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Descent-oriented touring ski for optimal off-piste performance

Descent-oriented touring ski for optimal off-piste performance
Grand Teton Ski

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Activities

Alpine Running
Alpine Running
Alpine Running
Light-footed yet still as powerful as a snow leopard, these mountain runners are on the go in diverse terrain. Constantly changing conditions, challenging trails, and snow- and scree fields all put special demands on a specific off-trail gear. And we search for extraordinary solutions: intelligently lightweight, athletic fit, lasting durability, and protection of the athlete.
Free Touring
Free Touring
Free Touring
Free Touring can be compared to surfing; a game of weightlessness and centrifugal forces only it is played out in a mountain environment. Free Touring equipment sees the fusion of weight optimisation, which conserves energy on the ascent, and unique performance capability on the descent. Genuine free tourers are descent-oriented ski mountaineers who earn the reward of surfing across untouched powder snow by the exertions of their own muscles. ‘Earn your turn‘ as the phrase goes.
Ski Touring
Ski Touring
Ski Touring
The connoisseurs among ski tourers, who enjoy a pleasant ascent followed by a varied and elegant descent. They have the benefit of knowledge gained from formula 1 and the speed touring segment. The Ski Touring set-up offers innovative and top-quality products for a broad range of uses. Everyone from beginners to professionals can get back to the core activity of skiing in energy-conserving ascents and enjoyable descents.
Speed Touring
Speed Touring
Speed Touring
This discipline is about speed and meeting the challenges of the high mountains. To a certain extent, it is like transferring competitive racing to a high-altitude mountain environment. Speed combined with a high-mountain landscape. The crowning discipline in the sport of ski mountaineering are expeditions to the 8,000-metre plus summits of the Himalayas and Karakorum. It's precisely in this type of surroundings where it is vital to spend as little time as possible in the danger zone and to minimise risks. Speed is synonymous with safety up here. You need to be able to rely 100% on your equipment even if the weight has been reduced to the minimum. It must be able to withstand the various types of terrain, steepness, and different snow conditions the alpine environment throws at it.
Ski Running
Ski Running
Ski Running
From running to ski running. Ski runners ascend summits at breath-taking speeds, take a few bare seconds to change the skins on their skis and make a high-altitude descent at top speed in a race against the clock. It's not unusual to see times of less than 40 minutes recorded for ascents to 1,000-metre summits. Just as in formula 1 racing, the weight/performance ratio plays a crucial role. That's why this is a central focus of the DYNAFIT Ski Running collection, which combines low weight with high-performance features.
Ultra Running
Ultra Running
Ultra Running
Ultra running means conquering distances of more than 42 kilometers (26.2 miles), sometimes even longer than 100 kilometers (62 miles). These extremely long distances demand not only a special level of endurance and strength among athletes, but also products that have a particularly high level of protection and motion guidance. And that applies to whatever terrain the alpine countryside offers up. Despite maximal durability and reliability of the gear, remaining lightweight is an absolute must.
Vertical Running
Vertical Running
Vertical Running
A competitive form of running that takes place on steep terrains. Vertical Running athletes move at high speeds on the mountain and appear to defy gravity. They are ultra fit, sure-footed and have extremely quick reflexes. They use very little gear, but what they do use is individually selected: The performance-to-weight ratio plays a vital role in those products, and it is a key issue in the development of the Vertical Running collection.

Features

  • Alpinextrem Pro
  • Alpinextrem Pro
  • Alpinextrem Pro
  • Alpinextrem Pro

specification

164 173 182 191
Sidecut top - middle - bottom 128 - 104 - 118 129 - 105 - 119 130 - 106 - 120 134 - 108 - 122
Radius 31 - 17 35 - 20 38 - 23 40 - 25
Tip 420 420 420 430
Tail 115 115 115 115
Weight 1,410g 1,540g 1,670g 1,780g
SKU

08-0000048379

Gender

Unisex

Age group

Adult

Ski Cores

Paulownia-Ride Core

Ski Laminate

Biaxial-Gelege im Unter- und Obergurt mit Glasfaser- und Carbonverstärkung.

Ski Running Surface

Sintered graphite coatings – super robust – maximum wax resorption

Sizes:

164 - 173 - 182 - 191

Colors

wood/ white

Description

The long 'rocker' shovel and a massive sidewall design make the Grand Teton great fun to ski on, and not just in powder snow. The unique and revolutionary bamboo-beech core technology helps it to achieve a sensationally low weight with unbelievable harmony in each curve, perfect for the descent-oriented ski mountaineer. The carbon casing optimises elastic recovery. In steep icy terrain this provides the necessary 'safety margin'.

Awards

  • Powder Magazine - Skier's Choice 2013/2014

  • Backcountry Magazine - Gear Guide Select 2013/2014