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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Dynafit's Broad Peak page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Built to tackle any terrain, ice, powder and slush, the Dynafit Broad Peak skins up with ease and lays down first tracks in any conditions.


The Broad Peak speed touring ski from Dynafit performs beautifully in the extreme conditions found on Broad Peak. Top-quality core wood and biaxial layup with carbon reinforcements put all the snap and edge hold you need right under your feet. Metal tip integrates your skins for a seamless connection.

- Mountain Gear

The Dynafit Broad Peak Touring Ski doesnt wear you out on the uphill so youre ready to slash some turns after youve reached the summit. Made from Isocore paulownia ultralight wood with beech and bamboo stringers, this lightweight ski tackles everything from glossy plates of ice to crusty snow, from spring corn to compact, powdery snow.

- Backcountry.com

The Dynafit Broad Peak lives up to its name. On Broad Peak, between 5000 and 8000 meters, the Dynafit team tackled everything from sheer, glossy plates of ice to crusty snow, from deep spring falls to compact, powdery snow. This ski does just what it says. Winner of Backcountry Ski magazine Editor's Choice award in 2011 Sidecut: 112-74-96 (169cm) Weight: 4lb 12oz (169cm) Core: Isocore Paulownia ultra-light wood with beech stringers

- OMCgear

Dynafit Broad Peak

previously retailed for:
$329.98 - $649.95

The Dynafit Broad Peak is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2015 at EMS.

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