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Dynafit Seven Summits Youngstar Ski Set

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If you thought getting snow pants on your kid was tough, try buying them a full touring kit! Don't worry, we've got you covered like a one-piece snowsuit. Dynafit has taken the next step (or stride) towards making the buying process of ski packages as simple as possible. Skis, premounted bindings, and skins are all in one place and ready to go for your miniature mountaineer. If it's time to upgrade from the Contour Kids Touring Set to their first tech setup, there is no easier or more economical way to go. The Seven Summits Youngstar skis have a full sidewall construction with a Poplar wood core, not like a typical kid's alpine ski that is often made with a foam-injected cap construction. The Rotation Lite 7 is a durable, safe, and simple binding that goes down to a 2.5 release value to help accommodate the size of any up-and-coming ripper. Each length from 120cm-160cm has its own sidecut and rocker design so each length has consistent characteristics. The Dynafit Seven Summits Youngstar ski set will work for a 5, 15, or even a 50-year-old of smaller stature, someone that we just consider to be a kid at heart.

Seven Summits Youngstar Ski

  • 5 Lengths to cover a wide range of ages and skier sizes.
  • Full-sidewall wood construction skis for high-quality skiability.
  • Single radius shaping gives each ski length the same characteristics.

Seven Summits Youngstar Skin

  • Pre-cut to match skis out of the box.
  • Mixed plush (70% mohair, 30% nylon) maximizes glide and durability.
  • Speedskin system utilizes a rubber tip and metal tail hook for ease of use.

Rotation Lite 7 Binding

  • Release value as low as 2.5 allows for lighter skiers to safely enjoy the backcountry.
  • Two riser heights plus flat mode increase efficiency on the climb.
  • Adjustable binding accommodates a range of boot sizes.
Length Sole Length
120cm 243-293mm
130cm 253-303mm
140cm 253-303mm
150cm 263-313mm
160cm 273-323mm

Update 2022/23: New topsheet and the binding was upgraded to the Rotation Lite 7, saving over 40 grams. For prior season models, please use this BSL chart:

Length Sole Length
120cm 253-303mm
130cm 253-303mm
140cm 263-313mm
150cm 273-323mm
160cm 273-323mm
Lengths (cm) 120, 130, 140, 150, 160
convert to ounces
824g [120]
977g [130]
1094g [140]
1247g [150]
1363g [160]
Weight (pair) 1648g [120]
1954g [130]
2188g [140]
2494g [150]
2726g [160]
Sidecut   106-77-91 [120]
108-78-93 [130]
111-79-96 [140]
113-80-98 [150]
115-81-101 [160]
Turn Radius   11.5m [120]
12.5m [130]
13m [140]
14m [150]
15m [160]
Skin Fix   Round tip, flat tail
Specs Verified Yes
Profile   Easy to turn, single radius with tip and tail rocker
Construction   Ash/poplar core with full sidewall
Skimo Co Says
Usage Getting young ones out in the backcountry, or on-piste touring
Notes Add 600g to spec weight to account for mounted Rotation 7 bindings
Bottom Line Finally a simple, ready to ski AT package; just add boots
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Jen B
I’d like the 160s, but my feet seem smaller than the sole length on the 160s (my boot is 23.5-24). Am I right that the 160s would not work for me? Thanks
Answer from Emmett I
Hi Jen,

