Dynastar High Mountain 107 Skis

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Dynastar Cham High Mountain 107 Skis 2013: The Dynastar Cham High Mountain 107 Skis are designed for breaking new trails and high alpine adventure. The Levitation Profile combined with a new, ultra-lightweight and durable wood core delivers easier touring with the Cham series’ unique blend of float, maneuverability and stability in all snow conditions. Go deeper and venture further with the reliability and versatility to float through the deepest conditions, slice down the steepest couloirs and navigate new routes for freeride adventure with the Dynastar Cham High Mountain 107 Skis.

Lining and Layers:

  • Dynastar's progressive 5-Point Sidecut features traditional sidecut underfoot with reverse sidecut in the tip and tail for excellent maneuverability on the hardpack and increased control when you're straight-lining through freshies


  • Sandwich Laminate construction gives this ski plenty of snap and durability, ensuring you and your Chams will be friends for many moons

Weather and Wind:

  • Dynastar's new Levitation Profile is comprised of a long rockered tip, classic camber underfoot, and a flat pintail for increased power and control in every snow condition imaginable


  • Full-length vertical sidewalls give you maximum bite and grip in every turn


  • Long Rocker Tip from tip through forebody delivers superior float.
  • The lightweight Paulownia super wood core with lightweight fiberglass laminate provides durability and shaves weight, so this Cham is perfect for all of your backcountry touring endeavors
  • With 107mm underfoot and the long rocker in the tip, be prepared to float over the soft stuff and carve like a boss
  • 22m @ 184cm 137/107/122

When you go to the backcountry, you're looking to charge as hard as you do on any other day, which means you need a  touring ski that's up to snuff with your high expectations. The Dynastar Cham High Mountain 107 Ski features the new Levitation Profile like the rest of the Cham family, yet incorporates a super-lightweight Paulownia wood core so it's feathery on the way up and crushes on the way down.

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Flat Pintail:the narrower, flat tail maximizes the benefits of the progressive 5-point sidecut.

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Dynastar High Mountain 107 Skis Reviews:


I have demoed both the Cham 107 and Cham 107 high mountain in the 184 as alpine skis, and found the HM ski to be very impressive. For the weight savings, very little (if any) performance is lost.
Today I got on my new HM 107s with 22 Designs Axls and found them to be an awesome ski. I have yet to tour with them, but just throwing them into and pulling them out of my roofbox, I can see how much lighter they are than all of my other pairs of skis.
I skied them in some crud, bumps, and on some (poorly groomed) groomers. They hold an edge well, yet the pintail lets the tails easily be released for a speed check, slarve, or pivoty turn.
Though these are quite a bit lighter than the ski I cross-shoped them with (the regular Cham 107), they still aren't a "lightweight" ski in comparison to skis by the likes of Dynafit, for example. This is not an issue as a resort ski, but I have a feeling for touring a bit less weight yet, would be nice.
I will update once I have some more time on the skis.

Brad Allenick at Backcountry.com on 01/05/2013

Spent a couple of weeks skiing on these skis - mostly in firmer/steeper conditions. In steep and consequential terrain they're awesome - great edge grip and stiff tail. Skin attachment is great with the flat tail, which also makes for easy kick turns. There are also holes tip and tail for the K2 style skin attachment system (or clipping a caribiner in crevasse rescue or using with a sled kit). I had much lighter skis last season, but didn't personally notice any issue on the up, and appreciated the beef on the way down. Only downside of the flat tail is I was a little more tentative sliding backwards to clear obstacles, but overall really impressed.

Steve Brain at Backcountry.com on 01/22/2013