Intermediate level freeride
skier Alex's rating of this ski:
Considering his skiers profile:
"I like that great surfy feeling of skiing in powder snow like most people do. On extreme days a pure rocker ski is nice but usually I prefer the combination with camber. That challenges me more and supplies versatility."
My favourite freeride skis:
1. Stöckli Stormrider 95
2. Rossignol Soul 7
3. Armada JJ 2.0
To all my reviews
Moments' big-mountain touring ski
The Moment Exit World is a freeride ski and has a traditional camber under the feet with rocker in tip and tail. That should give you grip at hard pack when you want it and more playfulness in deeper snow. Via our Facebook page we got a request to test the Moment Exit World and we couldn't wait to take it for a ride.
UPDATE: The Exit World has been tested and we have written an article about the comparison with the Rossignol Super 7. The Moment Exit World is more forgiving and easier to handle for me. I like the playfulness and powder qualities of the Exit World a lot, 5 stars from me.
Maneuverable and comfort freeride ski
Moment Exit World is a big-mountain freeride ski which is perfect to enjoy the backcountry. With excellent qualities in playfulness and float, you'll be able to enjoy as much powder as you wish. On more uneven terrain with harder snow and more tracks I would advise you to keep calm, don't speed and just pick your trail to ride. Same as on groomers, at superhigh speed the flex and rockers work against you. Simply more comfy for yourself this way and in return you get maneuverability in all snow conditions.
Moment about the Exit World
"With a new touring ski joining the lineup, we turned back to the Exit World and asked ourselves, “Why compromise, when what we want is an AT ski that absolutely slays powder?” The new Exit World is the result of that revelation. Radically different from the Bibby-based first generation, the new Exit World is a backcountry powder hound par excellence, featuring Triple Camber, Flat Rocker, and our Low-Fat Layup—in essence, it’s a narrower and lighter Ghost Train that’s easier to haul back up for more face shots.", says Moment. I didn't test the touring qualities and just skied them in all kinds of powder backcountry. Phenomenal fun!
Völkl Kuro: extremely wide full rocker powder ski.
Rossignol Super 7: have a look at the special article Super7 vs Exit World.
Salomon Rocker2 122: fantastic freeride ski for big powder days.