Depends on what model boot you have - the exact boot sole length should be molded onto the boot, usually on the side of the heel. Most 23.5/24.0 boots will be too short, but there are a couple models that will work. Also, you could easily have the heel remounted to fit.
Answer from jbo
Hi Jen, we can remount these to fit as well.
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Question from Jennifer Walsh
Were upgrades made to the 2023/24 model? Did it get lighter? Or is it just the color?
Answer from jbo
Hi Jennifer, the last update happened for the 22/23 season which carried forward to 23/24. The binding did get lighter and the mounting positions were changed to better fit with appropriate boots.
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Question from Patrick
Weird question but could an adult use these in a 160 for resort Skinning laps provided the din and BSL values work? Where are the skis made ? Thanks.
Answer from jbo
Hi Patrick, many adults would probably find the skis a bit soft but there is nothing strictly preventing an aged person from skiing these. Could potentially wear them out a bit faster as well.
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Trevor J (used product a few times)
for my 5-2 wife. She got the 150s and that really seems to have worked out for her. She was improving each time down. Skins work real well too. Thanks
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Question from Kat
As someone with a small build (5' 4" and ~115), is the young set an option for a beginner/intermediate skier hoping to do some fitness touring with limited backcountry soon? Any advice would help! The 150 seems like it'd be a great fit, but unsure if the ski construction is ideal for an adult.
Answer from Ian C
Hi Kat, I think this could be a nice economical choice for you! No worries about the ski construction, these are plenty sturdy for a skier of your stature.
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Question from Alaina Bates
Hi! I was curious if it was possible to purchase this ski, but get the ski trab vario 2 mounted on them and pay the difference? Let me know thanks!
Answer from Lrow
Alaina, That is absolutely a possibility. If you want to buy the binding and the ski set up, we can send you a mounting form to mount up the Trabs instead of the Rotation 7's. Note you will get the Rotation 7 back in a box.
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Comment from Vladimir Doronin
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Logan D (used product a few times)
This is a sturdy setup complete with brakes, rotating toe piece for added safety, and 2 different heel risers. That being said, it's also a little heavier than I think is necessary for a kids' setup. The rotation 7 bindings are a little heavy. It all seems plenty sturdy to use as both a resort and backcountry setup. The skins seem cheap but I think they'll last at least a few years. It's hard to complain for a complete setup with skis, bindings, and skins that was half the cost of my setup.

My son is 4'10", 95lb but growing fast, my wife is an intermediate skier and at 5'3", 110lb and they are both able to use the 150cm ski to introduce them both into the backcountry. We bought the Dynafit Hoji Pro tour boot to go with this ski, but interestingly, the premounted bindings were just barely able to accommodate a size 25 boot. We maxed out the BSL range, but now the problem is when my son outgrows a 25 boot (I'm a 27.5) then he's done with these skis.

My son has taken a few falls and popped out of the skis twice but hasn't pre-released at all, though he's not that aggressive. It's hard for me to comment on the "feel" of these skis but they seem to turn on a dime and seem to ski effortlessly from what I can gather from my wife and son.
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Question from Wylie
If I purchase the skins separately, can I use the 150cm skins to work with 158 cm skis (the skis are not the skis listed)
Answer from Patrick C

It will depend on the dimensions of the 158cm ski. If you want to dive a bit deeper you can always email us at and we are happy to help answer this question more fully!
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Question from Matt
Can the 150cm ski be mounted to handle a 257mm TLT6 boot?
Answer from Tristan M
Hi Matt,

Yes the Dynafit Seven Summits Youngstar Ski Set can be remounted to accommodate that BSL! Shoot us an email at, and we can discuss in more detail.
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Vladimir Doronin (used product regularly)
Good equipment. My 8 y.o. son got this tested on Mt. Rainier, he really enjoyed using it! We used it on fresh powder in a winter storm. The only thing to look for improvement - ease of switching between skiing/climbing modes could be better. Good equipment. Mount Rainier National Park. Mount Rainier National Park.
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Question from Laura
I love that there are small sizes for this ski -- and the bindings! That said, can the kids use a regular old boot? Because finding a 19.5 or 20.5 AT boot isn't an easy request for kids. Or, is there a way to modify an old boot?
Answer from Julieana
Hi Laura, you can't use a regular alpine boot with this setup as the bindings are the Dynafit Rotation 7s, which are a full tech binding. CAST touring can convert alpine boots to be tech binding compatible. You can find a link to their boot conversion page here. I know they can add tech toes but I am unsure if they can also add tech heels.
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Question from Tjaard B
I assume the weights Listed are for skis and bindings, or do they include the skins too?
If so, what is the weight for the ski itself (or ski and binding, as the binding weight is well known)
Answer from Jeff
Tjaard, That is with skins too! But, those are advertised weights, we will weight and adjust when we get them in stock this Fall. This is a new ski, subtracting the weight of the current SL 80, and Rotation 7, looks like it may be a bit heavier than the SL 80. The proof will be in our measurements.
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