Dynafit's Men's DNA Ski offers a great balance of lightness and power, which serious randonnee racers value. Coming in under a pound and a half per ski, the DNA certainly won't hold you back on the climbs, thanks to its ultralight paulownia wood core, while carbon reinforcement adds strength and stability where you need it. The rockered tip helps you float in softer or choppier conditions, and a healthy helping of underfoot camber and a flat tail easily gets you into turns and keeps you there. A slightly longer turn radius than last season's model keeps the DNA exceptionally stable at speed, and the unique cap over full-length sidewall construction is responsible for its increased durability, dampening, and reliable edge hold on firmer snow. To make transitions faster and more efficient, Dynafit made the tip notches for your climbing skins slightly larger, meaning you'll waste no time getting on the uptrack.
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