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In 2004 Did Jonny Moseley Sign His Ski's and give them out?

post #1 of 7
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Hello I have a pair of jonny moseley signed Mad-Trix Mojo head ski's. He signed them in 2004. I got these from a friend a year ago not knowing who Jonny was.

 

 

 

As the thread title says I am wondering if he signed his actual ski's he rode in the Olympics and gave them out. 

 

 

Sadly I do not ski anymore :(

post #2 of 7
More likely he signed someone else's skis. They may have been sold at a fundraising auction or something.
post #3 of 7

I believe he did change from K2 to Head in his last few competitions..

 

 

 

But not likely that he gave up his actual skis, just something Head donated for him to sign and auction off for charity.  Still REALLY cool thing to have on th wall of a ski house or tuning cave though. 

post #4 of 7
Those are some great skis from 10 years ago. However, not likely to be used by Johnny as competition mogul skis since they are 90 mm at the waist. I still use my pair as rock skis. Get back in the saddle, Eric.
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Originally Posted by SpikeDog View Post

Those are some great skis from 10 years ago. However, not likely to be used by Johnny as competition mogul skis since they are 90 mm at the waist. I still use my pair as rock skis. Get back in the saddle, Eric.


The 2005 model was a 75mm waist, still too fat for mogul comp though..

 

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Head Mojo Mad Trix Skis - with Bindings - Used 2005

Head Mojo Mad Trix Skis + Bindings- Is throwing tricks in the park and dropping into the pipe your thing? Do you enjoy a lightweight ski that can induce nerves of steel and encourage your technique? The Head Mojo Mad Trix Skis are for you. These bad boys will tear it up over all the features and leave you ready for more. With Tyrolia Demo Bindings included in the package this is an excellent choice for the trick-happy skier looking to save a little cash this season.

Specs

  • Terrain: Park & Pipe
     
  • Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
     
  • Turning Radius: 19m @ 181cm
  • Core/Laminates: Wood
  • Tail Type: Full Twin Tip
 
 
  • Tip Width (mm): 111
  • Waist Width (mm): 75
  • Tail Width (mm): 106
post #6 of 7
The 2003/2004 Head Mad Trix were the narrower ski - 80 mm underfoot, with a black tail. The Mad_Trix Mojo was the wider model with an orange tail. Both had a viper graphic.

There was also a Mad_Trix Mogul, 72 mm waist, with a blue tail. That one I could see Mosley actually skiing on.
post #7 of 7

Johnny skied for K2 for most of his competition years. Most of the time he was on the Winter Heat Bump ski or the Stunt Man. When he got a signature ski from Head it was not a bump ski it was the Mad Trix. The ski he used in competition was the Mojo with the Mad Trix graphic. The chance of it being a comp ridden ski are very slim at least a bump comp ski. If it was a Mat Trix chances are it was a big air comp in the birth of freestyle as we now know it. Chances of that are still very slim, but hell others don't need to know that.    

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