The new dynasty Glory range has four skis in the family and the 84 model sits right in the middle width wise.
The full sandwich sidewall construction and lightweight wood core aim to deliver strength, versatility and solid edge grip - similar to the men's skis - but with a more stable natural stance set up and positioning for women.
We found that the considered tip and tail rocker made it really easy to enter and exit the turn, but overall they can be a little unstable at speed and we didn't always find the edge grip held well on hard packed snow.
We felt that they can generally feel a bit flighty, especially if you're used to skiing on a more aggressive men's set up. They'd suit a more cautious woman skier who's up for pleasant cruising and not hard charging around.
The set-up is also aimed at reducing fatigue so intermediate-advanced skiers can spend longer on the mountain.