Ski review Dynastar Outland 80 Pro
Fluid all-mountain ski
This ski is good at carving big turns on groomers. But the Outland 80 Pro really comes into its own when the the piste becomes bumpier. The long front and back rocker make sure you'll fly over uneven slopes at high speed without losing control. But the Dynastar Outland 80 Pro is not an easy cruiser.
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What is it then? A hard charger or a laid-back ski? The Outland 80 Pro is certainly able to carve big turns at high speed. But not at top speed. The very early rise rocker (at least 25cm at the tail, which is a lot) makes for easy handling in different circumstances. But again not that easy. For these reasons some may say this is a well balanced ski. I say the Dynastar Outland 80 Pro is a bad compromise, which has resulted in mediocrity.
Intermediate - Advanced
80% piste - 20% off-piste
Easy through the bumps
Big carving cruiser
Long tip & tail rocker
This ski is made for...
The intermediate to advanced skier, who doesn't want to put too much effort in his skiing. The Dynastar Outland 80 Pro is good in many respects, but doesn't excel in anything.
Dynastar about the Outland 80 Pro
"Whether carving on hardpack, cruising through crud or weaving through trees, the Outland 80 Pro delivers powerful "crossover" versatility for every side of the resort." I am not that convinced about its performance on hardpack and through the trees, but this ski certainly is good cruising through crud.
Dimensions of the Outland 80 Pro ski
Length (cm): 158, 165, 172, 178, 184
Sidecut (mm): 126-80-110
Radius (m): 15
The Elan Amphibio Waveflex 82 XTI Fusion is an effortless all-mountain ski. The Nordica Fuel is a fun loving spiced-up cruiser. In the Fischer Motive 80 Powerrail the compromise between hard and soft has worked out well.