Skimo Co

Movement Vertex 94 Ski


Snow falls softly, quietly, and blankets the ground in a (hopefully) deep layer that stays soft and airy only so long as the icy wind and hot sun stay away. But after a few days of powder skiing, all that soft snow may have changed; windboard, breakable crust, and even isothermic mush are possible next steps in the snow cycle. The Vertex 94 is wide enough for deep days and powerful enough to handle variable snow conditions (variable can sometimes be too kind a word for it). This ski is an excellent candidate for your quiver of one ski setup, powerful and snappy while remaining efficiently light for uphill travel. Movement packs an array of masterful design details into all of their skis, and the Vertex 94 is a hallmark Movement product. Built to handle all snow qualities, from the softest powder to the mankiest of mank, the Movement Vertex 94 ski will be your go-to ski for years and years to come.

  • 2-Axis Carbon weave gives the ski a stiff and consistent flex from tip to tail, stable for hard-charging skiers.
  • CTS Light construction and Poplar Woodcore combine to dampen vibrations at high and low speeds.
  • Twin rocker tip shaping allows for easy pivoting and stable skiing in all sorts of snow conditions.
  • Tails have a flat skin attachment notch, ideal for secure and simple skin attachment.

Lengths (cm) 169, 177, 183
convert to ounces
1460g [169]
1540g [177]
1590g [183]
Weight (pair) 2920g [169]
3080g [177]
3180g [183]
Dimensions   129-94-118 [169]
130-94-119 [177]
130-94-119 [183]
Turn Radius   18m [169]
19m [177]
20m [183]
Skin Fix   Round tip, flat notched tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Tip and slight tail rocker
Shape   Medium radius with a tapered tail
Construction   Partial sidewall with 2 axis carbon fiber weave
Core   Poplar wood core
Skimo Co Says
Usage Backcountry skiing, all season. Resort crossover
Notes Orange graphics make it easy to find when you crash in deep snow
Bottom Line Powerful yet easy going ski that has the waist for soft snow and support to ski hard
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Jason
5'11 180lb. Aggressive ski type on the East Coast what length should i be looking for in the Vertex 94 177 or 183? I got a pair of vertex (green and white version) ski from you guys several years ago in 177 and love them.
Answer from Jeff
Hi Jason, I dug around and found your order. For skiing in the East on firm conditions, I would say the 177. If you are looking for better powder performance the 183.
This ski is becoming the Sessions 95, which we will only be carrying in women's sizes. Skimo will have the same shape in the Alp Tracks 95
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Question from Luca
has anyone compared this ski to session 98?
I used and loved the shift and now in changing it I am undecided.
Answer from TSB
Hey Luca, the Shift was an awesome ski, glad you enjoyed it! I would say that the Session 98 is a more direct comparison, but the Vertex would also be an awesome option. The Session likes to go down the hill with a minimum of extra turns and has great damping for cruddy conditions, while the Vertex's short-radius shape and rounded-off tail lends it more to soft powder, tree-skiing and other lower-speed applications. For a more detailed conversation around all sorts of Movements and other ski options for versatile touring, check out the thread under "Reviews and Qs" on the Alp Tracks 94 page!
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Model: Vertex 94 MPN: MOV-A-19052

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