At the center of the new Cassiar offerings is the 87mm edition. It’s arguably the most versatile of the newly released Cassiar line. The Cassiar 87 is the perfect choice for everyday resort use where you are 50 percent off-piste and 50 percent on-piste. The C87 carries all the performance and refinement DNA of a C2 ski.
At the center of the new Uschi line is the 87mm edition. A perfect choice for everyday resort use where off-piste takes slightly more precedence than on-piste. Targeting your ski choice to the conditions you most frequently encounter is a fine luxury (i.e. building your dream quiver), and the Uschi 87 tips the scale to slightly favor off-piste over on. C2 Chassis.
Classic shape, custom top-sheet art. Limited-Edition offering for Dreamtime When it first debuted, the Wailer 112 was a groundbreaking shape in the ski world, dominating ski tests and making skiers better. This ski has indeed become a fan-favorite. With the RP moniker, telling of its Resort-Pow domination, it has the versatility for absolute control and g-force generation on hardpack, while cradling the rider into the world of powder planing performance in deeper snow. It consistently, and playfully, delivers powder versatility, with ease-of-use, in varying conditions. Up your game.
The DPS Wailer A100 RP Ski continues the legacy of DPS's premier deep snow ski that is known for its best-selling shape, deep rocker profile, and lightweight but responsive construction. The ski-able shape is created by the combination of taper in the tip and tail and a short 15m turn radius. The taper in the tip and tail allows you to break the edges free for extremely quick pivoting control, while the 15m turn radius encourages tight slalom turns when you really lay into the edge. This control is accentuated by the deep rocker in the tip and tail that further helps you break the edge free when needed, and the camber underfoot that allows you to hold a firm edge when the snow gets less soft.
The all-mountain classic is reborn with a fresh C2 Chassis. We have worked hard in the lab and on-mountain to fine-tune optimum geometric ratios for sidecut and flex pattern, and the newly minted 106 reflects the most current blend of smoothness, balance, and power; in an all-mountain, everyday shape designed for mixed snow conditions.
If you live in a consistently snowy region that usually delivers in centimeters or inches, not feet and meters, then the Wailers 106mm waist is an ideal central piece of your quiver. The Wailer 106 Tour1 is ultralight and polite in the skin track. Keep it broad, with one ski in your bag for a utility knife approach that delivers broad pleasure and predictable precision due to its Chassis-driven rocker and sidecut design.
The Zelda 106 Tour1 offers a seriously fun touring package. It is arguably the safe centerpiece for touring in the widest range of conditions. Mount tech bindings on the Zelda and use it from scrappy early November action to that last magical June corn day and everything in-between. Many will argue that the Zeldas waist-width and turn radius combination delivers the most terrain/snow range of any ski design in existence.
The Nina 99 has forged its place as an amazing and true touring pow shape for many women. 100mm underfoot combined with healthy tip and tail rocker provides ample planing performance. This unique shaping combination is now mated with a Tour1 build to create a special, versatile and surfy experience in an incredibly efficient uphill package.
Hot off the presses: introducing the new Wailer Grom (148cm and 158cm), $499 USD. This new junior ski arrives just in time for a full season of gravity operations. Following countless requests over the years from both parents and young shredders alike, we are proud to introduce an all-mountain/mixed snow offering for those making their way up through the ranks. When you are still light and shorter with less overall mass to float, 87mm underfoot provides ample lift in all but the deepest snow. The relationship of ski surface area to body size should feel equivalent to a 106mm underfoot ski driven by a full grown adult. The tapered tips and tails and subtle rocker cues blend the Grom’s ability to carve on the groomers while providing predictable, high-performance security and balance in crud and mixed snow. For everyday riding in places that offer good off-piste, the Wailer Grom will open up new sensations and opportunities toward building technical, high performance skiing in the big mountains for the younger set.
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