We’ve updated the gear wiki to add or update the following Dynafit skis
http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Gear/Dynafit-DNA-Race - Dynafit’s return to its roots in ski racing
http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Gear/Dynafit-Nanga-Parbat - gnarly couloir and steep ski for advanced and expert skiers
http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Gear/Dynafit-Seven-Summits - original pure ski touring ski
Haute Route Plus
http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Gear/Dynafit-Haute-Route-Plus - womens version of the Seven Summit
Seven Summits Superlight
http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Gear/Dynafit-Seven-Summits-Superlight - as it says on the tin: a lighter version of the original Seven Summits
Mustagh Ata Superlight
http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Gear/Dynafit-Mustagh-Ata-Superlight - a ligher version of the Mustagh Ata freerando ski
http://pistehors.com/backcountry/wiki/Gear/Dynafit-Manaslu - superlight fat with freeride dimensions
Note that we’ve not subtitled all the videos yet.
As ever feel free to add your questions, comments and corrections either here or in the Wiki.
During our interviews with Dynafit they told us they had increased sales 60% last year in France which is why there was a lack of stock in shops towards the end of the season, particuarly for boots and bindings.