2022 Dynastar M-PRO 84 Ski w/ Marker Griffon 13 ID Bindings

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Dynastar M-PRO 84 Ski with Bindings

The Dynastar M-Pro 84 skis with bindings are an excellent value and fantastic performance. For all-mountain skiers looking to spend most of their time on-trail, this setup is incredible. There's a lot to like about a mid-80's underfoot ski without metal that skis and performs well above its level. When we got a chance to ski these, I was super-impressed with their poise, quickness, and precision. Most of it comes down to the shaping of the ski, but the build (albeit simple) is incredibly important as well. Starting with a poplar wood core, the skis are pretty light and easy to use, but Dynastar adds Diago fiber, which is a carbon-based stringer that increases stiffness without adding much weight. As a result, the skis are snappy and light, but also have a fair amount of stability for what they are. The 84-mm waist is ideal for pretty much any and all front-side activities, with a bit of width for off-trail adventures. If you're the type of skier who spends most of their time on-trail but who wants something a bit wider and more rockered for off-piste skiing, this is a fantastic setup. The Dynastar M-Pro 84 skis with bindings are a fantastic killer deal for all intermediate and advanced skiers who are looking for a light and fun setup for true all-mountain skiing.


  • Sidecut: 122/84/105
  • Turn Radius: 17 meters at 177
  • Weight: 3500 Grams per Pair
  • Poplar Wood Core
  • Diago Fiber
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Ability Level: Intermediate and Advanced Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Powder 


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2022 Dynastar M-PRO 84 Ski w/ Marker Griffon 13 ID Bindings

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6’3” 185 lb aggressive advanced skier. Currently on 180 Head Kore 93 and looking for a good front-side and mogul ski. 177 or 184?
Question by: Scott on Mar 28, 2021, 9:26 PM
Length is ultimately your choice. Just understand a longer ski will provide more stability at higher speeds and more float in softer snow. A shorter ski will provide more ease of maneuverability. If you plan to ski a lot of bumps, you probably don't need to go up to the 184.

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Answer by: Matt McAlary on Apr 2, 2021, 3:50 PM

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