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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
12/13/2019
Question from Jeff
 
Looking at this ski for a spring/light touring setup (corn, couloirs, long approach hut trips), I'm 6'2" 195lbs, would you recommend the 176 or the 184? I ski medium hard, not always nuking but like to let them open up from time to time. In resort, I like skis in the 184-190 range.
12/13/2019
Answer from TSB
 
Hey Jeff! Thanks for reaching out. You've found a great ski for those purposes; the Speed 90 loves mixed conditions and carving trenches in isothermic snow. I would recommend the 176cm if you plan to have these skis on your pack frequently (booting up couloirs or scrambling on rock, for instance), while you might want to bump up to the 184cm if you will be taking them out in midwinter to break trail, ski powder, etc. In experiential terms, I'm at your same height/weight and preferred this ski's predecessor, the Cho Oyu, in a 176cm rather than a 182cm due to maneuverability for kick-turning, tight trees and jump turns.
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1/1/2019
Question from Ben
 
How different is this ski from the Carbonio 89?
1/2/2019
Answer from Trace Leches
 
Hey Ben! Pretty different personalities between the two skis. The Carbonio is like a scalpel and the Speed 90 is more akin to a loving butterknife with a nice personality that just wants to have fun.
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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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