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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The mid-fat, 87-millimeter waist and rockered tip of the Dynastar Women's Cham 87 Ski gives this board surprising versatility. Its classic camber underfoot and sandwich sidewall construction gives it edging power and precision turning; a five-point sidecut tapers in a reverse cut at the tip and tail for streamlined maneuverability and hook-free speeding. The flat pintail adds stability at high speeds and energy from turn to turn. The lightweight construction, with paulownia wood core and fiberglass laminate, is suitable for lighter-weight women. But don't let that make you think this ski is for lightweights; this full vertical-sidewall pow ski can point it. The entry-level big-mountain freeski strikes a fine balance between big- and all-mountain.

- Backcountry.com

When beginners and experts alike rave about one ski, you know you have a hit, and Dynastar's Cham 87 Ski gets the highest marks from EVERYONE who rides it. Built in the shadow of Chamonix, you can drive them hard or timid, soft or icy, groomed or bc, and you'll be smiling wherever you end up. Levitation Profile has a fairly long, progressive tip-only rocker for improved terrain absorption and impeccable flotation in powder and the flat tail is well-suited for high-speed carving or off-piste jump landings. Recommended use - 50% off-trail and 50% on-trail.

- Mountain Gear

Dynastar Cham 87

previously retailed for:
$299.97 - $359.97

The Dynastar Cham 87 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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