The classic PDG has been upgraded to Dynafit’s proven 3D carbon construction. With a shape that reminds you of Cho Oyu or Denali skis and graphics that remind you of the color wheel, the Dynafit PDG 2.0 will remind you to go skiing. The new version has the flex tips that help absorb rough patches found in races or training runs. It also had its weight trimmed via removal of some tip and underfoot material. It maintains the dual radius that makes it a versatile carver and the pintail that makes it quick in booting transitions. The new ski is worthy of its new version number.
- Paulownia wood core is wrapped in carbon / glass laminate for stiffness and torsional rigidity.
- 3D construction reduces weight by removing material in strategic locations.
- Electra bases are sintered graphite that is fast and impact resistant.
- Pintail helps to slide the skin onto a race pack or drive them into snow.
- Newly available PDG binding offers best-in-class color coordination.
||Alloy race tips|
||Dual radius w/ pintail|
||3D carbon/glass cap|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||One orange & one blue ski|
|Bottom Line||Cho/Denali platform in a race ski|
Questions & Reviews
What are the main differences between these 2 PDG models?
The main design difference is in the tip, where Dynafit used the same scoop rocker design found on the Cho/Denali/Dhaulagiri. It's hollowed a bit and more pointy than the square tips on the original.
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