Dynastar M-Free 90 Freeride Ski 2022 – 2023 | Review

An excellent gateway ski to park and freeride shredding

Why we chose the Dynastar M-Free 90: Lightweight, playful, stable

Lengths (cm): 137, 147, 157, 167, 177
Sidecut (mm): 122 / 90 / 112
Radius: 20m (177 cm)
Rocker Profile: Rocker-Camber-Rocker
Weight (per ski): 1,500g
Price: £450

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Dynastar doesn’t hold many titles when it comes to park and pipe but they have been smashing the freeride and all-mountain scene since basically time began. There’s no doubt they make quality skis and the new M-Free 90 is no exception on that front. Designed for people who really do just want to be free to cruise through the park or make their own jump line down the slopes, this ski can handle it all.

The M-Free 90 is a new ski looking to appeal to the freeride and freestyle groms of today. This is a challenging market to crack into as most kids these days want what they see on YouTube, and there aren’t actually too many pros riding Dynastars around the park. This doesn’t mean this isn’t a good ski though. If you’re into freeride, there are most definitely some big names breaking the sound barrier down Bec Des Rosses on these Chamonix-produced planks. With that in mind, it’ll be interesting to see if this ski takes off and if Dynastar are planning to make a resurgence in the freestyle world with the new M-Free.

M-Free 90 Build

Designed with weight and agility in mind, the M-Free 90 is easy to chuck about and put where you want when you need to. The core is made out of paulownia which is about 15% lighter than the more common poplar wood core. This core is then reinforced with a fibreglass torsion box and has a full sidewall construction to help provide more stability and rigidness.

With progressive rocker at the tip and tail for better floatation through the pow and fewer edge catches in the park, the M-free 90 isn’t looking too shabby.

Who Is The M-Free 90 For?

I’d recommend the M-90 to a mum and dad who knows their kid wants to catch air but can’t decide where. It’ll hold its own as a gateway to both intermediate park and freeride skiing and if you aren’t sure what they want then this is a good choice. If you’re old enough to make your own decisions then this is still a great ski but given the shorter lengths and lighter construction involved, be aware that it’s only suitable for shorter and lighter skiers.

What Is The M-Free 90 Good At?

Versatility: 9/10
Carving: 7/10
Soft Snow: 7/10

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