DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Alpine Touring Ski

DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Alpine Touring Ski
DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Alpine Touring Ski
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Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Alpine Touring Ski by DPS Skis
You said goodbye to lift lines a long time ago. Unfortunately the backcountry isn't always blissful post-storm heaven. No biggie--you've got the Pagoda Tour 106C Skis under your feet. With rockered tips and a generous effective edge, these sticks can handle everything from spring corn to refrozen mank. And their versatility doesn't just extend to the fun downhill part of your tour. Thanks to a unique construction that marries the alpine performance of a full sidewall construction with a lightweight, responsive core, these touring sticks float all the way up the skintrack before letting you rally down in all conditions.

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