In Depth Staff Reviews:
By: Matt M
Read our preview of 2021 Dynastar skis
Dynastar has dialed in their collection in the last couple years around the Legend X family on both the men's and women's sides. We're big fans of the skis here at Powder7—we've enjoyed ripping groomers, slicing bumps, and playing in the trees with them. So we're not surprised to see only cosmetic changes for 2020 Dynastar skis on the Legend front. Those cosmetics look sweet, too.
Did we mention ripping groomers? Well the Dynastar Speed Zone has always been a fun ski to do that with, albeit a stiff and aggressive one. For 2020, Dynastar rolls out a new line of carving-oriented all-mountain skis, the Speed Zone 4X4. "These skis feel light and ski heavy," said one rep at Outdoor Retailer. The Pro versions (82 and 78) include ... Continue Reading
By: Matt M
Check out our preview of 2020 Dynastar skis.
Highlights from the 2019 Dynastar skis lineup:
Maintaining the heritage of the Legend label, Dynastar builds some strategic updates into the line for 2019.
The X75 and X80 are new additions, while the X84 and X88 come back stronger and more powerful. The Legend's new shape looks to really impact the wider skis in the line, offering easier turn initiation and better float—characteristics that should help them excel in a highly competitive category.
On the women's side, the Legend W comes in at waist widths of 96, 88, 84, and 80. Dynastar aims to get maximum versatility out of the line, meeting the needs of women skiers with different styles and abilities. The construction updates from the men's side ... Continue Reading
2020 Dynastar Legend X106 Description:
Breaking down barriers and blurring lines. The Legend 106 strikes a remarkable balance between all-mountain and freeride performance...so much so that the ski practically creates its own category. While lots of freeride skis are squirrely in mixed snow and chop, the Legend 106 powers smoothly through variable conditions. While many all-mountain skis are too rigid and limited, the Legend 106 infuses powder performance and a loose-yet-stable feel with Powerdrive Free Technology and fiberglass reinforcement. The resulting Frankenstein is a ski with bomber stability and edge grip that offers an intuitive, smooth, and slightly playful ride. This is an excellent ski for exploring every corner of big, sprawling western resorts on any day of the year. Similar skis: Head Kore 105, Fischer Ranger 102 FR, Kastle FX 106.
2020 Dynastar Legend X106 Specs: