The Dynastar touring family is growing: the Storks have dropped off the M-Tour 90, making the family much more complete. As with siblings, the M-Tour 90 and 99 share a similar genetic makeup but have very different personalities. For instance, the rocker profile on the M-Tour 99 wants to seek out soft turns whereas the shorter rocker profile and longer effective edge on the M-Tour 90 is more at home on firm, steep terrain. The M-Tour 90 is also quicker edge-to-edge, which will be welcome in consequential terrain. Like its bigger brother, the M-tour 90 sports Dynastar’s Hybrid Core construction, which combines paulownia and PU, creating an exceptionally smooth and supportive ride at minimal weight. This ski likes to go fast but can stop on a dime. If your ski family feels incomplete and needs something that can handle firm conditions, then bring home the M-Tour 90—you’ll be happy you did.
- Hybrid core utilizes PU and Poplar to provide impressive dampness-to-weight ratio.
- 90mm waist width is the new "in" width for a do-it-all ski, according to Europe.
- Long effective edge helps with grip in icy firm conditions.
|Lengths (cm)||157, 167, 177, 184|
|Weight (pair)||2330g 
||Round tip, Flat tail|
||Directional rocker tip and tail, camber underfoot|
||Tapered tip, medium radius, pintail|
||Hybrid core lightweight construction|
||Paulownia, PU Hybrid Core|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Touring, all condition skiing|
|Notes||Full sidewall, Basalt Fiber reinforcements|
|Bottom Line||A stable and versatile "90"|
|Compare to other Mid-fat Skis|
Questions & Reviews
I looked up the old Cham 87. Not sure I would call it a Pintail either, but it looks like a lot of tail taper for an 87mm ski. These have less.
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