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  1. #126
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    Anyone heard anything about new airbags?

  2. #127
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesbrother49 View Post
    Alrighty guys, here's the details on the new Dynastar MLine:
    MPro: directional, metal laminates, shape inspired by the Pro Rider 105 but with a touch of early rise. MPro 90, 99, and 105 (105 is the current Pro Rider with a new graphic, 192 only just like this year)
    MFree: progressive, twin, shape inspired by the current Proto. MFree 108, 118
    MTour: lightweight touring options using the MPro shape. MTour 99, 88.
    They all use a new "hybrid core" which has been used in the Speed Zone skis, basically a PU milled composite with Poplar core. Very connected and smooth on snow feel.
    Whole line was designed with the simple intention of choosing your model based on your ski style, and also how clean the Lange line has been (RS-technical/on trail, RX/LX-all mountain, XT: Tour) for shops to understand and sell.
    Looks like I want a MFree 108 and a MPro 90.

    Are they going to sell the MPro105 in the US or it will it be a EU only option like the current Pro Rider?
    For Sale:


    FKS Race 185 w/115 Brake in Black and Gold

    Dynastar Legend Factory 115 mounted 1x for 306mm Look Pivot

    Salomon Ghost 130 (Orange and Black Model Year) 26.5

    POC Auric Cut BC Spin XL

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...ore?highlight=

    If you're in the Northeast and would like to borrow some Jigarex Plates I have:

    Rossi/Look plates
    Salomon Warden 13 plates
    Marker Kingpin Plates

  3. #128
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyskirat View Post
    Are they going to sell the MPro105 in the US or it will it be a EU only option like the current Pro Rider?
    I was going to ask the same question

  4. #129
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    Lengths:
    MPro 105: 192 (yes, will be available in the US, limited like this year)
    MPro 99: 170, 178, 186
    MPro 90: 170, 178, 186
    MFree 118: 180, 189
    MFree 108: 172, 182, 192
    MTour 99: 162, 170, 178, 186
    Mtour 88: 156, 164, 172, 180
    "He thinks the carpet pissers did this?"

  5. #130
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    So no more legend series above the 88x, if at all, I assume?

    Is the MTour going to be just a lighter version of the MPro or will it be an entirely different ski?

    That MFree 108 is mighty appealing in a 192. Same with the MTour 99 and MPRo 90
    For Sale:


    FKS Race 185 w/115 Brake in Black and Gold

    Dynastar Legend Factory 115 mounted 1x for 306mm Look Pivot

    Salomon Ghost 130 (Orange and Black Model Year) 26.5

    POC Auric Cut BC Spin XL

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...ore?highlight=

    If you're in the Northeast and would like to borrow some Jigarex Plates I have:

    Rossi/Look plates
    Salomon Warden 13 plates
    Marker Kingpin Plates

  6. #131
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyskirat View Post
    So no more legend series above the 88x, if at all, I assume?

    Is the MTour going to be just a lighter version of the MPro or will it be an entirely different ski?

    That MFree 108 is mighty appealing in a 192. Same with the MTour 99 and MPRo 90
    Any turn radius info?

  7. #132
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    Turn radius on MTour 99?

    Also reupping my request for info on F20 Mammut airbags, if anyone has seen that catalog.
    Quote Originally Posted by Norseman View Post
    All ye punterz! Leave thine stupid heavy skis in the past, or at least in the resort category, for the age of lightweight pussy sticks is upon us! Behold! Keep up with the randocommandos on their carbon blades of shortness! Break thine tibias into spiral splinters with pintech extravagance!

  8. #133
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesbrother49 View Post
    Lengths:
    MPro 105: 192 (yes, will be available in the US, limited like this year)
    MPro 99: 170, 178, 186
    MPro 90: 170, 178, 186
    MFree 118: 180, 189
    MFree 108: 172, 182, 192
    MTour 99: 162, 170, 178, 186
    Mtour 88: 156, 164, 172, 180
    Will you be doing another preorder round of the LP105 like last year then?

  9. #134
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    No more Legend, no more 5 point, totally new. Think Pro Rider for the MPro, Proto for the MFree as far as shape. MTour is same as MPro, just lighter.
    Radius
    MPro 99 186-22m, MPro 90 186-20m
    MFree 108 192- 20m
    Smaller radius for the smaller lengths, obviously.
    "He thinks the carpet pissers did this?"

