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Anyone skiing movement karmasutra's ????

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I am looking for a twin tip for a everyday skiing.I have a fattie,i have a carver...I want a fun ski.Looking at prophet 80,90,scott p3 and now movement karmasutra's.I need a beefy ski.I plan on being at about 220 by November and ski at a level 7/8.Want a ski for all mountain"not park or pipe".I have a phat luvs for pow or spring mashed potatoes.I have my metron b5's for carving.I need a all arround everyday ski for fun and to teach on.
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Thread Starter 
no one????
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Only thought is that they never get reviewed; everyone likes the Goliath. Meaning? You might try the Euro sites or email Colorado Freeride, which handles Movement and I've found that they're fairly straight with advice.
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Thanks..just emailed them
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Evidently, Movement skis are supposed to have some kind of enviromentalist factor to them. While I like the idea of lots of variations provided by smaller ski makers, you can't expect to be able to see them on the demo list. So, you might have to rely on reviews.

Here is some kind of blogspot on Movement skis: http://mvmtfreshpress.blogspot.com/

And.. this review sheet says the Kamasutra is a park ski: http://bp2.blogger.com/_pOTzyJpJJpc/...skier-MVMT.jpg

Pricing isn't too bad.
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i skied prophet 90s last year, I love those skis... if I didnt love my Recons so much i probably would've bought em.
post #7 of 7
Check out the Head Mojo 90. Great all around twin tip. I'd also check out Volkl Karma's or Volkl Bridge. Both sound like they're exactly what your looking for.
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