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Dynafit Free 97 Ski


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In designing the Free 97, Dynafit set out to create a balanced ski that isn’t too laborious on the up yet has the confidence to excel no matter the snow conditions. To achieve this, they started with a poplar wood core lined with carbon fiber stringers, which helps to provide a damp yet playful ride. They added more tip and tail rocker compared to their Beast series. This simultaneously increases maneuverability for those tight spaces as well as helps with float when it's nuking powder. All of this was done with you, the backcountry skier, in mind and a desire to elevate your ski experience every time you step onto these planks. As a "Thank You" we should probably all buy a set of these fun, damp, and ready-for-action Dynafit Free 97 skis. Just sayin'.

  • Rocker profile in both the tip and tail lends itself to flotation and turn initiation to keep you happy with face shots or fresh corn.
  • Full ABS sidewall construction helps increases durability and power transfer so you can rip around shark teeth with confidence.
  • Poplar Wood core and carbon stringers provide a lively yet smooth ride down that sweet, sweet ski line.

Lengths (cm) 170, 177, 184
convert to ounces
1460g [170]
1560g [177]
1630g [184]
Weight (pair) 2920g [170]
3120g [177]
3260g [184]
Dimensions   124-96-114 [170]
126-97-116 [177]
128-98-118 [184]
Turn Radius   18m [170]
19m [177]
20m [184]
Skin Fix   Race-notched tips, rockered notched tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Generous tip rocker, camber underfoot, ample tail rocker
Shape   Spoon tip, medium radius, rockered tail
Construction   Full sidewall
Core   Poplar wood core with carbon stringers
Skimo Co Says
Usage All around fun in a wide range of conditions
Notes Ample tail rocker helps to scrub speed when needed
Bottom Line A solid, versatile ski with that "quiver of one" potential
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Brad
What's the word on mount point for these? The beast 98 was a bit more progressive and I'm hoping these are the same. Is this my rockered, progressive, ~1450g goldilocks? Any other skis meeting this description if not? (PS. A listing of mount points article would be so $$$$)
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for reaching out, Brad. The factory recommended mount position is -10 from true center, fitting between traditional and progressive. If you're after a maneuverable/rockered ski with a progressive mount point, you should check out the Voile Hyper Manti which has a mount point of -5.4cm in the 176cm length.
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