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About Moment Skis:

Moment Skis was founded back in 2004. The company started out as a couple of super cool guys hand crafting skis in a garage. For two years they designed and built skis for friends and family members. Then in 2006 they started actually selling their skis and the company blew up. Fast forward, and now the company sells thousands of proudly "Handmade in the USA" skis to passionate skiers all over the globe. It's hard to believe, but over 95% of the materials used in a Moment build are from suppliers here in the US. Moment uses wood from sustainably managed forests. In all of their models, you'll find that the skis are lightweight, carve on hardpack, float in powder, and sport rocker/camber profiles that push industry standards..

Moment Staff Reviews:


Fast Forward: 2016 Moment Skis
By: Zack

If you have ever come into the shop or called and talked to me, you know that I won’t let you go without talking about Moment skis.  Moment has been my go to brand for the past 3 years and I really cannot say enough about how these skis perform on snow.  Moment has rolled ... Continue Reading


The End of Summer Brings New Skis to Powder7!
By: Katie

We’re not so happy that summer is coming to an end. We love getting out into the great outdoors with shorts and sandals. There’s mountain biking (see above), camping, and backyard barbecues. How could you go wrong? But as the cliche goes, all good things must come to an end -or- one door closes and ... Continue Reading


Best All Mountain Freeride Skis for Women
By: Jamie

  We were talking in the shop today and it came up that we have some great women’s skis aimed at the All Mountain Freeride crew. The point of the conversation was that there a lot of really great women skiers out there who tend to steer away from high level skis due to a ... Continue Reading


Moment PB&J Review, Result: Delicious
By: Zack

When I was younger, the most important thing to me was playing with my friends outside until dark every day. It’s not rocket science that every kid needs an after school snack to keep their energy going. For me that snack was always a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Run home from the bus, cram in a ... Continue Reading