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Versatility's the name of your game, so you and the Dynafit Baltoro Ski are a perfect one-two punch. Sitting squarely in the middle of Dynafit's freeride-to-ski-running spectrum, lighter than the Manaslu but burlier than the Nanga Parbat, the Baltoro is a pure-bred tourer, solid enough to handle your local sidecountry lines and light enough to take on fast-and-light expeditions to the Karakoram.

To meet the needs of hardcore mountaineers, Dynafit constructed the Baltoro with a paulownia wood Impact core for light skinning and forgiving skiing, but reinforced it with fiberglass and carbon to give it enough backbone to handle serious skiing in tough terrain where falling would be a seriously bad idea. It's been firmed up further with a 3-piece sidewall construction, which resists torsion and stands up to rocks, ice, and the general beating that skis can take on long expeditions. 

Snow conditions tend to be a crapshoot when you're heading into serious alpine environments, but the Baltoro features an early-rise Scoop Rocker that's designed to glide over uneven snow but retain nearly full-length contact when laid on its side, so you don't have to sacrifice edge hold to have a versatile ski for serious ice, corn, and surprise pow stashes. It's also got a dual-radius sidecut, which makes it easy to adjust your turn shapes without feeling like you're fighting your skis, and a sintered graphite base that holds wax and stays fast, so you can cut loose when you're home free and enjoying some big, sweeping turns. There are Dynafit-skin-compatible Speedskin attachments at the tip and tail, too, saving you hassle when you're gearing up in the morning.

  • Paulownia Impact core with fiberglass/carbon reinforcement
  • Scoop rocker
  • 3-piece sidewall construction
  • Dual radius sidecut profile
  • Speedskin attachment
  • Sintered graphite base

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I'm 6' 165#. Looking for an all-purpose touring/racing ski. Would the 176 be too big for me? My alpine skis are 176. Should I go shorter for these?

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  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Very good ski! Quite light. Good for off and on piste, hardpack, powder (not so wide but still it s OK). Long radius is perfect for Ski touring (grip on the ice when climbing). Dampens well terrain imperfection. Graphics is superb but wears quickly, upper plastic coating is quite fragile. Dynafit skins are really good too. I choose it pretty small (167cm ski, I am 182cm) and it was a good choice for uphill and downhill.

Any recommendations on sizing?

I am a...

Any recommendations on sizing?

I am a 6', 190 lb advanced skier, looking for a spring/summer touring ski. I'll be primarily touring in AK and the PNW.

I am 6'3, 211 and ride the 176cm. I ride both on piste and back country in Zell am See, Austria and find the 176 a perfect length for both - for me. I also have the G3 Spitfire 170cm and can say without a doubt the Dynafit are the better all around ski here. When I was in Montana I liked the G3, but here it is all Dynafit.
Considering you are going to tour in spring and summer, you might take a run at the Dynafit.

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I would like to mount a 7tm tele binding...

I would like to mount a 7tm tele binding on this ski - is that possible? Or does it come pre-drilled for Dynafit AT bindings only?