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The Pagoda Tour 90 RP is a versatile, do-it-all touring ski ready for any extended mountain mission, equally at home on the front side of your favourite ski area for those early morning fitness laps. With a softer flex pattern optimized for lightweight boots and bindings in mixed conditions, the RP shaping family has always placed an emphasis on ease of use and manoeuvrability. The 90mm waist stays out of the way on kick turns and offers a lightweight platform for uphill speed. This all results in a ski perfect for tackling strenuous backcountry routes where lightweight efficiency is key, even in conditions where a wider ski might be tempting.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type An ideal choice for lighter bindings so you can do longer tours and still have a ski that has float for fresh snow. The shape and flex aim it more at playful skiing than charging steeper, technical routes, but thanks to the Carbon construction it is not short of grip when things get firm.BC skiers who want a balance of weight saving and a ski big enough to deal with more than just packed snow – they want some float for when the uphill is going to be rewarded with fresh snow turns! Yet it isn’t so big that it becomes cumbersome or tricky.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. 90mm underfoot provides enough platform for all conditions without being too wide; the tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1651179010515171118901061517911990106151841209010615General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 100 RP will quickly become DPS’ most nimble, versatile backcountry ski, offering unrivalled float for a 100mm waist width. The playful RP shaping characteristics lend predictable, intuitive turns in a lightweight ski that is equally at home on low-angle meadows and steep, committing couloirs. The Pagoda Tour 100 RP is perfect for backcountry skiers who get out and amongst the mountains no matter the conditions. Featuring the updated Pagoda Tour construction and the new Third Rail technology, the playful yet predictable nature of the Pagoda Tour 100 offers plenty of suspension for slashing, drifting, and pressing that is unprecedented for skis in this waist width and weight category.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type A real mix, from mellow powder fields to more technical, steep descents. The 100mm waist will work in a variety of conditions without feeling compromised.Skier TypeBC skiers who want a versatile option for using whatever the conditions. They’ll accept some extra weight from the width so that the have a bigger platform for when the snow is deeper or just requires a bigger ski to through it than some of skinny, uphill focussed models that struggle in heavy or choppy stuff.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 100mm provides impressive float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep a fun. surfy feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) This is one of the most versatile tour skis I’ve been on. Not only is it light for it’s dimensions it also rips the piste as well as it handles and floats in the off-piste too. I’m not usually a fan of “tour” skis, but these put a big smile on my face.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)163130100115151280171131100116151370179132100117151480184133100118151550General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 100 RP will quickly become DPS’ most nimble, versatile backcountry ski, offering unrivalled float for a 100mm waist width. The playful RP shaping characteristics lend predictable, intuitive turns in a lightweight ski that is equally at home on low-angle meadows and steep, committing couloirs. The Pagoda Tour 100 RP is perfect for backcountry skiers who get out and amongst the mountains no matter the conditions. Featuring the updated Pagoda Tour construction and the new Third Rail technology, the playful yet predictable nature of the Pagoda Tour 100 offers plenty of suspension for slashing, drifting, and pressing that is unprecedented for skis in this waist width and weight category.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type A real mix, from mellow powder fields to more technical, steep descents. The 100mm waist will work in a variety of conditions without feeling compromised.Skier TypeBC skiers who want a versatile option for using whatever the conditions. They’ll accept some extra weight from the width so that the have a bigger platform for when the snow is deeper or just requires a bigger ski to through it than some of skinny, uphill focussed models that struggle in heavy or choppy stuff.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 100mm provides impressive float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep a fun. surfy feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) This is one of the most versatile tour skis I’ve been on. Not only is it light for it’s dimensions it also rips the piste as well as it handles and floats in the off-piste too. I’m not usually a fan of “tour” skis, but these put a big smile on my face.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)163130100115151280171131100116151370179132100117151480184133100118151550General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
The Pagoda Tour 90 RP is a versatile, do-it-all touring ski ready for any extended mountain mission, equally at home on the front side of your favourite ski area for those early morning fitness laps. With a softer flex pattern optimized for lightweight boots and bindings in mixed conditions, the RP shaping family has always placed an emphasis on ease of use and manoeuvrability. The 90mm waist stays out of the way on kick turns and offers a lightweight platform for uphill speed. This all results in a ski perfect for tackling strenuous backcountry routes where lightweight efficiency is key, even in conditions where a wider ski might be tempting.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type An ideal choice for lighter bindings so you can do longer tours and still have a ski that has float for fresh snow. The shape and flex aim it more at playful skiing than charging steeper, technical routes, but thanks to the Carbon construction it is not short of grip when things get firm.BC skiers who want a balance of weight saving and a ski big enough to deal with more than just packed snow – they want some float for when the uphill is going to be rewarded with fresh snow turns! Yet it isn’t so big that it becomes cumbersome or tricky.