Designed to bridge the worlds of freeride and classic touring, the versatile Women’s Session 95 finds the right combination of weight, durability, and performance that is sure to leave a smile on your face whether going up or downhill. Borrowing the much-beloved shape of the Alp Tracks 95, Movement added a 5-Axis Carbon weave to increase performance in variable snow conditions while keeping weight to a minimum. The P-Tex 4000 base more than holds its own during rocky encounters while the variable thickness tour edge adds more material in high impact areas and less material where it isn’t needed. The versatile 95mm waist width with rocker in the tip will keep you on top of the fluff yet the flat tail begs for you to carve hard into your next turn. A well-balanced one-ski-quiver, the Session 95 brings together touring weight with freeride capabilities.
- 5 Axis Carbon weave provides a fine-tuned feel in variable conditions.
- Touring Edge adds more material where it's needed and less where it isn’t.
- VA-Tech rubber and fiberglass layer absorbs vibration.
- Two sheets of Titanal reinforce the mounting area.
- P-Tex 4000 bases are fast and durable.
- Alp Tracks 95 pre-cut skins fit perfectly on these skis.
|Round shovel, flat tail
|Light tip rocker, cambered, flat tail
|Rounded tip, medium radius with some tail taper
|5 Axis Carbon weave over a wood core, rubber strips for dampening
|Skimo Co Says
|Touring, freeride, resort
|An aggressive ski that climbs well too
|The one ski to own for touring and resort riding that is still light
|Compare to other Women's Skis
Questions & Reviews
It's a little longer than we'd normally recommend for someone of your height and weight. It will depend a little on your aggressiveness and skill level, as well as what boot you're using. If you're skiing a beefier boot and you are okay with a longer ski that will be a little harder to turn in tight places and on the skin track, then I don't think it'll be much issue. For an average skier your size, I would normally recommend around 164cm. But a strong skier could size up to 169cm for more stability at speed.
Yes, we only have a couple of the 169cm lengths left. We do not have any 163s unfortunately. The Armada Locator is a great ski, and it is available in 164cm. It comes in at a pretty similar weight and I would say is totally fine going for the occasional resort lap. You could also look at the Volkl Rise Beyond 96 in a 163. Another great daily driver for touring, this ski is versatile and lots of fun for shorter to medium-radius turns.
If you're on a tighter budget, we have some great deals on the Dynafit Free 97. It's a little heavier than the Movements, but would make a great first touring ski and is definitely capable of some resort duty.
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