Volcano hopping with the possibility of powder skiing, corn cycles, or firm steep descents? The Movement Alp Tracks 90 will fill your niche for a truly light and fast stand-alone ski or the perfect slot in your quiver when you don't know what conditions will be. Movement updated the popular 89 with this 90mm waisted version in their ever-high-end Alp Tracks line. These are blessed with a Karuba wood core and updated carbon weave that will not only save grams but add stiffness to aid in powering into that next high-altitude turn. With a ~128mm rockered tip and 90mm waist, this ski will tackle both hard and soft snow however near or far you need to travel to your destination. The Movement Alp Tracks 90 is perfect for those searching the market for a do-it-all ski designed with speedy ascents and challenging descents in mind, no matter the conditions.
- Superbly light Karuba wood core to lighten up that pack on Fridays.
- P-TEX 5000 base for those crumbling, rock-lined couloirs.
- Relatively little in the middle but a wide tip for surprise spring powder days.
- Carbon weave adds torsional stiffness for superb power transfer.
- Titanal double plate ensures a solid mount for years of smiles.
Update 2022/23: Movement updated the graphics on the Alp Tracks line, keeping the same construction.
|Lengths (cm)||154, 162, 170, 178, 186|
|Weight (pair)||1970g 
||Round tip, flat tail|
||Mid tip rocker, flat tail|
||Rounded tip, medium radius with a tapered tail|
||Carbon cap with sidewalls|
||Light Karuba wood|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||General touring, light and fast all-season adventures|
|Notes||Secret sauce carbon wrap construction adds plenty of torsional stiffness to a light ski|
|Bottom Line||Declutter with one ski for all occasions|
|Compare to other Mid-fat Skis|
Questions & Reviews
Ski Feeling, in the later generations they have changed the carbon fiber layup and added a thicker mounting plate (mostly eliminated the issues in that area). So they are a damper, less deflective ski than those earlier models.
Set back. Wasn't sure, checked with the shop. So Movements recommended mount line is further back than Chord center than many other skis. They still do that. I've been on the AT 100 for years and ski on many demos. I feel Movements "back" position skis just fine as it is and we don't recommend people have their skis mounted forward.
The AT 95 is quite nice. Still an All-mountain design, but they ski powder like a wider ski.
By Heavy Feeling, do you mean more Damp?
For a heavier, stiffer ski that would be good in variable early and last season snow, check out Dynafits offering Blacklight 88.
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