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Dynastar Legend 8000 2005

The Dynastar Legend 8000 lives up to its name and the Legend range is a worthy successor to the Intuitiv range. The Legend 8000 will fly down couloirs, float gracefully through powder and plough through crud all day long and still ask for more.

Model: Dynastar Legend 8000
Size (cm) / Radius (m): 165/? 172/? 178/20 184/?
Sidecut: 116-79-102

Ski-Review’s Verdict:


Since carving skis have been around I have always skied on the shortest, stiffest and most carve happy skis I could get my hands on, as they made special slalom skiing so easy.

This week away was no different as I was skiing on the Head XP100s which are 160 cm long and have a radius of 11m and are as stiff as you get with their full metal jacket. So the jump from the XP100s to the Dynastar Legend 8000, which is 178cm long and has a radius of 20m, was pretty daunting.

So I didn’t know what to expect as I went up the over crowded Grande Rochette gondola in La Plagne. By the time I was back at the bottom of the Grand Rochette there was a huge grin across my face as these skis surpassed anything I had ever skied on in the past. They just wanted to go fast and normally at these kinds of speeds other skis tend to get a bit unstable and you start to lose edge grip.

The Legend 8000 had no problems handling the speed at all, even holding their edge all the way round the turn on the wind swept hard pack / ice, plus they just ploughed effortlessly through the crud at the bottom of the run. There was no powder worth speaking of to test the Legend’s off piste capabilities, but I am sure that this would be the ski’s forte as the huge 79mm under foot width will provide outstanding floatation.

I also didn’t get to try the Legends out in the moguls: from my experience mogul fields these days are made by people like me with shorter skis. This means the moguls are much closer together and when you ski the field on longer skis the tails tend to catch on the previous mogul, so I would not expect the Legends to do so well here.

The only bad things I picked up on were that they seem to take a while to bite once you begin to set them on an edge while carving.  This is due to the large waist and can be expected of all skis in this class. Also—at slow speeds i.e. setting off and on the flat the ski becomes quite hard to turn as there is not much force to flex the ski. This is also is a characteristic of skis in this class.

Conclusion?

The Dynastar Legend 8000 is an amazing ski for all mountain supremacy, I am definitely getting a pair and would recommend them to any higher intermediate to advanced skier.

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Reader Ski Reviews of the Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Titeuf on 06/04

Did you compare it to K2 Axis XP/Apache Recon, Movement Demon Flame, Volkl 724 Pro, Stoeckli Stormrider XL… ?

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Duncan Mills on 06/25

Review on the Movement Demon Flame is coming up soon(just a few internet problems we are having). Regarding the Stormrider XL; sadly it was Dirk who skiied the Dynastar Legends above not me so I cannot compare them accurately. From my conversations with Dirk I think I would prefer the Stormrider XL as I found it very stable a high speeds.  The Movement Demon Flame falls into a slightly different group as its alot lighter and has more flex, but that does not mean it is a bad ski.

Reviews on these coming very soon.

Thanks,

Duncan

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by davidcrosbie on 08/13

Skied the Legend 8000 in Tignes Easter 2004. Great skis. I tried other skis from test centre. Great in crud and powder but can still hold edge when hacking down a piste. I don’t pay for my skis and these are the ones I’m having for next season! Look cool too!

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Brian Babcock on 08/23

One of my ?Best Picks? Testing this ski at Killington, we got to push limits not attainable at smaller areas. The wider waist seemed to shrink as speed increased. The only thing I didn?t like was the color. I got over it. This is not as easy as the B2 or Volkl724 Pro, as the shovel is stiffer but its much more precise and when skied aggressively, there?s an energy that?s usually found only in Race skis.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by mattleo on 08/26

These skis sound great! I currently own the Speeds SX from about 4 seasons ago. I loved these skis but they seem long now at 178 cm (and narrow). After a few years away from skiing due to family and work obligations I can now ski again and I need some new skis. Will this model give me the versatility of the Speed SX?

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Richard on 11/29

Great ski. Smooth, well mannered surprisingly quick edge to edge given its width. Very easy to ski, very forgiving and quite lively for its dimension. I have come to expect this almost “dance-like” quality from Dynastar skis and this was no exception. I own a pair of int74 and find the 8000 a little less maneuverable and a bit more stable.

