On the fun and fast end of the carving spectrum, the Dynastar Speed 963 skis with bindings have the heart of a racehorse and the style points of a fashion model. Thanks to Dynastar's innovative construction and shaping techniques, advanced and expert skiers will be able to light it up out there on the hill, making some of the cleanest and roundest turns at the highest speeds possible. Ideally suited for groomed terrain, the skis boast a super-skinny 68-mm waist width, so these skis will hold tight on the hardest of snow conditions. In the 168 cm length, the 963 produces a 13-meter turn radius, so when that's combined with the width, these skis fall more into the slalom end of the ski racing spectrum. Due to the construction, though, they end up being more accessible for us mere mortal, non-World Cup racing skiers. Built with a poplar wood core and V-Tech technology, these skis are strong and stout without being too stiff, resulting in something you can truly get up on edge and carve a clean turn. The V-Tech puts more material over the edges of the skis, and this makes it about as smooth and stable as it gets when the edges are engaged. Add to that a slight tip rocker profile to help engage and transtion the turns, you're going to feel like a citizens version of your favorite slalom skier. If you're looking for precision in a short-carved turn, look no further than the Dynastar Speed 963.