DPS Skis Lotus 115 RP C Powderworks Ski

DPS Skis Lotus 115 RP C Powderworks Ski
DPS Skis Lotus 115 RP C Powderworks Ski
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Lotus 115 RP C Powderworks Ski by DPS Skis
DPS knew they had created something truly unique with the Alchemist RP when it comes to maximizing enjoyment in soft snow conditions. Although for some, there was a desire for more when it came down to performance in less-than-ideal snow conditions like crud or tracked-up powder, as well as charging steep fall lines. Thusly, the Lotus 115 RPC Powderworks edition of the ski was born and the esteemed Alchemist shape was revised to become a powerful, crud-busting weapon for resort and sidecountry skiers looking to push their limits. A slightly longer sidecut radius encourages arcing longer turns at speed, catering to big-mountain skiers and resort chargers. The slightly stiffer flex profile is complemented by decreased tip and tail height to plane more predictably in variable snow, and provide stability when doing so.

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SKU: DPKC023
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