 

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 12/21

I bought a pair of 178s this fall, without trying first, to replace my Dynastar Speed SFs (186 cm) from several years ago.  Pair before that were K2 TNCs in a 204 cm.  I’m a girl, 5’9”, 140 lbs, and have always skied hard with the boys. Have now taken the 8000s out 3 times in on-piste variable early season conditions here in Colorado (Beaver Creek and Keystone).  Seem good in powder, light crud, and corduroy, but on those not-just-groomed slopes (blue and black), they ride like a truck with bad shocks over a washboard road.  Horrible.  Seems like the shovels are too soft, flapping around a lot.  And the skis do not seem that stable on icy pitches at speed. Maybe it’s a question of changing technique (from the old-school GS style), but I’m not as impressed as the reviews led me to anticipate.  And I’m not having as much fun as I did on the Speed SFs…

Any tips/ recommendations appreciated.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 12/21

I bought a pair of 178s this fall, without trying first, to replace my Dynastar Speed SFs (186 cm) from several years ago.  Pair before that were K2 TNCs in a 204 cm.  I’m a girl, 5’9”, 140 lbs, and have always skied hard with the boys. Have now taken the 8000s out 3 times in on-piste variable early season conditions here in Colorado (Beaver Creek and Keystone).  Seem good in powder, light crud, and corduroy, but on those not-just-groomed slopes (blue and black), they ride like a truck with bad shocks over a washboard road.  Horrible.  Seems like the shovels are too soft, flapping around a lot.  And the skis do not seem that stable on icy pitches at speed. Maybe it’s a question of changing technique (from the old-school GS style), but I’m not as impressed as the reviews led me to anticipate.  And I’m not having as much fun as I did on the Speed SFs…

Any tips/ recommendations appreciated.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 01/04

Try the Dynastar Speed Omeglass, they’re superb! They are the successor to the Speed range you skied before. Absolutely the best (piste)ski ever for me! Very powerfull, great rebound and very stable at high speeds. Even at 1.63m (I’m a girl, 1.75m, 60 kg). Tried the Volkl P 60, Salomon X Scream, Rossignol Bandit xx, but the Omeglass impressed me most. Because of relatively narrow 63 cm under foot not specifically meant for off-piste, however shovel and tail are wide enough for some flotation.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 01/05

Any feedback on these??  I am a girl at 5’9”/135lbs. who has gone from years of skiing w/a bit of racing on 200 GS skis ‘w/the boys’ to 187 Salomon X-mountains which were a dream compared to 200cm straight skis but am now in search of a new ski that allows me to ski ‘old style’ aggressive GS type of turns at speed and prefer steeps + powder and crud…only do bumps if forced or w/ a foot of the fresh stuff!!...help?????  Any suggestions?  I’ve been told the Volkl 724 pros may be a good choice….any suggestions on length?—want stability at speed….

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 01/05

Any feedback on these??  I am a girl at 5’9”/135lbs. who has gone from years of skiing w/a bit of racing on 200 GS skis ‘w/the boys’ to 187 Salomon X-mountains which were a dream compared to 200cm straight skis but am now in search of a new ski that allows me to ski ‘old style’ aggressive GS type of turns at speed and prefer steeps + powder and crud…only do bumps if forced or w/ a foot of the fresh stuff!!...help?????  Any suggestions?  I’ve been told the Volkl 724 pros may be a good choice….any suggestions on length?—want stability at speed….

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 01/05

To “girl at 5’9”.....I have a similar skiing background and am relatively close in size (shorter).  I totally love my Volkl Supersport Six Stars.  Fantastic at speed, fun in soft bumps, OK in powder, bad on narrow roads at slowish speeds (can’t get ski to flex enough without power of speed added), not great on hard base with scattered lumps of heavy powder.  Love them!

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Brian Babcock on 02/16

Not to generalize, BUT 5"9” 140lbs on the 8000 in a 178? The shop should offer you the right length (SHORTER) and buy you dinner. Are your bindings mounted 1 cm forward? Or were they even aware of this practice? Also check to see if the bases are FLAT. (Done with a true-bar) They may well be “Edge-high” Bottom line, try to exchange them for the CORRECT length and get them mounted forward. Make sure the tips are SLIGHTLY detuned (approx 10 mil at the contact point) and that the bases are flat and not concave. Check to ensure your boots are flexing enough to allow you to work the shovel of the ski without punishing your shins. Keep us posted. (Sorry, I didn’t look at your reply sooner)

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/17

I am going to snowbird and i might be able to take some fee demo’s with me.  I am 6 feet adn about 160lbs.  advanced skier.  should i do the 172 or the 178?

