Become a Member

Get access to more than 30 brands, premium video, exclusive content, events, mapping, and more.

Already have an account? Sign In

Become a Member

Get access to more than 30 brands, premium video, exclusive content, events, mapping, and more.

Already have an account? Sign In

Brands

Video loading...
Womens Skis

The 12 Best Women’s All-Mountain Wide Skis of 2022

Super-light materials and innovative edge technologies mean these bigger planks are at home in the bumps, crud, and pow.

Not only do these wider-waisted planks bust through crud like nobody’s business, they also know a thing or two about laying it over and holding steady at speed. Perfect for adventurous ladies looking to get off the beaten path, these crud crushers moonlight as powder skis and are well suited to getting off the groomers and exploring the wild side of the resort. When you want a wider do-it-all ski that does it all well, here’s your category.

Looking for more in-depth ski gear coverage? Join Outside+  to read extended ski reviews, compare ski test scores, and get more insight from SKI’s veteran gear testers. 

Section divider

No. 1: Best in Test: Stöckli Nela 96

  • Overall Score: 4.14/5
  • Dimensions: 134-96-121mm
  • Available lengths: 156, 164, 172cm
  • Radius: 15.8m
  • Price: $1,049 (Buy now)
2022 Stöckli Nela 96
(Photo: Stöckli)

What’s surprising here is that the wider waisted Nela 96 scored higher than its narrower sister. The ladies loved how the widest Nela tackles unfavorable conditions like it ain’t no thing. And while it’s not as floaty as some of the fatter skis in this category, it bested the others in five scoring departments, including in Versatility—arguably the most telling skill. If you ask our testers, you can do no wrong on the Nela 96. Ryan: “Love these skis more than my boyfriend, and it’s serious.” See how the 2022 Stöckli Nela 96 scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 2: Blizzard Sheeva 10

  • Overall Score: 4.06/5
  • Dimensions: 131.5-102-121.5mm
  • Available lengths: 156, 164, 172, 180cm
  • Radius: 14.5m
  • Price: $780 (Buy now at evo | REI)
2022 Blizzard Sheeva 10

“It’s just as fun railing on groomers as it is charging steeps and skiing powder. The one issue with Blizzard skis is you can get stuck in the backseat, but the Sheeva 10 is one of the brand’s most forgiving models. Would be a great daily driver for literally any and all conditions, even brutal hardpack.” –Marina Knight. See how the 2022 Blizzard Sheeva 10 scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 3: Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free

  • Overall Score: 3.97/5
  • Dimensions: 133-104-122mm
  • Available lengths: 158, 165, 172, 179cm
  • Radius: 16m
  • Price: $850 (Buy now at Backcountry | evo)
2022 Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free

The trimmed-down Santa Ana 104 Free—now featuring only one layer of metal—may not have claimed top scores in any skill department, but it’s one of the most balanced skis in the bunch. It’s still a touch burly, but that makes it particularly confidence-inspiring in tough conditions. Expert skiers will love this ski’s tenacity and backbone, while intermediate skiers might find that it challenges them to step up their game. Northrop: “To have fun all over the mountain, jump on these and call it good.” See how the 2022 Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 4: Rossignol Black Ops Rallybird Ti

  • Overall Score: 3.94/5
  • Dimensions: 137-101-127mm
  • Available lengths: 163, 171, 178cm
  • Radius: 13m
  • Price: $800 (Buy now at evo | Backcountry)
2022 ROSSIGNOL BLACKOPS W RALLYBIRD TI

In its second season, the Rallybird Ti went up in testers’ books, which isn’t an unusual phenomenon—some skis take longer to crack than others. But put in some runs to get to know this old bird, and you’ll be rewarded. This ski may not be as quick as others because of its heavier construction, but if you’re barreling down the fall line and through manky snow, this is the ski you want underfoot. Harkins: “This ski rips at high speeds and darts through crud no problem.” See how the 2022 Rossignol Black Ops Rallybird Ti scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 5: Armada Reliance 102 Ti

  • Overall Score: 3.92/5
  • Dimensions (mm): 133-102-123mm
  • Available lengths (cm): 164, 172, 180cm
  • Radius: 17m
  • Price: $875 (Buy now at evo)
2022 ARMADA RELIANCE 102 TI

“These skis let you float like a butterfly and sting like a bee. Transitions between turns are no problem in choppy snow. It also feels solid at speed and makes railing turns so fun. A great ski for intermediate gals looking to level up, but also an excellent choice for experts.”  –Courtney Harkins. See how the 2022 Armada Reliance 102 Ti scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 6: Fischer Ranger 102 FR

