Based in Switzerland, Movement is a relative newcomer to the impressive array of European ski companies. They've progressed farther than most in 12 short years, using advanced carbon fiber technologies to achieve some of the best strength-to-weight ratios on the market. The Movement X-Series skis consistently outperform the competition, and we've imported them for you to see.
From the ashes of the Fish-X series the Rise-X has risen. Movement’s new flagship race ski is a combination of the former Fish and Pro-X series at a much more affordable price point. Iterating on the previous designs, the Swiss engineers reinforced the bi..
$849.95 From $639.95
We’ve heard it described as the perfect ski. We think that may not be an overstatement for a certain class of skier. We’re not sure if this is a race ski you can tour on, or a touring ski you can race on, but we do know it is uniquely amazing. It could be..
Fish grow bigger when they eat other fish. X-Fish grow bigger when Movement bows to the demands of addicted skiers who want even more. The “race plus” line of skis from Movement might someday have the biggest Fish in the sea. For now, we are psyched to ha..
Black sheep are a disgrace to their families. Black apples are evidently the opposite. Movement is very proud of this 80mm mountaineering and touring ski, both for its versatility and performance. With a longer-than-average radius, the Black Apple excels ..
Let this be the first apple a backcountry-beginner tastes, that sure would spoil them. If we all had Movement skis right out of the gate, the world would be a happy place. The First Apple is a lightly rockered ski with a generous sidecut to make it easy t..
The Sweet Apple could be the perfect ski for avid female ski tourers. With a light rocker tip and a healthy 80mm of width underfoot, the Movement ski easily stays above powder and crud. And the dynamic tri-axial carbon fiber wrapped around the light Karub..
$599.95 From $499.95
The 84 is the mountaineering specialty ski of the Movement Alp Tracks line. Using the same advanced construction techniques found in the 94, 100, and 106, this steep skiing weapon is built to perform on the up and the down. Amazingly lightweight yet stabl..
The Women’s version of the Alp Tracks 84 uses a slightly different mix of carbon fibers to adapt the flex to female skiers. Not quite as stiff, the ski is still light, damp, and reliable. Movement’s most advanced construction process is labor intensive, i..
After you tasted your first apple, you are hooked on Movement skis. Then you become a young adult and turn either Black or Sweet. Lastly, you get slower or wiser and end up with this X-version. You could also skip to the end and just buy the Apple-X now. ..
The new Vertex looks destined to become the crown jewel of the X-Series skis from Movement. Replacing the Bond-X ski at 84mm underfoot, the Vertex-X adds a mini ABS sidewall underfoot so it can hold up even better to the rigors of everyday touring and mou..
$829.95 From $649.95
The Balance is a new women’s ski from Movement designed to be taken up, down, and all-around the mountain. With a versatile high-80s width and a light rocker tip, the ski is equally balanced for soft and hard snow conditions that you may encounter on diff..
$649.95 From $449.95
Movement judged that the Nexus ski had enough improvements over the Balance to warrant a new name. We trust their judgement. The Nexus has the ABS Shock Absorbing sidewall the Swiss company has started to install in all its lightweight skis. This adds sho..
Movement is aiming the Response-X at mountain guides and skiers who go on multi-day tours. Well, we think that if you ever ski back-to-back one-day tours, that is close enough. Weighing in at a little over a kilo, the Response-X will help prevent leg-hang..
Replacing the venerable Response-X is no easy assignment. The Session-X is up to it, however. Improved with mini-ABS sidewalls that reduce shock, increase edge hold, and offer impact resistance, this ski becomes the default flagship of the Movement X-seri..
As the true all-mountain width in the Alp Tracks line, the 94 is a daily touring machine. With a crazy light yet robust construction, the AT series of skis are sure to gain some converts to the Swiss ski movement. The Alp Tracks 94 is part of a limited ha..
For the Shift, Movement set out to create a wide free-touring ski that gave a new dimension to the sector by keeping it ultralight. They seem to have accomplished their goal by using North Thin Ply Technology (TPT), which is a special method of spinning m..
$699.95 From $439.95
Alp Tracks is a limited ski series from Movement that requires a manual finishing process that squeezes fiber layers together to reduce weight. Never before has a 100mm wide ski been made this light and robust. The skis are lined with a mini-ABS sidewall ..
With the Alp Tracks line, Movement has levelled up in their quest for the perfect lightweight backcountry skis. Using a labor-intensive carbon fiber construction process, the Swiss company has managed to make skis much wider than their previously top-end ..
The Movement Performance boots sure do look good on the Alp Tracks skis! The sleek black kicks are a solid ski touring boot that will get you up and down the mountains quickly. In walk mode, the boots feature 62° of ankle articulation and a quick-release ..
Ready-to-go skins precut for Movement skis, complete with simple attachments and a cool apple logo. The Extreme Camlock skins cut for most models are 100% mohair, while the Fish-X skis (Gold & Big) feature an even faster race formula. All are full cov..
The CONQUEST is the perfect Free Touring ski for powder days! This ski’s natural terrain is anything covered in powder: 106mm underfoot and a 350mm tip rocker with a smaller tail rocker make this ski outstanding in the fresh stuff. Despi..