Movement Buzz

2015

Men's Freeride
Movement
Price: £545.00
Overall:
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste:
Steeps:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Lower Intermediate Upper Advanced Upper Expert Upper Intermediate
Sidecut 132-99-120
Turn radius 21m (185cm)
Lengths 177, 185
Construction Poplar core
Rocker tip, tail
Va-Tech nose
Strengths Light, easy to use, grips well on piste
Weaknesses Could be more flowing and better dampened

They say

The Buzz uses a light core and matches it up with quite a tight turn radius. It uses ‘Va-Tech’ through the shovel of the ski which helps to absorb vibration through the turn.

We say

This is another surprisingly light ski for something freeride orientated. Although it’s light and easy to use the Buzz is confident through the turn and feels pretty capable when pushed and driven hard on the edge. It releases nicely into the next turn, but you definitely feel like you have to be well centered over the ski on the transition. It’s a ski which can be used for all mountain, it grips well on the piste, it carves a tight arc and generally can handle anything thrown at it. So overall, a good solid performance from a fairly light ski that can be used in all conditions.

Tester Comments

James Allen
Confident feel, deals with all terrain, the flex feels a bit one dimensional.
Al Morgan
Light, but can be pushed hard through the turn.