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DynaStar
$400.00 at evo.com

After a squished tram ride, wait for the crowd to subside, drop the Dynastar Women's Cham 107 ski one by one onto soft packed snow..., and gaze over to the cirque to see where all the little skier ants have gone. It may be a busy semi-powder day, but you know where the goods are at. Equipped with a long rockered tip, the Cham 107 floats through pow, crud, and soft snow while its classic camber underfoot delivers stability, reliable edge-grip, and power. This unique profile also allows for easy steering, maneuverability, and control which comes in handy on busy resort days. Designed with a flat pintail, this big mountain plank delivers power, tracking, and stability in all snow conditions and provides easier speed control. The narrower, flat tail also works exceptionally well with the Cham's rockered tip by enhancing tip floatation for phenomenal ease of use in deep snow, while also making it easier to balance and maintain direction for effortless powder performance. A progressive 5-Point sidecut combines reverse sidecut in the tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot for effortless maneuverability and smearing capability while preventing hooking, twitching, and overturning in deep snow. This sweet sidecut also supplies quick, easy turns and speed control in a variety of snow conditions and enables the Cham 107 to carve and turn well on groomed terrain. Thanks to its sandwich laminate construction and full-length vertical sidewalls you have a strong, solid, and durable ski that can easily withstand season's of skier abuse with ease. Constructed with a wood core and titanal laminate, the Cham 107 provides a sweet feel, balance, power, and stability, so you can enjoy big sweeping powder turns, high-speed turns through well-spaced trees, and arcs down fresh groomers. Read More

DynaStar
$375.00 at evo.com

The Dynastar Women's Cham 97 Ski is the eager-to-please middle child of the Cham family of big-mountain-to-backside skis. It's got... a fat, long, rockered tip, mid-fat waist, and classic camber underfoot. So it can ride like the wind just about anywhere. Its Five-point sidecut features a reverse cut at the tip and tail to eliminate grabbing or wash-outs, and its flat pintail adds super stability and pop from turn to turn. Backside? Definitely. And hard-charging straightlines, tight turns, and everything in-between. This isn't a ski for a beginner, but it does have a lightweight paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate for maneuverability and ease of use. Read More

DynaStar
$300.00 at evo.com

With 84mm waists for grippy turns on groomed runs, the Powertrack 84 skis deliver well-rounded, freeride-inspired performance to m...ake the entire mountain your playground. Read More

DynaStar
$350.00 at evo.com

The mid-fat, 87-millimeter waist and rockered tip of the Dynastar Women's Cham 87 Ski gives this board surprising versatility. Its... classic camber underfoot and sandwich sidewall construction gives it edging power and precision turning; a five-point sidecut tapers in a reverse cut at the tip and tail for streamlined maneuverability and hook-free speeding. The flat pintail adds stability at high speeds and energy from turn to turn. The lightweight construction, with paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate, is suitable for lighter-weight women. But don't let that make you think this ski is for lightweights; this full vertical-sidewall pow ski can point it. The entry-level big-mountain freeski strikes a fine balance between big- and all-mountain. Read More

DynaStar
$552.50 at evo.com

The long rocker tip of the Dynastar Cham 117 Ski makes it ideal for floating effortlessly through powder. And while floating throu...gh powder is certainly ideal, the snow world isn't always that cooperative, so the Cham 117 has a progressive 5-point sidecut that creates a pintail shape in the tail, allowing you to initiate turns on hardpack, as well as avoid hooking or twitching in deeper snow. Dynastar used a sandwich laminate in conjunction with a full vertical sidewall to make sure that you won't experience a blowout in the middle of your 4-day yurt trip. Read More

DynaStar
$284.97 at evo.com

When you go to the backcountry, you're looking to charge as hard as you do on any other day, which means you need a touring ski th...at's up to snuff with your high expectations. The Dynastar Cham High Mountain 107 Ski features the new Levitation Profile like the rest of the Cham family, yet incorporates a super-lightweight Paulownia wood core so it's feathery on the way up and crushes on the way down. Read More

