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Venturing into the powder, perhaps for the first time, but also for advanced female skiers who like to get off-piste. They are designed for the whole mountain and do well enough on groomed snow to make them a good all-rounder.
Level
Advanced
Terrain
All Mountain
Best for
Venturing into the powder, perhaps for the first time, but also for advanced female skiers who like to get off-piste. They are designed for the whole mountain and do well enough on groomed snow to make them a good all-rounder.
Price
£425.00
lengths
155, 164, 173
Type
Ski
Off-piste
6
Low speed
7
On-piste
6
High speed
5
Overall Score
7
Movement make high quality, mostly freestyle and freeride skis, out of their factory in Switzerland. The Gloss is an all mountain ski and performed admirably on our 2013 on snow ski test, faring better in the powder than on the piste.

Essentially this is a freeride ski that can adapt to groomed snow conditions and adapt it does. Our testers generally agreed that it felt more at home off-piste than on, but it still performs well on harder packed snow with the tip rocker making turn initiation relatively easy.

At high speeds, things can get a little shaky and although the wood core construction feels very solid and strong, it prefers slower speeds on hard pack. Edge hold is good though, and they respond with a light, quick action that makes short turns fun and lively. hey would make a good all-round ski for a seasonaire or an advanced skier who enjoys the powder but wants to make some turns on-piste too.