DescriptionWhile people have been touring for close to a decade on the ski we now call the Wildcat, it's always been a labor of love. The Wildcat Tour shaves off almost two pounds per pair, which translates to literal tons on the skin track. It's everything you love about the Wildcat, with more laps on tap for your day in the backcountry. The only thing we wish is that we'd done this sooner.
|Length||Tip||Waist||Tail||Radius||Effective Edge||Weight (pair)||Mount|
|174cm||141mm||116mm||131mm||21.0m||1400mm||7.05lbs / 3.20kg||-6cm|
|184cm||141mm||116mm||131mm||25.0m||1500mm||8.00lbs / 3.63kg||-6cm|
|190cm||143mm||118mm||133mm||27.0m||1560mm||8.35lbs / 3.79kg||-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.
PAULOWNIA/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.
LOWFAT LAYUPA combination of custom lighter triaxial fiberglass, carbon fiber and Paulownia wood makes the uphill easier without sacrificing fun on the way back down.
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.
Love these skis
These are my favorite pair of skis I've ever been on. I can't think of a single thing they do poorly
Moment wildcat touring
Only one day touring on them but was out for about 8hrs. Super light. Love the profile, easy to pivot in the trees. Can’t wait to get more days on them.
Every morning I click into these shred sticks, I know I’m going to get scared that day. I don’t have an excuse not to drop into that steep chute any more. I can’t find a reason not to stomp cliffs any more. There is no such thing as bad snow conditions. The scriptures read in Genesis, “on the seventh day, Ullr created the Wild Cat and thou shalt slay pow”. It is said that on top of every Wild Cat grows a man - one day I’ll become the man that tamed these wild cats - one day.
Love this ski. Really well balanced and much more durable than other touring skis. Recently had a few weeks of bottomless PNW pow days on these. Great in crud, breakable crust, and even on hardpack/ice. No problem climbing 5-6K ft in a day with lightweight. 190cm mounted with Kingpin and Mtn Lab boots. I am 6'2 180 lbs.
Touring ski without the performance loss
I have ridden these skis for several seasons on everything from icy chunder in the Whistler alpine to bottomless days riding steeps in Valdez. The Bibby Tour has all the aspects of the Bibby people have been raving about for years (stable at high speeds, the perfect width underfoot, just the right stiffness and pop, versatility in a wide range of conditions, and the ability to lay down trenches on groomers) in a much lighter package. The Bibby tour does not sacrifice any noticeable performance or durability with the weight loss relative to the Bibby, yet has a much lower swing weight making them much more playful. Having ridden the comparable solomon QST 107 and 125, the Armada JJ 2.0, the Rossignol Soul 7, and the DPS Wailer 112's, the Bibby Tour resoundingly stands out as the best all around ski. Mount these with a set of Kingpin's, Dukes, G3 Ions etc. and it is as close as you can come to a true one ski quiver for all mountain resort riding and touring.