Experienced frontside skiers who aren't afraid to head for the trees or off the groomed when fresh snow calls their name are making a beeline for the Dynastar Glory 84 Skis. The Dynastar Glory series combines the power of a cambered carving ski with the rocker and tip profile of a freeride ski for an incredibly versatile ride that sets a new bar for all-mountain skis -- get in on the glory and don't look back. Rocker: All Mountain Rocker - Moderate rocker at tip and tail combined with camber underfoot provides a huge sweet spot for balance and control. The shorter running length inspires easy pivoting and playful performance in all snow conditions.
Sidecut Progressive 5-Point Sidecut - This freshly engineered sidecut delivers effortless maneuverability and smearing and quick, easy turning but still carves and hold well on firm snow. Core Lightweight Paulownia Core - Light and snappy, with weight reductions of up to 25% over traditional woods.Sidewalls Full Vertical Sidewalls - Full-length vertical sidewalls deliver optimum snow feel, balance, precision, power and stability. Binding Compatibility We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width. Specs Terrain:All-Mountain Ability Level:Intermediate-Advanced Rocker Type:Rocker/Camber/Rocker Turning Radius:Short Core/Laminates:Wood Tail Type:Flat.
All we need is you Skier Ability, Weight and Ski Boot Shell Length (it's a little number on the bottom side of the boot heels in small, hard to read numbers in mm, that is different than the boot size). If these skis aren't exactly what you are looking for, we do have a huge warehouse full of gear that we can definitely get you outfitted in for less! If you would just copy and paste the link at the bottom of the listing, it will take you to our Gear Fitting Form where we can outfit you with anything and everything you are looking for!LIABILITY WAIVER: Although fun, skiing, snowboarding and any winter activity can be a dangerous activity, and could lead to serious injury or death. We recommend taking lessons, wearing a proper helmet/PPE, educating yourself and knowing all of the local/resort laws and regulations before attempting any dangerous activity. Be safe out there, and have fun.