750.00 $

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CHAM HIGH MOUNTAIN 97

The Cham High Mountain 97 features a lighter weight high-performance construction, delivering more nimble and accessible performance for all-mountain adventures or backcountry tours. Cham HM's award-winning combination of long tip rocker, 5-point sidecut, and a paulownia wood core delivers incredible power, maneuverability and float while offering a 25% weight reduction from the standard Cham construction. The unique flat/pintail design enhances tip float in the deepest snow conditions, offers instant speed control for phenomenal ease-of-use, and provides all-mountain power, tracking and stability that redefines "freeride" performance.

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Skills level
  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced
  • Expert
  • Pro
Usage
  • Groomed
  • 50%
  • Powder

Specs

Size Available 166,172,178,184
Weight 1800 g/ski
Structure 100% Fiber
Radius 16 m

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DynastarCHAM HIGH MOUNTAIN 97
 
5.0

(based on 1 review)

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5.0

Super Lightweight and Stable - Amazing

By Ted C

from Philadelphia, PA

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Pros

  • Durable
  • Good Carving Ability
  • Good Grip
  • Great Flotation
  • Lightweight

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      Comments about Dynastar CHAM HIGH MOUNTAIN 97:

      I skied this at Jackson Hole over so many types of terrain and I loved it. They turned on a dime and had a high carve turn radius. They floated on powder.

      I didn't realize how good they were until I trade these demo's in for something else and absolutely hated the other ones. Went right back and got my CHAM 97 HM's right back.

      For someone who doesn't have a whole lot of powder experience like myself but an expert when it comes to everyday crud and groomed trails I would highly recommend this.

      It did everything and the weight of the ski was perfect for turning quickly through some thick tree back bowls.

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