  • Overall Score: 3.91/5
  • Dimensions: 136-102-126mm
  • Available lengths: 156, 163, 170, 177, 184, 191cm
  • Radius: 18m
  • Price: $800 (Buy now at evo)
2022 Fischer Ranger 102 FR

Last year’s Best in Test ski didn’t bowl testers over this year, but ladies continue to gush about this ski’s easy handling, versatility, and stability underfoot. It tied for first in Flotation, though testers did take marks off for its performance on hard snow. But skiers considering this ski as their all-mountain ride probably don’t care too much about hard-snow performance, anyway. Lyndsay Strange says: “Happy to have these on a deep pow day, but also psyched to slay slush bumps and soft groomers.” See how the 2022 Fischer Ranger 102 FR scored in each skill category

Section divider

No. 7: Kästle ZX108

  • Overall Score: 3.90/5
  • Dimensions: 141-108-130mm
  • Available lengths: 169, 177, 184, 191cm
  • Radius: 19.2m
  • Price: $799 (Buy now at Backcountry)
2022 Kastle ZX108

With a 108mm waist, this isn’t going to be everyone’s cup of tea for all-mountain skiing. But it may be just the ticket for those out West. The ZX108 lives for speed, so if you often find yourself hurtling down the fall line, look no further. The downside to this unisex charger: The shortest available length is 169cm, and even that feels cumbersome in short turns. The upside: You can actually afford this Kästle. Gibbons: “A Lexus AWD—can go anywhere while offering power and luxury. But not a sports car.” See how the 2022 Kästle ZX108 scored in each skill category in our extend review.

Section divider

No. 8: Völkl Secret 102

  • Overall Score: 3.86/5
  • Dimensions: 140-102-123mm
  • Available lengths: 156, 163, 170cm
  • Radius: 15m
  • Price: $850 (Buy now at Backcountry | evo)
2022 Völkl Secret 102

This ski continues to be one of the top scorers in the Hard-Snow Integrity and Stability at Speed departments, which isn’t surprising considering how much Germans love speed and surgical precision. Featuring Völkl’s Tailored Titanal Frame, it’s one of the heavier and damper options here, which makes it a great choice for skiers who love to charge aggressively. On the flip side, it’s not the liveliest in the category. Northrop: “Drive this ski fast and furious for a giggle fest anywhere, anytime.” See how the 2022 Völkl Secret 102 scored in each skill category, including strengths and weaknesses, in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 9: Salomon QST Stella

  • Overall Score: 3.83/5
  • Dimensions: 137-106-116mm
  • Available lengths: 159, 167, 174cm
  • Radius: 17m
  • Price: $850 (But now at evo)
2022 Salomon QST STELLA 106

Testers still wouldn’t pick the QST Stella as their hard-snow charger, but the cork inserts in the tip and tail plus a carbon and flax laminate do make the Stella more versatile. While the Stella didn’t stand out to testers in any one skill department, this jack of all trades was one of the most consistent scorers in the category. Northrop: “Stop thinking so hard and just go outside and play on the QST Stella.” See how the 2022 Salomon QST Stella scored in each skill category, including strengths and weaknesses, in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 10: Black Diamond Impulse 104

  • Overall Score: 3.79/5
  • Dimensions (mm): 135-104-123mm
  • Available lengths (cm): 164, 172, 179, 186cm
  • Radius (m): 16m
  • Price: $730 (Buy now at evo)
2022 BLACK DIAMOND IMPULSE 104
IMPULSE 104 SKIS

The new Impulse 104 surprised testers who poo-pooed BD’s credibility in the resort ski arena. These spoon-shaped skis earned rave reviews for how effortlessly they tackle crud, and how responsive they are, even in the 172cm and 179cm length. With a generous rocker profile, it’s best suited to charging soft snow, though camber underfoot does keep carving within the realm of possibility. Knight: “Amazingly versatile. So maneuverable on steep, packed powder.” See how the 2022 Black Diamond Impulse 104 scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 11: Elan Ripstick 102 W

  • Overall Score: 3.73/5
  • Dimensions: 136-102-115mm
  • Available lengths: 154, 162, 170, 178cm
  • Radius: 15.8m
  • Price: $800 (Buy now at evo)
2022 Elan Ripstick 102 W

