Dynastar, Lange, & Look Announce 24/25 Skis, Ski Boots, & Bindings

2024-2025 Dynastar Skis, Lange Ski Boots, and Look Bindings | Blister discusses all the new products
2024-2025 Dynastar M-Pro 100 Ti & M-Pro 94 Ti

Dynastar, Lange, & Look have all announced several new products for the 2024-2025 season, spanning a wide range of product categories. (The three brands are all part of the Rossignol group, hence the simultaneous announcement.)

We began spending time on some of the new gear last week at Blister Summit 2024, and we’ll be posting Flash Reviews for BLISTER+ members in the near future. For now, let’s dive into the details:

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2024-2025 Dynastar Hybrid Core 2.0 Skis

The big news for Dynastar is that they’re switching many of their skis to their new “Hybrid Core 2.0” construction that they debuted in the 23/24 M-Cross skis. For the 24/25 season, Hybrid Core 2.0 will be featured in the Speed 4×4, M-Cross, E-Cross, M-Tour, M-Tour W, M-Pro, M-Pro W, and M-Free ski collections.

Dynastar reportedly developed Hybrid Core 2.0 with both performance and sustainability as priorities. Here’s what Dynastar says about it:

“Dynastar’s innovation is found in a new wood layer design (placing them in three directions instead of just one: longitudinally, vertically, and transversally), to replace the mechanical properties provided by composite materials such as glued fiberglass, reducing the proportion of this material in the ski while improving Dynastar’s unique skiability.

This innovation resulted in a reduction across all 6 main environmental indicators measured as part of the Life Cycle Assessments* carried out when comparing traditional skis and equivalent ones (in terms of performance and use) with Hybrid Core 2.0 construction.”

As with the previous Hybrid Core, the Hybrid Core 2.0 skis feature a combination of wood and polyurethane (PU). 

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Check out the above graphic from Dynastar to see how that reduced environmental footprint breaks down in the case of the new M-Pro 100 Ti (compared to the previous M-Pro 99, based on Dynastar’s Life Cycle Analysis).

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Pro Ti & M-Pro W Skis

Dynastar’s “Traditional Freeride” collection sees a big update for 24/25, including four brand-new models.

The M-Pro 94 Ti and M-Pro 100 Ti are totally new shapes, as are the skis that mirror them in the women’s collection, the M-Pro 92 W and M-Pro 98 W. The M-Pro Ti skis and M-Pro W skis share similar shapes, rocker profiles, and cores, but the “Ti” versions add a partial layer of titanal metal, similar to the one used in the 23/24 M-Pro skis.

From a shape perspective, it looks like Dynastar has reduced the early tapering at the skis’ tips, widened their tips and tails a bit, and correspondingly tightened their stated sidecut radii (e.g., 18 meters for the 186 cm M-Pro 100 Ti vs. 22 meters for the 186 cm M-Pro 99). They also reportedly made the tails slightly more rockered and more tapered.

The M-Pro 108 will return constructionally unchanged for 24/25, but with new graphics.

Here’s what Dynastar says about the new M-Pro W skis:

“The skis in the new M-Pro W range are traditional freeride models designed for skiers of all proficiency levels, but featuring a new structure, namely a tail with more rocker to ensure easier pivoting and produce a more playful ski, without compromising the traditional stability of the M-Pro range. These French-made skis are engineered to help women skiers push the boundaries, carve their own tracks and feel alive, free and confident. Harnessing the eco-designed Hybrid Core 2.0 technology, the new M-Pro 92 W and M-Pro 98 W models have been designed for intermediate to expert women skiers.”

And here’s what they have to say about the new M-Pro Ti skis:

“Produced in France, the skis in the M-Pro range are traditional freeride skis incorporating a new structure that reinforces the front and rear rocker for even greater fun and easier pivoting without losing any power underfoot or compromising the renowned stability of the M-Pro range. The new M-Pro 100 Ti and M-Pro 94 models have been designed for intermediate to expert skiers and feature the eco-designed Hybrid Core 2.0 technology.”

Dynastar highlighted the M-Pro 100 Ti and M-Pro 92 W in their press release, so here are some of the stated specs for those skis:

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Pro 100 Ti

2024-2025 Dynastar M-Pro 100 Ti
Available Lengths: 162, 170, 178, 186 cm
Stated Dimensions (186 cm): 134-100-124 mm
Stated Sidecut Radius (186 cm): 18 m
Stated Weight per Ski (186 cm): 2000 g

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Pro 92 W

2024-2025 Dynastar M-Pro 92 W
Available Lengths: 146, 154, 162, 170, 178 cm
Stated Dimensions (178 cm): 128-94-118 mm
Stated Sidecut Radius (178 cm): 17 m
Stated Weight per Ski (178 cm): 1800 g

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Free Skis

Similar to what they tweaked in their more directional M-Pro series, Dynastar’s “Progressive Freeride” series also gets some new models. The M-Free 99 and M-Free 90 return with new graphics but the same construction, while the M-Free 108 gets the new Hybrid Core 2.0 treatment and some new length offerings.