DynaStar
$400.00 at evo.com

After a squished tram ride, wait for the crowd to subside, drop the Dynastar Women's Cham 107 ski one by one onto soft packed snow..., and gaze over to the cirque to see where all the little skier ants have gone. It may be a busy semi-powder day, but you know where the goods are at. Equipped with a long rockered tip, the Cham 107 floats through pow, crud, and soft snow while its classic camber underfoot delivers stability, reliable edge-grip, and power. This unique profile also allows for easy steering, maneuverability, and control which comes in handy on busy resort days. Designed with a flat pintail, this big mountain plank delivers power, tracking, and stability in all snow conditions and provides easier speed control. The narrower, flat tail also works exceptionally well with the Cham's rockered tip by enhancing tip floatation for phenomenal ease of use in deep snow, while also making it easier to balance and maintain direction for effortless powder performance. A progressive 5-Point sidecut combines reverse sidecut in the tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot for effortless maneuverability and smearing capability while preventing hooking, twitching, and overturning in deep snow. This sweet sidecut also supplies quick, easy turns and speed control in a variety of snow conditions and enables the Cham 107 to carve and turn well on groomed terrain. Thanks to its sandwich laminate construction and full-length vertical sidewalls you have a strong, solid, and durable ski that can easily withstand season's of skier abuse with ease. Constructed with a wood core and titanal laminate, the Cham 107 provides a sweet feel, balance, power, and stability, so you can enjoy big sweeping powder turns, high-speed turns through well-spaced trees, and arcs down fresh groomers. Read More

DynaStar
$179.97 at evo.com

If you aspire to big air and pipe glory try the Dynastar Sixth Sense Serial Skis. These are all-mountain twin-tip skis designed to... help beginners progress. The construction is durable so a few mistakes while you're learning are less likely to mangle your Read More

DynaStar
$277.97 at evo.com

As the big gun in Dynastar's new Cham series, the Cham 127 Ski is an expert-level ski built to deliver the ultimate punch in the b...ig mountains. The new Levitation Profile has an extra-long rocker in the tip for effortless float, yet sports a classic camber underfoot that extends into a flat pintail so you have all the power and bite you need to rip turns at high speed. Read More

DynaStar
$227.97 at evo.com

You don't want to have to amass two dozen pairs of skis, but big mountains and bigger lines require a special ski if you want to r...un a quiver of one. The new Dynastar Cham 107 Ski is your ticket to happily crushing the steeps day in and day out. The unique Levitation Profile is aggressively rockered in the tip for effortless float, while a classic camber underfoot extending into a flat pintail enables you to work with hardpack like Michelangelo with a piece of marble. The whole mountain is your media, go make something beautiful. Read More

DynaStar
$375.00 at evo.com

Blending the best of hardpack edge hold, crud-busting stability, and powdery playfulness, the Dynastar Powertrack 89 Ski is a new ...benchmark in the world of all-mountain domination. Like a powder ski, it's built with rocker in the tip and tail to float over deep snow and day-old chop, but it has a burly two-layer fiberglass and Titanal laminate that gives it plenty of stiffness to charge down groomers and mob through manky snow. Traditional camber underfoot lets you rail turns at eye-watering speeds while the tough sandwich construction provide plenty of stability and power, as well as a bonus shot of durability. Dynastar designed the Powertrack with progressive five-point sidecut, tapering the tips and tails for easier turn initiation and a loose, surfy feel in powder. The tapered tail lets you break out of turns easily to slash like you're in a ski movie or dump speed before you accidentally launch off a cliff, and the tip shape allows for smooth, consistent turning without the hooky feeling that plagues traditional skis in soft snow. The snappy, powerful Powertrack doesn't have much of a speed limit in hard or soft snow, and it will make sure that you don't have to miss a minute of the day switching out skis when conditions are changing up on you. Read More

