Dynafit PDG

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Racing through the mountains with 10,000 feet of vertical of climbing only entices a narrow swath of very athletic backcountry skiers. If you're one of these ski-runners with course records in your sights, the ultralight Dynafit PDG Ski provides the speed touring performance necessary to pick up the pace on the skin track and confidently pass other racers on the downhill sections. Named for and designed in collaboration with the Patrouille des Glaciers, a Swiss outfit that hosts the world's largest ski mountaineering race, this supremely crafted ski zooms uphill and enables lightning-quick transitions. Thanks to its solid core and construction, Dual Radius sidecut, and Suspension Tip, you can make easy arcs in all types of snow instead looking like the rest of the squirrely racers on the mountain.

- 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

Dynafit PDG

previously retailed for:
$419.97 - $699.95

The Dynafit PDG is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 10, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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