Dynafit PDG

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Do you like to get up before the sun, throw on a skin suit, and head out for a quick run in the snow, with skis strapped to your feet of course' Yes (duh)! Then check out the PDG Ski Boot from Dynafit. The injection-molded shell provides a medium flex, which is ideal for comfort on the way up, without having to sacrifice too much on the downhill. A fiberglass cuff and spoiler provides a lightweight, consistent flex throughout your skiing. While the boot is on a narrow racing last, the thermo-moldable race liner helps to even out any discomfort you might experience. Two aluminum buckles help secure your foot, with the top buckle acting as the ski/walk mechanism as well. It really doesn't get simpler than that. The boots can be adjusted for a 15-18 degree forward lean, so you can dial in the fit you need for your race that day. A whopping 62 degrees of cuff rotation while in walk mode means that your leg will stop rotating backwards long before this boot does, though it's probably best to avoid that. Since races can take you to some pretty slippery areas, Dynafit used an EVO race rubber sole for the best combination of grip and light weight.

- Backcountry.com

The Dynafit PDG is for ambitious ski runners, ski mountaineers and speed tourers. The ski core is a carbon and light-wood construction similar to that of its big brother DY.N.A. The ski is skillfully crafted in Europe with the best available materials and finished with the maximum care and attention to detail.

- CampSaver.com

Developed by collaborating with Parrouille des Glaciers, the PDG Ski from Dynafit is designed for speed tourers, ski mountaineers, and ski runners who demand the best materials and performance. Weighing only 800 grams, these skis are built with an ultra-light Paulowina/IC Race core and have a fiberglass/Carbon hybrid topsheet for torsion, rigidity, and control. 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