I know Mike the founder. Not an industry guy just a hardcore skier. Company is based in Breckenridge.
Last year I spent a good half day demoing RMU's on variable early conditions. skied on the Apostle, North Shore, CRM, Blue Light Special and the Professor. In general I liked them all. Across the line flex patterns were medium to soft and most had a very round symetrical feel on snow. Weight was reasonable. Edge grip was solid. None have metal so they all have that brighter fiberglass/wood feel.
Design and some prototyping is done in-house. I know that some models are made by Never Summer in Denver and others by Moment in Reno. Bomber sandwich construction.
Prices are a little high relative to comparable skis. I think this might be due to their policy of not allowing allow dealers to discount their their skis.
Any specific things you guys are wondering?
Edited by rug wheelie - 10/19/13 at 11:11am