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Dynastar Speed Limited 2012 Ski Review

The Dynastar Speed Limited Carbon is one truly superior ski. Wood core, Titanal and Carbon make up a serious “weapon” for experts who crave total performance with no excuses.

Dynastar Speed Limited 2012

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

165 / 120-69-102 / 13
172 / 120-69-102 / 13

Manufacturer's Description

Fluidity and stability: Autodrive technology. Precision and good edge grip on hardpack: Carbon fiber construction. Ultimate Expert Ti plate. Versatility: Giant slalom type sidecut.

Ski Review's Verdict:

The Limited is FAST; solid and huge fun for skiers that ignore speed limits. The shovel initiates with authority, while the generous taper angle (18mm) provides the expert with the ability to choose turns of any radius without prejudice. Very interesting skis that deliver top performance and high speed capabilities that rival race skis.

Another “Best Pick” for skilled skiers who prefer the “groomers” and spend more time on Eastern hard-pack.

Real time prices for the Dynastar Speed Limited 2012, or similar ski products:

Dynastar Speed Cargo Bag - Black

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$199.95

Dynastar Speed Duffel 50L - Black

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$179.95

Dynastar Speed 2 Pairs - Black 195cm

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$99.95
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