Dynafit Stoke Ski

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Dynafit Stoke Ski -
Dynafit Stoke Skis: This is the spirit of North American ski mountaineers before a thrilling descent. The Stoke was developed together with our Canadian friend and professional ski mountaineer Greg Hill from (Revel)stoke, BC, specifically for just such descents. Thanks to the combination of the flexible Semi-Rocker shovel and the sidewall construction, the Stoke is great for both powder snow and more challenging terrain. This ski is extraordinarily lightweight and unbelievably smooth on every turn, thanks to the revolutionary technology used to build the core with bamboo and beech. The Stoke will win over ski mountaineers who enjoy tackling untracked descents. And to ensure perfect ski-skin integration, a new top-quality metal tip has been integrated into the ski and a new attachment has been developed for the tail. The Stoke is fitted with the patented Dynafit Insert system.
164 | 173 | 182 | 191.
128-104-118 | 129-105-119 | 130-106-120 | 134-108-122.
31,1/16,8 | 34,5/20,1 | 37,6/23,2 | 24,8/ 40,0.
Weight (g):
1470 | 1550 | 1645 | 1780.
Field of use:
Core construction.
Isocore Paulownia Ultralight wood with stringers in beech and bamboo.
Biaxial prepreg in lower and upper layer with fiberglass d carbon reinforcement.
Running surface.
Sintered graphite coatings – more resistant, with improved gliding characteristics and better wax resorption.
SkiTouring-specific rockered tip construction with different characteristics specific to each ski length.


  • The Stoke is fitted with the patented Dynafit Insert system


  • Semi-Rocker shovel enhances deep snow performance on the way up as well as the way down


  • Made in Austria


  • Full vertical sidewalls for added durability
  • Bamboo and beech core with raised stringers for outstanding torsional strength and vibration dampening
  • Metal-reinforced tip and tail for perfect integration with climbing skins
  • Developed in consultation with professional ski mountaineer Greg Hill
  • Scoop Rocker tip profile features a rockered tip and camber underfoot
  • Isocore Paulownia wood core with beech and bamboo stringers is light, strong, and provides just enough stiffness in the mid ski flex to handle more than just powder
From long-approach tours to slack country slayage, Dynafit’s new carbon-reinforced, bamboo core Stoke Ski offers up shreddy, smeary radness—minus the weight its girthy profile would normally suggest. The Stoke’s early-rise tip enables quick and smooth-as-butter turn initiation, and eliminates the high-step routine while stomping out skin tracks in fresh deepness. The combination of paulownia, bamboo, carbon, and fiberglass in the Stoke’s construction creates a super stable surf platform, but saves you a few yo-yo laps worth of energy with its strategic use of materials. The Stoke’s metal-reinforced tip and tail put your skins on lockdown, and increase the ski’s life.

Oregon Mountain Community
A quiver of one for the lucky ones, the Dynafit Stoke was designed for professional ski mountaineer Greg Hill from (Revel)stoke, BC, specifically just for powder days that are described with the word big. Big vertical, big approach, big lines, big snow dump, big...stoke. Light, wide, and powerful, the rest of us will see this as a ski to add to our quiver. Because some days, you know you will go big.

Sierra Trading Post
Dynafit's Stoke alpine skis are an exceptional deep powder performer, with a smooth-turning design and stable wood core suitable for use in ski mountaineering environments.
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Material:Fiberglass topsheet, beech and bamboo core, sintered graphite-coated base
Weight:13 lb. 2 oz.
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Dynafit Stoke Ski Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

First used these skis last weekend on a 4 day North Cascades yurt trip. The Stokes handled everything from crappy crust and variable snow for the first day, through some great powder skiing conditions as 27cm of new snow fell. I've got a pair of Manaslu's and while I like the light weight, they were always a compromise in tricky snow. The Stokes power better through all of this, and are still pretty light. In both cases I appreciate the Dynafit Speedskins - they attach well and are easy to transition to downhill without taking the skis off due to the tip rather than tail attchment. I'm 6' / 200lbs and found the 192cm Stokes a great length.

Steve Brain at Backcountry.com on 02/05/2011

These are my go to deep powder ski when I want to get into the backcountry and not bring the kitchen sink. I'm 5'10, 154lb and ski the 173s. They have been great all season. Not the best for hard pack or crust but in the Wasatch I tend not to ski too much of that as is. They are paired with some Stoke Speedskins, FT12s and Titans.

Arthur Debowski at Backcountry.com on 07/13/2011

Have had many days this winter on the the stokes, moutned with the FT 12 bindings. Super light weight combo. They have held up well from the steep and deep to the ice of the North East. A Light weight and responsive ski. Overall I am pleased with my purchase.

Matt Wimmer at Backcountry.com on 05/02/2011

Neutral Reviews:

I have had quite a few clients on these skis this winter, but have seen at least 3 pair where the inserts have failed resulting in loose bindings not staying on in the field. Be warned about the inserts! Seems like this is a good touring ski for light people with light boots, I have noticed good strong skiers, with heavier boots easily over powering this ski, but if you have some light TLT 5s to match up, and want to slay endless pow and nothing else, this could be a good option.

Evan Stevens at Backcountry.com on 04/27/2011

The weight is right and it isn't a super fat ski so it makes a great touring ski. But it is already a little dated technology and was on release. Not enough rocker imo. Also typical of Dynafit not a lot of side cut either which can be a good thing. Check out Dynafits newest offerings if this one interests you.

Dane at Backcountry.com on 03/20/2013