This will be great news for those who felt caught between the previous 10-cm gaps for the first-gen M-Free 108. The 24/25 M-Free 108 will be available in 162, 170, 178, 185, and 192 cm lengths. Dynastar doesn’t appear to have made drastic changes to the rest of the ski; for the 192 cm length that’s shared between the original and new versions, the stated dimensions (138-108-128 mm), stated sidecut radius (20 m), and stated weight per ski (2250 g) are all the same.

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Free 108

The other news is that Dynastar is replacing the previous M-Free 118 with the brand-new M-Free 112. The M-Free 112 is reportedly quite similar to a ski from Dynastar’s sister brand, the Rossignol Sender Free 110, in terms of shape, mount point, and rocker profile. But the M-Free 112 uses completely different ingredients, including a Hybrid Core construction.

Here are the stated specs for the new model:

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Free 112

2024-2025 Dynastar M-Free 112
Available Lengths: 183, 190 cm
Stated Dimensions (190 cm): 141-112-133 mm
Stated Sidecut Radius (190 cm): 22 m
Stated Weight per Ski (190 cm): 2300 g

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Tour Skis

The 23/24 Dynastar M-Tour 108 was one of the first skis to get the Hybrid Core 2.0 treatment so it carries over with new graphics for 24/25, but Dynastar is also adding a new model to the collection, the M-Tour 100.

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2024-2025 Dynastar M-Tour 100

As you might guess, the M-Tour 100 is based on the new M-Pro 100 Ti platform but uses a notably lighter version of Dynastar’s Hybrid Core 2.0 layup to reportedly achieve a very low weight of 1400 grams per ski for the 186 cm length. Most of the other M-Tour skis will carry over into 24/25, aside from graphic updates.

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2024-2025 Lange RS & XT3 Ski Boots

On the boot side of things, the big news is that Lange has overhauled their longstanding RS series of race-oriented and race-inspired boots.

Visually, the most obvious change is a return to a lighter shade of blue that Lange has become known for (following the recent, brief switch to a much darker blue).

The two big performance-oriented updates include a new exterior shape and buckles for improved aerodynamics, and a new flex-adjustment system.

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Lange "Race Flex Adjust" system

Lange’s “Air Flow” concept showcased in the 24/25 RS boots is the result of a collaboration with the Formula 1 Sauber-Alfa Romeo Racing team and their wind-tunnel testing capabilities. This led Lange to tweak the shape of the outer shell and buckles to reportedly reduce the coefficient of friction and reduce air drag.

Lange’s new “Race Flex Adjust” tech consists of a PU and carbon-injected plate at the spine of the boot (replacing the typical 2 bolts there) and is meant to “enhance energy transmission between the shell and the cuff.” Rather than remove bolts from the spine to achieve a softer flex pattern, the new RS models let you swap in a “PU 53” version of the plate that reduces the stiffness by a stated 8%, but, according to Lange, it does so “without creating play or energy loss.”

Lange also says that they refined the RS liners, including a “a microfibre external and minimal seams.” They also tweaked the lacing system to “maximise the connection and closure of the liner.” Lastly, they placed “specific thermoformable paddings on the ankles for greater customization.”

Lange’s 2024-2025 RS collection follows a similar breakdown as in year’s past. The RS “World Cup” boots are their lowest-volume offerings; the RS “Race Peformance” boots feature a roomier and more anatomical 97mm- or 100mm-wide last; and the RS “Race Short Cuff” boots feature, as you might guess, shorter cuffs for smaller skiers. Here’s the full model breakdown:

RS “Race World Cup” Collection:
WORLD CUP RS ZC
WORLD CUP RS ZB
WORLD CUP RS ZA
WORLD CUP RS ZJ+
WORLD CUP RS ZA+
WORLD CUP RS ZSOFT +
WORLD CUP RS 140

RS “Race Performance” Collection:
RS 130 LV/MV
RS 120 LV
RS 110 LV/MV

RS “Race Short Cuff” Collection:
RS 120 SC LV
RS 110 SC LV
RS 100 WIDE SC MV
RS 90 SC LV
RS 70 SC LV

Lange also made subtle tweaks to some of their free-touring XT3 Free series; they get new colorways and the 130 and 140-flex models reportedly get new “booster-style” power straps.

