2021 Dynastar M-Pro 99

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Philpug: At first glance you might think the new M-Pro 99 is just a warmed-over Legend (which was considered a warmed-over Cham), but that is not the case. Dynastar is doubling down on the extended tip rise with the new M-Pro collection, but it is the construction that sets the new skis apart from their predecessors. There is a solid connection that I haven’t felt from an Dynastar in this category in forever ... maybe ever. What I really liked is its ability to make any turn shape and its stability at speed. I also like the clean, understated graphics.
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Who is it for?
Chargers who don’t need to charge all the time.
Who is it not for?
Those who disdain tip flop. While the tip does move a bit, and you can see it, that doesn’t mean you feel it. Either way, you shouldn’t be looking at your tips anyhow.
Skier ability
Advanced, Expert
Ski category
All Mountain
Ski attributes
Groomers, Moguls, Off Piste, Trees
Segment
Men

Specifications

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Available sizes
162, 170, 178, 186
Dimensions
127-99-117
Rocker profile
Camber with tip rocker
Construction design
All new
Binding options
Flat
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Philpug

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@Philpug Did you ski the 178 or 186? If you were buying a pair for yourself, what length would you go with ?
I skied the 178. I usually ski a size down from the longest length. I will say, I initially thought the 178 would feel short but it does not. If I still weighed 200+ I might want the 186, but at 185...the 178 was right.
 

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