Womens Skis

Dynastar M Pro 90 W (2021)

2021 Women's All-Mountain Ski Review

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Brand: Dynastar

Model: M Pro 90 W



Specs

Tip / Waist / Tail (mm)

118-88-108

Lengths (cm)

152, 164, 170

Radius (m)

13

Gender

Female

Symmetrical

Yes

Rocker Technology

Yes

Quickness / Maneuverability

4.2 / 5

Playfulness

4.15 / 5

Forgiveness

3.85 / 5

Hard Snow Performance

3.8 / 5

Crud Performance

3.35 / 5

Balance of Skills

3.65 / 5

Binding Included

Yes

Flotation

3.4 / 5

Some ladies struggled to locate the sweet spot on the M Pro 90 W, the middle child of Dynastar’s new freeride line for women featuring a hybrid poplar/PU core and Titanal. But those who did loved the ski’s bouncy energy—especially in the bumps and in short turns—saying it reminded them of a traditional slalom ski. All ladies agreed, though, that it takes a strong skier to make this ski perform in variable snow conditions.

STRENGTHS: Quickness, Playfulness

WEAKNESSES: Crud Performance, Flotation