Dynastar 6th Sense Slicer
Released October, 2009
The Pros:Great floatation over powder, don't sink at all. Traction on almost any surface is very good, solid edge on groomed. Smooth ride over minor obstacles, plows through crud and slush.
The Cons:Tends to grab edges on bumps that you need to focus to avoid. Heavier and bulkier than most skis. A little too stiff and sensitive for beginners.
The Dynastar 6th Sense Slicer is a mid-grade ski pair designed for all-mountain freestyle use. The 6th Sense Slicer model is meant for more skilled users, advanced to expert, with optimal skiing experience.
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The Dynastar 6th Sense Slicer model ski pair features a tip and tail rocker as well as a 98mm total waist side. Dynastar claims the 6th Sense Slicer skis "charge through powder, crud and bumps; rip the groomers, and tear up the park and pipe", thanks to a unique Spring Blade body construction. The 6th Sense Slicer model pair features a sidecut rating of 132-98-120, and a total body radius of 17"; which of course increases with individual ski size.
- Mid-Grade Men's Ski Pair
- Designed for All-Mountain Freestyle Use
- Meant for Expert and Professional Athletes
- "Double Rocker" and "Spring Blade" Body Construction
- Varying Sizes Available: 161, 169, 175, 181
- Tip Rocker: 185 mm
- Tail Rocker: 145 mm
- Sidecut: 132-98-120
- Radius: 17" and up
- Standard/Main Size: 181
- Packing: Pair
User Reviews (1)
great floatation over powder, don't sink at all
traction on almost any surface is very good, solid edge on groomed
smooth ride over minor obstacles, plows through crud and slush
capable of tight turns through the trees
tends to grab edges on bumps that you need to focus to avoid
heavier and bulkier than most skis
a little too stiff and sensitive for beginners
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