The Go line of skis from Movement is the pinnacle of their experience in making freeride skis. The Go 106 being the middle ski of the line, strikes the perfect balance between all mountain and freeriding. Movement skis are stuffed with tech, all working to benefit the riding experience and provide the maximum security on steeper and more challenging slopes. A wider exaggerated tip with a progressive rocker keep the skis remarkably tight despite the larger dimensions for the times when utmost care is required. Follow the mantra of the new line of skis and, 'conquer the mountain'.
The Go 106 is the middle of the Go line of skis, with the added width it has increased soft snow performance but still works on harder snow
The Go 106, as the name suggests has a 106 mm waist more soft snow focussed but still stable on hard pack. The line of skis are all directional with an exaggerated shovel and early taper, this combined with the rocker creates a shape which is comfortable riding over any terrain.
The Go line has a strong camber underfoot for grip and stability with rocker in the tips and tails for better float and performance in soft snow.
As Movement's highest performing line of freeride skis, the whole Go line is stiffer to accommodate more challenging descents.
Movement manages to cram a serious amount of tech into their well-made skis. The poplar wood core is enhanced by multiple different laminates. There is a double plate titanal reinforcement is combined with dynamic tri-axial fibreglass and carbon laminates for support and stiffness. A VA-tech vibration absorber keeps your skis chatter free for a smoother ride through variable snow. To cap off the whole package there are full ABS sidewalls and Movement's fasted Ptex sintered base.
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