DynaStar
$227.97 at evo.com

When the storm report is for feet of snow, you'll be stoked to have the Dynastar Cham 107 Skis as your quiver. These versatile big... mountain boards are ready to rip your favorite powder lines and work the mountain in search of untouched stashes. Featuring rockered tips and traditional camber with flat tails, the Cham 107 offers dreamy initiation, big flotation and a traditional turn finish. The Titanal laminate and wood core construction serves up a classic damp ride, and the Cham is not shy when it's time to open it up on the groomers. Traditional camber and tails yield excellent carving and all-mountain performance, at any speed. Vertical sidewalls further enhance the Cham's edge control, while its 20-meter turn radius is ready to serve up big turns when the terrain opens up. Read More

DynaStar
$350.00 at evo.com

The mid-fat, 87-millimeter waist and rockered tip of the Dynastar Women's Cham 87 Ski gives this board surprising versatility. Its... classic camber underfoot and sandwich sidewall construction gives it edging power and precision turning; a five-point sidecut tapers in a reverse cut at the tip and tail for streamlined maneuverability and hook-free speeding. The flat pintail adds stability at high speeds and energy from turn to turn. The lightweight construction, with paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate, is suitable for lighter-weight women. But don't let that make you think this ski is for lightweights; this full vertical-sidewall pow ski can point it. The entry-level big-mountain freeski strikes a fine balance between big- and all-mountain. Read More

DynaStar
$300.00 at evo.com

Start cruising, carving and crushing the hill with confidence with the Dynastar Neva 78 Skis. From crud to corduroy, powder to pis...te the Neva is the tool you need to take your skiing to the next level. Offering a stable yet playful platform for progression, this ski is the gateway to comfort , control and confidence on the hill. Featuring a paulownia wood core and traditional camber underfoot, this ski bolsters the power and energy needed to spring from edge to edge on hard pack, while the Tip and Tail Rocker supply the forgiveness needed to ski in variable snow conditions. The Neva 78 does not disappoint but rather pleasantly surprises its users with a playful yet controlled and smooth ride. Read More

DynaStar
$375.00 at evo.com

The Dynastar Women's Cham 97 Ski is the eager-to-please middle child of the Cham family of big-mountain-to-backside skis. It's got... a fat, long, rockered tip, mid-fat waist, and classic camber underfoot. So it can ride like the wind just about anywhere. Its Five-point sidecut features a reverse cut at the tip and tail to eliminate grabbing or wash-outs, and its flat pintail adds super stability and pop from turn to turn. Backside? Definitely. And hard-charging straightlines, tight turns, and everything in-between. This isn't a ski for a beginner, but it does have a lightweight paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate for maneuverability and ease of use. Read More

DynaStar
$99.98 at evo.com

Get your grom skiing like a superstar with the Dynastar My First Boy Skis. Featuring a light weight construction, this ski is an e...asy-to-use introductory ski and his perfect for progressing. As durable as it gets with Dynastar's Cap Construction, the My First's were built to last and take what ever comes at them. Provide your kid prodigy with a quality ski like this and you will get quality in return-- Olympic training starts as soon as they click in! Read More

