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Freeride Ski Dynastar Cham 97
If extreme skiing seems out reach to many skiers, Dynastar is helping a lot and makes this sport more and more popular thanks to the Cham series that carries the name of Chamonix, home of freeriders. Using all their experience and know-how, the engineers designed the Cham 97 and made it versatile, agile and precise. Its main and newest feature is the Levitation Profile being a revolution in ski designs. It has a 5 point sidecuts, a very long rocker through the tip, a traditional underfoot camber and a narrower tail called pin-tail. This is what makes a Cham, a Cham. This construction meets freeride needs and makes life a lot easier.
With its 97mm at the waist, the Cham 97 is primarily intended for skiing on fresh snow. But its construction powered by paulownia wood and titanal reinforcements offers lightweight, responsiveness and edge control and ensures great performance on harder snow. When it gets really deep, you can rely on the Levitation profile to keep you afloat, it is as impressive as it feels natural.
As a quick summary, the Cham 97 is by far the most versatile Cham in the line, however, considering its sidecuts and profile, the ski requires good skills to be managed. Advanced and powerful skiers who like to ride fast should get on well with the beast.
All Mountain Dynastar Powertrack 89
The Cham size with the Chromes construction: this is pretty much how the Powertrack series was made, a gorgeous hybrid ski designed for all-mountain skiers. The Powertrack 89 is the widest ski in the line and also the most powerful. It delivers the nice and natural flexibility of wood and combines it with the power of fiberglass and titanal reinforcements.
The ski also incorporates the ‘Levitation Profile’. It initiates turns with an effortless ease and floats incredibly well on powder without requiring exceptionnal physical skills. A real pleasure.
In the end, the Powertrack 89 is a responsive and precise ski on the hardpack and delivers great performance on powder thanks to a rocker and 89mm under the foot. It’s a very good ski if you are the kind of skier who rides everywhere, whatever the conditions.