The Movement Session 98 is not a ski that will stay shelved for long. Designed for high-performance skiers looking to push bigger, steeper, and faster, the Session 98 is a free-touring ski that will more than satisfy. With a light Karuba core and a 5-axis carbon layup, the Session 98 will perform almost magically in demanding snow conditions without emptying the energy reserves on the way up. While being a solid mid-winter workhorse, you may lose count of the number of days you have skied as spring turns to summer. Movement’s DPR-Ti in combination with their P-Tex 4000 bases will keep you going and going. If you are a solid skier looking for a solid ski, the Session 98 is your friend.
Update 2019/20: Movement got in touch with their artistic side and updated the topsheet graphic, otherwise these remain the same.
|Lengths (cm)||169, 177, 185|
|Weight (pair)||2950g 
|Turn Radius||17.5m 
|Skin Fix||Round tip, flat tail|
|Profile||Rocker tip, camber underfoot, flat tail|
|Shape||Round tip, medium radius, square tail|
|Construction||Cap with ABS sidewalls underfoot|
|Core||Karuba wood + Carbon|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Skiing big lines under human power|
|Notes||ABS sidewall and steel edges|
|Bottom Line||New standard in free-touring|