2022 Dynastar M-PRO 99 Ski w/ Marker Griffon 13 Bindings

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Dynastar M-Pro 99 Skis with Bindings

There's a whole lot to like about the all-new Dynastar M-Pro 99 skis with bindings. This setup is ideal for any and all conditions and terrain. If you can find it and its covered with snow, the M-Pro 99 will take you down it with supreme confidence. As a fresh build for Dynastar for this year, the M-Pro 99 starts with a poplar wood core, but Dynastar has slimmed it to the central chord of the ski. It lines the outsides with Polyurethane material in order to gain damping without the weight. This marks the start of their Hybrid Core technology. When they add the Rocket Frame titanal laminate to the top, it makes the ski blast off with power. This metal layer is ideal for all-mountain skiing because it keeps the forebody and the tips of the skis on the more flexible side while stiffening the underfoot and tail portions of the ski. As a result, turns are super-easy to start and extremely energetic on the finish. With a smaller tapered shape than the older versions in this range, the M-Pro 99 has a more versatile shape in terms of how and why you want to make them go. The longer radius is ideal for both along and short turns and it's quite impressive how fun they are in bumps and trees as it seems like the skis have eyes of their own and want to direct you through the intended path.


  • Sidecut: 127/99/117
  • Turn Radius: 22 meters at 186 cm length
  • Poplar Wood Core
  • Polyurethane Hybrid Core
  • Rocket Frame Titanal Laminate
  • Tip and Tail Rocker
  • Weight: 2000 Grams Per Ski
  • Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Powder 


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2022 Dynastar M-PRO 99 Ski w/ Marker Griffon 13 Bindings

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I'm looking for some recommendations for an all mountain skis. I'm 50 years old, 5-10" and 195 lbs. I usually ski Ohio ice and currently have Salomon S-Force Bold 177 cm and Dynastar Legend 88 173 cm. This past March I took a trip to SLC and skied Brighton, Deer Valley, Snowbasin and Snowbird. We had three days with 8 - 12" of powder and I struggled a bit on my Dynastar Legends. I'm looking to get something longer and wider for for my future trips out west. I do enjoy ripping up groomers, but I also want something that will float in powder and handle the crud after it is skied up. I also really enjoyed the tree skiing at Brighton as well. I was considering Dynastar M-Pro 99, Nordica Enforcer 100, Armada Declivity 102. Are there any other skis I should be considering?
Question by: Joel Cochran on Jun 1, 2022, 9:26 PM
Hi Joel!
You're in the right zone for sure. There's a lot to like about that range of skis in the ~100 mm width. If you like the overall feel of the Dynastar but want the wider, I think the 99 is a fantastic option. I'd look to the 179 in that ski if you go that route. Other than those three, we've had very positive experiences on the Salomon Stance 102 and Atomic Maverick 100 Ti. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert (Admin) on Jun 17, 2022, 4:45 PM

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