GO FURTHER, FASTER AND HIGHER WITH DYNAFIT
Looking to bag multiple summits at speed this winter? Dynafit want to propel you to new heights with this lightweight backcountry bundle worth over £1000!
Weighing in at just over 1kg per ski, these minimalist weapons of rapido destruction are bang on the money for gram counters, aspiring skimo athletes and high-altitude expedition skiers.
The 74mm waist puts them plum in the middle between an out and out race ski and a regular touring ski, so they’ll facilitate your fast and light objectives, but won’t feel too skittish underfoot.
The paulownia speed core is light, strong and damp and unidirectional carbon in the construction keeps things stiff yet compliant for maximum responsiveness when the going gets gnarly. A reasonably tight 18m turning radius allows you to put in snappy turns with confidence when navigating icy terrain, and the added tip and tail rocker help keep you flying when things soften up later in the day.
If you’re looking for a high-performance, easy-to-handle rig for FKT’s and personal podiums aplenty, then you’re going to need to pair these babies with a binding that’s also fit for speedy biz. This is where Dynafit’s TLT Speedfit binding comes into play.
Worth £400, it’s a 310g (without brakes) minimalist binding that combines the climbing performance of a race-style binding with the skiability of a classic touring binding.
A frameless binding with steel components, it’s light yet strong and laden with features, including two levels of heel risers that are easy to manipulate on the fly, adjustable release value from 5 to 10, and 5mm of flex in both directions for length adjustment.
Simple and strong, it offers excellent power transfer so you can put the hammer down on the descent and squeeze in one more lap before sunset.
Dynafit’s tip-top Blacklight 74 skins complete this awesome package. Worth a hefty £170, these high-performance Swiss-made Pomoca skins offer the ideal combination of grip and glide and come with a special membrane to prevent wetting out. Plus you can stick ’em together and rip ‘em apart without dislocating your collar bone – no cheat sheets required!
Click the competition link to win: it’s time to light those afterburners and get after it!