Moment Bibby Pro

Moment Bibby Pro
Category: Offpist / Freeride
Level: Advanced
Brand: Moment
Modelyear: 2016
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 141/116/131 mm Turning radius: 21.00 m (174 cm)
Sizes: 174,184,190 cm
Manufacturers description
Some things just shouldn’t be messed with. Texas, box jellyfish, and the United States Marines spring to mind. Same goes for the Bibby, apparently.
That’s right; we’re bringing it back. We added semi-cap construction to make it tougher, but otherwise this is the same Bibby Pro you know and love from seasons past. Even Josh asked us to return from his latest model to the old design, which is really saying something. Regardless, we love the fact that you love it so much, and it makes us feel great that you cared enough to reach out and abuse us mercilessly until we capitulated to your demands. Now you can stop emailing us about it. Yes, that means you, Blister.

(Official information from Moment)


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12/01/2012 (Modified: 12/02/2018)
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Strenghts:
- Awesome light skate in the fist
- Still feeling high in ravaged terrain
- Just playful

Weaknesses:
The only drawback is that more modern skis have a completely different surf. If you want to surf the snow, I recommend something different, but if you want a ski that goes very fast and easy to swim even in deep pillows, they are perfect. I was looking at my own cushion now in Gopron and the skies disappear all the way down the snow. Something like this never happens to eg Salomon Q115 or equivalent. However, it does not interfere with the ride, but the ski is well and the tip goes predictably through the snow.

Summary:
I can only judge the ski based on pillow properties and there was love at the first play. I'm usually not the one who walks around and jumps and plays, but halfway down in my first rink, I came to myself to be up in the rock edge next to the hill and jumped. I even had a big smile all over the face. The ski felt more like an extension of the feet than a pair of skis. The skis felt extremely compassionate and lightweight. As for my Katana, I can describe what I like, but with these it's just a pure feeling. I also tested the 196 model but it was way too much for me iaf.

Edit: Now that I have also driven the skid in a rocky pist and in a really busy and puffy offpiste, I can only say that the ski goes like a dream on all surfaces. The bite and track will in hard piste are remarkably impressive considering the width of the ski.

Edit2: I have replaced the skis against Salomon Q115 to season 14/15 but now also gone back. After a week of both untracked pch cushions, I can even explain more clearly what makes this skiing great. The weight and rigidity combined with playful shape. The ski runs enormously predictably and gives approximately the same response regardless of your position. My problem with many other softer skis is that they react tremendously to the driver's position in pillows. The radius of the powder swings can change enormously due to small weight movements. In the Bible, this problem is completely over. So you want a ski that is safe and stable regardless of before, while it is light and playful, runs Bibby. Nowadays (from year 2016, this old shaping / construction is back too)

Model year: 2012
Riding style: Pist / Powder 30/70
Length on the ski: 190 cm
Riders weight: 80 kg
Riders length: 188 cm