DescriptionThe Wildcat 108 is perfect for anyone seeking a bit less beef than the O.G. Wildcat is packing. We designed it to deliver the goods wherever winter storms arrive on a less consistent basis—or not at all. But after a season of testing, we’re confident this little kitty will end up going home with as many current Wildcat owners as new parents—probably more, because it’s just that good.
Putting a fat cat on a diet is not as simple as trimming a centimeter out of the middle. We left the profile identical, tweaked the sidecut and added damper core to ensure it delivers the same playful, confidence-inspiring ride as its older brother. We’re smitten with the results, and a 2019 Skiers’ Choice award from Powder proves we aren’t alone. This could be the birth of a new cult classic, so feel free to pat yourselves on the back. It’s your cult, after all.
|Length||Tip||Waist||Tail||Radius||Effective Edge||Weight (pair)||Mount|
|174cm||134mm||108mm||127mm||19.0m||1400mm||8.30lbs / 3.77kg||-6cm|
|184cm||134mm||108mm||127mm||22.0m||1500mm||8.70lbs / 3.95kg||-6cm|
|190cm||134mm||108mm||127mm||25.0m||1560mm||9.08lbs / 4.12kg||-6cm|
Rocker at the tip and tail and camber underfoot allows for incredible float and maneuverability in the trees and chutes while maintaining a significant amount of edge hold for both the icy runouts and the groomers.
ASPEN / ASH WOOD COREFull length, knot free, in house laminated wood core gives this ski its unique blend of liveliness and dampening. All wood sourced in the USA.
UHMW SIDEWALLThe strongest and most durable sidewall material on the market ensures you have the best edge hold available while ripping the piste.
CARBON FIBER HYBRID COMPOSITE STRUCTUREA custom blend of triaxial fiberglass and carbon fiber helps give this ski its torsional rigidity along with added longitudinal pop.
4001 DURASURF BASEHands down the most durable base on the market. Dont worry about those snow snakes.
2.2 EURO EDGEThere are only handful of edge manufacturers in the world. We go straight to the source in Europe to offer the best edge possible. We do additional heat treating and bonding prep in house to make sure your edge stays sharper, lasts longer and can handle a beating.
Had the 2017 bibby and decided I wanted a skinnier and daily driver version. ordered the 108 and its another winner from Moment. I am 5'5" 155 lbs and got the 174 cm which in my opinion and for the way I ski it is damn perfect size. Overall another great ski from moment!
This is my first ski from Moment. I read a ton of reviews before jumping in. The Wildcat 108 lives up to all the hype. I debuted this ski in Big Sky, MT last week. Conditions were a combo of packed powder and deep powder so I got to experience the ski in a lot of conditions. I’m so impressed with this ski. I’ve not ridden anything like it before. It’s hard to interpret the ski’s abilities because there are so many. The stand out feature to me is the Wildcat’s ability to carve. I was blown away how it failed turn after turn riding a very stable edge with zero break away from the tail. Remarkable for a twin tip ski. The ski felt far more damp than its weight would have you believe. That means is really fun and agile in the air. This is a very responsive ski - really easy to turn on a dime in tight spaces. We hit some steep and deep couloirs, bump runs, variable snow and pow, and the ski really doesn’t care what you throw at it. Pow turns were floaty, predictable and effortless. I drove it at 60+ and it was stable as ****. In short, this is the funnest ski I’ve ever ridden. The Wildcat has a remarkable blend of playful and serious inside. After chatting with the folks at Moment, I mounted my bindings at factory recommended. I’m 6’3 190, and bought the 190 cm - the perfect choice. I’m blown away by this ski. Thanks, Moment Skis. Can’t wait to visit the factory!
These skis are awesome. I've been a Moment fan for a while but this was my first pair I've bought. I couldn't be happier. It handles everything extremely well. I haven't taken them in any deep pow but I bought them as a daily driver. I ride at Mt. Shasta where it gets icy and we can go weeks without any new snow. I enjoy the edge control and the playfulness of the ski. Don't question buying this ski.
After putting about 10 days on the Wildcat 108's in variable conditions I wanted to pop back in and throw up a quick review for those that are still on the fence. These ski's have been outstanding so far and have been able to excel in pretty much anywhere on the mountain. Float is great in soft/deep snow but you're still able to hold an edge and carve when you need to. Moment has absolutely nailed the rocker profile for this ski and the shape is dare I say iconic. The 108's prefer being skied with a more centered stance and will reward you with the ability to throw them pretty much any direction you want at will. Unless its waist deep outside Im reaching for my 108's.
Me: 6'0, 170lbs I've put 5-6 days on them now and man they rip! They do everything I want them to do: turn initiation is lightning quick and allows you to slash, slarve, and generally bomb down all parts of the mountain. I got the 190's and mounted them +1; they provide ample stability at speed and still feel really balanced in the air + do well in tight spaces. Super playful but have enough stiffness to push through some crud too. If this all sounds too good to be true - I promise it's not! They really are an incredibly well-balanced and super fun ski. They're definitely orientated towards soft snow and manage to float well in up to 20". Not too bad on the groomers either, but that's not really what you bought them for, is it!