The Ripstick 102 W was built for sending it down the fall line, with testers commenting that it skis more like a wide race ski than a fat all-mountain stick. While our ex-racers love this quality, others gripe that the ski feels a little inflexible. But experts who gravitate towards no-nonsense skis and intermediates who need a solid platform underfoot will dig it. Humes: “Rips groomers like a carver yet is completely capable off-piste. Ski it confidently and it won’t disappoint.” See how the 2022 Elan Ripstick 102 W scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

No. 12: Dynastar M-Pro 99 W

  • Overall Score: 3.66/5
  • Dimensions (mm): 127-99-117
  • Available lengths (cm): 154, 162, 170, 178
  • Radius (m): 20
  • Price: $800 (Buy now at Skis.com | evo)
2022

The M-Pro 99 W is a tad more demanding than the M-Pro 84 W, but it’s still one of the more forgiving skis in this category thanks to its lightweight construction. Like most Dynastars, this ski has its own personality and its energy is something to write home about. While some found it a little squirrelly at speed, most agree that it would gently guide an intermediate and teach her a thing or two about skiing with rhythm and style. Gibbons: “Solid feel, easy skiing, nice edge hold.” See how the 2022 Dynastar M-Pro 99 W scored in each skill category in our extended review.

Section divider

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best women’s all-mountain wide ski for 2021?

  1. Stöckli Nela 96
  2. Blizzard Sheeva 10
  3. Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free
  4. Rossignol Black Ops Rallybird Ti
  5. Armada Reliance 102 Ti
  6. Fischer Ranger 102 FR
  7. Kästle ZX108
  8. Völkl Secret 102
  9. Salomon QST Stella
  10. Black Diamond Impulse 104
  11. Elan Ripstick 102 W
  12. Dynastar M-Pro 99

What are all-mountain wide skis?

Do-it-all skis with wide waists (100-110mm), tip-and-tail rocker, and incredible versatility thanks to friendly sidecuts and large turn radii. You can carve them, take them in bumps, and enjoy powder snow (if you’re lucky enough to be skiing on a powder day).

What is the difference between freeride and all-mountain wide skis?

All-Mountain wide skis are usually narrower and have shorter turn radii compared to freeride skis. This allows all-mountain wide skis to excel in hard snow conditions and be able to carve more easily than true freeride skis. Some skis in this category bridge the gap between these two classifications.

Section divider

The 13 Best Women’s All-Mountain Wide Skis of 2021

BEST IN TEST: Fischer Ranger 102 FR

2021 Fischer Ranger 102 FR All-Mountain Wide Ski in Pink
The 2021 Fischer Ranger 102 FR All-Mountain Wide Ski in Pink.Photo courtesy of Fischer

“Want to feel like a hero anywhere on the mountain? The Ranger 102 FR is for you,” wrote one tester. And she wasn’t the only one smitten with this ski—every one of our ladies loved this ski for its playful and powerful edge-to-edge transfer on groomers and its versatility everywhere else. A pink top sheet indicates this version is meant for the ladies, but it’s the same ski as the men’s and includes a Titanal binding plate, twin-tip profile, and carbon shovel. That said, ladies didn’t find it burly and instead praised its forgiving nature. Barnes: “It’s pretty, playful, and powerful!”

Watch: SKI Reviews – The Fischer Ranger FR Line

Video not displaying correctly? Watch it here.

2021 Fischer Ranger 102 FR Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.48/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 156, 163, 170, 177, 184, 191
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 136-102-126
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 18 (177 cm length)
  • MSRP: $800

Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free

2021 Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Nordica

Ladies looking for an all-mountain charger that will pull double duty as a pow ski (No. 1 in Flotation), look no further. The newest addition to the Santa Ana line features a new waist width, tip design, and lighter core that make the 104 Free model the most versatile all-mountain Santa Ana yet. Modeled after the award-winning men’s Nordica Enforcer 104 Free, this ski had all the ladies praising this female version’s versatility, playfulness, and dependability in crud, bumps, trees, and everywhere else. Hackett: “Fun ski with an aggressive yet approachable attitude.”

Watch: SKI Reviews: Nordica Santa Ana Line

Video not displaying correctly? Watch it here.

