Wailer 112 Alchemist Special Edition Ski - Men's by DPS Skis
DPS designed the award-winning Wailer 112 Alchemist Special Edition Ski to ride through all types of snow and feel good doing it. With a special edition top sheet, you can have a unique looking ski, but with all the classic performance that the Wailer 112 Alchemist has to offer. Its construction is strong, yet delightfully lightweight, making it your go-to for backcountry and resort days alike. The Alchemist Pure Carbon construction features a pre-impregnated pure carbon fiber laminate that dampens vibrations for a smooth, stiff feel that plows through variable conditions like a champ. On deeper days, the 112mm waist and rockered tip and tail will float you through waist-deep powder with ease and energy, while the aspen wood core keeps things playful, poppy, and responsive as you transition from powder lines to perfectly groomed corduroy. A surprisingly nimble turn radius gives this ski an effortless feel so you can carve groomers and maneuver through tight, steep trees without ever stopping to catch your breath.
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