  10. #135
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    2020-2021 Gear Rumors / Pictures etc

    Thatís too bad on the no more 5 point. Was really hoping for a MPro x106. Metal, higher turn radius. The. X106 is such a fun ski but a beefy one would have been amazing.
    Last edited by 2FUNKY; 01-14-2020 at 10:52 AM.

  11. #136
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    M-pro 99 seems like the ski I've been wanting for quite a while. A bit bummed there's no 108 or 116 version but I'm sure if this line does well there will be more

  12. #137
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesbrother49 View Post
    No more Legend, no more 5 point, totally new. Think Pro Rider for the MPro, Proto for the MFree as far as shape. MTour is same as MPro, just lighter.
    Radius
    MPro 99 186-22m, MPro 90 186-20m
    MFree 108 192- 20m
    Smaller radius for the smaller lengths, obviously.
    Hnnnhhhhhh those all sound amazing.

    Perhaps 3 new skis coming in next year....

    MPro90 186 w/ CAST
    MFree 108 192 w/ CAST
    MTour 99 178 w/tech binder for longer missions.

    That'll make it a Dynastar-heavy quiver...

    2x LP105s, 1x Proto Factory, 1x MPro 90, 1x LFree 108, 1x LTour 99

    Will the MPro across the board have metal in them as well?
    For Sale:


    FKS Race 185 w/115 Brake in Black and Gold

    Dynastar Legend Factory 115 mounted 1x for 306mm Look Pivot

    Salomon Ghost 130 (Orange and Black Model Year) 26.5

    POC Auric Cut BC Spin XL

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...ore?highlight=

    If you're in the Northeast and would like to borrow some Jigarex Plates I have:

    Rossi/Look plates
    Salomon Warden 13 plates
    Marker Kingpin Plates

  13. #138
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyskirat View Post
    Hnnnhhhhhh those all sound amazing.

    Perhaps 3 new skis coming in next year....

    MPro90 186 w/ CAST
    MFree 108 192 w/ CAST
    MTour 99 178 w/tech binder for longer missions.

    That'll make it a Dynastar-heavy quiver...

    2x LP105s, 1x Proto Factory, 1x MPro 90, 1x LFree 108, 1x LTour 99

    Will the MPro across the board have metal in them as well?
    Yes, from what i've heard: mpro = metal, mfree = glass, mtour = carbon.

  14. #139
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    jackattack and I will both have 192 M-free 108 available for maggot pleasure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluesbrother49 View Post
    Alrighty guys, here's the details on the new Dynastar MLine:
    MPro: directional, metal laminates, shape inspired by the Pro Rider 105 but with a touch of early rise. MPro 90, 99, and 105 (105 is the current Pro Rider with a new graphic, 192 only just like this year)
    MFree: progressive, twin, shape inspired by the current Proto. MFree 108, 118
    MTour: lightweight touring options using the MPro shape. MTour 99, 88.
    They all use a new "hybrid core" which has been used in the Speed Zone skis, basically a PU milled composite with Poplar core. Very connected and smooth on snow feel.
    Whole line was designed with the simple intention of choosing your model based on your ski style, and also how clean the Lange line has been (RS-technical/on trail, RX/LX-all mountain, XT: Tour) for shops to understand and sell.
    Quote Originally Posted by bluesbrother49 View Post
    Lengths:
    MPro 105: 192 (yes, will be available in the US, limited like this year)
    MPro 99: 170, 178, 186
    MPro 90: 170, 178, 186
    MFree 118: 180, 189
    MFree 108: 172, 182, 192
    MTour 99: 162, 170, 178, 186
    Mtour 88: 156, 164, 172, 180
    Quote Originally Posted by bluesbrother49 View Post
    No more Legend, no more 5 point, totally new. Think Pro Rider for the MPro, Proto for the MFree as far as shape. MTour is same as MPro, just lighter.
    Radius
    MPro 99 186-22m, MPro 90 186-20m
    MFree 108 192- 20m
    Smaller radius for the smaller lengths, obviously.
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  16. #141
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    Impressive collection from Dynastar, lean but sensible.

