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Dynastar Cr 72 Pro Xpress 2014 Ski Review

Dynastar Cr 72 Pro Xpress 2014

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

158 / 125-72-106 / 13
165 / 125-72-106 / 13
172 / 125-72-106 / 13
178 / 125-72-106 / 13

Manufacturer's Description

The all‐new Chrome 72 Pro combines race‐level precision with accessible carving performance for intermediate to advanced skiers making shorter turn shapes. The subtle Early Rise tip rocker eases turn initiation while classic camber through the rest of the ski delivers explosive power, stability and edge grip for confident hard snow performance. The CR 72 Pro features the tool-free Xpress binding system, the lightest high-performance binding system on the market, to deliver a user-friendly on-trail ski that’s less fatiguing and more fun.

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Dynastar Cr 72 Pro Xpress 2014
Written by Brian Babcock on 11/08

Skier Height:5’10” Skier Weight:185lbs Skier Ability:Expert Ski length Tested:172

Ski Review: Dynastar Chrome Pro 72

A new dual core performance ski with plenty of side cut for aggressive skiers looking for quick response and a lighter feel. The 72 uses Poplar in the mid section for a solid platform and Paulonia laminates near the tip and tail. Paulonia is a new wood in ski design and brings 2 important characteristics to the new 72. Weight reduction and warp resistant add both performance and durability. The new 72 has a true fun loving personality and is perfectly suited for lighter skiers craving Slalom ski agility with broader performance than a true Slalom race ski. The SLIGHT rocker aids in the quick, short radius turns while the dual wood core invites some higher speeds and feels very solid and inspires confidence. GREAT skis for lighter skiers and strong women skiers who know how to carve and appreciate the feel of edges that never disappoint. Even shorter length 72s are still plenty of

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