By Ethan Stone, Newschoolers.com
All information from Cody Carter, Dynastar/Look/Lange/Kerma, Newschool APA
The word is out on Dynastar's enticing new models for the 2003 season. A NS.com exclusive, take a sneak peek of what the boys have cooked up for you!
The well-loved Concept model is back, with new graphics to boot. Featuring a wood core for durability, torsion box and power spring for on-snow performance, and of course a twin-tip, this multi-faceted ski is aimed at the performance jib skier and "those who dream."
Accompanying the Concept is Dynastar's Team Concept, a model similar in design but featuring a more diverse range of lengths. The Team Concept is built for the aspiring newschool skier.
The Twister steps up as Dynastar's leading bump ski. Featuring a power spring structure, wood core, and a deeper sidecut for a new turn shape, the Twister can be relied upon by the newschool mogul freestyle participant.
The Snap, Dynastar's offering for the young jibber, is armed with a multi-cell core, Agyl techology, and a HMW base. This ski is ideal for young skiers looking for a solid ski in the 140-160 cm range.
LITTLE BIG FAT
Want to take newschool to the backcountry? Look no further. The Little Big Fat has it all, from Autodrive S Techonology to wicked graphics. And twin-tipped, of course. The 88 cm waist gives the ski unparalleled stability.
Power spring structure, wood core, fiber torsion box, HMW base.
Composite core, twin tip profile, Isospeed base.
Power spring structure, wood core, fiber tension box, LDG thermo base.
Multicell core, fiberglass layer, HMW base.
No... I don't have any idea what I just said, either.