Dynastar Legened X 106 Ski

Dynastar Legened X 106 Ski
Dynastar Legened X 106 Ski
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Legened X 106 Ski by Dynastar
There are many factors that play into a solid day on the slopes, and a bomber pair of planks on your feet is high up on that list. The Dynastar Legend X 106 Ski is a mid-fat ripper that will have you slashing, carving, and everything in between. Float turns through powdery faces with the 106mm waist and rockered tip and tail, then flip it around and rail hardpack and chopped up crud in the afternoon when everything's tracked out.Dynastar used a light paulownia wood core to give this ski a playful and poppy feeling, while Titanal layers reduce chatter and maintain torsional rigidity while you're clocking high speeds though chunder. Full sidewalls let you lay it down GS-style on firm steep slopes, and the short turn radius makes these sticks nimble enough to navigate tight trees in search of hidden stashes.

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SKU: DYN004M
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