DPS Skis Wailer A112 RP Ski

DPS Skis Wailer A112 RP Ski
DPS Skis Wailer A112 RP Ski
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Wailer A112 RP Ski by DPS Skis
The Wailer Ski is a favorite of backcountry skiers due to its versatile performance. You can ride down pow, crud, and everything in between with the Wailer strapped to your foot, and the ski always feels delightfully lightweight on the skintrack. DPS updated the Wailer A112 RP Ski with an overhauled construction that stiffens the ski for a more stable ride when you're cranking high-speed turns. The Alchemist construction also adds vibration-dampening units at the tip and tail of the ski's Pure Carbon construction to provide a smoother ride through mixed and firm conditions, too. DPS also updated this ski with raised binding plates, vertical sidewalls, and a sustainable aspen wood core to simultaneously tighten the turn radius and increase durability.

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SKU: DPK002D
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