DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 112 RP Alpine Touring Ski

DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 112 RP Alpine Touring Ski
DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 112 RP Alpine Touring Ski
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Pagoda Tour 112 RP Alpine Touring Ski by DPS Skis
You don't always tour the backcountry, but when you do you do it for one thing and one thing alone--deep, untouched snow. And you want more than one serving. Thankfully the Pagoda Tour 112 RP Skis are there for exactly that. As the widest skis in DPS's Pagoda Tour lineup, they float on contact. And 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, leaving you with energy to do it again. And again. And again.

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