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Dynastar M Pro 90 (2021)

2021 Men's Frontside Ski Review

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Brand: Dynastar

Model: M Pro 90



Specs

Tip / Waist / Tail (mm)

120-90-110

Lengths (cm)

162, 170, 178, 186

Radius (m)

18

Gender

Male

Quickness / Maneuverability

4.18 / 5

Playfulness

3.91 / 5

Forgiveness

4.04 / 5

Hard Snow Performance

3.78 / 5

Crud Performance

3.59 / 5

Balance of Skills

4.04 / 5

 

2021 Dynastar M Pro 90 Mens Frontside Ski
The 2021 Dynastar M Pro 90 Men’s Frontside SkiPhoto courtesy of Dynastar

With a subtle topsheet graphic and a lightweight poplar and PU core reinforced with strategically placed Titanal, the all-new M Pro 90 was fairly unassuming until testers got it going. Then it nearly knocked quite a few socks off with its refined maneuverability and ample chargeability on steeps, bumps, and beyond. This isn’t your dad’s Dynastar; it can handle different turn shapes and unique skier styles with fluid ease.

STRENGTHS: Quickness, Forgiveness

WEAKNESSES: Stability at Speed, Hard-Snow Integrity