Dynastar Cham 107 2.0 (2016)

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Rating: 2.99 / 5
Price: $800.00
Year: 2016
Level: 2
Gender: Female
Waist Width: 107
Tip/Tail/Waist: 137-107-122
Lengths: 165,174,183,180

Stability at speed: 2.94 / 5
Hard snow performance: 2.26 / 5
Crud performance: 3.36 / 5
Flotation: 3.76 / 5
Forgiveness: 2.76 / 5
Overall: 2.99 / 5

The Cham 2.0 107 is built as a versatile freeride ski with a 137 mm tip and 107 mm waist. This is a skinnier version of the powder-houndin' Cham 2.0 117, but don't be mistaken, it's still a burly ski not intended for deep snow. Looking for something similar but a bit skinnier and more practical for everyday use? Check out the Cham 2.0 97. This ski is part of Dynastar's Cham 2.0 series, which is an update to the Cham freeride series. Each model in the series is intended for big mountain, hard-charging skiing, featuring a wide variety of technology. Cham 2.0 Rocker is designed to bring the tip up and off the ground, but less so than in previous years for a more moderate profile. This profile also includes rocker underfoot and all-new slight rocker in the tail designed for increased maneuverability. The overall construction of the series is highlighted by a light paulownia wood core with no metal laminates, designed for a smoother tip-to-tail flex and decreased weight. Lastly, Progressive 5-Point Sidecut technology is intended to move the ski's widest point down slightly away from the tip and tail for optimal turn initiation to avoid any hooking. For those who like to charge down challenging terrain and avoid the groomers as much as possible, this is one of the best series Dynastar has to offer you. Dynastar, based in Chamonix, France, was founded in 1963. Its U.S. headquarters are in Park City, Utah.