- The 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 is easy to maneuver in steep, technical terrain
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Did Dynastar get rid of the Legend series...
Did Dynastar get rid of the Legend series for next year?
Yes. But they introduced the "Cham" series both freeride and freetouring. I believe this fills the place of the legend series.
The "Legend" name has been retired and now all of the Legend skis have an equivalent model "Cham" (short for Chamonix, the biggest, baddest ski area near where Dynastars are actually designed and made in the Mont Blanc Valley in France). The mildly rockered 2011-12 Legend 94 is getting and update and will be the Cham 97 for 2012-13. It has significantly more tip rocker, a slightly wider waist (from 94mm to 97mm) and of course a new topsheet graphic, but the overall construction is very similar (it will still have wood core 3D construction and similar sidecut). I had an opportunity to test the entire Cham line (Cham 87, Cham 97, Cham 107, and Cham 127), and I would say it is an improvement over the already good Legend series. So what you get next year from Dynastar will be even better!
Do it all ski for the east!
Mounted them up with some 22designs hammerheads and went out to find some natural during the holiday week. They have beautiful turn initiation and edge hold, they love to change direction! They ride happily in east coast crud piles. More than enough float to keep me light in the woods going over the thin coverage we have. I can't wait to cut some skins for these babies and go find some more pow pow!