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Movement has reimagined its freeride Go series for the new season, so how would the 100 perform in our review?
Level
Advanced
Terrain
Freeride
Best for
Skiers who know that Movement skis suit their style.
Price
£549
Season
2017/18
lengths
170,177,185
Bindings?
No
Float
7
Versatility
4
Playfulness
7
Energy
5
Value
3
Stability
6
Overall Score
5
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The new top-sheet gives them a mean and moody look.
Movement's decision to repackage more than redesign.

Movement's Go range of freeride skis has had a bit of a makeover this season, with the Go Fast, Go Strong and Go Big morphing into the Go 100, Go 106 and Go 115.

A Go 109 has been added to the line, with Movement presumably deciding that there was too much of a gap between 106 and 115mm widths.

The Go 100s now sport a jet black topsheet with blue go-faster stripes rather than the harlequin black and aqua pattern of last year. Oh, and the signature apple motif has moved to the tails of the skis.

The guts of the Go 100 remain the same, with a poplar woodcore centre, carbon stringers, rubber strips that both dampen the ride and protect the skis from moisture intrusion, plus a hearty wrapping of fibreglass. The skis remain light enough to consider as a touring option.

Unfortunately many of the limitations we found in the Go Fasts last season remain in the Go 100s, while the price has risen from £489 to £549 without bindings - although the pound's crash post-Brexit may explain some of that.

They are fine for pivoting in soft snow and their width gives them adequate float, but they do tend to understeer in turns.

On piste they feel dull and sluggish, although recreational skiers could be happy enough swivelling around on piste without having to worry too much about performance.