Dynastar Intuitiv 74


Brand: Dynastar
Modelyear: 2002

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BabkaBoo
BabkaBoo (Guest)
11/12/2012
Strenghts:
All mountain ability, suitable for a wide range of conditions and run types. Can handle being pushed hard yet still have nice feel and are never harsh.

Weaknesses:
If you're looking for tight slalom turns, it's not cut for that. And it's not super great in deep powder but it's fine up to the knees.

Summary:
I've owned these since 2005. I really can't say I've ever been frustrated with them in any way as they just seem to handle whatever you throw at them. I tried out telemarking for a couple of years and used these ones sporadically, and then last year went to the big side of the mountains with some new Rossi S7's. But I'm going to keep the Dynastars as a backup ski or for days when I'm face with only groomers here in the snow country of BC Kootenays.

I'm not sure how relevant this review is 10 years on, but in case someone is looking at a used pair for 100 bucks, if they are in good condition they are still a good ski.

Length on the ski: 174 cm
Riders weight: 80 kg
Riders length: 183 cm

Tjatte
21/11/2002
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I bought this ski because I wanted a ski that worked both in pillows and in piste. I tested a few different models but got stuck for this. It's wide front and back (even broader than Big BIG I think), which makes it work well in loose nuts. It is 74 mm in the middle, which is not very narrow actually, but the wide ends still make the turning radius relatively short for such a wide skid. This makes it even work to make cutting turns piss with. However, the ski is quite heavy, so it requires quite aggressive driving. If you want to bet on only a few skis, I think the 74s are amazingly good. Another advantage is that the 2002-2003 model has the most changed appearance, as it is the graphics that this ski has been most criticized for. If you do not care about this (I think it's pretty good), it makes it possible to get the 2001-2002 model, which, in essence, has exactly the same characteristics, very cheap. A tip is to look in French (Dynastar is a very common brand in France) rental shops, which often sell out rented skis extremely cheaply.

Tjatte
28/06/2002
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I bought this ski because I wanted a ski that worked both in pillows and in piste. I tested a few different models but got stuck for this. It's wide front and back (even broader than Big BIG I think), which makes it work well in loose nuts. It is 74 mm in the middle, which is not very narrow actually, but the wide ends still make the turning radius relatively short for such a wide skid. This makes it even work to make cutting turns piss with. However, the ski is quite heavy, so it requires quite aggressive driving. If you want to bet on only a few skis, I think the 74s are amazingly good. Another advantage is that the 2002-2003 model has the most changed appearance, as it is the graphics that this ski has been most criticized for. If you do not care about this (I think it's pretty good), it makes it possible to get the 2001-2002 model, which, in essence, has exactly the same characteristics, very cheap. A tip is to look in French (Dynastar is a very common brand in France) rental shops, which often sell out rented skis extremely cheaply.

Model year: 2001
Besse
18/02/2002
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Have not tested yet but seems to be a nice ski. Simple and clean design. Right stiff forward and a bit softer at the back.
Good price. 4995 with Look P12. A 4 in advance.

Model year: 2001
dubbelwe
18/01/2002
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Powertrac's replacement Intuitiv 74 is in a completely different class. While the Powertrack is soft and "cordless", Intuitiv 74 is just the one in the piste. Speed ​​stability with good ice grip.

Was very well surprised how well it was, despite the relatively wide waist. A little plate can be recomended if you drive a lot of piste, it lifts the ski. Little sperm if you go a lot and have to wear them ...

Big plus before the slightly unusual length of 175 cm before us girls (and a little less guys) who do not want before short skis.

Fun that a "freerideskida" works so well in the piste!

Now I'm looking forward to a little more snow so I'll have to test it in its ranks, take out the piste in løssnø.

About 6000 kr with Look pivot 12 binding in Norway

Svarta_Faran
12/03/2001
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Have spent a week at Dynastar's new Freerideskida, which will replace the old Powertrac race track. The measurements were about 113-74-99. Thus built as a pintail. A lot of go skiing that works for the most part. Not so wide in the waist maybe, but did the cannon work in springtime, cold snow and pistons. Just wide in front, so it flows well. Definitely better than the previous Powertrac model!

Plus, the new design is cool, especially when you buy the Look binding that is part of the same series.

Cost in France approx. 4900 Frf.