Movement Revo 91 2018 Ski Review

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Category: Piste, All Mountain

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

170 / 140-91-121 / 15
176 / 140-91-121 / 15
182 / 140-91-121 / 16

Manufacturer's Description

This year, Movement is expanding its range and has finally returned to the piste/all-mountain ski market. Benefiting from the expertise and top-of-the-range technology used by the Swiss brand, Revo skis are like the 4x4s of the ski slopes; very at ease on a ski run but doesn’t baulk at leaving the beaten trails.

With a CTS Performance Titanal construction, which is a wood/glass/carbon sandwich reinforced by two titanium plates, these skis are real monsters in terms of power and stability. Perfect for carving at speed and destroying tricky snow once you go slightly off-piste despite their narrow sidecut. They’re also really lively and help you nail really fast edge-to-edge turns. The dual axis carbon weave increases the ski’s torsional stiffness to prevent it bending as well as the resulting vibrations. With a tip that is impressive for a ski that’s meant for slopes, the Revo 82 W easily glides over shallow fresh snow, and has a load-bearing capacity that’s better than the average for a ski that is mainly for on-piste skiing. We have here a model that offers decent versatility.

All the must-have elements for an exceptional ski are present such as ABS sidewalls, high-quality P-Tex bases, and a wood core (mixed okoumé and poplar) and it makes itself felt, as Revo 91 W skis are ultra dynamic and grip well.

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