DynaStar
$300.00 at evo.com

This is all-mountain unchained. The all-new POWERTRACK 84 introduces a new era of all-mountain performance for expert to advanced ...skiers. Combining the best elements of modern freeride and all-mountain ski design, this breakthrough new one-ski-quiver provides a huge sweet spot, keeping you firmly balanced in the driver''s seat across all terrain and snow conditions. Moderate tip and tail rocker provides effortless balance, float, and control through variable snow, while traditional camber underfoot retains the power, energy, and edge grip for solid hard-snow performance. A progressive five-point sidecut allows for powerful carved turns that engage quickly and release with ease in any snow condition, providing the consistent yet playful versatility and control that sets a new all-mountain standard. Equal parts power and playfulness, maneuverability and control, Powertrack delivers the well-rounded, freeride-inspired performance to make the entire mountain your playground. * Radius: 16m * Weight: 1790 g/ski * Sizes: 162,169,176,183 * Sidecut: 123 - 84 - 106 * Reinforcements: 100% Fiber * 50% Off-Trail/ 50% On-Trail Int * Powertrack Profile: A unique design for all-mountain skis, the powertrack profile is inspired by the 5-point sidecut of the Levitation Profile together with a tip and tail rocker. The skis deliver top performance on piste as well as being incredibly easy to handle off piste * Sandwich: Sandwich construction with full-length straight sidewalls, for maximum precision and performance. * Tip & Tail Rocker: A rocker that''s very progressive in the tip, with limited length and height, and even less pronounced in the tail. This ski pivots more easily but retains all its grip and carving performance. The rocker also improves tip flotation on varied terrain and powder, making it a decisive plus for All Mountain skiing. Read More

DynaStar
$400.00 at evo.com

After a squished tram ride, wait for the crowd to subside, drop the Dynastar Women's Cham 107 ski one by one onto soft packed snow..., and gaze over to the cirque to see where all the little skier ants have gone. It may be a busy semi-powder day, but you know where the goods are at. Equipped with a long rockered tip, the Cham 107 floats through pow, crud, and soft snow while its classic camber underfoot delivers stability, reliable edge-grip, and power. This unique profile also allows for easy steering, maneuverability, and control which comes in handy on busy resort days. Designed with a flat pintail, this big mountain plank delivers power, tracking, and stability in all snow conditions and provides easier speed control. The narrower, flat tail also works exceptionally well with the Cham's rockered tip by enhancing tip floatation for phenomenal ease of use in deep snow, while also making it easier to balance and maintain direction for effortless powder performance. A progressive 5-Point sidecut combines reverse sidecut in the tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot for effortless maneuverability and smearing capability while preventing hooking, twitching, and overturning in deep snow. This sweet sidecut also supplies quick, easy turns and speed control in a variety of snow conditions and enables the Cham 107 to carve and turn well on groomed terrain. Thanks to its sandwich laminate construction and full-length vertical sidewalls you have a strong, solid, and durable ski that can easily withstand season's of skier abuse with ease. Constructed with a wood core and titanal laminate, the Cham 107 provides a sweet feel, balance, power, and stability, so you can enjoy big sweeping powder turns, high-speed turns through well-spaced trees, and arcs down fresh groomers. Read More

DynaStar
$249.97 at evo.com

The Dynastar Cham 87 Ski won't hide its preference for the backside, but it will take you anywhere on the mountain in grand style ...and ripping capability. It moves edge-to-edge with power and precision thanks to its sandwich laminate construction and classic camber underfoot. And it has a Five-point sidecut for super-smooth turning in a variety of radii. But with a long, rockered, wide tip, it floats through soft snow like a dream. It sings down the backside like an angel. But like the loyal and obedient all-mountain ski it is, it will shred anywhere you take it. At the less aggressive end of the Cham big-mountain-to-backside series, the Cham 87 ski delights intermediate to advanced backside skiers. Read More

DynaStar
$699.95 $419.97 at Backcountry.com

Make sure your ski socks are on tight, because the Dynastar Cham 107 Ski is liable to try and knock them off with its combo of pow...er, precision, maneuverability, and float. Made to crush the steep, deep, and gnarly, the 107 is the most versatile ski in Dynastar's Cham line, built with a light wood core that's been laminated with fiberglass and laid up with a sheet of titanal to provide plenty of torsional stiffness and power when you're mobbing down wind-buffed faces, busting through chop, or rallying the groomers back to the lift. Traditional camber underfoot, vertical sidewalls, and a flat tail give you tons of edging power, and the extra-long tip rocker helps the ski float through the cold smoke and gobble up day-old leftovers like they're a five-course meal. The Cham 107 also features Dynastar's progressive five-point sidecut, which combines a tapered tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot to give you the best edging, smearing, and turning performance this side of a sports car. The tapered tip engages like a dream but won't hook up or get twitchy at speed, and the flat pintail provides strong turn finishing, helps you float through the deep, and lets you dump speed in a hurry when you find yourself heading for an unexpected air. With a sandwich construction and vertical sidewalls along the length of the ski, the Cham 107 has plenty of toughness, power, and durability, too, so you won't feel out of place ripping some hardpack to ribbons when it hasn't snowed in a few days. Read More

