DPS Skis Koala F119 Ski

DPS Skis Koala F119 Ski
DPS Skis Koala F119 Ski
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Koala F119 Ski by DPS Skis
Built for powder-hungry animals like the DPS Cinematic skiers (and yourself, naturally), the DPS Koala F119 Ski is a hard-charging fatty that wants to play in the deep, butter in the soft, and catch plenty of air. With a generous 119mm waist underfoot, it boasts a wide base for maximum float, with rockered tips and tails providing effortless sailing and the ability to ski out of your landings switch. Traditional camber underfoot helps you carve when you find yourself riding the groomers back to the lift line, with a high-angle taper on the edges for immediate response no matter what type of snow you're hitting. Bamboo and poplar in the core enhance the Koala's natural inclination to float, all with the added strength of lightweight carbon stringers and triaxial fiberglass, so you still obtain powerful response and handling when the blower pow turns to chopped-up crud.

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SKU: DPK0028
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