Dynastar Menace F-Team Ski

Dynastar Menace F-Team Ski
Dynastar Menace F-Team Ski
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Menace F-Team Ski by Dynastar
Whether your pow trips involve deep snow in tight trees or big wide open faces and bowls the Dynastar Menace F-Team Proto Ski has your back. This 118mm underfoot ski boasts a medium turn radius and playful rocker camber rocker profile that is sure to inspire confidence wherever you ride it. The 24m turn radius boosts the versatility of the Proto by being short enough to allow you to really engage the edge and arc tight turns while remaining long enough to provide stability during big straight lines. Combining this turn radius with the rockered tip and tail also allows you to quickly break the edge free when in tight trees for quick slashes and pivoting control. Thanks to the beefy waist size this rocker also allows you to ski with complete control on even the deepest days.

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SKU: DYNZ22A
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