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/18

Eastern skier with Loon as my home mountain. Demo’d these skis for a week and they blew me away. I needed something that had a wide waist to take out west but still had a good enough cut to them to rip the eastern hardpack. These skis absolutely ripped. Extremely stable at high speeds, very responsive on the steeps. Anybody with a negative attitude of these skis are not on the correct ski for their level. I was able to rip the usual New England hardpack for everything it was worth and lucked out to get two feet of powder late in the week to really try these out. They float on the powder, can’t wait to take them out west. Anyways, if you don’t like these skis, i suggest you try snowboarding. Try them, you won’t put them down. Big ups to Dynastar as this is a perfect replacement for my much older 4x4’s.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/19

Been trying different boards all year. Each day I start with something new, Atomic, Volkl, Rossi each day I end up on the Dynastar 8000. Awesome skis!

Answer to length question, go with the 178’s.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/26

I am an expert skier who lived in Crested Butte for 5 years and am skiing Taos next year.  I love to ski steep-off piste terrain, with the occasional tear down a groomer.  Chutes/bowls/trees are my favorite, well I was skiing old 4X4’s, but now need a new ski…I was thinking about the Legend 8000, could anyone compare it to the 4X4’s fo me?  I was also thinking about the Volkyl 5 or 6 star, but just don’t know.  Any suggestions, or other skis to consider?  Also, I’m 5’8” and 150 lbs. todd.fielder@colorado.edu

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 03/16

I just skied these jaunts out in Jackson Hole last week.  I’m 5’9”, 190 lbs (pretty lean), level 9 skier, and have it in 184 cm.  First thing that impressed me is how forgiving it is in moguls.  It almost allows you to just nick the outer 1/3 of the mogul like god intended.  Hell, you could probably just go straight thru the bumps with this ski. 

Second, I love this ski in off-pisted conditions.  Cuts right thru crud, sunbaked powder, heavy/slushy powder…and other crappy conditions like that.

Groomers it does well in.  And for those that don’t like the ski, give it a good hard week of skiing.  I absolutely hated this ski the first day, but by day 5 the ski came alive and allowed me to unleash it’s full potential with huge ass turns that I was quite timid in trying the first day.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 03/24

Hi, I’m another lady 5’9” and 147lbs (bit bigger!).  Skied nearly all my life and tried Dynastar 8000’s this year.  They were SERIOUSLY WONDERFUL in powder especially.  Mine were 172’s incidentally - better length??  Anyhow, only down side was they were a little bit tight for turning moguls, crap on windpack piste and/or ice on piste - like most freeride skis.  No edge.

I’d happily ski the 8000 again and that said, I’m gonna keep trying dynastar - I think their on a roll here.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by zipperdee on 03/26

Caldonpro and 5’9” girl with Dynastar 8000’s - As another 5’9” female skier who’s been for last 20 years regularly, I used 172 Dynastar 8000’s this year.  Perfect!  They glide in powder galore and are fine on moguls at this length, but are not very good on hard pack piste, but so worth it overall off piste.  Try a bit shorter.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 04/05

Good off-piste, OK on.  The 2005s are ugly, but the 2006 looks quite a bit better.  Incidentally the Rossy B2 has been re-designed for 2006, and it’s now better than the Dynastar.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 04/08

i just dropped my new 8000’s off to be mounted.  how important is it to mount the bindings forward of center?  should i call them back and request this?  thanks

-dave

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 04/08

Just back from Val where I had to hire some Dynastar 8000s after my Atomic 10.20’s died.  I found this to be a great   ski in all conditions (even slush). I am 90kg and a hard skiier but i would advise against getting then too long. (lady 140lbs!) I was on 178’s and tried the longer ski and found it poor in comparison. I am looking for the 8000 for next year.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 06/08

I just bought these based on these reviews, so i hope ya aint bull crapping :)

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 06/08

I keep reading about the 1 cm forward mounting position. Do i need to do this? I am 5’6” and 155 lbs. I bought the 165’s which seem ok size for me. Plus I love to spin while I huck. I am a level 8 skier. Do you think my size choice is correct?

