If you're the type of skier that heads straight for newly opened terrain, who loves to duck and dive into the fresh, snowy trees off-trail, who lives for the storm days--this legend is for you. As the widest ski in Dynastar's freeride collection, it's best suited for storm skiing and day-after exploring, with a lightweight core to keep your turns popping and a stiff metal laminate to keep you stable once the snow gets chopped. And while its well-balanced profile enhances performance on the deeper days, its not so wide as to be overwhelming when the snow gets skied out, and camber underfoot enhances edge-to-edge response if you find yourself on the groomers for the rest of the day.
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Dynastar Legend 106 Ski - Women's
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