DynaStar
$299.95 $179.97 at Backcountry.com

Your little ripper isn't sticking to the bunny hill any longer; make sure he or she is ready for the rest of the mountain with the... Dynastar Kids' Serial Team Ski. The twin rocker profile will let your grom step up his or her game in the park, tree laps, anywhere they can find to have some fun. With a traditional sidecut, your lil' one should have no trouble laying down great carves all day on fresh corduroy, if you can get them out of the park, that is. Read More

DynaStar
$599.95 $455.00 at Backcountry.com

Instead of trying to reinvent the touring ski with the Cham Alti 85 Ski, Dynastar focused on refining the basic principles: making... it lighter, more stable, and more versatile for long tours and ski mountaineering. The Alti 85 is the widest ski in the Alti line, making it perfect for those days when you're hoping alpine powder is on the menu, but it weighs in under six pounds so you'll be able to handle long approaches, big climbs, and steep bootpacks without feeling like gravity has a personal vendetta against you. The LightCore is made of Paulownia wood with a light fiberglass laminate to up the Alti's performance in hard snow, and the cap construction gives it a smooth and consistent flex while keeping the ounces to a minimum. You're never sure what sort of snow you'll run into up high, either, so the Alti has traditional camber underfoot for edge grip and confidence on those patches of neve and wind-affected snow, along with a tip rocker to help you plane and float through powder and cruise with confidence over rough, uneven snow. It also features Dynastar's Alti Skin Grip system, which makes it easy to center and hook up Dynastar skins, making those 3am alpine starts just a little bit easier. Read More

DynaStar
$549.95 $329.97 at Backcountry.com

The Dynastar Women's Cham 97 Ski is the eager-to-please middle child of the Cham family of big-mountain-to-backside skis. It's got... a fat, long, rockered tip, mid-fat waist, and classic camber underfoot. So it can ride like the wind just about anywhere. Its Five-point sidecut features a reverse cut at the tip and tail to eliminate grabbing or wash-outs, and its flat pintail adds super stability and pop from turn to turn. Backside? Definitely. And hard-charging straightlines, tight turns, and everything in-between. This isn't a ski for a beginner, but it does have a lightweight paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate for maneuverability and ease of use. Read More

DynaStar
$649.95 $389.97 at Backcountry.com

Dynastar's Cham 107 High Mountain is a burly, hard-charging freeride ski just like it's cousin, the classic Cham, but with one maj...or difference--actually, make that 2. 75 differences. That's how many pounds lighter the High Mountain is than the traditional Cham, thanks to the Paulownia wood and fiberglass core. It's ditched the metal layer to make it a better touring ski that's also suited for lighter riders, but hasn't lost much of the Cham's big-mountain deep-snow performance. It's retained the progressive five-point sidecut--traditional sidecut underfoot with a tapered tip and tail--so it can still rip through all conditions, smear pow turns, and turn on a dime, and kept the floaty, surfy pin-tail shape, too. Along with the extra-long tip rocker, this helps the High Mountain plane up and over soft snow, and gives you the option of sitting on your tails to dump speed when you realize you're bearing down on a cliff band you weren't expecting. Dynastar also built it with traditional camber underfoot for rugged edge grip when you run into those firm spots, and vertical sidewalls for power and durability when you're pinching the throttle, making it a super-versatile powder ski that excels in the variable conditions that are part of riding outside the resort. Read More