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 06/23

1cm forward mounting position? Is this 1cm forwad from the centre or from the normal mounting position (i think 15cm back from the centre)? My guess is this off centre mounting is so the ball of your foot is on the centre of the ski. People often move their bindings back further for powder, or forward further for spinning and rails. If you do neither or both of these, I’d say move forward from the norm if you have small feet.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 06/23

Shaped skis are shorter cos there is longer edge on a curve than on a straight line. Normal length is a bit below height, but there are many other factors. If you are heavy or like to go fast (or both) you can go longer but you could also go on a stiffer ski instead. If you are doing freestyle, moguls or slalom it is better to go short. So it really depends on the ski that you are considering.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 06/28

Question for you all.  I’ve been away for about 4 years and am planning a comeback and looking for new gear to replace 190cm straight-edge Rossi 7S’s I’ve been skiing on since 1992.  I’d like a good all purpose ski I can use for the next few years that will support a return to my former glory as an advanced skier who could (and likes to) go anywhere safely and aggresively but doesn’t always look good doing it.  I’m a 5’6” man, ‘bout 135-140 lbs.  Thanks for any help I can get.  PS.  A quick primer on sizing shaped skis would also be MUCH appreciated.  steven_lenard@yahoo.com

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 08/20

Demoed a bunch of skis before deciding on the dynastar 8000s.  These were by far the best skis for the colorado skiing I like to do.  Good in trees, powder, crud, moguls, groomed - you name it.  Sure, there are better skis for all of these conditions but I doubt they do ‘em all! 

I’m 5’10” 200 lbs. and demoed the 183s.  Bought the 178s and like em even better…

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 09/05

Hey man, I’ve been debating whether to get Dyna 8000’s or the Rossi B2’s for this next season.  I’ve been leaning towards the 8000’s and your review has sold me.  I used to ski Dynastar 4x4’s as well and totally loved them.  Thanks for your review.  -Ron in Breckenridge

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Dirk Ter Haar on 09/10

I am the guy who wrote the original review. And since then i have skied on the B2s. You have a tough decition on your hands as they are both great skis. Your decition should be made based on your skiing. If you like a ski that is a jack off all trades and master of one, being mogals go for the B2. If you like a ski that is jack of all trades but master of the steep and deep go for the 8000s. In short the B2s are very good a mogals because they are quite soft and the 8000s are very good when it comes to the steep and deep stuff because they are a bit more full on. what ever you go for you will have some pritty good placks on your feet this season.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 10/05

Hi! I wonder what the Legend 4800 would be like compared to the B2? They have almost similar dimension but I have an idea that the B2s are softer? I am just a bit concerned since I read a review saying that the Legend 4800s were for “intermediate” skiers and I am a more powerfull skier and like some feedback from the skis. (I would love to try the Zag Fr 75, but they are too expensive for me…)

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 10/09

Skied the 8K’s in Valdez, Montana, and Wyoming.  Mashed potatos to champagne, groomers to scary steeps.  They did it all well, and steep and deep they did superbly.  6’, 190# and I’m on 178cm’s.  About the only thing I wouldn’t do is race them!

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 10/10

I’m 5’11, about 185 lbs, ski aggressively all over the mountain, love the steep n deep, love the moguls, love it all.  This is my first purchase since shaped skis came out…been renting before.  Not sure between the 172 and 178 for the 8000.  Suggestions?

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 11/09

Another length question. I want the 8000’s. I’m 5’10”, 220 lbs., advanced skier, currently free ski 186cm Dynaster Autodrive Cross 66 skis.  Any recommendations between the 178cm and the 184cm?  I’m leaning toward the 184s.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 12/07

What is the difference between colors of the 8000s? I was told to get the orange ones for some reason… just wondering.  Jer

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 12/27

I just got 184’s for Xmas 2 days ago.  The are without a doubt the easiest skis I have ever rode.  If anyone is wondering if 184’s are too much ski all I can say is that Could not imagine any shorter.  They are a little chattery at speed but that is the price to pay for turn on a dime handling.  No chute was too tight or icy with these babies.  Unfortunately I tapped a rock today and crushed the sidewall under foot.  My present is going in the trash can after 2 days.  I did not hit hard, mabey bad luck?

