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Dynafit Speed 90 Ski

Brand: Dynafit
Model: Speed 90
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The Speed 90 is Dynafit's contender for the title of Best-Lightweight-One-Ski-Quiver. It's a good one. The Speed 90 is designed to appeal to just about every skier out there in just about every condition. True to Dynafit design, the ski uses a shaping method called 3D tech to reduce weight in areas that aren't critical for durability and performance. A full-length micro-sidewall is a reason why the Speed 90 handles like a heavier ski on the way down. A integrated alloy-tip creates a solid attachment point for skins preserves the integrity of your skis in rock-lined chutes. Rarely are skis with a sidewall seen at weights this low. The Speed 90 is Dynafit's high-tech way of saying simply "go ahead, ski it."

  • Single-radius turn shape for a predictable ride with no surprises.
  • Paulownia Speed Core provides low swing weight and smooth skiing.
  • Full-length micro-sidewall increases edge grip, stability, and durability.
  • Rounded tails release from turns and easily slip into a ski-carry loops.
Specifications
Lengths (cm) 158, 167, 176, 184
Weight
-> ounces
1105g [158]
1165g [167]
1220g [176]
1310g [184]
Weight (pair) 2210g [158]
2330g [167]
2440g [176]
2620g [184]
Dimensions 122-88-109 [158]
123-89-110 [167]
124-90-111 [176]
125-91-112 [184]
Turn Radius 14.5m [158]
16.5m [167]
18.0m [176]
18.5m [184]
Skin Fix Alloy race tip
Specs Verified Yes
Design
Profile Traditional camber, tip and tail Rocker
Shape Single radius with 3D tip
Construction Paulownia core, full-length micro-sidewall
Core Paulownia Speed Core
Skimo Co Says
Usage Speed touring
Notes Easy to initiate turn with rockered 3D tip
Bottom Line Everyday ski for everybody
1/29/2018
Question from Ben
 
I am thinking of purchasing this ski in a 167 length. I am 160lbs, 5'8, and while I often ski skis that are 179, I'm looking to size down for tight couloirs and hard spring ski descents in the BC here in Colorado. Is this recommended?
1/29/2018
Answer from Nate
 
Hi Ben, yeah dropping down to a 167 at your size is totally doable. You'll probably want to spend some time on them before getting into a tight and steep spot just so that you are used to the shorter length. There are a number of us here who downsize for our mountaineering skis.
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11/24/2017
Question from Anders
 
Hi, I have been thinking about getting these skis. What are your thoughts about length? I'm 5'10'', 180lbs, I was mainly thinking about 176cm. I'm not sure if they are too long, but I'm quite heavy. On the other hand 167cm feels quite short.
11/24/2017
Answer from jbo
 
Hi Anders, definitely go with the 176! That is not too long and should be a good length for general backcountry usage.
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