Dynastar M-Cross 88

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Dynastar M-Cross 88 ski test
Dynastar M-Cross 88 ski


159, 168, 176, 184


135-88-117 @ 176


14m @ 176

Best for:

Intermediate and advanced skiers who want a daily driver, all-mountain ski to help them improve.

Compare with:

Rossignol Experience 86 Basalt, Elan Wingman 86Ti, Völkl Kendo 88

 We tested two models of the M-Cross, the 88 and the 78, and a wide range of testers loved them both. “Amazing all-around, every-day ski for any condition,” was Mark Arsenault’s enthusiastic endorsement of the 88. The three-ski M-Cross family is a hybrid of Dynastar’s more freeride-oriented M-series and on-piste Speed series. The M-Cross line uses a Hybrid Core 2.0, which layers wood in three different alignments: vertically, horizontally from tip to tail, and transverse (edge to edge). Dynastar says the design reduces the amount of wood and glue used without impacting performance. Both models were fun to ride in all terrain, snow conditions and turn shapes. “An ultra-easy off-piste ski, but simple to carve at the same time,” noted Chris Grover of the 88. “Fantastic ski.” 

Ryan Stuart
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