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Dynastar Trouble Maker Freestyle Twin Tip Review

Dynastar Trouble Maker


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The TM is one of the most progressive freestyle skis available. Whether you’re just starting to alley-oop, or working on your monster 1080s, the Trouble Maker’s got your back. Spring Blade technology contributes to powerful pop and smooth transitions in the pipe, while 78mm underfoot ensures stomped landings.


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Review Date
March 14, 2008

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

Value Rating
 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Bobby ,  Skier

Summary:
These skis are great anywhere thay Keep you steady on ice and glide over powder. They also had sweet Buttering technology for theose crazy days in the park, but stay flata nd from vibrating while hitting up those double black diamonds. Overall this skis own and the

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public enemys i had before chip to easlity an are far to stiff to pull any non noobish tricks


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Review Date
October 15, 2007

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 4 of 5

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 5 of 5

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Reviewed by: Gus Gunderson ,  Skier

Summary:
they're some pretty nice skis, they do awesome on the ice and even better on the powder. i haven tried them on rails because i don't really want to trash them. they alsoi do really well switch and arereally easy to maneuver and torque for the 180s and such.

Customer Service:
pretty good, the guy there was really nice and gave them to us for a steal.

Similar Products Used:
Scott Vertigo poles, Solomon Boots, The North Face coat, Boxer shorts


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Review Date
November 21, 2006

Overall Rating
 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: brian. ,  Skier

Summary:
TMs are amazing park skis and can handle some ice too. Their edges grip hardpack well, but aren't durable for rails. New 07 models have double edges which should help durability.

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Review Date
January 18, 2006

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 5 of 5

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 4 of 5

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Reviewed by: somethingnoonesthoughtof ,  Skier

Summary:
Sick skis.

Refreshingly springy and responsive after riding salomon's slightly dull spaceframe 1080s.

They're good in powder if you get them long enough (they've got a 78mm waist, so they're better than a standard piste ski anyway). Where they really excel though is in good snow up to around knee deep, through moguls these things are awesome.

Good in the air and they're light enough that they spin nicely. The graduated core makes the tail really absorb landings whilst still having nice pop.

For some reason (shape I'm guessing) these things are great switch. My switch skiing's pretty average, but on these things I can make it down most runs pretty easily.

Haven't tried em on rails yet (don't wanna trash them to much).

I've heard good things about the Rossi Scratch FS too. But I doubt there's much to choose to be honest and the trouble maker's definitely have sicker graphics (the pic on this site is last year's graphic btw)

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2004 Saloman 1080s, 2005 Saloman Foils, Stockli Snakes.


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