Dynastar Outland 75 XT (2014)
The Outland 75 is the narrowest ski in the Outland all-mountain family, targeted at novice to intermediate skiers who stick mostly to the groomers. Its core is reinforced with lighter, livelier (and less expensive) aramid fiber laminates (a generic Kevlar) instead of basalt fibers. It comes with a lightweight, inexpensive 11-DIN Look Xpress binding. The returning Outland collection comprises three models designed for versatile all-mountain performance, ranging in width from 87 mm down to 75 mm and in price from $950 down to $550 MSRP. All models are wood-core Autodrive constructions - a signature Dynastar combination of vertical sidewalls underfoot for edge grip and softer cap construction toward the tip and tail for softer flex and more forgiving turn entries and exits. Subtle tip and tail rocker enhances that effect, while also absorbing shocks and improving flotation in soft snow. Dynastar also shapes the "3D" core in a way that's thinner in the middle, thicker near the edges, putting mass where it helps to enhance edge stability and removing it where it obstructs flex. All are sold as systems, with binding.
|Lengths||146, 156, 166, 176|