If you lived in Chamonix and needed a rock-solid mid-fat all-mountain ski that you would also kill it in the park with, you'd be on the Dynastar Slicer Skis. Even if you live in Jackson, or Whistler, or Telluride or any other big mountain town and you love mixing up your freeriding with spins and tricks, the Slicer will cut it in just about any condition (minus bottomless pow). At 98 mm underfoot this is the widest ski in Dynastar s Twin Series, and the most suitable for everyday use in softer snow. Don't let the swirling graphics give you vertigo, the Dynastar Slicer is your tool of choice for hard charging all-mountain freestyle domination.
Twin Rocker Long, progressive rockers in the tip and tail, with a more radical height. The load-bearing length is reduced to a minimum, giving the twin-tips exceptional pivot. The tip and tail of the skis are freed, so they pivot effortlessly in all types of snow. Flotation is easier, and even possible in switch. Ideal for powder skiing, especially in wooded terrain. Once back on the piste, the ski's natural camber and progressive rocker guarantee excellent All Mountain performance.
Spring Blade Core Technology Spring Blade is a machined Wood Core of varying thickness and the layering of the different fiber layers with different lengths offer extraordinary flex. This gives the ski awesome energy for jumping (pop effect) and great shock absorption when landing. This technology, when combined with specific sidecuts, offers riders the ideal mix for freestyle in both park & pipe and also in the backcountry.
Traditional sandwich technology with a wood and fiberglass core gives the ski enormous fluidity and responsiveness. The absence of titanal sheets reduces weight significantly.
Full Length Vertical Sidewalls Deliver the ultimate edge grip, power and balance
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||132||132||132||132||132|
|Waist Width (mm)||98||98||98||98||98|
|Tail Width (mm)||120||120||120||120||120|
|Turning Radius (m)||23|