DynaStar
$499.95 $299.97 at Backcountry.com

The mid-fat, 87-millimeter waist and rockered tip of the Dynastar Women's Cham 87 Ski gives this board surprising versatility. Its... classic camber underfoot and sandwich sidewall construction gives it edging power and precision turning; a five-point sidecut tapers in a reverse cut at the tip and tail for streamlined maneuverability and hook-free speeding. The flat pintail adds stability at high speeds and energy from turn to turn. The lightweight construction, with paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate, is suitable for lighter-weight women. But don't let that make you think this ski is for lightweights; this full vertical-sidewall pow ski can point it. The entry-level big-mountain freeski strikes a fine balance between big- and all-mountain. Read More

DynaStar
$749.95 $374.98 at Backcountry.com

The long rocker tip of the Dynastar Cham 117 Ski makes it ideal for floating effortlessly through powder. And while floating throu...gh powder is certainly ideal, the snow world isn't always that cooperative, so the Cham 117 has a progressive 5-point sidecut that creates a pintail shape in the tail, allowing you to initiate turns on hardpack, as well as avoid hooking or twitching in deeper snow. Dynastar used a sandwich laminate in conjunction with a full vertical sidewall to make sure that you won't experience a blowout in the middle of your 4-day yurt trip. Read More

DynaStar
$1,199.95 $910.00 at Backcountry.com

Ranonee racing is tough--not only do you have to get up and down, but you have to get up and down faster than everyone else. Dynas...tar's Pierra Menta Race Carbon Ski was developed to crush the climbs and descents of its famous namesake race in record time, with a full carbon construction that keeps the weight of a pair--that's two skis--to a hardly believable three pounds, making it one of the absolute lightest skis in the world. It has a rocker in the tip to prevent catching on the uphill and to smooth out the descent, and traditional camber in the 65mm waist to give you enough stability to navigate choppy, icy downhills. The sandwich construction helps to deliver powder and stability to the edges, and the super-light wood core won't hold you back on the climbs or feel too toothpicky on the descents. It's made in Chamonix, too, by folks who understand what rando racing and ski mountaineering are all about, so it's got uphill speed in its DNA. Read More

DynaStar
$399.95 $299.96 at Backcountry.com

If the most important characteristic of your favorite all-mountain twin-tip is noodle, the Dynastar Distorter Ski is definitely no...t for you. However, if you like to go fast, float off lips, and slay the whole mountain on a stable, poppy platform, this ripper will provide you with top-shelf versatility and fun. At the heart of the Distorter is Dynastar's Springblade technology, which uses a core constructed of multiple wood layers bonded with stacked fiberglass of varying lengths that's thicker under the bindings. This gives the ski plenty of pop and also provides excellent shock absorption on landings, so you can rip groomers and boost through the park with supreme confidence. The sandwich layup makes the Distorter plenty tough and strong on its edges, and the 22m turn radius is small enough to be manageable but plenty big enough to let you open things up and see if you can set your personal speed record. Tip and tail rocker help you float through powder, throw some surfy, smeary turns, and ride switch like a boss, so you'll never run into terrain that you can't totally dominate. Read More

DynaStar
$200.00 $120.00 at Backcountry.com

Dynastar's Starlett Ski is made to help your pint-sized beginner become a black-diamond-conquering ripper. It's light and manageab...le, with a fiberglass and PU LightCore to deliver a friendly flex, and a cap construction to keep weight down and durability up. Dynastar designed it with moderate tip rocker to improve its performance in soft and choppy snow, too, so your shredder-in-training can venture into the trees and the powder with confidence. Read More

