Similar to the Dynastar Cham 97, the ultralight Cham High Mountain 97 Ski would be considered the hardcore cousin who doesn't believe in chairlifts or trams. You may mock the high-mindedness, but you know cousin gets deep, untracked, pristine, crowd-free, face-shot-spewing runs. Don't get mad; get out.
|Flat Pintail:||the narrower, flat tail maximizes the benefits of the progressive 5-point sidecut.|
|Dynastar High Mountain 87 Skis||$454.97 - $535.90|
|Dynastar High Mountain 107 Skis||$520.00 - $699.95|
This are a great all-around ski. Enough side cut to carve great turns on groomers, yet wide enough for all but the deepest powder days, all in a light weight package for BC days. Use them 50/50 resort/BC as they are my only alpine setup and they work great in both. Scarpa Pegasus Boots: A great BC boot at a price that does not break the bank. Good width in the boot, as I have at least 13EE sized feet and these have been comfortable without and extra boot work(heat molding/blowing out any areas). Not super stiff so very comfortable all day, but not going to make any world cup carves on the groomers however. Overall I have been very happy with these boots. Marker F12 Bindings: Very happy with this binding set-up, used on my only alpine set-up that sees 50/50 BC and resort use. They have been plenty strong in bounds(6?4? 210lbs) yet a very versatile light BC setup .
These boards, combined with the TLT Radical FT Bindings, make the most insane, one quiver, Shasta dominating BC set up imaginable.