Skiing's heritage as a practical mode of winter transport now lives on in Grand Course races. These are European multi-stage affairs in which racers traverse valleys, glaciers, and other serious mountain terrain. If you are lucky enough to find yourself on one of these alpine escapades, you’ll be happy to have the Dynafit Mezzalama 2.0 strapped to your feet. This ski amplifies the skiability of its predecessor by increasing the tip rocker and widening the shovel. As one might expect, this larger sidecut entails a shorter turn radius for racers who prefer not to straightline down the mountain. Diving inside the skis, a full Paulownia wood core surrounded by a carbon-fiberglass laminate lends to its responsiveness and dampness. On long enough days (or nights), tired legs are an inevitability, and it helps to have a friendly (and fun) ski to cruise into the finish. You can prepare yourself for the worst and even enjoy yourself too with the Dynafit Mezzalama 2.0!
- Paulownia speed core renders these skis poppy and compliant.
- Fiberglass layer with carbon stringers soaks up vibration at speed.
- Widened tip with a healthy dose of rocker keeps turns fun and intuitive.
- Favorite ski of multiple Skimo Co staff members at a demo for all ski categories.
|Lengths (cm)||153, 162|
|Weight (pair)||1520g 
||230/240mm tip rocker depending on length, full camber|
||Single radius with larger sidecut|
||Fiberglass layers with carbon stringers|
||Paulownia Speed Wood|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Grand Course racing, adventure touring, fitness|
|Notes||Slightly heavier version of the DNA 4.0|
|Bottom Line||Friendliest downhill performance among Dynafit race skis|
|Compare to other Race Skis|
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