Dynastar Outland 80 2012 Ski Review
Much like its bigger brother the 80XT the Outland 80 is torsionally stiff in the tip and tail while its subtle rocker brings amazing versatility.
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
158 / 126-80-110 / 15
165 / 126-80-110 / 15
172 / 126-80-110 / 15
178 / 126-80-110 / 15
184 / 126-80-110 / 15
All Mountain Rocker technology, accessibility and easy pivoting, easier sideslipping, edge length recovery in the turn for excellent edge grip and control. Carving comfort and quality. Fiberglass. Wood core. The rocker facilitates flotation in all types of snow. All of the features required for improved durability (metal tip protection, Fluid system, graining of the arms, etc.)
Ski Review's Verdict:
Dynastar’s Outland 80 is one ski that does not like to skid, so carving is second nature to the “80” as long as the skier knows to stay centered so the ski can do the work. Surprising stable and quick edge to edge, the “80” is an excellent choice for those who ski a wide variety of terrain. The construction delivers turns without demanding perfect skills, but rewards good technique with top notch performance. Heavier skiers should consider the Outland 80 XT.
Real time prices for the Dynastar Outland 80 2012, or similar ski products:
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