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Dynafit Radical 88 Set

$1349.95 $799.95

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After perfecting the art of creating ski touring gear, Dynafit has now perfected convenience. Buy the Radical 88 Ski set, adjust the pre-mounted bindings to your boot, and go ski touring! These kits come mounted, check the chart below to make sure they will fit your Boot's Sole Length (BSL) which is inscribed on the side of the sole of most ski boots. This set includes the well-balanced Radical 88 skis, the Radical binding with an extra long track, and matching pre-trimmed Dynafit skins. The Radical 88 Set is everything you need to start skinning at the resort or in the backcountry.

  • Pre-mounted Radical bindings have a 50mm adjustment range for use with many boots or skiers.
  • Radical 88 skis are solid on the down at a very competitive weight.
  • Matching skins can be attached using a tip notch and tail clip.
Length Sole Length
158cm 264-314mm
166cm 274-324mm
174cm 284-334mm
182cm 294-344mm
Lengths (cm) 158, 166, 174, 182
convert to ounces
1165g [158]
1225g [166]
1320g [174]
1390g [182]
Weight (pair) 2330g [158]
2450g [166]
2640g [174]
2780g [182]
Sidecut   119-86-108 [158]
120-87-109 [166]
121-88-110 [174]
122-89-111 [182]
Turn Radius   17.5 [158]
19.0 [166]
20.5 [174]
22.0 [182]
Skin Fix   Tip notch, flat notched tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Tip and tail rocker, camber underfoot
Shape   Relaxed turn radius, tapered tail
Construction   Carbon speed stringers, ABS sidewalls
Core   Poplar wood
Skimo Co Says
Usage Everyday touring
Notes Comes mounted with Radical ST bindings
Bottom Line Ready to ski out of the box, just adjust for your boots
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Anna
Hi, is this ski designed for men specifically? Or would it be okay for women as well. I'm 5'5" and 145lbs, advanced skier. Looking for something lightweight for uphill exercise inbounds, but also going to be strong enough to ski in deeper snow.
Answer from jbo
Hi Anna, there is nothing particularly manly about the design of the Radical 88, but there is a women's version with a different topsheet and available lengths. Neither are demanding and do great on firm snow with decent float in the deep stuff.
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Question from Joseph
I am contemplating radical 88 ski set vs. Seven summits set. Which has lower camber and quicker turns. Also what is the weight difference. Thank you
Answer from Jeff
Joseph, Both skis have an average camber and similar 20M turn radius. The Radical 88 is a stiffer, nearly full side wall ski that carves very well on firmer snow. It would be the Much better spring ski. If you are looking for a more playful ski, look at the Ripstick 88
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