Dynafit Manaslu - Backcountry Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Dynafit Manaslu - Backcountry Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Good for Touring
Extremely light for its width, the wood-core Manaslu impressed testers most when the snow got funky. While the tip is slightly rockered, the back third of the ski has more sidecut, which allows for quick turns in steep and tight terrain. Note: The pre-cut inserts are designed for Dynafit bindings but will accommodate almost any AT or telemark hardware. Ditto for the proprietary skin attachments, which work best with Dynafit skins but don't get in the way of others. 122/95/108, 6.4 lbs; dynafit.com

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