Dynastar Legend Sultan 94 2011 Ski Review
They’re big and wide with a 17m radius, so they cruise just about anywhere with the ability to make some very impressive arcs. Full vertical sidewalls and built like real race boards, the 94 is the Formula One version of “big mountain skis”.
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
165 / 132-94-118 / 15
172 / 132-94-118 / 17
178 / 132-94-118 / 18
184 / 132-94-118 / 20
189 / 132-94-118 / 22
Excellent float capacity, unbeatable stability and control: Wide freeride waist Fluidity: the wide, progressive tip floats on all types of snow Stable and soft on hardpack, with superior edge grip: sandwich construction with a wood core and Titanal sheets, full-length sidewalls, lighter weight, metal tip protection.
Ski Review's Verdict:
While skiers who never get out of the hard pack and groomers should probably seek other choices, the expert who craves the deeper and steeper will love the power and authority that the big Sultan brings to the category. The Sultan 85 is a favourite with some of our test team (the 85’s shape and dimensions still make more sense for less than true powder days).
The 94 would be a sure bet as another favourite with our testers, if only we lived in BC, or Utah, or Colorado or Eastern Quebec or Montana or Wyoming (fill in your own powder heaven choices here).
You get the idea…these are BIG mountain expert skis for BIG mountain expert skiers.
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