The Speed Zone 10 Ti Konect perfectly matches the profile described by Dynastar and keeps its promises. This ski is good on any terrain, "very versatile and intuitive," writes Giovanni Manfrini; "manoeuvrable and light" continues Stefano Belingheri; "light and simple: you can rotate it in two metres!" concludes Federico Casnati. It was reviewed on chopped snow and showed itself to be pleasant when sliding and entering curves; if you put yourself in the user's place, you can immediately understand that this ski offers its utmost in short turns and at medium speed. Its structure is quite flexible and can therefore be properly mastered on compact as well as choppy snow. Even neophytes of modern technique and skiers in the who are progressing technically can take cut turns. The ski "facilitates entering curves and what comes after; it's good underfoot," writes Laura Jardi. It is always manoeuvrable and intuitive, concludes Riccardo Giacomel. Its structure and edge lines are exactly as described. This ski is not intended for high speeds on steep or hard slopes, but that's not Dynastar's stated aim. The ski is recommended for medium to low speeds, short and medium curve radii; these are the conditions for its maximum performance and it can be recommended for all mid-class skiers.
- Benchmark ski review in Italy
- Reviewers have good technical level
- Strict methodology
- Numerous skis reviewed
- Launched in 2007