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Dynastar M-Tour 99 Ski


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Dynastar aimed for the perfect on-snow feel with their favorite line of Touring skis. The M-Tour 99 is built with the Hybrid Core, which is Paulownia wood for rebound and energy mixed with Polyurethane sections for damping and a smooth flex. The result is a great all-around touring ski that can float in powder and showboat on hard snow. Using Adaptiv sidecuts, the 99s are easy to manage into turns and don't lock you into the turn. Directional rocker means you can stay above soft snow while enabling accurate steering. Dynastar is about the only ski company using Basalt fibers wrapped around its core, improving the feel over glass or carbon while keeping the weight down. If you're looking for a do-it-all backcountry ski that you can ski with confidence, look no further than the Dynastar M-Tour 99.

  • Hybrid Paulownia / Polyurethane makes for a damp-yet-light core.
  • Basalt fibers wrap the core and add torsional rigidity and energy.
  • Directional rocker is surfy and easy to initial turns in deep snow.
  • Adaptiv sidecut is a medium radius, easy to steer geometry.
  • Full sidewall construction enhanced durability and edge hold.
  • HD sintered bases offer some rock protection with great glide.

Lengths (cm) 162, 170, 178, 186
convert to ounces
1200g [162]
1250g [170]
1300g [178]
1350g [186]
Weight (pair) 2400g [162]
2500g [170]
2600g [178]
2700g [186]
Dimensions   125-97-115 [162]
126-98-116 [170]
127-99-117 [178]
127-99-117 [186]
Turn Radius   15m [162]
18m [170]
20m [178]
22m [186]
Skin Fix   Rounded tips, flat notched tails
Profile   Moderate rocker, camber underfoot
Shape   Shorter radius with big rounded tip
Construction   Sandwich with fiber torsion box
Core   Paulownia / PU
Skimo Co Says
Usage All around backcountry skiing
Notes New version of the Mythic
Bottom Line Excellent powder and carving skis in one
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Scott R
Hey all! So I'm looking to replace my ZeroG 85's with something that is still pretty light for long objectives, but a bit wider and looser for late spring variable snow when the ZeroG's would get hooky feeling on the steeps. Wondering if the M-Tour 99 in a 178 (vs 185-190 in my regular skis) would fit the bill given its rocker and some taper. Also presumably easier to throw around and slash vs being pretty locked in on the ZeroG's? Thanks!
Answer from Jeremy L
Hi Scott. You are fairly correct in your assessment. I think that this ski is going to behave exactly as you want it to and almost anything is going to be easier to throw around than those Zero G's. Feel free to reach out with any more questions.
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Question from Rob Sjolander
Hi guys - any high levels differences in downhill performance from the mythic? Looking at these long days and spring skiing.
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for your question, Rob. I would say the feel between the two is going to be similar, however, Dynastar has made some improvements to the M-Tour 99 which will make it better than the Mythic on the down. To start, Dynastar added basalt stringers to the ski, which will offer a more damp feel, especially in variable snow conditions. They also tweaked the sidecut a bit to give the M-Tour 99 a slightly longer turn radius which helps with stability at speed compared to the older Mythic (the turn radius is still relatively short when compared to other skis, though). Overall, while both have a surfy feel and are super fun in soft snow the M-Tour with its additions make it the better performer in hard snow. Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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Question from Elizabeth Bouchard-Hall
I have the Dynafit TLT 8 boot and the dynafit ST radical binding. I’m 5’6” and am deciding between the dynastar m tour 99 and the dps pagoda tour 94. I’m an intermediate skier. Thoughts on the differences between the 2 skis and also on whether I should get mid 160cm vs 170? I ski in the Adirondacks. Thank you!
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for your question Elizabeth! Both are excellent skis and would serve you well. The Pagoda Tour 94 is the heaviest of the two and will have the best downhill performance due to this extra heft. The Pagoda also has a slight tail rocker compared to the flat tail of the M-Tour 99, so it will be easier to release the tail to scrub away speed. The M-Tour 99, as the name suggests is wider underfoot, making it the better performer for deeper snow. It is also ~170g lighter per ski, which is beneficial for those big vertical days. Overall, if you value performance on the down, go with the Pagoda. If you are after something that is still fun to ski, but a little easier on the legs, go with the M-Tour. In terms of sizing, the 162 (M-Tour) or 165 (Pagoda) would be what we recommend! Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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