A park ski should be light, but it also has to take a beating. Usually, the lighter you get, the weaker the ski becomes, but that’s not the case with the Jib. We build each pair by hand, we build them light, and we build them to last. Soft at the tip and tail for buttering, with carbon fiber stringers to preserve pop. The 2013 Jib is 3mm wider than last year, with stronger 2.5mm edges, a thicker base, and a revised, straighter sidecut.
|Size||166. cm||171. cm||176. cm||181. cm|
|Tip Waist Tailmm||114-89-110||114-89-110||114-89-110||114-89-110|
|Tip Tail Rise mm||45/45||45/45||45/45||45/45|
The core is the heart of every ski. We source solid aspen, pine, and ash planks from the best lumber mills in the USA which harvest their forests sustainably, mills that understand the high standard of top-grade clear wood that needs to go into our ski cores. Each Moment core consists of full-length vertical laminates for consistent flex, CNC machined in-house to the strictest possible tolerances. ASPEN/ASH CORE : We use this combination on the skis that really take a beating. Ash provides amazing binding retention, strength and dampening. Aspen adds life and lighter weight to the core
This profile has been around longer than your grandma. Camber underfoot maintains edge pressure when flexed into an arc and provides strength and rebound for most all-mountain and park skis.
We use several different types of topsheet materials, enhanced with sublimated graphics - a non-toxic and Eco-friendly alternative to silk screening. Each topsheet choice is made to ensure optimal durability and impact resistance while maintaining crisp and bright graphics.
Extruded UHMW (Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene) is the sidewall material we use for every pair of skis. It is extremely light, durable, and resistant to separation.
Our extra-thick, US-made DuraSurf sintered 4001 bases take a beating while still staying fast. They are harder and have better wax absorption properties than extruded bases. We use sublimated graphics to eliminate the cracking and peeling common to die-cut bases.
We developed the epoxy resin system used in every pair of our skis with the manufacturer to provide the best properties possible. Custom-formulated for flexibility, durability, and unmatched bonding strength, our resin is what keeps everything together. Made in the USA.
We source our edges from the industry’s most-recognized manufacturer. They arrive from Austria hardened to 48 Rockwell, and we perform additional heat-treating in-house to adjust the hardness and ductility of the steel, ensuring you get the most life out of your skis.