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Dynafit PDG Ski


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    Go fast both ways.

    Racing up and down towering mountain peaks at top speeds attracts ultra-athletic, and maybe crazy, skiers, and it goes without saying that these gluttons for punishment demand a ski that can keep up. If you're a rando racer, ski runner, or even a mountaineer with long-distance objectives, the ultralight Dynafit PDG Ski provides the weight savings, durability, and downhill capability you need to get up, get down, and get faster. Named for the Patrouille des Glaciers, the world's most famous skimo race, the PDG is virtually the same as the category-leading DNA, but with a slightly less featherlight construction and a correspondingly mellower price tag, so you can afford to, you know, actually use it.

    Part of Dynafit's Ski Running collection, the PDG Ski doesn't make any bones about prioritizing the ascent. The paulownia wood core and carbon speed stringers keep things light and strong, while a 3D carbon Flex Tip reduces mass while smoothly absorbing impact and damping vibration for a smooth, predictable ride on icy courses and in choppy snow. There's also light alloy in the tip, which minimizes chatter further and makes sure the skin notch doesn't compromise the tip's stability. The PDG's dual-radius technology lets you bomb past squirrely descenders by combining the benefits of a long and stable front radius with short rear radius for nimble handling and precise control during short turns or on icy steeps. The PDG's pintail reduces flotation in the rear of the ski, allowing for more control in soft snow and a more energy-efficient body position over the ski, and the traditional camber provides plenty of bite when you're putting in first descents or pushing for the podium.

    • Ascent-oriented skis for randonée racers and ski runners
    • Skinny 65mm waist for variable alpine conditions
    • Lightweight cap construction with 3D technology
    • Tip and tail rocker eases turn initiation in tight spots
    • Traditional camber underfoot for stability on hardpack
    • Paulownia wood core has a secure feel during the descent
    • Carbon stringers increase torsional rigidity
    • Item #DNF00CG

    Tech Specs

    99 / 65 / 80mm
    Turn Radius
    rockered tip and tail, camber underfoot
    3D cap
    paulownia wood
    Claimed Weight
    [pair] 3lb 7.7oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry skiing, randonee
    Manufacturer Warranty
    2 years

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I use these for racing, but they also perform well in the backcountry. I've taken them out on deep powder days and had the most fun. Make sure your quads are strong. These babies flyyyyyy. Also, very durable. I'll have them for many seasons.

    Fast and light, anywhere

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The current PDG ski is a huge improvement over the previous shapes (black or silver models that had grabby tips). The first time I carved these down some groomers I actually laughed, they rip for being so small! That led me to trying them in the backcountry, to start going after spring summits with speed. Quite the versatile ski when you get comfortable with it, and durable based off a season of resort laps and a handful of races.