 2011

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Moment Garbones Skis 2011: A little love for Craig Garbiel, Subaru’s Squaw Valley USA Freeskiing Open champ, the Moment Garbones Skis have a rigid and stable platform, thanks to two layers of triaxial fiberglass and aspen/pine core. Massive air, impact, float and control all come with this pro model that hits the big-mountain conditions like there’s no tomorrow.

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For the directional charger, the Tip Rocker profile gives the ski the strength and edging power of a cambered ski with a strong tail, while the rockered tip speeds turn initiation, blasts through the crud, and planes quickly in the powder.


UHMW (Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene) sidewalls are extremely light, durable and resistant to separation

4001 DuraSurf sintered base can take a beating while staying fast. They are harder and have better wax absorption than extruded bases. Moment uses sublimated graphics to eliminate the cracking and peeling common on die-cut bases

carbon fiber stringers provide more pop and snap and are extremely strong and lightweight

VDS dampening system

Triaxial fiberglass, woven in a 0°/45°/-45° fashion, provides maximum strength and resistance against twisting.


Moment uses Aspen/Ash wood core on skis that really take a beating. Ash provides amazing binding retention, strength and dampening. Aspen adds durability and lighter weight to the core.

Binding Compatibility

Requires brake width of 115mm


  • Terrain: Big Mountain More 
  • Skis: No Bindings
  • Ability Level: Advanced-Expert More 
  • Rocker Type: Camber More 
  • Core/Laminates: Wood
  • Tail Type: Partial Twin Tip More 
  • Made in the USA: Yes
  • Warranty: 1 Year More 
Size (cm) 182 192
Turning Radius (m) 25.7 29.2



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Great Looking Skis


from Tallahassee, FL

About Me Advanced

Verified Buyer


  • Durable
  • Good Carving Ability
  • Good Grip
  • Great Flotation
  • Lightweight
  • Scratch Resistant
  • Smooth Ride


    Best Uses

    • Downhill
    • Groomed Terrain
    • Powder Skiing
    • Racing

    Comments about Moment Garbones Skis 2011:

    Seriously, I purchased these in the off-season, so I can't comment on product perfromance from experience. However, the design of the tip/tail and fatness of the skis really lend themselves to handle well in the deep pow and at high speeds. I'm still looking for a good pair of bindings to compliment the skis if anyone has suggestions.

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    So far so good


    from Juneau AK

    About Me Expert

    Verified Buyer


    • Bomber
    • Hold a wicked edge
    • Stiff


      Best Uses

      • Escaping ski patrol
      • Going fast
      • Scaring park rats

      Comments about Moment Garbones Skis 2011:

      I skied these for the first time last weekend on groomers at Bogus. These skis are not meant for groomers. But despite being a bit funky before getting on edge and grabby when you throw them sideways, they carve like champs. That is, if you don't mind motoring along at mach 30.I nearly got my pass pulled because in order to turn these guys you need some serious speed. But after that, they carve like a GS ski with the stability of a super G ski. I can't wait to ski them somewhere with [*]. I can only imagine they'll rip.Thoughts so far: they seem like a great ski for a charging backcountry setup and anyone planning on going hard all the time. Because frankly, at slow speeds, they suck. But who buys 192s and hits the bunny hill?

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