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Dynastar 6Th Sense Superpipe Skis


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Description: Dynastar 6Th Sense Superpipe Skis

With the Dynastar 6th Sense Superpipe Skis, you'll never have to rely on any of your other senses again. This pipe dream of a ski has got the traditional camber, and a solid sandwiched core construction that will absorb all the chatter and shoot you out of each lip fearlessly. Added is the spring blade technology that will give you that extra pop you'll need when dealing with the man-made and pressed snow in the pipe. Take the Dynastar 6th Sense Superpipe Skis on your next competition run, and you'll be setting the bar for everybody else.

Key Features of the Dynastar 6Th Sense Superpipe Skis:
  • Lengths
  • 155cm, 165cm, 175cm, 182cm
  • Dimensions
  • 112 / 78 / 102mm
  • Turn Radius
  • 21m
  • Construction
  • Traditional sandwich, Spring Blade
  • Tail
  • Twintip
  • Freestyle Ski
  • Wood Core
  • Regular Camber

6Th Sense Superpipe

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This is the same ski as the original trouble maker. I have the 09 version and is exactly the same, this ski loves to carve and owns jumping!! You can hold your own on the steep and icy with these, and the stiffnes in the nose allows for charging... the stiffness also helps when jumping but the softer tails make rails fun to ride. This ski is very thin by todays standards so powder is not the best , but it can still hold its own for the occaisional dip in the white stuff. One thing I love about this ski is the durability, I didn't look after them at all last season and they are holding up great now, bases are as good as the day i bought them and the edges not a bur. Topsheet however does show up scratches easly but does not effect the ski in anyway or form. My skiing type is mainly jumping(up to 60ft) and smaller cliffs(20ft max! as there is not soft stuff) around the local mountain. Hope this helped any questions feel free to ask
April 25, 2010

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Same ski i have used the past 5 seasons.
James S on Dec 11, 2013
Same ski i have used the past 5 seasons.
James S on Dec 11, 2013
I am a 220lb skier and get 30 day on the local hill here in Southeast Michigan. Packed powder and Ice is the prevailing skiing surface. My daily driver skis are Fischer Progressor 8+. I plan to use these in the local regular sized halfpipe, boxes, and small/midsize rail features. I have begun to add nicks and gouges to my Fischers and want a 2nd pair of skis I can BTH out of. I am an advanced intermediate skier and ski mostly Midwest black and blue and park...all over the Michigan hills. Is this a good ski choice for me or would something like the Fischer Addict Pro or something else be better?.
R S on Jun 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: These 6th Sense skis would be a great choice for midwest pipe and park riding. The combination of a relatively stiff ski and traditional camber will give the ski great hold on hardpack and really help pop out of the pipe!
is a 182 twin tip as tall as a 188 standard ski standing up?
cayjin on Nov 1, 2014

I wish there was a uniform answer for this. Truth is, every company seems to own different tape measures. A 182 from one company may not be the same length as a 182 from another.

That being said twin tips ski shorter than traditional/camber skis. I always go longer.

I hope this helps. Let me know if I can help out with this any further.

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