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The Curated Take
I have skied the Wildcat tour in the backcountry around Tahoe and Mammoth, as well as inbounds at a few of the resorts. This is my favorite touring ski I have owned to the point I want to buy the inbounds version. This ski provides good float for its width, is playful when you want to be, holds up well to wear and tear, and carves just how you wish it would. I have taken this ski on some fun trips this past season, one being a deeeeep powder day, and I had a blast on these. I then decided I hadn’t had enough after touring, and I hit a resort on my way home and was amazed at how these held up under high speed and with the playfulness I'd expect from my all-mountain resort skis. The skis felt so comfortable that I even decided to ski mountaineer Mt. Shasta with them. With the skin up, I felt like I could sprint on these skis, but on the downhill through some steep chutes or the rolling valleys below, the Wildcat held up and performed just how I wanted. I have yet to find any problems with the durability of this ski as well.
- A super lightweight ski, hardly feels like there is a ski on when skinning uphill.
- The Wildcat Tour works best in the backcountry environment.
- A ski that is a great all mountain freeride but at a weight for the backcountry.
- Does not float as well in deep powder as true powder skis
- Skiing the Wildcat on groomers can become difficult as the sidewall profile is not designed for that.
- With the ski being so lightweight it chatters at high speed.
The Moment Wildcat Tour 108 Skis are the perfect choice for those who want a versatile ski that can handle anything and everything. Originally designed as a slimmer, lighter Wildcat built for touring, this ski has evolved into the Golden Child of skiing. It's easy to pilot, slashable, and still has plenty of backbone without compromising on durability or weight-saving gimmicks.
- Versatile: The Wildcat 108 turns sufferfests into play dates and makes skimo nerds jealous with rage over the fact that yes, in fact, you can rip the shit outta that line and keep up on the way up.
- Durable: With no durability-compromising weight-saving gimmicks, you won't have to worry about hitting a snow shark and blowing your skis or knees into a fine mist.
- Lightweight: Designed as a slimmer, lighter Wildcat built for touring this ski is lightweight making it easier to carry on long tours.
- Backbone: Despite its lightweight design, this ski still has plenty of backbone allowing you to tackle any terrain with ease.