View Full Version : [VIC] FS - Dynastar Skiis

05-06-2011, 10:14 PM
Getting ready for the new ski season and that of course means a new set of skiis.

I have for sale a set of Dynastar Supra ski's which were used for one week last season in Queenstown so there was plenty of snow and no chance to scratch the bottom of the skiis. They are beginner to intermediate skiis, size 158 (very easy on a beginner).

I bought the skiis halfway through the season last year having been convinced to go on the week snow trip, paid $500 for them but unfortunately I've outgrown them in skill.
The skiis are in perfect "AS NEW" condition having only been used very lightly as I was a learner, so green/blue runs, no moguls and definately no offpiste.

Skiis will come with bindings as well, looking for $250.00. Can throw in the poles for $40 as i'm looking to upgrade to one of the clippy glove harness ones.

Will have detailed pictures up tomorrow but I guess I am just gauging interest at this stage.

Local pick-up only at this stage, I live in Melbourne and freight to send a pair of skiis interstate would cost quite a bit due to the awkward shape of the skiis.


07-06-2011, 12:16 AM

Don't know what you're supposed to take pictures of, but I think this should cover it all...
Also just looked at my poles and won't be selling them, they are pretty nice and useful for beating people :)

08-06-2011, 01:36 PM
Guys I bought a new pair of skiis and the guys at the shop offered to do a full service on these ones prior to sale. They are currently in the shop until Saturday but they are really almost brand new. They will be sharpened and re-waxed and smoothed out so at $250.00 it is really a steal for anyone looking to start their skiing experience :)

P.S. Thanks to the snowfall yesterday I've booked for a sunday night at Buller over the long weekend, what a great surprise and a great way to test out my new skiis..hope it's not too busy up there!

08-06-2011, 01:50 PM
What did you replace them with?

What waist width are they?

(Sorry, mad keen skier, love talking gear)

08-06-2011, 03:21 PM
Sorry mate not sure what waist width they are. I have one picture of a few measurements up there, maybe it's written there?

I've replaced them with a set of 166cm Atomic D2 VarioFlex 75 - http://www.onthesnow.com.au/gear/ski_reviews/2011/a/12/
They're a lot heavier than my old ones, it will be a bitch walking up the mountain from the car..Always hated that part of skiing. I used these when I was in Madonna di Campiglio in March for a whole week, first 3 days were brutal as they were a lot stiffer and harder to turn with than my old ones (also 8cm longer), but then the next 5 days were magical.

08-06-2011, 03:38 PM
Yeah, unfortunately the best groomer skis are pretty heavy....luckily its downhill ;)...

Ive got some Volkl Ac30's (177) and some Armada El Reys.

Use the Volkl's in the morning and Armada's in the afternoon. The Armada's are twin tips, super light and just heaps of un. Very forgiving. Can't recommend them enough as a second ski to faff about on. Can still crank them, but not super stable at mach 2 like your Atomics or the AC30's.

Think i need some dedicated on piste skis next that are a bit narrower under foot...

08-06-2011, 06:05 PM
Hmm...I wouldn't be able to have two pairs of skiis in one day. So you actually go back to your car, change skiis and go back up? Damn that's a lot of effort...

I was looking at some skiboards to muck around on buut think i'll keep improving with skiis this year (this is only my second season, but I've skii'd a lot between last year and this week I did in Italy and have picked it up quite quickly.

Will be going to Queenstown at the start of August for some jumps and possibly a heliski at Remarkables..

08-06-2011, 06:23 PM
Tis why I like to get there early and park nice and close. Never more than 150m at Thredbo!

You wait, as soon as your ability improves you will start to notice where different skis work better than others. I Think i'd be happy with a quiver of 5 at the moment...:)

Queenstown is where it's at. Remarks is crapola unless its really dumped the night beforebut Coront Peak is a good fun mountain. No terrain park as its all at Remarks. Treble Cone is the best though, but its near Wanaka. Steep and long!! Cardona is good to i hear, but havn't skied there yet.

Can't recommend Heli skiing enough. Just make sure you hire some fat skis (ideally with some rocker too) as the snow can often be pretty hard going if you not super fit and lackin a bit of experience. Can recommend Harris Mountain Heli ski...

08-06-2011, 06:28 PM
I was there last year as well, didn't go to Treble Cone but Cardrona was actually by far the best mountain we'd been to (we went Coronet Peak, Remarkables + Cardrona). A LOT more skiiable area in Cardrona and when we were there the Japanese skiing team was training for some special slalom and we went through on their break for fun.

We were lucky, lots of snow in all places, Remarks was a bit harder snow I'll admit but lots of hot girl punk snowboarders :). The chairlifts were annoyingly long too so we only went there one day.
Anyway appreciate the bumps but maybe we should keep this on topic...Even though I doubt they will sell on a car forum haha.

08-06-2011, 06:46 PM
Heh, was about to say the same thing....:)

10-06-2011, 06:43 PM
These have now been sold. Thanks for participating :)