Dynafit Meteorite Ski

Dynafit Meteorite Ski
$594.96 $699.95 15% off
Meteorite Ski by Dynafit
Price subject to change | SKU: DNF009Q

Dynafit Meteorite Ski

The Dynafit Meteorite Ski was just too light and too fun, which is why it had to be banned by the International Coalition for Miserable Backcountry Travel--a little known governing body formed to ensure skis are either light or wicked awesome for the descent, but certainly not both. Thankfully, the ICMBT isn't sanctioned in the US, so you still have access to this ridiculously versatile and playful ski for long days touring and harvesting buttery turns on any type of snow.With a poppy and forgiving ash and poplar ride core, carbon speed stringer, and 97mm waist width, you'll be surfing, smearing, floating, and carving whether you encounter windbuff, cold smoke, suncups, or boilerplate. The full sidewall, rockered tip and tail, traditional camber underfoot, and zippy 18-meter turn radius provide excellent responsiveness and easy turn initiation. Any ski touring vet knows the down isn't so fun when you're demolishing your hip flexors by dragging heavy skis up the skintrack, so Dynafit kept the weight down to around four pounds a ski--that way, your legs won't be quivering from the ascent when you're sizing up your line, but perhaps they'll be quivering in anticipation of flexing right into the sweet spot of these versatile planks.

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