Movement Prisma

2014

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 Upper Advanced
Sidecut 122-77-106
Turn radius 13 (156)
Lengths 150, 156, 163
Construction Double Titanal
Poplar Light Wood Core
Control Torsion system
Strengths Agile, fun and reactive
Weaknesses Really struggled with the test pair which were unstable and proved difficult to hold a smooth curve

They say

The Prisma is unchanged from last season; it uses a classic camber to maintain full-length edge contact with a wood core strengthened by a Titanal plate.

We say

When we last tested this ski it did really well, showing strong stability and edge-hold. This time round they were still maneuverable and agile when changing direction but seemed to lack the directional stability and grip from our previous experience. This may be down to tuning on the test itself, so this may be a ski it’s worth testing before you buy. However, last year it was a fun all-rounder on the piste, which worked well both in long and short turns.