2021 Nordica Santa Ana 104 Free Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.40/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 158, 165, 172, 179
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 132-104-122
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 16 (165 cm length)
  • MSRP: $850

Head Kore 99 W

2021 Head Kore 99 W Women's All-Mountain Ski
The 2021 Head Kore 99 W Women’s All-Mountain SkiPhoto courtesy of Head

Last season’s Best in Test ski didn’t defend her title this year, but testers still consider the Kore 99 W a “unicorn” ski—a charger so balanced it ranked No. 1 in Forgiveness and No. 3 in Stability at Speed. Or, as one tester translates: “Likes an aggressive skier but can get down with a Backseat Betty.” This ski’s versatility comes down to the construction of lightweight caruba wood, graphene, and KOROYD, which makes it effortless yet gives it enough backbone to tackle anything the mountain throws at it. Robinson: “They can do no wrong, take no prisoners, and do the hard work for you.”

2021 Head Kore 99 W Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.38/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 153, 162, 171
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 131-97-118
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 15.1 (171 cm length)
  • MSRP: $800

Blizzard Sheeva 10

2021 Blizzard Sheeva 10 Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Blizzard Sheeva 10 Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Blizzard

The Sheeva 10 returns this year as one of the best all-mountain crushers, with testers ranking it tops in Stability at Speed and Crud Performance. Unchanged from last season, it features a multi-layer wood core and a tapered sheet of Titanal between carbon and fiberglass, which gives this ski the power to bust through crud like no other. Testers caution that the Sheeva 10 only really comes to life when skied by strong skiers at speed, but agreed it has the power to turn confident intermediates into advanced skiers. Barnes: “For a gal who doesn’t shy away from speed. It rewards some grit.”

2021 Blizzard Sheeva 10 Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.33/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 156, 164, 172, 180
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 131.5-102-121.5
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 14.5 (164 cm length)
  • MSRP: $780

Stöckli Nela 96

2021 Stöckli Nela 96 Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Stöckli Nela 96 Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Stöckli

The new Nela 96 is so fun on groomers, testers had to be reminded to put this ski through its paces off-piste, too. Ladies reluctantly agreed to take a break from laying trenches to take on the bumps, crud, and trees, and much to their surprise found that the carvy Nela 96 (No. 1 in Hard-Snow Integrity) is just as fun in the rough. Testers described this ski as the Cadillac of the category—a smooth, fast ride, no matter the terrain. Gibbons: “Buttery smooth power. This ski will perform great for a broad group of skiers—gals at the top of their game, or those looking to improve their game.”

2021 Stöckli Nela 96 Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.33/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 156, 165, 172
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 134-96-121
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 15.8 (165 cm length)
  • MSRP: $1,049

Armada Trace 108

2021 Armada Trace 108 Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Armada Trace 108 Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Armada

If you think 108mm underfoot is too wide for your all-mountain needs, sit tight. Testers declared the new Trace 108 skis narrower than advertised and that the wider waist is more indicative of the ski’s big personality. Testers praised the ski’s lighter swing weight and energetic feedback, both courtesy of the new caruba wood core, which makes the ski playful and forgiving yet not so wimpy that experts won’t enjoy it. Barnes: “Charismatic ski. Caresses every type of terrain I threw at it, smoothing out the bumps and lighting up the groomers.”

2021 Armada Trace 108 Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.25/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 156, 164, 172
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 132-108-125
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 17 (164 cm length)
  • MSRP: $875

Elan Ripstick 102 W

2021 Elan Ripstick 102 W Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Elan Ripstick 102 W Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Elan

The widest model in the women’s Ripstick line is also the most serious, designed to tackle the whole mountain at speed. Like her smaller sisters, the new Ripstick 102 W features additional carbon reinforcement along the inside edge of each ski, which adds a beefiness that translates to stability at speed and a desire to crush crud. Some testers complained the carbon makes the ski less responsive and quick, but others loved how unflappable it was on steeps and in crud. Humes: “Holds its own on groomers, poppy and fun in bumps. Cruise it or point it down the fall line.”

2021 Elan Ripstick 102 W Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.11/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 154, 162, 170, 178
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 143-104-120
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 15.8 (162 cm length)
  • MSRP: $800

BEST VALUE: Atomic Vantage 97 C W

The 2021 Atomic Vantage 97 C W Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Atomic Vantage 97 C W Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Atomic

None of our testers had anything negative to say about this ski, which doesn’t happen often and is a tell-tale sign that this ski will impress women everywhere. Often, a carbon construction can sap the life out of skis, but testers were wowed by this ski’s agility and responsiveness both on and off the groomed and it won high praise for its ability to carve. As one of the narrower and lighter skis in this category, it didn’t plow through crud as naturally as others, but its versatility everywhere else makes it a fun and approachable all-mountain ride. Crosby: “Flowy and fun.”

