2023 Dynastar Speed 4x4 763 Skis with SPX 12 GW Bindings
Dynastar Speed 4x4 763 Skis with Konect SPX 12 Bindings
The Dynastar Speed 4x4 763 with Konect SPX 12 bindings is a fantastic system ski option that uses a unique construction to provide a one of a kind on-snow feel. Built on the widest chassis of all of the Speed models the 763 provides a bit of added versatility to handle a variety of snow conditions. Dynastar uses a their Hybridcore in this ski which uses a combination of wood and polyurethane. The wood provides power and the PU provides a lot of vibration damping giving the ski an energetic yet quiet feel through the turn. A Titanal laminate runs through most of the ski which adds a bit of stiffness to the flex of the ski and adds torsional stiffness for premium edge hold on firm snow. The tip and tail of the ski feature less material which lowers the swingweight of the ski and allows the extremities of the ski to flex while keeping the center of the ski fairly stout. This design feature provides forgiveness and versatility, making it a bit more user friendly than something like a race ski. This ski's profile is essentially fully cambered with maybe just a touch of early rise in the tip. This is where the ski generates a lot of its power and edge hold as you lay it into a carve on firm snow. While certainly not a powder ski, you can feel comfortable skiing a few inches of snow on a groomer with this ski thanks to the 82-millimeter waist. For intermediate to advanced skiers looking for a versatile carving ski with a good balance of power and forgiveness, the Dynastar Speed 4x4 763 with Konect SPX 12 bindings is a fantastic integrated system ski.
- Sidecut: 130/82/110 mm at 170 cm length
- Radius: 16 meters at 170 cm
- Core: Beech and Polyurethane
- Titanal laminate
- Powerdrive Sidewall
- Sintered base
- Konect SPX 12 bindings
- Ability Level: Intermediate Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers
Different skis. The 2022 DYNASTAR SPEED 963 SKIS WITH SPX 12 BINDINGS is the ski that we reviewed on the 2002 Frontside Comparison video. Its 68 mm underfoot with a slalom like 13 meter turn radius. Compare this too a much wider 82mm underfoot for the 4X4 763 with a 16mm radius which is much more front side focused for a variety of turn shapes. Unless you are looking for a beer league SL rec race ski, than the 4x4 would be ideal for a all-mountain front side carver for a large expert skier like your self.
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