Moment, LLC. ("Moment") warrants the original retail purchaser that Moment skis are free of defects in material or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from the date of purchase. If the Moment Skis are found to be defective, in the judgment of Moment, in it's sole discretion, Moment's only responsibility and obligation shall be to repair or replace the defective Moment Skis. This warranty is subject to the following limitations:
All warranties implied under any applicable law, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are hereby expressly disclaimed. All warranties, written, oral, or implied, are expressly limited to the period and term of this warranty. This warranty is exclusive and in lieu of any and all other warranties of any nature. The laws of some regions require different or longer terms for warranties, or prohibit certain disclaimers or limitations of warranties. This warranty provides you with specific legal rights, which may vary from state to state, country to country, region to region.
*FREE SHIPPING DOES NOT APPLY TO DISCOUNT OR CUSTOM SKIS*
Moment offers FREE SHIPPING for full price orders over $450 USD within the USA. This promotion does not apply to discounted, pro deal, custom or on sale product. Our current order processing time is 1-2 business days for in-stock merchandise. During this processing time, your online order is safely packed, and processed for shipment as quickly as possible. Skis are typically shipped via Fedex Ground or Fedex International Economy, in some countries we use USPS. Fedex 2-Day shipping is available but does cost extra depending on your location and the weight of the package. This option is available during checkout.
We want to ensure that your order is shipped to you as quickly as possible. If you believe that your order has experienced a delay in shipment that exceeds the normal processing and shipment time, please let us know us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
We can not ship skis to a P.O. Box.
Return shipping is not free.
FLAT RATE SHIPPING COSTS OUTSIDE THE USA:CANADA - $50
We ship internationally using Fedex International Economy. If your country is not listed in the drop down for shipping, please contact customer service at email@example.com for an international shipping quote. International orders may be subject to import fees, customs, duties, value added taxes (VAT), etc. which are not included in the prices and shipping costs listed on our website. These charges are the sole responsibility of the customer.
We accept returns of our goods in brand new condition within 30 days of purchase. If your item(s) meets this criteria, please contact customer service at firstname.lastname@example.org . Customers are responsible for return shipping costs.
All of our products can be purchased online and picked up from our factory location, simply select "Pick Up" during checkout.Our storefront is open Tuesday - Friday from 8am to 6pm. If you bring your ski boots, we can mount the bindings while you wait (usually 15-30 minutes) free of charge.
First off, if you can determine your DIN setting do so. This is calculated using your height, weight, skier ability, age and the length of your ski boot (boot sole length or BSL). You can determine yours using the chart below. Some people set their bindings above or below the recommended setting depending on their preference.
Second, once you have identified your DIN setting you’ll want to select a binding in which your recommended setting falls in the middle of the available range. So if you have a recommended setting of 8 you’ll want a binding that goes down to 6 or lower and up to at least 10. That way you aren’t using your bindings on the edge of what they can handle.
Third, you’ll want to determine which you prefer: retention or release. If you are more concerned with twisting your knees up in a bad crash and want to make sure your bindings release before you hurt your knees than you favor release. If you are skiing aggressively and regularly put yourself into situations where losing a ski when you don’t expect to could be catastrophic and put you at risk of substantial injury then you favor retention. This isn’t to say that your bindings will not release just that when given the preference of one over the other you’d prefer to keep your skis on. Those who favor release are fine in most bindings such as the Look Pivot 12 or most bindings that have DIN ranges up to around 12. For those who favor retention a higher DIN binding is typically preferred such as the Look Pivot 14. For those who prefer retention and spend a substantial amount of time airbourne, or ski VERY aggressively in situations where impacts occur at higher speeds higher DIN bindings with metal constructions are preferred such as Look Pivot 15 and 18.
Both the Pivot 15 and Pivot 18 incorporate a full metal toe piece. That means they are more resilient to impacts and offer more dampening in harsh conditions. They also don’t have a vertical release in the toe meaning that if you back slap your skis stay on. Great for people comfortable recovering from that sort of thing, if that sounds scary than the Pivot 15 or Pivot 18 isn’t for you.