Dynafit Dy N.A. Ski

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Serious randonnee racers know how tough it is to strike the perfect balance between light weight and high performance--imagine trying to make a delicious fat-free cheeseburger or a chocolate cake with no sugar. Dynafit's master chefs have cooked up a winner in the Dy. N. A. Ski, though. Each ski weighs only 1. 5lbs thanks to innovative carbon-fiber construction and Carbon Flex Tip design. The Dy. N. A., though, has the stability and torsional rigidity of a much heavier board. The whole package is built on a paulownia wood core, which is wonderfully light and flexible, and has a pintail design to reduce weight further. The Dy. N. A. certainly isn't a traditional-looking ski, but that's never really been Dynafit's style. It does have tried-and-true traditional camber, but the tip is significantly wider than the tail, with a carbon inlay that's designed to make for smoother turns with less vibration. The dual sidecut radius makes it easier to vary your turn shape and works with the tip and tail shapes to help you make silky-smooth descents and move quickly from turn to turn.

- Backcountry.com

Dynafit's DY.N.A. focuses primarily on Ski runners in the fact that they are an uncompromising target group that demands performance at a minimal weight. This goal, often considered impossible is achieved with the DY.N.A.'s by using innovative carbon technology and intensive manufacturing processes.

- CampSaver.com

The Dy N.A. Ski is for the serious ski running competitor who needs to reduce weight and increase performance. Built with the same carbon fiber technology Formula One uses, this rocket ship only weighs 720 grams and has incredible torsion rigidity and stability by using a full carbon topsheet. Ski tips are extremely wide, burly, and lightweight so you get maximum flotation, and the pointed tails makes slotting the skis into the attachment device on the race backpacks easy.

- Mountain Gear