Passion, innovation et creativity are the DNA of MOVEMENT.
Our R&D team is constantly working inclose collaboration with our team, to offer more and more pleasure and new perspectives in the practice of skiing.Each new project is modelled in 3D and then prototyped in our laboratory in the Swiss Alps. It then undergoes a battery of mechanical tests, the results of which are compared with our skiability criteria. After adjustments, the ski is tested in real conditions by our team.Their precious advice will guide the final adjustments before going into production.
«Because you are never better served than by yourself, Movement has its own production unit in Tunisia.»
80 perfectly orchestrated operations and more than fifteen, carefully selected, materials are necessary for the production of a Movement ski. For more than 40 years, this know-how has enabled us not only to guarantee the highest quality standards but also to produce our technologies in complete independence.
Pushing the limits, breaking codes and making the first tracks... this is our definition of innovation.
Our bases are top quality sintered bases with high molecular density. We use 3 different P-Tex bases through out the range which are carefully chosen to match the individual ski.
We use four different thickness and profiles of the edge throughout the range. Rent skis benefit from a specific and wider edge.
ABS SHOCK ABSORBER
The ASA system (ABS shock absorber) is situated in the underfoot area of the ski to act as a shock absorber.
A system of two fiberglass (TI : one fiberglass and one titanal) layers completely integrated under the bindings to guarantee a perfect anchorage of the screws.
A new technology specifically developed for the ski touring range. A ski and its performance are characterized by weight and skiability. We have worked on the carbon filament as well as the fiberglass which surround the wood core.
DOUBLE TITANAL PLATE
Two titanium plates are completely integrated (on the upper and lower part of the ski) in the wood core construction in order to guarantee stability and performance when skiing.
There are quality control checks to measure the ski’s weight, flex and the straightness after the production and before the packaging. The prime concern is to build the most perfect and balanced ski.
2 carbon axes: This reduces weight and increases performance in difficult snow conditions. Partial torsion-resistant and perfect comfort in general.
5 carbon axes: To minimize the weight and maximize the performance in any kind of snow condition. More responsive with a high level of performance as well as perfect edge grip on hard snow or on steep slopes due to a torsion locking system.
100% carbon: In complement to the combination of a mix of five high density carbon fibers axes on the ALP TRACKS range, a 100% unidirectional carbon laminate is put on the upper part and lower part of the ski. With this construction the torsion locking system of the ski is optimal and guarantees an exceptional glide in the turn and perfect grip even in very hard snow conditions, something few skis have achieved. There is also a significant reduction in weight.