2022 Dynastar M-PRO 84 Ski
Dynastar M-PRO 84 Skis
The Dynastar M-Pro 84 skis are a fantastic choice for intermediate and advanced skiers who are looking to cruise the whole mountain with a bit of adventure built in. For years, the Dynastar Legend series has dominated their all-mountain spectrum, and the M-Pro picks up where those left off. Thanks to the simplicity and efficiency of the build, the skis have more than enough quickness and stability to satisfy even the most demanding of skiers, while the fun-loving shaping of the skis is perfect for versatility and easy turning. At 84 mm underfoot, these skis are on that border, blurring the lines between front side and all-mountain skiing, and it's this type of versatility and changeability that allows the M-Pro 84 to accommodate a wide range of skiers and skier types. I'm a pretty big skier, and when I got on these, I did not feel like they lacked power or energy in the least. I was very surprised at how well they performed, especially for a ski without metal. They use their poplar wood core to do most of the work, they also are using diago fiber to stiffen the ski without adding much weight-it's kind of a knock-off of carbon fiber, but still does a very nice job, especially for the value you're getting with these skis. Ideally suited for intermediate to advanced skiers, the M-Pro 84 loves steeps, bumps, and trees, just not at totally top speed. But that's most skiers out there, so that's a good thing.
- 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
All-Mountain • Groomers • Powder
The Experience makes cleaner, rounder turns as it has a shorter radius, while the M-Pro requires more skier input and feedback to make the same shape turns. This makes the M-Pro a bit more versatile, as it's better in the trees and bumps because it doesn't get locked into the turn as easy as the Experience. Have fun!
If you wanted to maintain some versatility for powder days I would go with the longer 170. The skis are very maneuverable already so you don't actually lose much with the longer ski and you pick up a considerable amount of performance in powder.