DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 94 C2 Alpine Touring Ski

DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 94 C2 Alpine Touring Ski
DPS Skis Pagoda Tour 94 C2 Alpine Touring Ski
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Pagoda Tour 94 C2 Alpine Touring Ski by DPS Skis
You're out there to ski, yes, and sometimes you like to push the boundaries of where you can go and what you can accomplish. Since you enjoy soft snow but it's certainly not a prerequisite for long days in the backcountry, the Pagoda Tour 94 C2 Skis are right up your alley. Their 94mm waist falls a little narrower than some fatty powder skis out there, but what they lose in surfing prowess they gain in uphill efficiency and nimble all-condition carving. With a unique construction that marries the alpine performance of a full sidewall construction with a lightweight, responsive core, these make one killer ticket to backcountry access.

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SKU: DPKC024
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