Dynafit Nanga Parbat

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Free Shipping. Dynafit Nanga Parbat Ski FEATURES of the Dynafit Nanga Parbat Ski Flex tip Scoop rocker Micro side-wall Carbon speed stringer Duel radius Triple radius Tail rocker Pin tail

- Moosejaw

When skiing peaks like Nanga Parbat, the cost of mistakes can be severe. So Dynafit, utilizing the insights of Luis Stitzinger, designed the Dynafit Nanga Parbat Ski, a pair of boards that are light enough for speed touring, yet burly and forgiving enough to handle variable and difficult snow conditions. To make the Nanga Parbat as light as possible, Dynafit crafted it with an ultra-light paulownia wood core that's reinforced with a torsionally stiff carbon speed stringer and Quadrax biaxial laminate. The mountaineering-ready construction features a wider tip, proportionally narrow under-binding width and a pintail that provides sensitive ski control, even at high speeds. These features come in doubly handy, because you can easily carve whatever turn you need with the tail rocker, and the pintail shape lets you dump speed in an emergency and makes it easy to slip the ski into pack ski-carry systems. The Scoop Rocker tip handles variable snow with ease and allows smooth, easy turn initiation. The triple-radius sidecut is highlighted by a tight radius at the bindings that provides excellent grip in dicey terrain.Dynafit covered all of its bases for the high-altitude enthusiast, who doesn't like to compromise in weight and features. The Flex Tip tapers to a very narrow point and is made almost entirely of lightweight carbon, which reduces weight and dampens vibration. Micro sidewalls use less material than traditional constructions and extend deeper into the core of the ski, making them torsionally stiffer and more resistant to impact than standard sidewalls. This also ensures optimal load capacity over difficult terrain and direct transfer of power, so you always stay in control.

- Backcountry.com

When Dynafit set out create the Nanga Parbat, no concessions were made as they combined their experiences with steep wall ski-touring and a knowledge of modern rocker design. Flex-Tip technology in a new slim geometry ensures it is highly forgiving of mistakes, particularly in difficult snow conditions. The micro sidewall in the area of the binding also ensures optimal load capacity over difficult terrain and direct transfer of power.

- Mountain Gear

Dynafit Nanga Parbat

previously retailed for:
$594.96 - $699.95

The Dynafit Nanga Parbat is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 18, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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