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Dynastar M-Pro 90 Ski Test

Buyer's Guide, Ski Test // October 20, 2020 // By

SKI TEST 2021 * ALL-MOUNTAIN * EDITORS’ CHOICE

DYNASTAR M-PRO 90

BEST FOR: Advanced skiers looking for a versatile weapon.

 Testers unanimously praised the 90mm version of the M-Pro. Generous tip rocker and a predictable, smooth flex made it easy to turn at any speed. A full width of metal under the binding helped it bite into groomers. Lots of metal in the tail added stiffness and carvability. Some testers complained it felt clunky in the bumps, but on hardpack it held like a knife and launched into the next turn with energy. Dynastar built the M-Pro with poplar wood for pop, polyurethane for vibration absorption, and a rocket-shaped sheet of Titanal that’s widest underfoot and tapers to a point as it launches toward the tip. “Very smooth, responsive and easy to transition from short to long turns,” said Chris Grover. “Big sweet spot makes it a great all-mountain ski for intermediate to advanced skiers.”

LENGTHS: 162, 170, 178, 186

DIMENSIONS: 120/90/110 @ 178

RADIUS: 18 @ 178

OTHER MODELS: 84, 99

SUGGESTED RETAIL: $600

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Dynastar M-Pro 90 Ski Test

Buyer's Guide, Ski Test // // By


SKI TEST 2021 * ALL-MOUNTAIN * EDITORS’ CHOICE

DYNASTAR M-PRO 90

BEST FOR: Advanced skiers looking for a versatile weapon.

 Testers unanimously praised the 90mm version of the M-Pro. Generous tip rocker and a predictable, smooth flex made it easy to turn at any speed. A full width of metal under the binding helped it bite into groomers. Lots of metal in the tail added stiffness and carvability. Some testers complained it felt clunky in the bumps, but on hardpack it held like a knife and launched into the next turn with energy. Dynastar built the M-Pro with poplar wood for pop, polyurethane for vibration absorption, and a rocket-shaped sheet of Titanal that’s widest underfoot and tapers to a point as it launches toward the tip. “Very smooth, responsive and easy to transition from short to long turns,” said Chris Grover. “Big sweet spot makes it a great all-mountain ski for intermediate to advanced skiers.”

LENGTHS: 162, 170, 178, 186

DIMENSIONS: 120/90/110 @ 178

RADIUS: 18 @ 178

OTHER MODELS: 84, 99

SUGGESTED RETAIL: $600

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