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Dynastar Powertrack 84 Skis - 8969dypwt8417zz-dynastar-skis - Hiking sku

Dynastar Powertrack 84 Skis - 8969dypwt8417zz-dynastar-skis by Dynastar

Item description: This Hiking Skis product is by Dynastar - The award-winning, POWERTRACK 84 introduces a new era of all-mountain performance for expert to advanced skiers. Combining the best elements of modern freeride and all-mountain ski design, this breakthrough new one-ski-quiver provides a huge sweet spot, keeping you firmly balanced in the driver''s seat across all terrain and snow conditions. Moderate tip and tail rocker provides effortless balance, float, and control through variable snow, while traditional camber underfoot retains the power, energy, and edge grip for solid hard-snow performance. A progressive five-point sidecut allows for powerful carved turns that engage quickly and release with ease in any snow condition, providing the consistent yet playful versatility and control that sets a new all-mountain standard. Equal parts power and playfulness, maneuverability and control, Powertrack delivers the well-rounded, freeride-inspired performance to make the entire mountain your playground. Core: Wood Core Lining: 100% Fiber Extra Material: Tip Protector Rocker: Tip & Tail Rocker Construction Sandwich Sidecut: 106-84-123 Tail Dimension: 106mm @ 176cm Tip Width: 123mm @ 176cm Waist Width: 84mm @ 176cm Radius: 15m @ 176cm Weight: 3.58 kg/pair All Mountain Profile... Learn More

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