“lost tract of how many were bought since 1956.when these skis wear out ,i will find more like them.i use a 0 base and 1 side cut,and detune 6 inches back top and bottom.flat out they are as fast and stable as my old 7s rossiand 9s rossi.these skis give no knee pain and no surprises as the austrian skis do if mistakes are made,the french skis do not let you down. ” --snowfall
“Perfect ski for a good solid skier who is mostly on easter terrain. Great fun on the short eastern groomers, bumps and glades, edge sticks on ice and hard pack. You can feel the sweet spot move forward and back as you play with it, this ski is so easy to feel on the snow but so sollid at the same time with lots of pep. I love the ski for what I do with it. I've had it out in everything,...” --lady_Salina
Whether you're an entry-level park and pipe skier or just can't afford to dish out a rent payment for skis, opt for the affordable, but completely bombproof twintip Dynastar Nothing But Trouble Alpine Ski for all your slopestyle shenanigans. The Nothing But Trouble Ski sails over the tables and spins like atop thanks to Dynastar's innovative graduated layering mechanism. This...
Turn off your alarm, get the coffee brewing, throw the Dynastar Exculsive Pro Rider Alpine Ski on your racks, and get your place in line with the rest of the powder addicts waiting for the avalanche crews to open the canyon. Big days call for big skis, and this women's-specific powder ski floats with the big boys. Dynastar made the Exculsive Pro Rider Ski with a stiff, but lightweight...
“ Ski tested: Dynastart Huge Trouble, 185, 2009 model (identical to current 6thSense Huge). 115 mm under foot, little or no camber, 33m radius sidecut, stiff forebody, softer tail with almost a pintail shape. Mounted with LookPX bindings 2.5 cm behind the "Standard" line. Conditions: Squaw Valley, bluebird powder day, Squaw reported 6-8 inches of new snow on top, but felt more like 4-6...” --alexzn
“My brother in law gave them to me they where 176 and I am just to big for them as I am 6ft.3in and 250lbs and I overpowered them. I gave them to my friends wife and she loves them in backcountry skiing. I really should not be saying anything about them as they where a gift and the size just was to short for me.” --Charles50
Half pipe ripper and slopestyle siren Marie Martinod got together with Dynastar to create a park and pipe ski PH-balanced for a woman. That s right; this park tool is for ladies only. Dynastar s spring blade construction offers more pop than a movie theater concession stand, and the burly wood core keeps the ski strong and buttery smooth all season long. The Marie Martinod Pro Model Ski...