Dynastar may sound like a short-lived 1980s cheesy soap opera dealing with the everyday problems of rich twenty-somethings, but it’s actually a high-end manufacturer of outdoor sporting equipment, particularly skis. Dynastar skis are some of the best in the business due to their toughness, quality construction, and feature-rich pieces. They may be an underrated name compared to some of the big boys out there, but Dynastar holds its own quite well.
Dynastar makes skis for everyone. You have women’s skis, like the Dynastar Swirly model, featuring a camber rocker, cap construction, a wood core and a Twin Tip shape. For the fellas, you have a model like the Cham 127, which features a conventional, Early Taper shape, sandwich construction and titanal laminate core. Then you get into the different types of skis. Whether you’re an all-mountain rider, an Alpine touring skier, or a freestyle fanatic who loves big air and little applause (because, let’s face it, you’re probably not that good), Dynastar makes skis to suit every taste.
Many proud owners of Dynastar skis sing the brand’s praises for creating advanced-level skis that are perfect for hard charging and powering straight through the powder with very little resistance. Results will vary depending on the rider, as some might find charging to be a bit too advanced, but if you’re a serious skier looking for equipment that will complement your skill level, Dynasty skis are a great choice.