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Ski touring and weight-lifting don't mix. On the Dynafit Mustagh ATA Superlight Ski, you can save your energy for another high-speed lap or three. And a versatile, 88mm waist and raised tip let you exercise your newfound efficiency in any conditions.

  • Ski touring-specific Tip-Rocker, essential for untracked, variable snow
  • Isocore Paulownia Ultralight wood core: strong, nimble, and Dynafit's lightest in its class
  • Titanal and fiberglass laminate construction for a low profile, light weight, and agility
  • Biaxial prepreg in lower and upper layer with titanal inserts for exceptional torsional strength and edgehold
  • Weight for pair (178cm) of just under 6 lbs
  • Dual radius sidecut for wide-turn stability and tight-turn ease
  • Traditional flat tail for stability and control, with skin-attachment notch
  • Sintered graphite coatings, super resistant, maximum wax absorption
  • SpeedSkin Fix attachment is lightweight and holds skin perfectly in place

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Does the 88mm dynafit crampon fit the 187cm...

Does the 88mm dynafit crampon fit the 187cm (88mm shovel) mustagh ski?

Yes. The shovel on the 187 is 122mm but the waist is 88 and you'll be able to use the crampon sized for this ski. Should be a perfect fit.


Mustagh Ata

  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This is my second year skiing the Mustagh Ata. I bought it for long tours because it is lightweight; but was surprised to experience the great performance this ski had on the Wapta Glacier Traverse (4 days) last winter.

I'm 134 lbs and 5 ft 7, so the 169 cm was quite long enough for me. I was delighted with the powder performance coming off the glacier with a huge pack. It was a blast.

Then, I was further surprised at the deeper powder experience I had last weekend at Golden's Kicking Horse outback. The skis turned very well. I felt like a pro, even though I rate myself only an intermediate pow skier, having been raised on back east ice.

I can't rate these skis for tight trees, as I am afraid of steeps and trees. Hopefully some day I'll master this.

P.S. The skis are great for long tours, which was the original purpose of my buying them. They also carved better than the Manaslu's on our return to the ski hill from out-of-bounds.

Mustagh Ata