As the successor to the Big Fish, The Race Pro 77 is the girthiest option in Movement’s Race Pro lineup, yet still has a head-scratching light weight. The Race Pro 77 is a full-blown mountaineering, corn-hunting, couloir-skiing tool that weighs less than some race skis. Movement uses a top-secret construction (using multi-axial carbon and Karuba) that allows them to achieve a surface-area-to-weight ratio that leaves most skis dreaming. With a relatively tight side-cut, the Race Pro 77 is a confident technical skinner which, if you’re not careful, offers enough confidence to get you into some trouble. Thank goodness that it's stable and true on the descent, so even if you get carried away, it’ll help get you out. A top-of-the-line P-Tex 5000 base is just about as high on the durometer scale as they come and will join arms with the Race Edges to stand up to rocky early and late season conditions. A welcomed bit of rocker helps the ski float well above what its waist width would suggest in soft or choppy snow. A tip notch accepts race tips so you can have the fastest transitions in the range. A gram counter’s powder ski? A mountaineer’s mainstay? A layman’s spring ski? Absolutely. Like an overweight race ski that’s graduated to higher speeds and deeper snow, the Movement Race Pro 77 is ready for more.
Update 2018/19 - The tops of the skis will be looking a little different with a new graphic.
|Lengths (cm)||152, 160, 168, 174|
|Weight (pair)||1640g 
|Turn Radius||17m 
|Skin Fix||Race notch|
|Profile||Light rocker tip, flat tail|
|Shape||Medium radius, flat tail|
|Construction||Carbon cap (North TPT)|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Ski alpinism, racing|
|Notes||Softer tip for better soft snow capability|
|Bottom Line||Fast, efficient mountaineering ski|