The Aski Blue Moon wants to be skied fast in powder and chop. At 116mm underfoot with a double rocker, the Blue Moon will float on the deepest snow. Yet the underfoot sidecut approaches the tip of the ski for ultimate edge hold. Weighing in at 1540g, the Blue Moon is light enough to save energy for crushing the down. Built with CarbonShell technology and lots of rubber and Kevlar layers, the ski is solid, damp and ready to charge. Enjoy your trip to the Blue Moon.
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|Weight (pair)||3060g |
||Flat notched tip, flat tail|
||Double rocker, camber underfoot|
||Big square shovel, long radius, flat tail|
||Carbonshell with Polycell core|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Big mountain powder|
|Notes||Powerful ski for any condition|
|Bottom Line||Make 3 turns down any face|
|Compare to other Excess-fat Skis|
Questions & Reviews
I heard someone say they might ski even better if mounted ahead of suggested mounting point (i.e. 4/5 cm), what do you think?
I would recommend going with the recommended mounting point on the Blue Moon. Mounting 4-5cm forward is quite extreme. Not only with the Blue Moon ski shorter in that orientation, it will not float quite as well. If you do decide you do not like the recommended mounting point, you should not have any hole conflict going a full 4-5cm forward.
Will check whether to "upgrade" also boots since I am afraid the tlt8 carbonio would be kinda of extreme in driving those fatty planks :)
Btw very intriguing technology!
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