Dynastar Pro Rider – Alpine Skis: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Dynastar Pro Rider – Alpine Skis: Reviews

   Photo: Mark Wiens


As the name suggests, the Pro was originally designed for Dynastar's big-mountain freeskiing team. But now any hard-charger with the chops can pony up for these wide bodies. This "big-boy toy," as one tester described it, is built with a wood core, two sheets of metal, and a strip of Rohacell, an acrylic that gives this otherwise heavy ski a lively feel. The result is a surprisingly agile fat boy that plows through crud and powder and loves large-radius turns. 124/97/116; dynastar.com


Bonus: Double as super-G boards.


Bummer: Too much ski for intermediates.


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