The ski for getting after it.
- Paulownia Isocore wood is ultralight, snappy, and warp-resistant
- Slightly rockered tip absorbs shock and rides above crud and wind-crust
- Sandwich construction enhances durability and adds stability at high speeds
- Fiberglass and biaxial carbon reinforcement in upper and lower layers add torsional stiffness
- Sintered base features graphite coating for perfect gliding and enhanced wax absorption
- Aluminum tip adds durability and is compatible with Dynafit's Klick-system skins
Share your thoughts
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Skied these in the Winds on Gannet Peak one day last season in corn conditions. They aren't the lightest, but are solid. Medium flex of the shovel and midfoot, to a stiffer tail. I'm 5' 10" and ski the 176cm with TLT-5 P's. Interested to see how they perform in the Wasatch on deeper/variable days when I want something lighter than my setup for powder.
Does this ski actually have the Dynafit...
Does this ski actually have the Dynafit binding inserts? It doesn't look like it...
The Baltoro does NOT have the inserts. Good catch! I'll get Backcountry to update the description. Thanks!
The weight listed is incorrect. Weights...
The weight listed is incorrect. Weights per ski from the manufacturer (g): 1190 | 1290 | 1380 | 1470 for sizes 149 | 158 | 167 | 176. This puts the 176cm at just over 3 lb per ski.
Jerimy, You are right. The weights should be 3 lb. 4 oz. (1470 gr.) for the 176cm and 3lb. (1380 gr.) for the 167cm. These are the only sizes for this year. Good catch. I'll get the folks at BC to update their specs.
All of the new Dynafit skis and boots are incorrectly listed as weight per pair when it should be per ski/boot.