2022 Dynastar M-Free 99 Ski

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Dynastar M-Free 99 Skis

The Dynastar M-Free 99 is a fantastic option for aggressive all mountain skiers with playful tendencies. This ski has changed quite a bit relative to its predecessor, the Menace 98. First and foremost, the construction of the core changed to a Poplar and Polyurethane blend which helps keep the weight down without sacrificing stability and an energetic feel. The Poplar runs centrally through the length of the ski while the lower density polyurethane sits around the edges of the core. As a result, you get a fairly damp and quiet feel, but the ski still provides a lot of liveliness and responsiveness. A twin tip shape and twin rocker profile make this ski a great option for freestyle-oriented rider that wants an all-mountain ski they can still play around on. 60% of the ski is comprised of fairly high-rise camber which helps provide solid edge hold on groomers and a lot of pop for jumping around. The substantial splay of the twin rocker profile makes the M-Free 99 incredibly easy to release and ultimately very intuitive. This gives it a nice surfy feel in softer snow and makes tree skiing that much easier as you don't have to put a lot of work into this ski to get it to do what you want. A fairly symmetrical shape allows for the ability to experiment with different mount points on the ski relative to the recommended mount point, so if you prefer a bit more tail for whatever reason, there is certainly enough real estate to work with forward of the recommended line. Playful skiers looking for an all-mountain twin tip or skiers looking for a maneuverable ski to take them anywhere on the mountain will love the performance of the Dynastar M-Free 99.

Features:

  • Sidecut: 128/99/120
  • Radius: 17 meters
  • Core: Polar and polyurethane
  • Fiberglass Laminate
  • Rocker Camber Rocker
  • Twin Tip
  • Tapered Tip and Tail
  • Ability level: Advanced to expert level skiers

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How these compare to the 2019 Line Francis Bacon in terms of flex, edge grip, quickness, etc. ? Thanks. Would like to find a narrower, a little stiffer in the tail, quicker ski than the SFB. Tried the Rustler 9, but found them a little too stiff for telemark. Cheers !
Question by: GO22ELIN on Jan 28, 2022, 7:07 AM
Hello jean,

The 19 Bacon would certainly be a lot softer in flex and wider underfoot and would not have the same edge grip as the M-Pro 99. The 99 has metal its core, but is not as much as the Rustler 9 has and certainly not as stiff. The M- pro 99 is a light, lively, and very quick edge to edge ski with powerful tail and a softer tip. A unique rocker profile in the tip also makes it a good floater in pow and soft snow. This would make a fine tele ski.

Have fun!

SE

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 28, 2022, 9:38 AM
Whats your take on comparing the MFree 99 in 179 cm to Rossi Holyshred in 172 or 182? I am a 50 yo advanced E Coast skiier currently skiing Liberty Origin 90. I ski groomers the most, but also bumps, trees, and mini terrain park features. Looking for a fun ski that can handle variable conditions as well. Also considering Samolon QST, Black Crows Camox. Thanks!
Question by: Darren on Apr 12, 2022, 10:24 AM
Hi Darren!

The M-Free has a more rockered profile and is a little softer than the Holyshred so they are a more playful overall. This does affect the hardpack and groomer performance so you might notice chattering in the tips and some instability at high speeds. The Holyshred on the other hand is stiffer and has a longer effective edge so you'll get better performance on groomers and hardpack but it'll be a little more work in bumps and trees. For a more freeride feel the M-Free will be the ski to go with and for better groomer performance the Holyshred will be the better ski of the two.

SE
Answer by: Chris McClelland on Apr 13, 2022, 12:07 PM

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