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Make sure your ski socks are on tight, because the Dynastar Cham 107 Ski is liable to try and knock them off with its combo of power, precision, maneuverability, and float. Made to crush the steep, deep, and gnarly, the 107 is the most versatile ski in Dynastar's Cham line, built with a light wood core that's been laminated with fiberglass and laid up with a sheet of titanal to provide plenty of torsional stiffness and power when you're mobbing down wind-buffed faces, busting through chop, or rallying the groomers back to the lift. Traditional camber underfoot, vertical sidewalls, and a flat tail give you tons of edging power, and the extra-long tip rocker helps the ski float through the cold smoke and gobble up day-old leftovers like they're a five-course meal.

The Cham 107 also features Dynastar's progressive five-point sidecut, which combines a tapered tip and tail with traditional sidecut underfoot to give you the best edging, smearing, and turning performance this side of a sports car. The tapered tip engages like a dream but won't hook up or get twitchy at speed, and the flat pintail provides strong turn finishing, helps you float through the deep, and lets you dump speed in a hurry when you find yourself heading for an unexpected air. With a sandwich construction and vertical sidewalls along the length of the ski, the Cham 107 has plenty of toughness, power, and durability, too, so you won't feel out of place ripping some hardpack to ribbons when it hasn't snowed in a few days.

  • Traditional camber underfoot with an extra-long tip rocker
  • Wood core with a Titanal layer
  • Two-layer fiberglass laminate
  • Progressive five-point sidecut
  • Pin-tail shape
  • Sandwich construction
  • Vertical sidewalls

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These are a dream

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Weather you are skiing 18" of deep, hitting bumps, or laying big turns on the groomers these are great everywhere. The pin tail design lets you hold an edge on the hard pack, and with the early rise shovel you float really nicely in the soft stuff. The sidcuts can look a little drastic at first sight but I found the 107 mm waist very versatile in all conditions. This ski also comes in a high mountain (HM) version, where Dynastar decided to remove the titanal in the core to lighten it up. The HM works pretty well as a touring ski due to its lighter weight, which is the only downside to this ski. They are heavy, almost 12 pounds. Great for a hard charging resort skier. Overall this ski is a dream to ski, and I recommend everyone have this one in their quiver, with metal in it or not, depending on how you like to explore the mountains.

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Are the Cham 107 too heavy for telemark bindings?

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When I picked them up from the shop, after the green Look 18s were mounted, all I could think was, "Wow, these skis are really ridiculously good looking."

how do these run length wise? I ski 178 dynastar legend pro riders, and have had 181 k2 coombas. can't decide between 175 and 184

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The side with the 184, Just picked up the 175s and I wish i had them longer.

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thx - i found i actually had the 184 ... and that's what i got again. duh. given the early rise, think its the right call