Dynastar Speed Zone 16 Ti review 2018
PROSKILAB™ reviewers' comments
Reviewed this year without its R21 racing plate (which it had last year), the Speedzone 16 Ti from Dynastar, like the Rossignol, lost some of its performance whilst gaining in user-friendliness and comfort. The ski has nonetheless retained its slalom qualities with excellent overall performance, fantastic grip and strong character. The Speedzone 16 will bend easily and anchors turns extremely well. On the other hand, you need to put some pressure on the tongue as the tail is fairly flexible, not an issue for good riders in this category. We recommend this ski for good to expert riders who want a sporty, playful and easy to handle ski that's still incredibly versatile.
- Overall performance
- Good grip
- A flexible ski which bends easily even at low speeds
- A ski for all turns
- Needs to be skied in a slightly forward position
- A relatively flexible tail that won’t forgive positioning too far back
The ski review scores
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Who's it for?
For ultimate comfort, power and smooth on-piste precision, this ski is aimed at good piste-loving riders. The Speed Zone TI 16 and its innovative Powerdrive offer both responsiveness and energy, smoothly planting the ski in the snow for the most comfortable and high-performance ride you can wish for!
Features of the Speed Zone 16 Ti
|Model :||Speed Zone 16 Ti|
|Size tested :||168 cm|
|Tip size :||105 mm|
|Waist size :||67 mm|
|Tail size :||121 mm|
|Radius for the size reviewed :||Not available|
Reviewed by PROSKILAB™in La Clusaz, France, March 2017