The Outland 75 XT was built specifically to make skiing fun and easy for beginner to intermediate cruiser skiers. Designed with a mellow flex and an aggressive sidecut the 75 XT has a forgiving nature and allows you to make mistakes and then points you in the right direction. When you combine the flex pattern with the all-mountain rocker, a slight raise to the tip and tail, the result is a ski that enters into a turn with a slight roll onto edge and helps pull you through the carve to develop proper technique and makes the ski more predictable when the snow pack start to break up and get cruddy towards the end of the day. There's a 3D core which places the most material over the edges of the ski for better power transfer to your edges. A layer of Super Fiber, a basalt and aramid weave, adds torsional stiffness and vibration damping to keep your edges in contact with the snow and the ski from chattering. To round out the 75 XT Dynastar uses Autodrive Fluid, a sidewall underfoot for extra grip and better leverage for power directly to the edges. Learn to ski properly without having to fight your skis and with a smile on your face on the Outland 75 XT.
3D Wood Core - Thicker Over The Edges For Better Grip, Thinner In the Middle For Less Swing Weight
All-Mountain Rocker - Tip and Tail Rocker For Smooth Turns And Soft Snow Performance Without Losing Edge Hold
25% Rocker 75% Camber
75mm Waist - Quickness And On Piste Performance
90% On Piste 10% Off Piste
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Hi, this is Jesse. I just skied the Dynastar Outland 75 XT. It's a fun little ski. Good for intermediate to advanced intermediate. Has a lot of give and it allows me to really ski how I like to ski. It's a 166 in length a lot of fun. Has a lot of pop but not too stiff. You can have decent long carves or short carves, however you really want to do it. It's a really great ski, beyond that it wouldn't be really great for a hardcore skier. Overall it is a great ski.
Hey, Thom here with the Dynastar Outland 75 XT. $499 ski from Dynastar pretty cool little ski. Little bit of tip rocker so it initiates the turn really well. Give this thing 4/5 stars. It's really geared towards that beginner skier who want something that's going to allow them to carve a turn. Really allow them to learn how to put a ski up on to edge. A little bit of tip rocker really does help with that it, makes the ski really smooth, very predictable but actually holds pretty darn well even as soft as it is. Overall for your athletic beginner or your person transitioning off of rental looking to purchase their first set of skis. They would find that they would really like these.
This is Hans. I just came off the Dynastar Outland 75. This is a full cap construction ski, It's definitely a short to medium radius ski for aspiring intermediate skier. You can really lay out some short turns, its a ski that is great for people to progress. I give this ski a 3/5.
Hey, I'm Sean. I just skied the Dynastar Outland 75 XT ski. I give it a 4/5 stars. It's a great ski for the intermediate to advanced skier, that's just going to carve down the mountain on a groomed and ungroomed runs. It was easy to initiate a in its turns, handled everything that I gave it. I tried to challenge the ski and it reacted perfectly to every cut I could give it. Again I give it a 4/5 stars and it's a great ski for the intermediate to advanced skier.
Hi, I'm EJ. I'm with the Dynastar Outland XT.. 75mm underfoot this ski is designed for intermediate to beginner skiers at a price point. It holds nicely on a nice carving ark, it's fun and agile and will be a responsive ski for a beginner to intermediate skier. It's not going to hold at high speeds but it's not for whom it's designed for. I give this 3.5 stars and it's a quick looking ski and it ski's pretty quick underfoot too, but not so stable.
Hi, I'm Steve. I just got off the Dynastar Outland 75 XT. I give this ski 4 1/2 out of five stars. For intermediate ski it's probably the best intermediate ski I've skied all day. It held the turns really solid, very silky smooth. Really easy to initiate turns but held edge. I brought it up to speed got a little bit of chatter when I went really fast, but that's not really what this ski is designed for. But for a skier who skis moderate to moderately aggressive mostly blue intermediate runs, I can't say enough about how well this is made. It seems like skiing was almost effortless it was really easy to turn and it's been really really fun. So I really like the ski a lot.
Hi, this is Luke. Just got done skiing the Dynastar Outland 75 XT. I give this ski 3/5 stars. This is going to be a great beginner to intermediate level ski for someone who's looking to progress at there skiing ability. With a full cap construction its very forgiving, so it's going to be easy to initiate turns. You don't have to work this ski too hard. It just has great edge grip, it's gonna make some nice turns without a whole lot of effort. This ski really just does the work for you. So if you're looking for a ski that you can progress at your skiing ability with then check out the Outland 75 XT from Dynastar.
Hi, Trey here with Dynastars Outland XT 75. I'll give this ski four out of five stars. It's a great ski for the beginner even up to lower intermediate maybe even intermediate who skis four or five times a year. Easy to ski, easy to get on edge definitely gonna learn how to start carving turns and get that feel. Definitely designed for moderate speeds but at $499 I think its a fantastic ski. 4/5 stars.
A: The only other difference between the two versions of the Dynastar Outland 75, aside from the year produced, is that one will come with the XT 10 binding, while the other comes with the NX 11. The 11's will be slightly sturdier and will allow for a more aggressive/heavier skier to use the skis.