DynaStar
$299.95 $179.97 at Backcountry.com

Your little ripper isn't sticking to the bunny hill any longer; make sure he or she is ready for the rest of the mountain with the... Dynastar Kids' Serial Team Ski. The twin rocker profile will let your grom step up his or her game in the park, tree laps, anywhere they can find to have some fun. With a traditional sidecut, your lil' one should have no trouble laying down great carves all day on fresh corduroy, if you can get them out of the park, that is. Read More

DynaStar
$599.95 $455.00 at Backcountry.com

Instead of trying to reinvent the touring ski with the Cham Alti 85 Ski, Dynastar focused on refining the basic principles: making... it lighter, more stable, and more versatile for long tours and ski mountaineering. The Alti 85 is the widest ski in the Alti line, making it perfect for those days when you're hoping alpine powder is on the menu, but it weighs in under six pounds so you'll be able to handle long approaches, big climbs, and steep bootpacks without feeling like gravity has a personal vendetta against you. The LightCore is made of Paulownia wood with a light fiberglass laminate to up the Alti's performance in hard snow, and the cap construction gives it a smooth and consistent flex while keeping the ounces to a minimum. You're never sure what sort of snow you'll run into up high, either, so the Alti has traditional camber underfoot for edge grip and confidence on those patches of neve and wind-affected snow, along with a tip rocker to help you plane and float through powder and cruise with confidence over rough, uneven snow. It also features Dynastar's Alti Skin Grip system, which makes it easy to center and hook up Dynastar skins, making those 3am alpine starts just a little bit easier. Read More

DynaStar
$599.95 $359.97 at Backcountry.com

The Dynastar Cham 97 Ski got its start in, of all places, Chamonix. Shocking, right? Given Chamonix's reputation, it's no surprise... that the Cham 97 likes to ski big, burly lines in all sorts of off-trail conditions. The long rocker tip gives plenty of flotation and enhances your ability to punch through crud of all types. Moving back on the ski, the underfoot camber delivers stability and reliable edge-hold in a variety of conditions, right up to, and including, the most hardpack of the hardpack. The 5-point sidecut creates a pin-tail shape that prevents hooking and overturning in deeper snow, and that also helps to initiate carving and turns on groomed snow. The full-length vertical sidewalls deliver tons of edge grip, balance, and stability, no matter how fast you get going. If you're a hard-charger who likes to be able to hit areas all over the mountain, you'll love the Cham 97 as your everyday drivers. Read More

DynaStar
$549.95 $329.97 at Backcountry.com

Dig the original Dynastar Cham Series but looking for something a little lighter, more maneuverable, and backcountry-friendly? The... Cham High Mountain 97 Ski is your new horse. It has the same dimensions, camber profile, and shape as the classic Cham, but uses a Paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate to cut the weight by 25%, making it perfect for lighter riders or rippers who spend their fair share of time outside the resort boundaries. Lots of skis are light, but the High Mountain's rocker and sidecut profiles are what set it apart. Just like its burlier brother, it features a progressive five-point sidecut, which combines a tapered tip and tail with traditional sidecut and camber underfoot to create a feel that's solid and edgy on hardpack but can get loose and smeary in deeper snow, so you can rip all sorts of conditions with confidence. The High Mountain also features a pin-tail shape and an extra-long tip rocker that work together to seriously improve float in powder, increase the ski's ability to comfortably make dynamic turns, and let you dump speed at a moment's notice. Paired with the sandwich construction and rugged vertical sidewalls, this gives the High Mountain a feel that's equal parts nimble and stable, so you can open it up down big backcountry faces, billygoat your way through peppery chutes, or rip frontside groomers without getting your undies in a bundle. Read More

DynaStar
$710.95 at The-House.com

The Dynastar Legend Big Dump Ski is an athlete developed big mountain ski to meet their needs while skiing open faces with soft sn...ow. With a construction similar to the XXL and Pro Rider, the Big Dump has a more progressive tip which will allow the ski to stay on top of snow more naturally. This allows the skier to ski at higher speeds while maintaining control in mixed snow conditions. Key Features of the Dynastar Legend Big Dump Skis: Sidecut: 142-120-132 Lengths: 192 Racing Base Titanial Torsion Box Technology Vertical sidewall construction wood core Read More

