This is the best all round ski I have ever been on. Where ever i took them i felt safe and secure. The remind me of the 05-06 Mojo except less stiff and more pop. They go anywhere and will make sure you have a great time while going there.
They are built like the Diefenbunker, let us hope we don't have a nuclear attack to test their resolve, but they could probably take it.
This is a great overall ski which is amazing in the park. I felt weird giving out a 10, and if there was a 9.5 i would have gone there, but they are better than a 9, so here we are. If the ski could be widened without giving up its strengths in the pipe and on rails it would be the cold fusion of skis. At the same time, this is designed as a park ski and not a powder ski and for this reason they get a perfect score for fulfilling their claim!
The ski worked well everywhere. Cliff drops to elephant snot -- no problem; halfpipe -- the stiffness give it great stability at high speed; booter takeoff and landings -- so stable forwards and switch; flying over mougles -- like a race ski on ice; on the steel -- these were made for rails; in the pow -- could be wider... but good enough for most days at most ski resorts.
The topsheet graphic is the sexiest image ever put on a ski. Hands down no one will beat it until Movement puts a lesbian couple gentle caressing each others breasts on next years Kama's while I stand in profile just off to the side (I can dream). I love the attention and discussion this graphic brings,and the snake skin texture tops it off with class.
The ski is also super light while maintaining its durability.
You pay for quality and you get it.
The previous models last season after season. This year should as well. They are definitely worth the price and the Custom VIST made Movement 614 matching bindings are amazing. I set mine at 8 and only pop out when I think i should. They work at DIN 12 like a nut and bolt.
Worth the price!
The KamaSutra is another stiff ski from Movement with lots of pop. The woodcore kept it's life all through the summer, and since it is the same construction as years past (tough as hell) I will wager 18.50$ that the pop will last into the future. The flex is amazing for all conditions.
Edges did not crack even with a blunt forced bend and rocky fix. I have not broken an edge out in three heavy seasons of using the Kama. The base is solid and the top sheet is nearly impenetrable.