DPS Skis Wailer 112 RP Ski - Special Edition

DPS Skis Wailer 112 RP Ski - Special Edition
DPS Skis Wailer 112 RP Ski - Special Edition
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Wailer 112 RP Ski - Special Edition by DPS Skis
The Wailer 112 RP Ski combines DPS's best-selling shape with their stiffest, lightest construction, and this Special Edition includes a unique top sheet featuring the 15th anniversary Cold Smoke graphic. And cold smoke is exactly what you can expect when you ride this ski. It's light enough for touring, wide enough for powder, and stiff enough for a rowdy ride. Classic RP shaping turns remarkably tight for a powder ski so you can rip around trees without an issue. DPS's Alchemist construction include prepreg carbon laminates covering the stiff aspen wood core with vibration-dampening addtives for a stiff feel that's light enough for touring.

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SKU: DPKC01O
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