Tourist trapping mega resorts and carbon spewing chopper outfits are the bane of your existence. Dynafit made the Huascaran ski to lead you far away from mass marketed mountains to legendarily deep lines. This is the widest Dynafit ski ever produced, and it charges with the aggression of an ancient mountain beast and floats like a snowy owl on wing. Starting at the tip, you'll find Dynafit's Scoop Rocker, a long, rockered camber profile that keeps the tip elevated so you can punch through choppy chunder and stay on top of light, fresh snow. Gently rising tail rocker allows you to release the tail so you can pivot to change direction quickly or scrub some speed after a long, fast straight line. Despite its girth, the Huascaran is impressively maneuverable. Three types of of wood and a pair of Isocore stringers make this ski feel lightweight and responsive, and the triple radius sidecut shape gives you progressively tighter turns as you tip the Huascaran further and further on edge. You get solid big mountain performance in everything from notorious ski movie terrain to tight, storm day tree stashes. To make ascending smooth, a big mountain ski like the Huascaran requires a few additional touring specific features. The tail uses a pintail shape to make it easier to slide this stick into the loops on your pack for boot packing, the tip accommodates Dynafit's Speed Skin touring skin attachments, and the base is made of a lightning fast sintered graphite coating. Add a pair of lightweight touring bindings, and this is a ski that will break trail and allow you to pick your way to any stash or line you can spot from the valley. Compared to the rest of Dynafit's touring skis, the Huascaran is securely planted in the world of freeride touring. This is the only Dynafit ski offered in an Alaska ready 196cm length, and it's the only one with a triple radius sidecut and a fully rockered profile. The Dynafit Grand Teton is the only ski that's comparable when it comes to w...