2020 Dynastar Speed Team SL (R20 Pro) Skis

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2020 Dynastar Speed Team SL (R20 Pro) Skis

Junior racers will love the precision and stiffness from the Dynastar Speed Team SL skis with the R20 plate. With pre-drilled holes and a 20 mm stand height, these things are ready to get you on top of the podium. Ski racing is a tricky sport, and it's magnified in the more technical disciplines. The margin of victory is so slight in these events, that everything truly matters. When your skis are dialed and you're ready to take off from the start gate, the last thing you want to worry about is your gear. Dynastar has got you covered in that regard with the Dynastar Speed Team SL skis. Built with a rectangular minicap sandwich and a titanal structure developed by Dynastar's race department, the Speed Team SL has power to spare, so you better be ready to make some lightning-quick turns. Slalom is all about balance and timing, and having your skis line up with your size and your ability level is of the utmost importance. Designed and built with progressive flex technology, the skis are meant for athletes in the U10 to the U16 range and are shaped according to the year's FIS standards. As a result, you'll be on the same type of stuff that your heroes are on, and you'll feel like you're part of the team. Skiers looking to take their racing to the next level will love the all-around precision and performance from the Dynastar Speed Team SL R20 Pro skis.

Features:

  • AVAILABLE SIZES, 128, 135, 142, 149
  • TIP WIDTH (MM), 112, 113, 114, 115
  • WAIST SIZE (MM), 65, 65, 65, 65
  • TAIL DIMENSION (MM), 98, 98, 99, 100
  • RADIUS (M), 8, 9, 10, 11
  • R20 Pro Plate
  • Ability Level: Junior Racers

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2020 Dynastar Speed Team SL (R20 Pro) Skis
Hi, do these come with bindings?
Question by: Dariela Myers on Mar 22, 2021, 8:22 PM
These 2020 Dynastar Speed Team SL (R20 Pro) Skisdo not include bindings. The Race plate is Look branded and will receive most Look and Rossignol bindings.
Answer by: Pat Kerwawycz on Mar 26, 2021, 2:36 PM
For my advanced front and backside soon to be 12 yr old son 4’8-9” 79 lb this would be his first SL ski and Not sure if 135 or 128 is rt length Because SL skis should be shorter rt? Last April he started on 138 jr mantras that we’re slightly long for him but had fluid motion on and off piste that I think will be his good all Mt this season. Thanks for answering this ski length question and more general what should He expect with these slalom skis in occasional off piste making his way around resort? Wondering how easy to catch an edge off groomer. He will not be actually racing on a team just wants the experience of that responsiveness of a slalom ski and not get stuck in backside fat skis forever. Ok so there is all this and then wondering about getting him a little shorter ski he can do some park with and maneuver better in trees that would somehow double as a really great carving ski. I know that’s a a tall order for one ski. Would like him to start the season on shorter ski in trees in particular for maneuverability. Thanks!!!!Craig
Question by: Craig Schlarb on Oct 28, 2021, 10:28 PM
Hi Craig, Thanks for reaching out. The SL ski is going to be a very directional ski, meaning its meant for carving and really carving only. Its going to be stiff and help him improve his carving but will not be that much fun in bumps and trees. That being said, getting a shorter length than his Mantras, he will be able to maneuver them easier which could make skiing in the trees easier but the stiff tail will not be as easy to release as the mantras tail rocker. I would recommend the 128 if he really wants to be able to use it everywhere. The Mantra Junior is going to better for the park though. Hope this helps, SE
Answer by: Alli R on Oct 29, 2021, 10:36 AM

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