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Dynafit Blacklight 88

by Dynafit
$799.95
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When Dynafit announced its new Blacklight series last Spring, everybody noticed the bright and bold colours straight out of a sci-fi movie. But under that futuristic topsheet lies the evolution of the famed Carbonio 89 ski. Some even say that the Blacklights are the best skis Dynafit has produced in a long time! 

The Blacklight 88 is Dynafit's new technical skiing tool. It has been designed specifically for ambitious, fast ski tourers looking for a light, handy touring ski for any terrain and any snow conditions. The Blacklight 88 has a 100% carbon top layer that lends higher tensile strength and greater durability. A Paulownia wood core keeps the weight in check while providing dampness and comfort. Thanks to its futuristic 3D sidewall construction, the Blacklight 88 handles incredibly despite its light weight. The rocker construction at the tip and tail and the sidecut are also adapted for each ski size, a unique feature in the ski touring market.

Expect maximum performance for tailored for skiers who need absolute reliability in all conditions. Dynafit even thought about these Canadian Rockies glide-outs and has outfitted the Blacklight 88 with a special racing grind to ensure you are the fastest on the mountain.

Specifications
Lengths available (cm)  165               172             178            184
Weight (g) 1210 g in 178
Radius (m)

17 m                   (165 cm)

18.5 m                (172 cm)

20 m                   (178 cm)

21.5 m                (184 cm)

Sidecut

122/87/110           (165 cm)

123/88/111           (172 cm)

124/89/112           (178 cm)

125/90/113           (184 cm)

Profile

Tip Rocker, Tail Early Rise, Camber underfoot

Construction

Paulownia Core, Carbon overlays

Semi-Sandwich Sidewall

Bottom Line

Technical Ski-Mountaineering Tool

The new 1-ski quiver for the everyday Rockies?

A Rockies ski for the Efficiency-driven

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