Movement GO 100 2018 Ski Review

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Category: Freeride

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Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

170 / 130-100-118 / 18
177 / 132-100-120 / 19
185 / 132-100-120 / 20

Manufacturer's Description

Movement renews the Go series thanks to a newcomer in the team, Aurélien Ducroz. Here’s the new Go 100, a mid fat ski with a 100mm waist that features a long turning radius -19 meters- and a super efficient dual rocker. We hope you like eating powder cause you’re going to be stuffed!

Movement likes challenges and the brand is not afraid of competition! The Go 100 plays in the same league as the Mantra, Bonafide and Supernatural 100 skis. Even if it isn’t the stiffest ski on the market, the Go 100 features titanal reinforcements under the bindings to avoid any risk of pulling out. With an all-terrain ski of such quality, you can hit the fall line without asking any question! Wide fields of powder and technical couloirs will become your favourite playgrounds. You can lay lines with an incredible fluidity and feel like you’re flying. Hard snow is more of a problem though. Even if the flat camber provides a solid grip the ski feels a lot more demanding if you want to carve. It’s not as precise and requires strength if you want to keep the ski railing on its edge. You better choose long lines rather than short turns if you have to ride on piste with this monster!

This model is designed for advanced and expert skiers who spend most of their time in the backcountry but still want a versatile ski to come back on pist from time to time.

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