Dynastar Powertrack 89 Fluid


Men's All-Mountain
Price: £609.00 (with binding)
Off piste long turns:
Off piste short turns:
On piste long turns:
On piste short turns:
Ease of use:
Ability Level Lower Advanced Lower Expert Lower Intermediate Upper Advanced Upper Expert Upper Intermediate
Sidecut 126-89-110
Turn radius 17m (179cm)
Lengths 165, 172, 179 (2,320g), 186
Construction Sidewall
Titanal woodcore
Tip & tail rocker
Strengths Good grip underfoot, works well on the piste, easy to pivot
Weaknesses Can be less predictable at high speeds

They say

Powertrack combines the best elements of modern freeride and on trail designs, delivering an award winning blend of playfulness, versatility and power across any terrain or snow condition.

We say

The new Powertrack is rock solid on the edge while the tip rocker makes it very easy to change the turn shape or wash off speed. It matches that up with good early floating properties in the powder. Overall it’s an easy ski to use with a good combination of strong grip underfoot while having effortless pivoting and turn entry. At higher speeds that radical shape, strong midbody but softer tip and tail can make it a bit twitchy, but the grip through the middle of the ski is very strong, and won’t breakaway.

Tester Comments

Pete Davison
Easy to handle in a long length, very easy to engage the turn. Rock solid on the edge.
Mark Jones
Strong underfoot. Solid, carves well on the piste. Can be a bit over pivoty at higher speeds.