Movement skis have not been distributed in the USA for a few years That said, this is not the best place to ask about them. Me, I love em.
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So we put this range together for 2013/14, as a test fleet, we don't really sell skis, the Tinterweb is too strong!
K2 Seth, Anexx
Rossi SOLE 7, Super 7, Squad/Lady
Voelkl Katana V Werks, Nunataq
It's an incredibly "Mainstream" selection for us, two years ago I would never have thought we'd have sold, K2, Salomon or Rossi ever again!
Fingers crossed we'll get Epic Winter Number 3!!!
We can get them, the office is just round the corner, with skis at all around 130cm in the tip, wall space is premium. In the end it came down to not really feeling we could do the whole range and didn't want to be a mono branded shop. That said the guys all come by for boots with alot of clients, so dare say we'll plenty this winter.
Ha! Someone bumped this thread
So its 5 years latter and I am more committed than ever to Local Made Independent Ski Manufactures’
Moment, Praxis and ON3P are basically main stream Ski manufactures now.
PM Gear is still hanging, and I could make the argument that they produce the best skiing sticks out there.
So in 2008 I ended up buying the PM Gear 196 Lhasa Pow with the Hybrid Layup. I actually sold them one and then bought the same pair back!
I now have close to 200 days on them. On big days they are like an old friend. I want for nothing!!
Here is my view while I type this post (August 4th 2013)
I dug this pick out of Photo bucket from last Winter, The 196 Base repair'
I always find myself looking at similar skis from different manufacturers. I had 196 Lhasa Pows that I didn't think were that well made, so I sold them and bought very similar shape Atomic Automatics. Last season was crap for pow in the eastern Sierra mountains, so I got 1 day on them. I have always wanted a pair of Billy Goats, so that may be the next ski if the Automatics don't kill it this season. All in all, I am very happy with the present quiver and I am just wanting to ski a lot more that I am thinking about new skis. This is why. I bought 3 new pairs of skis last season