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Dynastar Powertrack

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I'm in the process of buying my first pair of skis.

I've settled on the Dynastar Powertrack 79, but there seems to be two different models available:

Dynastar Powertrack 79 Ca (Xpress) - http://www.dynastar.com/en-us/product/powertrack-79-ca-xpress

Dynastar Powertrack 79 Ca (Fluid X) - http://www.dynastar.com/en-us/product/powertrack-79-ca-fluid-x

The only differences appear to be the bindings, price & colour, but Dynastar's website indicates that the Xpress is more suited to beginners. Could somebody please explain what the difference is (if any) and is it worth spending the extra £50 for the Fluid X?

Jerv
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@jerv2606,
Using your link there is a question/answer about the versions:
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Hello, The binding system is the only difference between both skis. The Dynastar Team!
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LOOK NX 12 FLUID B90 (lightweight high performance 3.5 to 12 DIN) on the Fluid, LOOK XPRESS 11 B83 (lightweight 3.5 to 11 DIN) on the Xpress.

You would need a binding expert to say if they are worth the extra £50.
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Thanks. I wasn't sure if I missing something or not.
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Did you look at the Powertrack 84?

Maybe a little more versatile, while still good on piste...
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coops1967 wrote:
Did you look at the Powertrack 84?

Maybe a little more versatile, while still good on piste...


I've not really looked at the 84, because I thought they may be too wide for me at the moment.
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