Photos by Chris McMahon

Frankenski (114-92-114), which has edges that are countersunk into the sidewalls for smoother rail sliding and fewer busted edges (along with Dirty Mustache Rocker) & Vice (110-83-105), Moment's rockered park ski.

Close-up of the Frankenski's countersunk edge and sidewall.

Tahoe (121-96-112), featuring Mullet Rocker (rocker in the tip, camber underfoot, micro-camber sections in front and behind the binding).

Deathwish (138-112-129) & PB&J (129-101-121)

Deathwish (138-112-129) & Belafonte (135-106-124)

Governor (142-116-128)

Governor (142-116-128), Exit World (142-115-132), one of the lightest backcountry skis we've ever seen, and the Bibby Pro (145-120-136)

Ghost Train (139-126-135) & Hot Mess (114-87-100), Moment's women's park ski.

Close-up of the tail of the Ghost Train.

Women's line: Hot Mess (114-87-100), Sierra (124-99-115), women's version of the Deathwish, and Bella (136-108-128)

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