2021 Atomic Vantage 97 C W Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.02/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 156, 164, 172
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 128.5-97-117.5
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 17 (164 cm length)
  • MSRP: $600

Rossignol Black Ops Rallybird TI

The 2021 Rossignol Black Ops Rallybird Ti Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Rossignol Black Ops Rallybird Ti Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Rossignol

When the going gets tough, the tough get going. And the all-new Rallybird Ti is one of the toughest birds in this category. The widest women’s ski in the Rossi Black Ops freeride line includes a Titanal beam and carbon alloy reinforcement to give expert women a no-nonsense tool to crush all-mountain conditions. Testers described the Rallybird Ti as a touch burly but loved how she held steady down the fall line and through crud. Gibbons: “Very smooth. This ski likes to go fast and carve big turns, so head for the fall line and crank up the speed. Not for the moderate skier.”

2021 Rossignol Black Ops Rallybird Ti Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 4.00/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 163, 171, 178
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 137-102-127
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 16 (171 cm length)
  • MSRP: $900

Völkl Secret 102

The 2021 Völkl Secret 102 Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Völkl Secret 102 Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Völkl

The Secret 102 returns unchanged this season to deliver the dependability at speed and edge contact we’ve come to expect from Völkl. A multi-layer wood core and Titanal frame make this ski one of the heaviest and dampest in the category, which some testers appreciated for tackling all-mountain conditions; others griped that the combo makes the ski less playful than they’d like. But in the end, all agreed the Secret 102 would make a solid all-mountain ride for athletic ladies. Hackett: “Great connectivity with the snow. Love how these slice through chalk and crud.”

2021 Völkl Secret 102 Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 3.82/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 156, 163, 170
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 140-102-123
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 15 (163 cm length)
  • MSRP: $850

K2 Mindbender 106C Alliance

The 2021 K2 Mindbender 106C Alliance Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 K2 Mindbender 106C Alliance Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of K2

Tip it, twist it, bop it. The women’s-specific Mindbender 106C will do anything you ask, and you don’t even have to ask nicely. Thanks to a lightweight design—an aspen core meets K2’s Spectral Braid for a fine-tuned flex pattern—this ski won’t make you muscle your way around the mountain. It likes to show off on edge and in freshies, though it’s eager to please everywhere else on the mountain, too. Bremner: “Huge sweet spot. Easy to stay in the driver’s seat and not fall back. In the bumps it flexed, pivoted, and slid on demand. Would suit a variety of skier levels.”

2021 K2 Mindbender 106C Alliance Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 3.81/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 159, 167, 175
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 139-106-124
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 15 (167 cm length)
  • MSRP: $600

Faction Agent 3.0X

The 2021 Faction Agent 3.0x Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Faction Agent 3.0x Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Faction

This Swiss brand has always focused on producing freestyle and freeride skis designed to effortlessly butter turns all over the mountain. The new Agent 3.0X carries on that tradition, earning praise from testers for its playful attitude thanks to a lightweight construction designed for backcountry touring. But this ski also received plaudits for its solid performance on the resort’s frontside, courtesy of its more directional shape and carbon-reinforced construction. Robinson: “So responsive and light! Forgiving and quick enough to foster a beginner.”

2021 Faction Agent 3.0X Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 3.79/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 164, 172
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 134-106-124
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 16 (164 cm length)
  • MSRP: $849

Dynastar M Pro 99 W

The 2021 Dynastar M Pro 99 W Women's All-Mountain Wide Ski
The 2021 Dynastar M Pro 99 W Women’s All-Mountain Wide SkiPhoto courtesy of Dynastar

Some skiers like a ski that will talk back; others want a ski that will just shut up and do as it’s told. This new Dynastar is a ski for the second camp of skier. The widest model in the women’s new M Pro freeride line, the M Pro 99 W is designed with a hybrid poplar/PU core and a Titanal insert that gives this ski a damp feel underfoot. Testers appreciated the smooth ride and leniency it afforded while also calling out its versatility when it came to turn shapes. A confidence-inspiring ski for stronger intermediates. Schreiber: “The best friend ski—it does what you do.”

2021 Dynastar M Pro 99 W Factsheet

  • Overall Rating: 3.77/5
  • Available Lengths (In Centimeters): 154, 162, 170
  • Tip-Waist-Tail Dimensions (In Millimeters): 125-97-115
  • Turn Radius (In Meters): 15 (162 cm length)
  • MSRP: $800

Note: Many of the links on this page lead to affiliate partners. SKI receives a small compensation when purchases are made for a limited time after clicking these links.