Taking its handmade or nothing philosophy into the realm of junior sized skis, Moment tailored the Carson Kids' Ski specifically for young riders with an appetite for all mountain ripping. Not just just some shrink rayed version of an adult model, the Carson features a custom designed aspen and pine wood core that gives these planks a consistent and progressive flex that won't fold up or overwhelm lightweight rippers. The rockered tip makes for easy turn initiation on the hard pack and provides plenty of float when cutting fresh lines on powder days, traditional camber underfoot allows young rippers to hold an edge when rallying back to the base, and a traditional tail lets kids enjoy the best of both solid turn finishing and smeary goodness. Because kids don't usually hold back when the gettin's good, Moment built the Carson to last. A durable Durasurf sintered base will hold up to the occasional rock or tree branch hidden beneath the pow, and the beefy Rockwell 48 steel edges aren't likely to blowout after a jib sessions through the trees. A full sidewall construction maintains a high level of durability, keeps the ski stable when picking up speed, and makes sure the Carson stays pristine, so it can be passed down to lil' sis or sold off at the local ski swap after Short Stack has spent a season rallying around the mountain.