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Dynastar Cham 87 Skis

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Description: Dynastar Cham 87 Skis

The Dynastar Cham 87 is the littlest brother in 2014's award winning and highly anticipated Cham Series. With the narrowest waist among the series, the Cham 87 is the most forgiving and best fit for an intermediate level skier. Featuring Long Tip Rocker and Levitation profile, the skis have the versatility to float in powder and grip the edge on the hard pack. The Wood Fibre Core is a sandwiched wood and fiberglass core that is light, strong, and forgiving. The 5 point sidecut allows the Cham 87 to go anywhere, explore any terrain, in any snow type of snow condition.

Key Features of the Dynastar Cham 87 Skis:
  • Levitation profile: The Cham Adventure series features a unique design that delivers more power, stability and maneuverability in all snow conditions from powder, to crud, to hardpack, for all skier types.
  • Cham's levitation profile is the next generation in ski design. The combination of an evolved "5-point sidecut," long tip rocker, classic camber underfoot and flat pintail provides the reliability and versatility to meet the demands of all-mountain and big-mountain skiing.
  • Progressive 5-point sidecut: Combines reverse (tapering) sidecut in the tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot.
  • Delivers effortless maneuverability and smear turns quick, easy turns and speed control in all snow prevents hooking, twitching and overturning at speed in deep snow
  • Carves and turns well on groomed snow
  • Long rocker tip: Long rocker from tip through forebody.
  • Delivers superior flotation through deep snow and crud
  • Enhances steering, maneuverability and control
  • Classic camber underfoot: Delivers stability, reliable edge-grip and power
  • Enhances turning and maneuverability on groomed snow
  • Flat pintail: The narrower, flat tail maximizes the benefits of the progressive 5-point sidecut.
  • Enhances tip flotation for phenomenal ease-of-use in deep snow. Delivers power, tracking and stability in all conditions
  • Easier to balance and maintain direction for enhanced powder performance
  • Delivers easier speed control
  • Sandwich laminate construction: Wood cores with titanal and/ or high tech laminates provide the best feel, balance, power and stability
  • Full length vertical sidewalls: Deliver the ultimate edge grip, power and balance
  • Radius: 16m
  • Sidecut: 109(127-87-103) 90mm

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It has been many years since I bought new skis and my old skis, Solomon Xscreams were narrow and allowed me to ski with my legs very close or together which is how I learned and have skied for many years I was wondering if a ski like the Cham 87 which is not too wide would not force me to change my technique? Much?
Richard V on Dec 1, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Richard, honestly either of those skis would be a great fit. The Rossignol Experience 88 and the Dynastar Cham 87 are fun, lively, maneuverable, and light skis. Both feature early rise rocker in the tip, Rossi calls it Auto Turn Rocker while Dynastar calls it Long Tip Rocker. 30%Rocker, 70% traditional camber through the majority of the body. What this does is allows ease of turn initiation and a forgiving skiing experience. The tip can flex and get on edge easier allowing the rest of the ski to gently follow suit. If you take the ski off trail into deeper snow the tip can flex and drive toward the surface. No need to lean back like the old days. Both float exceptionally well. It's an incredible skiing experience. Truly, I am very excited for you to feel it for the first time. Get ready to smile and whoop and holler. The Experience 88 has a waist of 88mm and the Cham 87 has a waist of 87mm so almost exactly the same underfoot. 195cm length is a long ski. I'm 6'5" and my touring ski is 193cm, my everyday ski is 184cm. You'd be suited well between 160cm -170cm. I feel though, since you are used to a longer ski, the 172cm Cham 87 would not be too much ski for you. Either ski would work, both are great. Now it is just a choice of price and which one you feel looks cooler. Enjoy and Happy Winter!!!
It has been many years since a bought a pair of new skis. Finally moving to a shaped ski. Ski steep groomers, intermediate bumps and powder whenever available. Mostly East Coast but make a trip West every year and want to make the most of it. Looking at the Dynastar CHAM 87 or 97. Any thoughts on the better choice given my requirements?
Paul T on Nov 19, 2014

Congrats on getting a new pair of skis. The CHAM 87 and 97 are great skis but might be too much for you. What are you skiing on right now?

I think perhaps the K2 AMP Rictor 82XTi Skis would be the way to go. Kind of an updated version of an old classic. All Terrain Rocker, early rise rocker makes turn initiation a breeze and allows the ski to float very well in the powder. Very fun and sturdy sidecut: 127/82/112
Are these good for the pow pow?
A shopper on Oct 8, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Oh yeah..the Dynastar Cham 87 Skis are primed for some powder days.