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The mountains trembled when the Dynastar Legend 85 Ski was born. With a stable yet nimble 85mm platform and a deep sidecut, this hardcore ripper will slash turns down pristine open bowls, steep techy terrain, and fresh groomers with equal gusto. A true go-anywhere ski with plenty of agility, the Legend 85’s early-rise tip blasts through crud and floats when the going gets a bit deeper.

  • Wood core 3D construction makes for a lighter, versatile, and stable ski that powers you through tight tree-lines and wide open powder bowls
  • Sandwich sidewalls provide durability, grip, and balance on hardpack and dicey terrain
  • Long, gradual-rise All Snow rocker enables you to float in powder and bust through crud, and it's easy to maneuver over steeper terrain
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    This is a well-balanced all-mountain mid fat. At 85mm underfoot you have stability and moderate float in all conditions. These are barely rockered, with just a touch allowing the tips to pivot a bit and make turn initiation easier in cruddy snow. Of all the skis claiming "rocker" out there these probably have the least, though. In my mind its a traditional camber ski. They are fairly stiff and quite damp, so they don't chatter at speed. They have a good amount of sidecut so they are easy to turn, but can still hold their own if you're going fast. This is the recipe for the classic Dynastar model of ski. Next year this ski will be reintroduced as the Cham 87, which will be very similar, only with more pronounced tip rocker, slightly increased waist size (from 85mm to 87mm), and a different topsheet graphic. More great stuff from Dynastar!

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    question: i am 6'2 and 215 pounds, expert...

    question: i am 6'2 and 215 pounds, expert skier - which length would I want? Also, I skied the dynastar legends last season in Chamonix and LOVED them, but can't remember if it was the 85s or the 105s - which one is better for expert skiers spending 50/50% time on and off piste?