Dynafit PDG

Retailers' Descriptions

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Racing up and down intense mountain peaks at top speeds attracts the most ultra-athletic, and maybe a little bit crazy, 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. Part of Dynafit's Ski Running Collection, the PDG Ski is built to combine low weight with high-performance features for a truly world-class ski. The paulownia wood and carbon core keeps thing light while a 3D carbon construction Flex Tip reduces mass while smoothly absorbing impact and dampening vibration. Dual Radius technology lets you bomb past (or increase your lead over) those skiers looking squirrely on their descents by combining the benefits of a long front radius for easy wide turns and short rear radius for steady handling and precise control during short turns or on icy steeps. The PDG's pintail reduces flotation in the rear of the ski, allowing for more control in soft snow and a more energy-efficient body position over the ski.

- Backcountry.com

The PDG Race is built for top-level ski mountaineers, racers and ski runners, who need a lightweight ski that is forgiving and can handle a broad range of snow conditions.

- REI

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

Run dont skinYou dont have to wear a skin suit to rock the Dynafit PDG boots but you probably should PDG is short for Patrouille des Glaciers a ski mountaineering race hosted by the Swiss Army and thats exactly how these boots should be used A new liner comfortably wraps your feet while shaving a few grams from previous models A whopping 62 degrees of walkmode cuff rotation will allow you to take full advantage of the liners built in flex points If you find yourself off your skis youll appreciate the Blue EVO 20 sole that blends lightweight rubber with terrific gripFlip the onemotion skiwalk cuff buckle for a fast transition to a fast ski down Even though these boots are designed to be as lightweight as possible they can still drive a ski The fiberglass cuff offers shockingly stiff support so you can cruise with confidence Need more confidence Pop on the included velcro power strap to improve energy transmission and control If you want to race you want the Dynafit PDG bootsFeatures Benefits 99mm last Dynafit EVOPDG full outsole Fiberglass and grilamid construction Lightweight liner with flex zone for easy touring Dynafit walkmode cuff buckle 14 to 17 degree adjustable forward lean

- Bentgate.com

The ideal choice for competitions and training. The technology, performance and fit of the Dynafit PDG is now available at a price to suit everybody's pocket. Only 150 g heavier due to the use of a glass fiber cuff in place of the carbon one and a liner with more structure, but maintaining the same agility in ascent as its EVO brother and greater elasticity which gives a more forgiving ride in difficult snow conditions.

- Mountain Gear