The Carbonio 88 is a limited edition speed touring ski with a stiff carbon construction. Available only at select dealers, the Carbonio series features micro sidewalls, flex tips, and a souped-up carbon layup that maximizes downhill performance. The skis are on the stiffer side, so better suited towards big or aggressive skiers. The 88mm-wide version of the Carbonio is the light-n-fast touring width, equally suited to hard and soft snow. The Carbonio is for discerning skiers who want the biggest reward for their efforts.
- Full-length micro sidewalls improve the dampness and edge hold on hard snow.
- Reinforced binding areas virtually eliminate any chance of pullout while skiing.
- Dual radius design lets you control the turn shape to adapt to various terrain.
- Full carbon wrap construction means low weight and high torsional stiffness.
- 3D Flex tips are hollowed to make them light and floaty in soft snow.
- Paulownia wood core is the industry standard for lightweight skis.
|Lengths (cm)||158, 167, 176, 184|
|Weight (pair)||2200g |
||14.5/13.9 M 
15.7/15.1 M 
17.2/16.5 M 
18.9/18.2 M 
||Tip notch, tail notch|
||Scoop rocker, camber underfoot, flat tail|
||Long tip, dual radius, pintail|
||Carbon cap with micro side-wall|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Light and fast mountaineering|
|Notes||Tapered tail help pack loop insertion|
|Bottom Line||Classic Dynafit shape redone to be stiffer and lighter|
Questions & Reviews
I paired them with the Plum race 150 which produces a quite lightweight but reliable setup, and have skied them with both TLT 5 performances and Salomon S-lab X-alps, All of which pair together nicely.
For reference I recently switched from a pair of Volkl Nanuq's with Dynafit Speed Radicals, a much more traditional, heavier setup. I have been pleasantly surprised to find little to no difference in skiablility, if anything the carbonios ski better.
I've been looking for a lightweight set up for ski mountaineering (not racing). The two skis that I find most attractive are the Voile Objective and the Dynafit Carbono. Wondering how these two compare. Any thoughts would be most welcome. Thanks!
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