Dynastar Cham 87

Dynastar Cham 87
Category: All mountain
Level: Medium
Brand: Dynastar
Modelyear: 2015
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 127/87/113 mm Turning radius: 15.00 m (178 cm)
Sizes: 166,172,178,184 cm
Manufacturers description
The award-winning CHAM 87 delivers high-performance freeride versatility for excelling in all-mountain terrain and varied snow conditions. Cham's combination of long tip rocker, 5-point sidecut, and real-deal sandwich construction delivers incredible power, maneuverability and float. The unique flat/pintail design enhances tip float in the deepest snow conditions; offers instant speed control, phenomenal ease-of-use; and provides all-mountain power, tracking and stability that redefines "freeride" performance.

(Official information from Dynastar)


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LarsEkdahl
12/12/2017
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Strenghts:
A cannon skid with really good flow properties on the powder as well as a good bite in the piste. Lightweight and playful skiing with a lot of rocks.

Weaknesses:
Feel a bit "fluttery" due to the tip rocker if you stand on and blow the piste.

Summary:
A great ski for those who commute between pillows, pistes, snowpaths and mudflats. It works everywhere on the mountain! Have been in Badgastein, Dolomites, Lindvallen and Branäs. The next ski, however, becomes a 100-106cm waistline that offers more twist and stability at higher speeds.

Riding style: Pistons and pillows
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 85 kg
Riders length: 185 cm



Ulf Losung
Ulf Losung (Guest)
03/01/2017
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Strenghts:
Easy to ride on with a lot of feeling, everywhere goes piss, loose, fashionable but not my first choice on ice ..
The skis are lightweight.

Weaknesses:
Odd piste
As I go with my legs together, I wipe out the top of the tips.

Summary:
The best skis I went on demand no strength. Can almost turn the tank. Carving or cord as well.
Went a lot but is now 50+ and is now about 20 days / year.
Have traveled on the skis about 30 days.

Riding style: Ski / piste
Length on the ski: 178 cm
Riders weight: 87 kg
Riders length: 180 cm

Christer
Christer (Guest)
11/03/2013
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Strenghts:
Stable on most substrates. Fun in speed and just sliding around.

Weaknesses:
No strength, just a compromise

Summary:
Perfect when you rehab after crossbound injury and "extinct" meniscus. And just got back to the piste.

Model year: 2013
Length on the ski: 178 cm
Riders weight: 75 kg
Riders length: 175 cm

Lars-Erik P
Lars-Erik P (Guest)
17/12/2012
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Strenghts:
Extremely easy-going skiing. The tip rope causes the rotation of the turn to go by itself. A great complement to a clean piste skiing to have the surface is more uneven or if it comes down a small dump. But the skidding bites even when it's hard. The skis feel shorter than it is when you go in a piste because a large part of the skid is not active in the turn which one has to consider when choosing the length. Feel free to take a little more skiing than you usually have.

Weaknesses:
No one but the ski is a compromise and is not the worst in any branch.

Summary:
Can recommend it to anyone who needs a better skid when the surface is not smooth like a flooring floor. Good price / performance ie a lot for the money.

Model year: 2013
Length on the ski: 178 cm
Riders weight: 90 kg
Riders length: 179 cm