Dynastar Cham 2.0 107 Ski Test Results 2016 ReviewSeptember 15, 2015
- Great surf and sluff-ability
- Responsive and maneuverable
- Super predictable in soft snow
- Quick turns
- Fun float
- Can skid at higher speeds
- Not for hard snow
- Need to stay balanced--can over ski the shovel
Dynastar's Cham 2.0 107 is the ultimate fall-line powder ski. It's quick and easy to turn in powder and crud conditions and has a fun floaty feel. It prefers shorter turns and loses performance on harder snow.
Dynastar redesigned its powder gobbling Cham line to improve the ski’s stability and create more contact with the snow. Thanks to a lower profile tip rocker and gradual tail rocker, it does feel like a more powerful ski with greater control in the crud and cut-up snow. One of the funner skis in this category, the 107 has a surfy float and superior sluff-ability that makes you want to butter and slarve every pillow and windblown lip you can find. It also eats up the fall-line and in chutes and tight spaces is a joy to ski.
Hit the hardpack with this ski and it does lose performance to the point where you want to ski it almost exclusively on new or softer snow. On powder days, the Cham 2.0 107 is the ultimate fall-line ski on the hill.