5’10” 190lbs. 100+ days at Alta/bird per year

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 12/31

Just skied my new 8000’s in Vermont, and they are a dream.  178’s are the ticket.  Very easy to ski, and they like to go! But mine are orange,too, and I’ve seen red ones too. Peter, long island

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 01/09

i had a pair of dynastar Legend 8000’s for just over A week over in the pyrenease over xmas. after a week of hard skiing the were totally trashed, so much for rental skis, i wouldnt recomend buying them for long term use. but in the short term they are a great ride, they dont handle park to well either. lol

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 01/12

Hi there - had a pair of B2’s (lovely ski, great all over the mountain but a bit chattery when going fast down a piste) but one came off in big powder in the lavancher bowl in Chamonix so now i only have one ski. Thinking of the 8000’s as my next ski, i want something with a bit more aggression that’ll give me the chance to get faster but still be able to handle the crud, powder (mmm) and occasionally the piste - i also like moguls though. Skied on 160’s on the B2’s which I felt were a little short for me and my style of skiing (I am 5’5’‘, about 60 kilos and a girl) - would you recommend the 8000’s or can you think of better???ta…

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by jake on 02/08

I skiied them last weekend @ Sugarbush. It was a rainy soft morning, firming up in the PM. I skiied bumbs, cursers, ice and always at speed. Suprisingly stable, and responsive with the wide waist. Good edge grip on the hard stuff and cut through the soft crud “like butter”. I’m buying a pair this weekend….too good to pass up!

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/14

Legend Pro Rider, Legend 8800 and Legend 8000 fiber… besides the obvious prize, colour and manufacturers remarks. I mean, has anyne skied the 3 and what is his/her veredict? Also, which one of the 3 would be more suitable for a tall (6’3’‘) heavy (+90kgs) advanced skier who wants them only for the powder/off piste days?

Thanks!

Nieg

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/20

What a great site…thanks 4 the reviews… I ski Portes du Soleil all winter and have gone to boarding this year as I sink too much in the deep stuff, an’ my X Scream Series are now on their way out… however age is stopping me from getting the off piste buzz on the board being 53 (going on 35) and 95kgs on a good day for 5’10” - would 172 be too short… current screams are 179 and i’m feeling they are too long now. Hmmm need to decide. Help please.  X

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/28

This ski loves California crud and spring skiing.  It handles nasty snow conditions beter than anything I’ve skied before. 

My snowboarding Kids can’t keep up and won’t follow.  5’10” 190lbs 50+.  I’m on a 178.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 03/07

Wish me luck, I’m so psyched to head out on my new 172cms. I can’t hardly control myself. I havn’t bought new boards in 15 years, always skied on 200cm racing skis. I’ve rented shaped skis for the past 10 years, and finally bought the new dynastar 8000’s, on my local shops recomendation. I hope they’re awsome at Alta. I’ll be looking for some fresh powder to try these babies out in!!!

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 03/20

Enjoyed the ratings of these in other categaries.  If you had to rate them for turns in the fall line (no bumps), which would it be? Hope to demo them soon.

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 03/24

May 2006 / been reading reports on Dynastar Legend 8000 in French and English mags for a while now so I bought a pair (178cm )  to resume ? they put the biggest smile on my face I?ve had for years. hunt punt and ski - when the snows firm. a.perkins@libertysurf.fr

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 11/23

This ski is nimble being made of only wood and metal. It combines the best overall performance of edge grip, crud handling, and power.

Dynastar Legend 8000 gear review by Brian

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 01/28

I am currently skiing Elan 662/666 in a 184cm.  I love them but they tend to be more work in the deep and crud.  I have tried the K2 Outlaw in a 176 and it was much easier off piste but no fun on the pack.  Would the 8000 be a better all around choice?  What length for a 6’-2” 180lbs lvl 8/9?  I tend to ski fast medium to long radius. 50/50 on/off piste. Sometimes bumps if they are soft and fun.  The legend is wider then my Elan’s so I am thinking they would float better and be easier to turn in a 176cm… 

—tall&180lbs

Dynastar Legend 8000 2005
Written by Ski Review Guest on 02/05

I’ve been on the 178cm Legend 8000’s since the beginning of this season. I’m 27 years old, 6’1, 180 lbs., and an expert skier.

I’ve had the chance to ski them in the powdery back bowls of Vail as well as the tight, crowded, icy pitches of Mont Tremblant in Quebec, and they’ve been amazing through it all.

I think one thing worth mentioning is that people who ski primarily out West (or maybe also in Europe), where the mountains are bigger, the terrain is more spread out, and there are more opportunities to do long, sweeping GS turns and encounter deep snow, it make sense to go for a slightly longer ski. If my home mountain was out West, I would have definitely gone for a 184cm ski or longer, but since I ski mostly in the east (Vermont and Quebec), where narrow, crowded trails and bumps are unavoidable, I knew the 178cm length was a smart compromise. Bottom line: if you live out West, go for the longer ski. if you ski the East, you won’t regret sacrificing a bit of length for better maneuverability.

Cheers,

Dan

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