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Pagoda Tour ski review

DPS Pagoda Tour 112 Review

Light, Playful Powder Touring Machine – The Pagoda Tour 112 RP In the words of DPS, “The best untracked snow is worth walking for.” And that’s the motivation behind the new DPS Pagoda Tour skis, including the Pagoda Tour 112 RP. Following in the playful powder tracks of their lightweight Tour 1 skis, the design wizards at DPS bring us… Read More

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DPS Lotus 124

DPS Lotus 124 2.0

DPS Lotus 124 2.0 – Alchemist Edition For the most part, backcountry ski waist widths have settled into the 100-115mm zone the last couple of seasons. You can confidently grab a pair of skis with a waist in the low hundreds for just about any day of touring. Between rocker, sidecut and lightweight core materials, these skis are agile, light,… Read More

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Stone's Throw Ski Movie Trailer

DPS Cinematic – Stone’s Throw Ski Movie Trailer

Stone’s Throw Ski Film – Full Movie DPS skis kicks off winter with Stone’s Throw, a ski film (big surprise) that features skiing in the Wasatch just a stone’s throw from DPS HQ in Salt Lake City. DPS Cinematic // Stone’s Throw from DPS SKIS on Vimeo.

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DPS Lotus 124 Powder Skis

DPS Lotus 124 When asked for backcountry ski recommendations, I often turn the conversation to where the ski will see most of its use. And for most of us, this means mixed snow conditions, which usually leads to talking about skis in an all-purpose backcountry range of something like 100-114 mm underfoot. It’s the rare person who is looking for a dedicated… Read More

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DPS Skis Cinematic

DPS Skis Cinematic – Reflections

DPS Skis Cinematic – REFLECTIONS Few places deliver epic early season powder ski conditions as reliably as British Columbia’s Monashee Range. We were lucky enough to be up at Sol Mountain Lodge in the Monashee while the DPS Skis crew was filming this edition of the DPS Cinematic series last December. It was a great week of classic, deep Monashee pow, but… Read More

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