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.
|Lengths (cm)||158, 167, 176, 184|
|Weight (pair)||2210g 
||Alloy race tip|
||Traditional camber, tip and tail Rocker|
||Single radius with 3D tip|
||Paulownia core, full-length micro-sidewall|
||Paulownia Speed Core|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Easy to initiate turn with rockered 3D tip|
|Bottom Line||Everyday ski for everybody|
|Compare to other Mid-fat Skis|
Questions & Reviews
Would this one do it for me? No plan for couloirs so presume the longer length 184cm better?
The Speed 90 is a great ski! It handles well in a wide variety of conditions. It has a more forgiving construction, and will be a breeze to roll on edge. However, if you are looking to spend some time on lift-accessed terrain, a ski this light may not be the best option. I would recommend something slightly more stout, and less likely to deflect at speed on a groomer. The 184cm length would be great based on your dimensions!
If you would like to chat in more detail about some of our other options, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we can help you find that quiver of one setup!
Would these speed 90’s ski better on peaks than the objectives?
Asking for a friend who wants to put a 22d Lynx on this ski ;-)
Would you know of a better sub 1500g ski (helio carbon 88? 95??) for spring corn/couloirs that has a full mounting plate?
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