Description

Tour fast, ski hard.

The Dynafit Broad Peak Touring Ski doesn’t wear you out on the uphill so you’re ready to slash some turns after you’ve reached the summit. Made from Isocore paulownia ultralight wood with beech and bamboo stringers, this lightweight ski tackles everything from glossy plates of ice to crusty snow, from spring corn to compact, powdery snow.

  • Isocore paulownia ultralight wood with beech and bamboo strings allows for a lightweight and easy to maneuver ski in steep techy terrain
  • Sintered graphite base provides more resistance, improves gliding characteristics, and better wax resorption
  • A new top-quality metal tip and an attachment for the tail ensure just right ski-skin integration

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5 5

This is one SOLID ski!

I've been skiing this one for 3 seasons now. I have a reasonable size quiver. And I use this one as a LWT mountianeering ski. 5.5# with race bindings on it. I've used it every where from 3 foot of powder to hard spring ice, super steep chutes and 20 mile one day tours. This ski rocks it all even in a 167cm ski and TLT P boots. For me this is my one "must have" ski of my quiver. Which says a lot I think.

Unanswered Question

Are there now pre-drilled wholes in these...

Are there now pre-drilled wholes in these skies or not ? I am not planning to put a dynafit tour binding on it and I rather have no additional wholes in the skies if not absolutely necessary. Can you please clarify (and maybe include it in the ski description as well ? Looking forward.

I just received the pair of Broad Peaks I...

I just received the pair of Broad Peaks I ordered in 167cm. Unlike what is shown (and described) on the product page, they are not predrilled for Dynafit bindings. Am I missing something here?

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It's likely that you received one of next year's skis. A few have been shipped early to fill inventory. The only difference is no binding inserts. Enjoy!

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Hello Sandy, thank you for the prompt reply. It seems rather strange that Dynafit would stop including the pre-drilled inserts, as I believe this was one of the nicest features of buying Dynafit skis & bindings. Is there a way to contact you directly to follow up on this? Thanks again!

You mean it was designed for a specific...

You mean it was designed for a specific activiti? What is it designed for?

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from wildsnow.com :

"Built for edge hold when you encounter conditions such as white ice during ski descents of big peaks, the ski is still said to handle varied conditions, as a board of this sort would have to.
My take is that the Broad Peak is a quiver ski. You’d own it if you want something that’ll help you survive steep icy terrain you might encounter during spring ski descents and that sort of thing"

Hi,
I have heard you should have a very...

Hi,
I have heard you should have a very good ski level to control this skis. ¿Is it true? ¿Is it a polivalente skis?

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This is a mountaineering tool - if you aren't after some pretty big ski mountaineering objectives I don't think this will be the most enjoyable ski for you. It is great at what it was designed for, but is not the best choice for mellow tours or someone who just wants a lightweight ski touring setup.

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Perhaps these would be a fine East Coast ski... and if you live in the Adirondaks I would imagine nice to have when skiing the "Slides" there.

I'm 5'11 and weigh about 165. I'm thinking...

I'm 5'11 and weigh about 165. I'm thinking about using these for backcountry touring races. I'm a fairly aggressive skier, but would like them to be stable especially in soft/fresh snow. What size do you think?

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I would opt for the 176cm. The weight difference for racing would be negligible, but the extra stability for your size and ski style will be well worth it.

I AM 1,63 M ,53 KG , WOULD LIKE TO BUY...

I AM 1,63 M ,53 KG , WOULD LIKE TO BUY THOSE WONDER SKIS ! THAT SIZE ? PLEASE ADVISE !

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Hi Daniela, If you are using them primarily for off-piste, I would go with the 158cm. Also, if you are not very aggressive, stay with the 158. In-bounds or "side-country" aggro skiing, you could try the 167cm.
Enjoy!