DPS Skis Wailer A106 C2 Ski

DPS Skis Wailer A106 C2 Ski
DPS Skis Wailer A106 C2 Ski
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Wailer A106 C2 Ski by DPS Skis
Out of every plank in DPS's best-selling Wailer collection, the Wailer A106 C2 Ski is one of the most aggressive options for all-mountain riding. It boasts DPS's damp Alchemist Pure Carbon construction in a powerful C2 chassis that gives more edge control and a longer turn radius ideal for advanced skiers looking for better stability and a faster ride. The Wailer's versatile profile includes a 106mm waist that should handle most snow conditions at the resort on any given day, from pow days to bluebird grooming. To ensure all of these designs work as intended DPS built this ski with their highest quality resort layup, Alchemist. Alchemist consists of carbon fiber layers sandwiched around an Aspen core with full length sidewalls. This creates a durable, responsive, and lightweight package that will grow your confidence with every turn. Unlike most skis with carbon layers, the Alchemist uses preimpregnated carbon to ensure an infinite flex that never breaks down. It keeps weight at a minimum and stiffness to the max, and there are vibration-dampening tips to cut down the chatter at high speeds.

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SKU: DPK002G
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