In 1950, Humanic starts manufacturing ski boots. Fifteen years later, the first ski boots with buckles are launched.
Ski mountaineering athletes are the ones determining the structure of the DYNAFIT brand and its product development. In 2004, the new (specialty) skis D612 and D914 as well as the new "Speedskin Fix" skin-stretching system represent the result of this close market collaboration.
In August 2005, DYNAFIT Team members Benedikt Böhm and Basti Haag succeed in their speed record on Mustagh Ata (7,545 meters) -- 10 hours, 41 minutes, ascent and ski descent. One year later, the DYNAFIT Team succeeds in a speed ascent with ski descent on Gasherbrum II (8,035 meters). Two years later (2007), the DYNAFIT Team attempts Manaslu (8,163 meters), but is forced to turn back just below the summit due to bad weather conditions.
In 2008, the DYNAFIT Women’s Team successfully completes its goal: Chamonix-Zermatt-Alagna (140 km/87 miles, 10,000 vertical meters) in just 3 days on the Haute Route Plus.
Four years later, the DYNAFIT athletes set another speed record when they return to Manaslu. Their speed ascent and ski descent of Manaslu takes less than 24 hours. After 15 hours and 3,300 meters of climbing without supplemental oxygen, Bene Böhm stands on top of the eighth-highest mountain in the world. His partners, Basti Haag and Constantin Pade, are forced to turn back short below the summit. In total, including speed ascent and ski descent, the endeavor takes 23½ hours.
Hard Work Pays Off
Innovation Doesn't Stop
DYNAFIT Becomes a Snow Leopard
DYNAFIT Goes Summer
The Sky is the Limit
CARBONIO - DYNAFIT pushes the limits of ski touring again