  17. #142
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    I think folks will be pretty impressed with the M-Pro 99. I skied an iteration in the 178 and was pretty stoked on it. Iíd articulate it as a modernized Legend Pro: rocker and taper in the tip; evolved construction, but still damp, stable and smooths out the crud.

    The PU hybrid core is pretty noticeable.

  18. #143
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    Iím in for a preorder 105....


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  19. #144
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    Since we have the right peeps chiming in...how about the Lange XT3? Have they managed to beef up the spine and give it more rearward (and forward) support? I wouldn't mind if it gained some weight.

  20. #145
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    Quote Originally Posted by XavierD View Post
    I think folks will be pretty impressed with the M-Pro 99. I skied an iteration in the 178 and was pretty stoked on it. I’d articulate it as a modernized Legend Pro: rocker and taper in the tip; evolved construction, but still damp, stable and smooths out the crud.

    The PU hybrid core is pretty noticeable.
    I'm excited for it. I love my LP105s but sometimes I don't want to be strapped for a ballistic missile.
    For Sale:


    FKS Race 185 w/115 Brake in Black and Gold

    Dynastar Legend Factory 115 mounted 1x for 306mm Look Pivot

    Salomon Ghost 130 (Orange and Black Model Year) 26.5

    POC Auric Cut BC Spin XL

    https://www.tetongravity.com/forums/...ore?highlight=

    If you're in the Northeast and would like to borrow some Jigarex Plates I have:

    Rossi/Look plates
    Salomon Warden 13 plates
    Marker Kingpin Plates

  21. #146
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    Quote Originally Posted by nyskirat View Post
    I'm excited for it. I love my LP105s but sometimes I don't want to be strapped for a ballistic missile.
    this...

    Found this French ski shops Facebook page, they have some nice videos of the new Dynastar skis. https://www.facebook.com/pg/labausport/videos/

  22. #147
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    Quote Originally Posted by noparking View Post
    anyone know of a change coming to the tecnica zero g shell? damn near the only touring boot that fits my foot and was going to pick up another pair to throw in the closet if they plan on changing it.
    Heard from a Tecnica athlete no changes to the Zero G Pro Tour, Scout, etc. any time soon. But next tradeshow season Tecnica will drop a <1kg segment AT boot. Which I'm stoked on considering they made the ZGTP less than 100g heavier than a TLT6M...
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

  23. #148
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorCalNomad View Post
    (sorry I'm too lazy to screen cap)
    As is the Scarpa F1 LT
    990g
    Very first glace:
    -EXACT same clog/ lower as the Alien RS, so BOA waiting to blow up
    -Same walk mode lever (but not the all in one action as the RS)
    -Cuff is a "beefier" version of the RS (external skeleton reinforcement look)
    -F1 strap and a wimpy looking "power strap"

    That Avametrix AvyScanner Avalanche Predictor device though ... not sure what to think about that. Hopefully it's overly conservative and scares people out of the BC ...along with saving lives

    Also again OR is giving out awards for "innovation" on stuff that's either been done before or is just a small step forward. Don't let anyone tell you that $ can't get you an ISPO or OR award.
    RS clog, with some tweaks to make it a bit more roomy. Walk mode lever is very beefy and as you note not single-motion.

  24. #149
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    No 105 in a 184 to 186? The 108 is a twin? Shame.

    That Salomon boot looks really damn nice. Almost like that Fischer Ranger 130. Maybe it does have some good ramp angle? Is that an Alpine sole block?
    Sorry, I can't change 30 years of muscle memory. I'm weird like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stuckathuntermtn View Post
    Just an uneducated guess.

  25. #150
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    Quote Originally Posted by trogdortheburninator View Post
    RS clog, with some tweaks to make it a bit more roomy. Walk mode lever is very beefy and as you note not single-motion.
    Hope they put some better loctite on the nut and bolt that acts as the pivot for the walk lever. A buddies fell out up on Shasta, the heavy ass baling wire and Skeletool I keep in my repair kit finally came in handy! Especially since the F1 won't have the dyneema cord to act as a leash if the bolt comes out.
    TLDR; Ski faster. Quit breathing. Don't crash.

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