Dynastar Cham W107 Women’s Skis – 2014/2015 Review

September 15, 2014
Dynastar Cham W107 Women’s Skis – 2014/2015
GEAR INSTITUTE RATINGS
85
Float
9
Sluff-ability
9
Hard Snow Performance
5
Stability
7
Forgiveness
8
Value
7

The Good

  • Loves powder
  • And the fall-line
  • Super easy to steer
  • Never gets hung up on a turn

The Bad

  • Best at moderate speeds
  • Lost marks for stability on harder snow
  • Topsheet got mixed reviews
THE VERDICT

Thie Dynastar Cham W107 is the ultimate compliment to a powder day--smooth, easy to steer, and reliable in a dreamy, no stress kind of way. Enjoy.

FULL REVIEW

An absolute powder-loving machine with an ethereal sense of control in the fall-line, Dynastar’s Cham W107 is quite simply the kind of ski you dream of riding on new snow days. The large (137mm) crud busting tip, wide waist (107mm) and slightly tapered tail (122) do wonders for the ease of turn initiation, quick edge-to-edge action, and ease of turn exit on this ski–especially any time you get more than 5″ overnight, or are lucky enough to be out on a day when new snow continues to fall.

Not surprisingly for this category, hard snow performance is not a plus, and stability got lower rankings among ex-racer types who like to treat open bowls like an off-piste World Cup downhill.

 


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MSRP
$800.00
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