DynaStar
$183.95 at The-House.com

Twin tip, wide waist and solid construction make the Dynastar 6Th Sense Team Ski great for juniors that ripKey Features of the Dyn...astar 6Th Sense Team Skis:Sidecut: 117-76-105Lengths: 105, 115, 125, 135Cap ConstructionComposite CoreIsospeed Base Read More

DynaStar
$276.95 at The-House.com

With more pop than a can full of soda mixed with explosive candy, the Dynastar 6th Sense Superpipe Ski reigns supreme over the par...k and pipe. A lively combination of materials in its core gives this ride a snappy feel on take-off and a buttery-smooth flex on jump transitions and pipe walls. Dynastar kept the swing weight low so once you're in the air it's easy to bring the Superpipe around for another rotation or two. Key Features of the Dynastar 6Th Sense Superpipe Skis: Lengths 155cm, 165cm, 175cm, 182cm Dimensions 112 / 78 / 102mm Turn Radius 21m Construction Traditional sandwich, Spring Blade Tail Twintip Freestyle Ski Wood Core Regular Camber Read More

DynaStar
$540.95 at The-House.com

The Dynastar Cham 97 Ski is designed for float and maneuverability in the powder. This ski has a long rockered tip and mid-wide wa...ist to give you float on soft snow. The Cham 97 Ski blends 5 different sidecuts to provide optimal performance. The pintail r Read More

DynaStar
$389.95 at The-House.com

The Dynastar Cham 87 Skis are the Porsche of the ski world. Built to deliver aggressive performance in any all-mountain setting th...ese skis will take you to parts of the mountain you have never seen. The 5-Point Sidecut delivers incredible turning perfor Read More

DynaStar
$422.95 at The-House.com

The CHAM HM 97 features a lighter weight high-performance construction, delivering more nimble and accessible performance for all-...mountain adventures or backcountry tours. Cham HM''s award-winning combination of long tip rocker, 5-point sidecut, and a paulownia wood core delivers incredible power, maneuverability and float while offering a 25% weight reduction from the standard Cham construction. The unique flat/pintail design enhances tip float in the deepest snow conditions, offers instant speed control for phenomenal ease-of-use, and provides all-mountain power, tracking and stability that redefines freeride performance. * Radius: 15m * Size: 166,172,178,184 * Weight: 1800 g/ski * Sidecut: 133 - 97 - 113 * Reinforcements: 100% Fiber * 80% Powder/ 20% All-Mountain * Rec. Binding (not included): Pivot 12 B95; SPX 12 B100; XM 13 C100 * Levitation Profile: The combination of a 5 point sidecut, extra long tip rocker, traditional camber underfoot and narrower «pin-tail» produces the reliability and versatility that are essential in freeride. * Sandwich: Sandwich construction with full-length straight sidewalls, for maximum precision and performance. * Pualownia Wood Core: The Paulownia wood core reduces the weight of the skis by 25%. Dynastar combines this wood with fibers developed by the race department to guarantee optimal skiability and performance. * Lightness: A ski incorporating all of Dynastar''s ski mountaineering expertise to create a light weight without compromising on performance. * Skin: In partnership with POMOCA, Dynastar produces high-performance, resistant and easy to use skins cut to the shape of the ski. * OFG: Working with guides and riders in Chamonix to develop our skis is an integral part of Dynastar''s DNA. Producing our skis in the Chamonix valley was an obvious choice. It is also a guarantee of quality and control over production processes. Read More

DynaStar
$389.95 at The-House.com

The Dynastar Cham HM 87 Skis are built for all-mountain skiers looking to occasionally get off the trail. The lightweight paulowni...a core makes this ski nimble and quick from edge to edge. A Progressive 5-Point Sidecut blends reverse and traditional sidecu Read More

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