2022 Dynastar M-PRO 99 Ski
Dynastar M-Pro 99 Skis
All-mountain fun has never been so enjoyable. The all-new Dynastar M-Pro 99 sits right in that wider all-mountain category that is pretty much ideal for any and all conditions and terrain. From early-morning groomers to late-day crud, the M-Pro 99 is a fantastic ski with a can-do attitude. With a more modern shape than its Legend and Cham predecessors, the skis are more than capable of laying down some serious arcs as well as sliding your way down some sketchy couloirs. Thanks to the all-new build, the M-Pro 99 is a ton of fun up front and has a burly backside to get you some serious carving power. Starting with a poplar wood core, Dynastar adds Polyurethane to the sides of the wood in order to give the ski a remarkably damp feel at a light weight. Wrapped in fiberglass, this makes a great place to build a ski. On top of that layer is the Rocket Frame titanal layer that really boosts performance and takes the ski to a different planet. Narrow in the forebody, edge to edge underfoot, and wider in the tail, this laminate keeps the ski playful up front and stiff and business-like in the rear. For most skiers who are looking for a fun and easy entry to the turn but a strong and confident finish to the carve. They float well above their stated width, mostly due to the softer and lighter tips that really point their way down the hill in any and all snow types.
- 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
All-Mountain • Groomers • Powder
if you are a Dynastar enthusiast (Like may of us are) then you will love the M- Pro 99. It does everything extremely well and is a great bump ski. Light, lively and energetic, you can ski at a variety of speeds and do any turn shape. Also a great floater on powder for a 99mm waisted ski.
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I'm 6'2 220 and a fairly aggressive skier, and I was right at home on the 186. I suppose for an intermediate and advanced skier a bit shorter, the 178 would be the proper choice unless you know you like a longer ski. Great skis! I had an absolute blast on them.
at the moment I am looking to get a touring ski, which will be used mostly backcountry with soft snow sometimes some icey areas and only few times on the slope. I already have a big playful powder ski and a carving ski. Living in the centre of the alps I ski few times a week and have a lot of experience. Still it is really hard to decide even though reading you comments. I will get the shift to have all the possibilities but with the right ski I am still not too sure. Also would be nice to use it on crappy snow conditions at a ski resort to get around. I have these in mind: Fr 102, Rustler, M-Pro, declivity. The stance gets out of my prince range but was also in the game. Do you think you can give me some advice and maybe are able to easy narrow down my choice.
The M-Pro, Rustler, and Declivity are a bit heavier and sturdier than the Ranger, and of those, I'd say the Declivity has more of a true alpine personality. The Rustler is a pretty close second in that arena, while the Ranger stands more by itself with the 50/50 nature of the ski. I'd put a shift on that ski, but would hesitate for the others. You really have four outstanding choices there, and will be happy with any, but if you're looking for a bit more playful, freeride, and light weight feel, the Ranger is hard to beat. Have fun!
Both skis are great choice for a daily driver for your area. The Stormrider will provide excellent edge grip with a damp precise feel that only Stockli is known for and its new Freeride tip shape provides even better flotation and surfyness than previous models. The M-Pro-99 is also a very capable carver and floater and a great go anywhere, do anything free ride ski. Its lighter than the Stockli too if you are looking for lighter over all swing weight. Although the Stockli is more expensive and slightly narrower, its hard to pick another ski above a Stockli due to its hand made build and use of technologies that no one else currently employs. You cant go wrong with either one, but we would give the Stockli a slight edge as it has feel and responsiveness to the skier input like no other.
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Because this ski is not a twin tip and has a squared off tail, we recommend mounting at the factory suggested mounting point. This way you will get the full engagement of the tip and tail of the ski.
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The Bonafide will certainly be the faster of the two with how heavy that ski is but the m-pro 99 will be the more playful. I would say its going to come down to if you want the heavier faster Bonafide or the playful surfy feel of the M-pro. I would recommend the Bonafide if you are hunting for speed and edge grip.