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Movement Response-X Ski

Brand: Movement
Model: Response-X
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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-hangover after a long day of climbing. And with a light rocker tip and a heavy dose of carbon technology, the ski could surprise you on the down with its overall performance and edge hold. While excelling on hard snow often found in shadowed couloirs, the 89mm wide body and rocker will also help you ski variable conditions from powder to wet snow that you may find on the way there. Note this ski replaces the much-loved Logic-X from previous seasons.

  • Impressive surface-to-weight ratio tours like a race ski and skis like an adult ski.
  • Karuba Paulownia light wood core is combined with some Poplar to balance liveliness and weight.
  • Patented Thin Ply Technology (TPT) wraps the core with tri-axial carbon fibers spun around the ski.
  • Sintered bases use 1.3mm of P-Tex 4000 for decent core protection and smooth glide.
  • Part of X-Series skis that use semi-secret Movement Light Technology X, a unique carbon manufacturing process.

Update 2015/16: The Response gets a new paint job but otherwise is the same, thankfully.

** Telemarkers: Movement does not recommend mounting telemark bindings on these skis.

Specifications
Lengths (cm) 161, 169, 177, 185
Weight
-> ounces
1035g [161]
1095g [169]
1195g [177]
1250g [185]
Weight (pair) 2070g [161]
2190g [169]
2390g [177]
2500g [185]
Dimensions 124-89-112 [161]
126-89-114 [169]
128-89-116 [177]
128-89-116 [185]
Turn Radius 16.5m [161]
17.5m [169]
18.0m [177]
19.0m [185]
Skin Fix Curved tip, flat tail notch
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Profile Gentle rocker, camber underneath
Shape short-to-medium radius, flat tail
Construction Cap w/ TPT technology
Core Karuba & Poplar wood
Skimo Co Says
Usage Long tours with variable snow
Notes Amazing surface-to-weight ratio
Bottom Line Ski anything without getting tired
12/7/2016
Question from Patti
 
Hi Trace, Thanks for the info on the Movement Response's. I bought the 161 length and am about to mount the bindings. Is the arrow next to the serial number the mid point for mounting? Also would you recommend mounting the binding 1 cm forward for women?
Thanks a bunch!
Patti
12/7/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Patti, yes the little arrow is the recommended boot center. No need to move forward as a woman. Looking forward to your review!
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12/1/2016
Question from Patti
 
I am looking at purchasing some backcountry ski's and I like the Response X's but I am a bit concerned that these may be a bit too stiff for me as I am 5'2" and weigh 118lb, I have Scott Celeste Boots with the Fritschi Vipec bindings. I am a fairly aggressive advanced skier.

I am also looking at the Womens blue Blizzard, 85 waist ski and the Movement Vertex X. Can you make a recommendation for me?
Thanks so much!
12/1/2016
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Patti! We've had a few women your size on these skis and have had nothing but thumbs up from them. As far as stiffness goes the Vertex is the same, just a difference in width. The Zero G 85 will be a bit stiffer and favor longer carving turns, whereas the Response accomplishes the happy medium between being a stiff ski with a long precise edge hold and a soft, buttery ski that likes to slide a bit more. To give you an idea of who else is skiing these, the folks around here that really know their skis seem to gravitate towards the Response.
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4/20/2016
Question from Caitlin
 
I am trying to figure out what length to get (177 or 169 cm).
I am 5'11, female, 170 lbs.

Thanks!
4/20/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Caitlin, you could go either way so it's more a usage question. For mountaineering and spring skiing the shorter length would be good. For everyday touring and powder hunting the 177 would be a bit better.
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3/27/2016
by bmiller (used product regularly)
 
A very nice ski. I have put around 30,000 feet of touring on them and a little lift assisted touring.

Me: 6'0" 160lbs type III +/-
Skis: 169 X Response with speed radical binding and dynafit tlt6 boot

Conditions from great to good to bad: ice, crust, wind blown, powder, corn to slush. My typical ski is a 170+ but for this ski I got a 169. I was a little concerned I'd gone too short but they ski'd well for being a smaller ski, toured nicely and handled the conditions well.
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2/7/2016
by Nat (used product regularly)
 
The Movement Response-X Ski is hands down my favorite small(er) waisted ski I have ever used. I am 5'10, 145lbs, and chose to go with the 177cm length as a do everything fast and light ski. I paired them with Plum 170 bindings with the additional ski crampon and heel riser options. This, I feel, is the perfect versatile combo as I like the option to go between my TLT6P and Alien 1.0 boots. These past few weeks in the Wasatch I have skied them in knee to waist deep powder and truly enjoyed every turn. They float incredibly well for their dimensions, feel very stable at speed, and offer quick/responsive/predicable handling. On firm snow they hold a great edge and don't feel squirrelly like some of the other similar dimensioned skis I've owned. I will update this review as I put additional time on them throughout the season - but at this time I could not be more pleased. My recommendation is to grab a pair while you can (these are incredibly popular from what I understand) and open your world to the possibility of bigger, faster, more fun days in the mountains! Enjoy. I sure am.
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1/26/2016
Question from michael ferdiny
 
Hi, I want to buy from you a response x, but I am not sure about the length: I am 6.2 feet tall by 220 lbs. used to do a lot of ski mountaineering in europe till 15 years ago. But now I want to start again. Should I go with the 185 or the 177?
thanks for your help!
Michael
1/27/2016
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Michael, for pure skiing I would recommend the 185 for you. For heading uphill, skis on your back, tight switchbacks, etc, the 177 would be more manageable.
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10/12/2015
Question from Will Griffis
 
I am 6 feet 185 lbs and an advanced skier but not aggressive any more at age 60. Which size movement response x ski should I buy?

What skins go best with the skis?
10/12/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Will, I would recommend the 177s. That gives you enough length for your size skiing-wise, and is still fairly manageable on the uphill through switchbacks and such.

Movement uses the Colltex skins for their branded ones, although the Pomoca CPGs are really nice as well. 120mm wide is enough for full coverage.
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9/14/2015
Question from Stephanie
 
Do you have the Movement Response in the 161 length?
Thanks!
9/15/2015
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Stephanie, we have more 161s scheduled to arrive before October, so hopefully they will be here soon.
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11/8/2014
Question from peg
 
I am just moving to AT from telemark and am 120lb 5'5", not sure what length to buy.
11/8/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Welcome Peg, I will send you an e-mail to learn a bit more about your plans & style before giving a recommendation.
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11/7/2014
Question from Mark Angevine
 
I am interested in the Response-X to use both on piste and off. I am 5'9" and weight 157 lbs, and I have generally used 175-177 length skis the last few years. A couple of reviewers mentioned that they ski this length, but were much heavier guys (200+). Should I go down to a shorter size? I am not a really fast or aggressive skier anymore; at 61 I'm happy to just keep going uphill and down with some efficiency.
11/7/2014
Answer from jbo
 
Hey Mark, from a pure skiing standpoint the 177 is still good for you. Lots of folks (including myself) shave some centimeters for mountaineering though, as it is more manageable for all the non-skiing parts (and some of the tight skiing). Since you're also using it at the resort, I think I would stick with the 177.
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