The Dy.N.A World Cup race ski features top of the line technology to acheive Dynafit's primary design goal of 100% reliable ski performance while keeping the weight super low. As you can infer from the price, this model makes no compromises. Using an intensive manufacturing process and innovative carbon fiber technology, the ski is ultralight with a high torsional rigidity and load capacity, letting you open the throttle on race day whether going uphill or down. The Dy.N.A. also happens to be a fun touring ski when doing speed laps with its (relatively) floaty square tip.
DyNA vs PDG
The Dynafit PDG uses a similar platform to the state of the art DyNA, keeping its shape while making a few compromises. A carbon casing is swapped out for cheaper fiberglass version and a full Paulowina wood core eliminates the manufacturing complexity of an Isowood core. This makes the PDG a tad softer and 85 grams (3.0 ounces) heavier, but reduces the price.
|Skin Fix||Tip notch|
|Profile||Full camber, 170mm tip, 40mm tail|
|Shape||Dual radius, square tip, pintail|
|Construction||Cap, Quadrax biaxial reinforcements|
|Core||Paulownia wood w/ Isocore stringer|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Skimo racing, speed touring|
|Notes||Flex tip absorbs shock, pintail eases pack loop insertion.|
|Bottom Line||Light and fast with no compromises.|