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Great look and feel. Help up well on big hits in the park, and felt light in the air. Good for groomers, and felt nice on rails. Very little flex and if you are looking for a park only ski there are better options. The Durability was just terrible.
The reno jibs were good for what their name implies.. jibbing. on rails they felt really smooth, and it was easy to butter. On jumps they held up and were light, but not too flexible
Loved the look of the skis. They felt really nice in everything except powder. Felt light on jumps, and felt really smooth on rails.
Not the most flexible skies up there, but have a sturdy feeling
Absolute terrible durability. Lasted me about 4 months untill they needed repair. After about 6 months they were unusable
This ski is a marvel of modern craftsmanship. Never have I seen such a versatile ski!!!!Well done Moment!
This product performed great! I love it because its super wide but has generous sidecut for groomers. I also love the rocker and how it helps in all conditions. This works for me because I like to ski fast everywhere, but still have fun with the soft yet snappy feel of the ski. Again the only downside is its a little too soft to go super fast in bumpy bulletproof conditions. It is a perfect one ski quiver for the west coast skier.
The top sheet is SICK im not an art major so i don't know what it means exactly, but it definitely wins the best looking ski of the year award.
Steal i would have spent double the price for a ski this good it is a perfect one ski quiver.
I generally like my skis long for charging step lines, but thats not what the Night Train was made for i got the 186 length. After skiing on these for the season I realize that the 178 length would be more appropriate because its made to ski small and be snappy and playful.
The flex pattern is SICK. It's soft enough to be super fun and playful in pow and crud, yet it's stiff enough for those big drops and high speeds. My only concern is the tips are a little floppy on those super fast rough straight lines. Also the flex is even throughout the ski making for fun times skiing switch in pow in thats what your into. All in all the flex is perfect for almost every condition!
Im very rough with my gear and they held up great i did however rip my marker dukes out of the skis but that was more of a mounting issue. Bottom line these skis are built to last!
Overall, these skis are awesome. For the person who is looking for a stiff yet playful rail/jump ski, this is the ski for you!
These skis preform great. I've heard from a few people that they are terrible on groomers and I don't find them that bad. They are super poppy and fun on rails, you can whip them around really easy. I've hit 65ft jumps on these and they are really stable.
I really like the design on these skis. The astronaut chilling on the top of 1 ski, then just random patterns and designs, they are definitely a sick looking ski.
I got a deal on D-structure so I got these skis for $485 and free shipping. Such a steal for these skis. Great price for a great ski.
I'm 6ft 140 punds and I got the 176's and they are mounted at center. I like how the 176's ski. They don't ski short, pretty true to length.
This ski has a stiff flex for sure. Its still super fun and playful though. When you flex the Jibs, they seem some what soft in the tip and tail, but unless you through all your weight on the tips to butter, you can't do it. They are still super fun.
These skis are super fucking durable. I've bashed them on boxes and rails, slide over rocks, smashed my tips. And not a single edge crack or gouge in my base yet. My topsheets are getting really chipped though, but that's because I've been hitting my skis together while I was on the chair lift.