Testing skis so you don't have to.
Pugski Ski Tester
- Mar 5, 2017
Philpug: I hate when I have preconceived thoughts that are complete misses. I didn't say publicly that the ski would be a miss, but I did think to myself, “Jeez, another Dynastar with a long-rise tip .…” Well, yes, the M-Pro does have a Cyrano de Bergerac nose, but the construction and the way the ski sticks to the snow is like no other Dynastar in this class since what feels like forever. It feels like a hard-snow Speed Zone with a tip that brings it out of a turn easily. It is fun ski, one of the few I took out for a second run -- not because I needed to figure it out, but because I wanted to ski it some more (aka sometimes crow tastes good enough for a second helping).
- Insider tip: Don’t get hung up on the published numbers; this ski will make whatever turn shape you ask of it.
- Who is it for?
- Skiers who like a connection to the snow, who put a ski on edge and expect a certain turn.
- Who is it not for?
- Those who look at their tips (you should be looking down the hill, anyway).
- Skier ability
- Advanced, Expert
- Ski category
- Frontside, All Mountain
- Ski attributes
- Groomers, Moguls, Off Piste