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2024-2025 Lange RS 130 LV
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2024-2025 Lange XT3 Free 140 Pro
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2024-2025 Look Pivot 2.0 Bindings

Lastly, we’re getting an update to one of the most iconic alpine bindings on the market, in the form of the new Look Pivot 2.0.

The 24/25 Pivot 2.0 is offered in a 15 and 18 DIN version (in a new “Blue Steel” colorway), and while the all-metal toe pieces of those bindings remains essentially the same, Look has made the following updates (bulleted copy from Look):

  • Added an angle to the arms connecting the heel piece to the turntable, which makes them more adjustable for different BSL’s and slightly easier to step into.
  • Replaced the flathead in the heel with a Pozidriv screw for easier DIN adjustments and less risk of stripping
  • Reinforced heel pieces with rubber bumpers to prevent heel pieces getting damaged by ski edges
  • New 105 mm brake width added

I.e., Look seems to have avoided messing with a proven design, but the subtle updates they did make seem sensible. The Look Pivot 12 and Pivot 14 are reportedly unchanged for 24/25, aside from graphics, and Look still includes the original Look Pivot 15 and Pivot 18 in their 24/25 catalog.

We’re looking forward to spending more time on a bunch of these new products, so stay tuned for more info, and BLISTER+ members should keep an eye out for several upcoming Flash Reviews.

27 comments on “Dynastar, Lange, & Look Announce 24/25 Skis, Ski Boots, & Bindings”

    • We haven’t measured one yet but it looked similar to the Sender Free 110; my guess would be around -3 or -4 cm from true center. More centered than the M-Free 108, and substantially more so than the M-Free 118 (which was definitely the most directional of the M-Free skis).

  1. M-Pro 100 Ti has similar dimensions and lack of taper to the OG Nordica Enforcer plus a rounder tail for less “grab” in the bumps. Could be a real ripper on and off piste!

  2. Is the new 185 M-Free 108 actually a longer ski than the current 182? I ask because the current 182 M-Free 108 and 185 M-Free 99 measure the same length, but they have called one a 185.

    • Ha, I thought the same thing, but when I skied it, the 24/25 185 cm M-Free 108 definitely felt like a different ski vs. the original 182 cm M-Free 108 (the new 185 was notably more stable and less ultra-surfy). I’ll be posting a Flash Review w/ more details in the near future, and we’ll get measured lengths ASAP.

        • Not yet, but it felt considerably more composed at speed than the original 182 cm version. That ski skied pretty short, even compared to other similarly rockered and tapered skis, whereas the new 185 felt like it skied pretty true to its length (for its class; it felt a bit shorter than something more directional, like the 186 cm M-Pro 99).

  3. Lots of interesting changes here. Like Patrick I do wonder whether they knowingly or unwittingly called it Blue Steel. Having said that, looks a lovely colour with the right ski – my pink Ranger 102 FR’s have blue Tyrolia’s and look great (sadly, doesn’t improve my skiing though). In my quest to be a better skier I confess I have never thought about the aero dynamicism of my boots…

    Disappointed to see the M-Free 118 go, never skied them but had the impression from the review that they offered something different. I sometimes ski the mountain that Richard Permin calls home and you see lots of people on the 118’s with the Miami Vice topsheet. Assume though that they just don’t sell enough and the 112 continues the trend of skis at the extremes getting narrower. Agree with Rory that it’s close to the 108 so wonder if next season that will change to a 104 or 105? At least Dynastar got rid of the restaurant bathroom faux marble topsheets (I know, I know it’s trees)

  4. Does the M-Tour 100 replace the M-Tour 99? I would presume so.

    That looks like a lot of sidecut. 15 m radius on the 183? That is a bit disappointing. I think that much sidecut detracts from ski performance in certain touring situations, especially in steep, firm terrain where you’re making jump turns and sidecut is often your enemy. Also not great for crusty/punchy snow. It seems to be a departure from the current M-Tour line with narrower shovels and longer radii.

    I guess who really knows until lots of folks get time on snow…

  5. Pivots are a mans best friend. Those icey steel blue Pivy’s are sexy. I am going to the dark side for a bit however and am going to try some Strive 16 mn’s. I’m such a whore. Lovin on those 112 dim’s.

  6. You guys are glossing over the biggest news! A metal cup in the heel piece of the Pivot 2.0 so you don’t take giant chunks out of it when using your pole to get out of them.

    I am genuinely excited about his as I hate how that gets so scratched up.

  7. Just tried the 24/25 M-Free 99’s in a 185 last weekend in Engelberg, enjoyed them a great deal, felt quite lively to me, lot of fun on cut up pistes and set-up off piste

    Also tried the M-Free 112 in a 183, did feel short in front and reading the comments above now know why! Should have tried the 190, but ran out of time.

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