After much anticipation, Dynastar has at long last, unveiled the M-Tour 108 to join their family of high-performance M-Tour skis. Like its skinnier older siblings, the M-Tour 90 and 99, the M-Tour 108 is built with a full sandwich sidewall for power transmission and durability, basalt fiber mounting reinforcement, and an Adaptiv Sidecut with a directional rocker profile, which all work together to keep the ski versatile, easy to steer, stable, and quick edge-to-edge, no matter what kind of snow is underfoot. Unique to the M-Tour 108, Dynastar swapped paulownia for poplar in the Hybrid PU core. This helps the wider ski preserve the energy and pop that made its predecessors so popular, which is amplified by the inclusion of polyurethane in the ski core. A 20-meter turn radius with a softer and forgiving tip combined with the slightly stiffer tail means that the ski handles just as well zipping around tight trees as it does when you open it up for long and fast turns on empty slopes. At the end of the day, all of this comes together to make a lightweight performance ski that boasts an impressive fun factor that you will appreciate on your first turn.
- Hybrid Light Poplar PU is energetic and responsive for fun skiing across the board and damp enough to tackle any conditions.
- Directional rocker keeps the ski stable at speed and floaty in powder.
- Basalt Fiber V2 binding reinforcement is a lightweight solution for keeping your bindings attached to the ski.
- Adaptiv Sidecut seamlessly merges the underfoot sidecut into the tip and tail shape, which makes linking turns natural and smooth as butter.
- Energetic, “poppy,” friendly, and versatile, we challenge you not to have fun on this ski.
|Lengths (cm)||171, 179, 187|
|Weight (pair)||2900g |
||Rounded tips, flat notched tails|
||Generous tip rocker, camber underfoot, flat tail|
||Wide shovel with tapered tail|
||Hybrid Core 2.0|
||Hybrid Light Poplar PU|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Powering through powder and crud|
|Notes||One of the best Dynastar skis just got lightened up for the skin track|
|Bottom Line||Damp, powerful ski with a big floaty tip|
|Compare to other Excess-fat Skis|
Questions & Reviews
We haven't gotten our hands on these skis yet, so we haven't been able to measure the mount point and it doesn't appear to be available online that I can see. So not sure yet! The M-Tour 99 recommended line is 12cm behind true center in the 178 version, for reference. I would guess that it might be slightly more forward than that on the wider version, but can't say for sure. Should know soon!
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