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 shock absorption, edge hold, and impact resistance underfoot where it’s needed most. Movement also went with the new metal edges that vary in thickness: most meat underfoot and thinner where rock-impacts are generally less severe. Also installed is the new vibration-absorbing layer in the tip of the ski made from rubber and fiberglass. This mid-fat ski is a Nexus for Movement’s latest technology. Fasten your seatbelts and enjoy the ride.
- Multi-axial Light Tech is a directional carbon fiber weave that provides a reliable flex.
- ABS Shock Absorbers run underfoot that make the ski more damp and impact-resistant.
- Tour Edge is a varying-thickness design that balances weight and strength along the ski.
- VA-Tech is a Vibration Absorbing layer in the tips that reduces chatter on hard snow.
- Double Plate Reinforcement is a multi-layer strengthening system in the binding area.
- The Nexus ski is finished with P-Tex 4000 bases that are hard enough for daily use.
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|Lengths (cm)||154, 161, 168|
|Weight (pair)||2320g 
|Turn Radius||16m 
|Skin Fix||Round tip, flat notched tail|
|Specs Verified||154 & 161 only|
|Profile||Light rockered tip, camber underfoot|
|Shape||Smooth medium radius|
|Construction||Multi-axial fiber half-cap w/ mini sidewalls|
|Core||Karuba + composite|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Vibration absorbing tip|
|Bottom Line||Robust, high-performance women's ski|
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