Find and shred those distant stashes.
Dynastar's Cham 107 High Mountain is a burly, hard-charging freeride ski just like it's cousin, the classic Cham, but with one major difference—actually, make that 2.75 differences. That's how many pounds lighter the High Mountain is than the traditional Cham, thanks to the Paulownia wood and fiberglass core. It's ditched the metal layer to make it a better touring ski that's also suited for lighter riders, but hasn't lost much of the Cham's big-mountain deep-snow performance. It's retained the progressive five-point sidecut—traditional sidecut underfoot with a tapered tip and tail—so it can still rip through all conditions, smear pow turns, and turn on a dime, and kept the floaty, surfy pin-tail shape, too. Along with the extra-long tip rocker, this helps the High Mountain plane up and over soft snow, and gives you the option of sitting on your tails to dump speed when you realize you're bearing down on a cliff band you weren't expecting. Dynastar also built it with traditional camber underfoot for rugged edge grip when you run into those firm spots, and vertical sidewalls for power and durability when you're pinching the throttle, making it a super-versatile powder ski that excels in the variable conditions that are part of riding outside the resort.
- Traditional camber underfoot with an extra-long tip rocker
- Paulownia wood core
- Fiberglass laminate
- Progressive five-point sidecut
- Pin-tail shape
- Sandwich construction
- Vertical sidewalls