2015 Dynastar Speed Course Pro ski review. OnTheSnow tested this ski as part of its Frontside Category.

Dynastar’s Speed series houses International Ski Federation (F.I.S.) legal race skis, down to the GS-inspired frontside charger, called the Speed Course Pro. Skis in the series have World Cup sandwich construction, full vertical sidewalls and a swing-weight-reducing cascade tip. The Speed Course Pro also has turn-friendly tip rocker and Dynastar’s R20 Racing Plate. Though called “a GS ski on steroids and a solid ripper,” by ski tester, Attridge, the Speed Course Pro has a sub-World Cup flex thanks to lightweight paulownia mixed with poplar and Titanal. “It has a real race feel with plenty of forgiveness at the entry of the turn,” says Stoeger after skiing a lap. Testers gave it average versatility scores, though awarded it second highest marks in the category for carving, adding to what Bristow calls the “best on-piste ski of the bunch.”