Dynastar develops skis to meet the demands of the most challenging mountains in the world
Dynastar is a winter sports company based in Sallanches, France. To date it is the only French ski factory producing "Origine France Guarantee" certified skis. Founded in 1963, the name Dynastar was born when Les Plastiques Synthétiques, manufacturers of Starflex skis, collaborated with Dynamic on a new compound ski. The Dynastar brand is owned by the Rossignol Group. The Dynastar ski division is run as a separate entity and is responsible for creating stand alone products separate from the rest of the Rossignol Group.
Chamonix is Dynastar’s base camp, and its inspiration. It is the starting point for the most awe-inspiring adventures; those that push you to surpass your own limits and thrive in pursuit of the most legendary peaks. Dynastar's devotion to skiers pushes them to painstaking attention-to-detail in their skis. They develop inspired, innovative solutions to meets the demands of the most challenging mountains in the world.
In addition to all-mountain skis, Dynastar has also had good success with race skis. Tommy Moe of the United States won gold in the 1994 Olympic Downill on Dynastar race skis. Kjetil Andre Aamodt of Norway was the runner-up in that race and he was also on Dynastar skis. Later, Julien Lizeroux of France had great success on Dynastar skis in the slalom with three World Cup slalom wins and two silver medals at the 2009 World Championships.