My brother has them. He isnt advanced enough a skier to get good use out of them. I skied them once and I really enjoyed them. Great underfoot for an average non storm day out west. Stiffer than you would imagine but the rocker helps them be more playful.
They’re awsome all mountain chargers and definately on the stiffer end. They do great in every condition but lack playfulness imo. I demoed some moments for a day and loved the pbjs until I tried the deathwishes, which blew me away. Obviously its all personal preference, you really cant go wrong with anything from moment. I would recomend talking to your local moment rep. They’ll probably hook you up with whatever you want to demo for no cost
**This post was edited on Jul 28th 2019 at 8:53:03pm
I skied them at a demo and they were pretty solid. In that weight and width class, I have to say I liked the Fischer Ranger 94FR more. If you're after a twin tip, PB&J would be a good option, but I think there are better skis that are equally as playful if you don't ski backwards much.
I own a pair. They are pretty stiff and chargey. I can butter them but it is hard and doesn't feel very good. I use them when I feel like skiing fastin places with bigger terrain. They carve really well on groomers, though mostly only moderate to large turns. In the park they work, but are not particularly inspiring or fun. They are much heavier and less poppy then most park skis.