Slotting in as the narrower waisted sibling to the popular Menace Proto, the M-Free 108 is built for soft snow control all over the mountain. This ski bucks current trends by opting for a beefy and somewhat heavy construction that will create stability and control in deep fresh snow and skied out pow day afternoons at the resort. This specific use is backed up by a versatile tapered shape and rocker profile that will encourage you to ski your best when new snow falls and ensure you enjoy between storm groomer days at the same time.
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Dynastar M-Free 108 Ski
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