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Blacklight 95 Ski - 2024

4.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $637.46 Original price: $849.95
25% off
Color:Nimbus White/Carbon Black


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Why We Like The Blacklight 95 Ski

When remote backcountry slopes are calling our name we put on our most breathable outerwear and click into the Dynafit Blacklight 95 Alpine Touring Skis. These touring specific skis encourage us to venture deep into the backcountry with their slim waist and super lightweight paulownia and carbon layup.


  • Backcountry touring skis built for control and remote access
  • Sub 100mm waist is quick edge to edge and easy to maneuver
  • Medium turn radius balances stability with nimble control
  • Full carbon laminate is stiff, responsive, and light weight
  • Construction blends underfoot sidewall with cap in tip and tail
  • Paulownia is the lightest wood used in ski and snowboard cores
  • Sintered base skips effortlessly across long flat areas
  • Item #DNFZ17B
165cm, 172cm, 178cm, 184cm
[165cm] 126 / 94 / 114mm, [172cm] 127 / 95 / 115mm, [178cm] 128 / 96 / 116, [184cm] 129 / 97 / 117mm
Turn Radius
[165cm] 18m, [172cm] 19.5m, [178cm] 21m, [184cm] 22.5m
rocker / camber / rocker
Claimed Weight
[165cm] 2lb 8.9oz (1159g), [172cm] 2lb 11oz (1219g), [178cm] 2lb 13.5oz (1290g), [184cm] 3lb 1oz (1389g)
backcountry skiing, ski mountainering
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 2 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 26, 2023

It's not a tourist's ski

I've been waiting a while for Dynafit to replace the Cho Oyu (88 u/f ) and Denali (99 u/f and 1260g in a 176cm) with something of similar weight and performance. I wanted a wider ski if possible, but eventually bought into the idea of a "95". First on a pair of 187s (1290g per ski). Then as I liked them enough, to pick up a 182 (1215g per ski) as well, just to drop a little more weight for the up. Both skis are a lot more ski than the Cho and Denali. Both exceptional skis IMO. The 95's carbon layup is more damp than either older models and the skis hold an edge better. They aren't as forgiving as the earlier skis in cut up conditions but they do offer a good bit more performance in hard conditions. And that is saying a lot. The 95 is a better hard snow ski, than a powder ski, but nothing to shake your hard at in powder either. I'd call it a true mountaineering ski. They have some decent camber under foot, but also a bit of rocker in the tips and a similar amount in the tail. My take is they like to be skied short and with a good bit of energy to get the most from the ski. It is a very light ski for the width but I would not want a race weight boot to ski them. The ski's weight surely does tempt one to go with a lwt tech binding however. I am using older Dynafit TLT6 Ps boots on my 95s and really like the combo. I like it even more now, with a power strap and a black tongue installed. Not used either with that boot prior, even with much wider and longer skis. The real draw for me was the weight of the 95 for the uphill. I am still sold on the ski for that reason alone. How it skis turned out to be a big plus for me and a bit of a surprise. The ski isn't getting much feedback here in the US. Too bad, as it is a great ski IMO. Like all the super light skis prior from Dynafit, this is the kind of ski they do best!

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Originally reviewed on Dynafit

4 out of 5 stars

November 16, 2022

Great spring ski mountaineering ski

I have skied the Blacklight 95s for a season now. They are crazy light and fantastic for the up hill and handle well on the down. For 95 they ski great in pow because of the big shovels. I found them a little tricky to ski in variable mid winter conditions but fantastic for spring ski and mountaineering!

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Ryan P

Originally reviewed on Dynafit