Movement Prisma

2013

Top Performer
Women's Piste Performance
Movement
Price: £599.00
Overall:
On piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
Bumps:
Ease of use:
Suitability for level:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Upper Advanced Upper Expert
Sidecut 122-77-106
Turn radius 13.5 (163)
Lengths 150, 156, 163
Construction Poplar wood core
Titanal plate
Classic camber
Strengths Good, solid all rounder for the piste
Weaknesses Hard to fault

They say

The Prisma has a similar construction and character to Le Fer which is the men’s version. However, it uses a lighter wood core to make it easier to use. It also uses a classic camber to enable full edge contact with the snow.

We say

The Prisma was a bit of a surprise to the test team. From the outside it looks like a classic women’s ski, with flowery graphics and a lightweight. On the move it feels more powerful than it looks, it’s actually quite stiff and offers up high levels of grip in medium to long turns. The Prisma also has a smooth, progressive flex which gives out a great ride. Overall it feels solid and predictable and is a good choice for all round carving performance on the piste. 
 

Tester Comments

Lynn Mill
Reliable and fun, skis consistently well at all speeds
Laura Westmacott
Skied all radius of turns well on soft snow a dream, a great carving ski