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. 90mm underfoot provides enough platform for all conditions without being too wide; the tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1651179010515171118901061517911990106151841209010615General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 112 RP is the strongest descending touring model DPS have ever developed -- a surprisingly versatile option that can be your go-to powder ski and a do-it-all touring option. Fast and light on the skin track with our updated Tour layup, RP shaping provides an approachable, surf-inspired turning radius of 15 m and a tapered tip that ensures you always stay on top of the snow. Our new Third Rail Technology implements a third sidewall down the centre of the ski’s core, providing torsional stability and suspension reminiscent of an alpine ski, with a high enjoyment-to-effort ratio on the way up and a floaty and nimble ride on the way down.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Deeper snow is where it will shine, so it wants bowls and powder fields rather than steep, technical chutes, but the shape means it will handle all kinds of terrain with easy handling.Skier TypeSkiers who want a ski light enough to take them far, but with the width and shape to really enjoy the descent when the snow is fresh and deep. Definitely more playful than powerful, it’s for skiers want to enjoy the turns with a surfy feel.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151370178140112125151510184140112127151590189General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 112 RP is the strongest descending touring model DPS have ever developed -- a surprisingly versatile option that can be your go-to powder ski and a do-it-all touring option. Fast and light on the skin track with our updated Tour layup, RP shaping provides an approachable, surf-inspired turning radius of 15 m and a tapered tip that ensures you always stay on top of the snow. Our new Third Rail Technology implements a third sidewall down the centre of the ski’s core, providing torsional stability and suspension reminiscent of an alpine ski, with a high enjoyment-to-effort ratio on the way up and a floaty and nimble ride on the way down.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Deeper snow is where it will shine, so it wants bowls and powder fields rather than steep, technical chutes, but the shape means it will handle all kinds of terrain with easy handling.Skier TypeSkiers who want a ski light enough to take them far, but with the width and shape to really enjoy the descent when the snow is fresh and deep. Definitely more playful than powerful, it’s for skiers want to enjoy the turns with a surfy feel.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151370178140112125151510184140112127151590189General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 112 RP is the strongest descending touring model DPS have ever developed -- a surprisingly versatile option that can be your go-to powder ski and a do-it-all touring option. Fast and light on the skin track with our updated Tour layup, RP shaping provides an approachable, surf-inspired turning radius of 15 m and a tapered tip that ensures you always stay on top of the snow. Our new Third Rail Technology implements a third sidewall down the centre of the ski’s core, providing torsional stability and suspension reminiscent of an alpine ski, with a high enjoyment-to-effort ratio on the way up and a floaty and nimble ride on the way down.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Deeper snow is where it will shine, so it wants bowls and powder fields rather than steep, technical chutes, but the shape means it will handle all kinds of terrain with easy handling.Skier TypeSkiers who want a ski light enough to take them far, but with the width and shape to really enjoy the descent when the snow is fresh and deep. Definitely more playful than powerful, it’s for skiers want to enjoy the turns with a surfy feel.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151370178140112125151510184140112127151590189General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 112 RP is the strongest descending touring model DPS have ever developed -- a surprisingly versatile option that can be your go-to powder ski and a do-it-all touring option. Fast and light on the skin track with our updated Tour layup, RP shaping provides an approachable, surf-inspired turning radius of 15 m and a tapered tip that ensures you always stay on top of the snow. Our new Third Rail Technology implements a third sidewall down the centre of the ski’s core, providing torsional stability and suspension reminiscent of an alpine ski, with a high enjoyment-to-effort ratio on the way up and a floaty and nimble ride on the way down.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Deeper snow is where it will shine, so it wants bowls and powder fields rather than steep, technical chutes, but the shape means it will handle all kinds of terrain with easy handling.Skier TypeSkiers who want a ski light enough to take them far, but with the width and shape to really enjoy the descent when the snow is fresh and deep. Definitely more playful than powerful, it’s for skiers want to enjoy the turns with a surfy feel.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151370178140112125151510184140112127151590189General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
The Pagoda Tour 90 RP is a versatile, do-it-all touring ski ready for any extended mountain mission, equally at home on the front side of your favourite ski area for those early morning fitness laps. With a softer flex pattern optimized for lightweight boots and bindings in mixed conditions, the RP shaping family has always placed an emphasis on ease of use and manoeuvrability. The 90mm waist stays out of the way on kick turns and offers a lightweight platform for uphill speed. This all results in a ski perfect for tackling strenuous backcountry routes where lightweight efficiency is key, even in conditions where a wider ski might be tempting.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type An ideal choice for lighter bindings so you can do longer tours and still have a ski that has float for fresh snow. The shape and flex aim it more at playful skiing than charging steeper, technical routes, but thanks to the Carbon construction it is not short of grip when things get firm.BC skiers who want a balance of weight saving and a ski big enough to deal with more than just packed snow – they want some float for when the uphill is going to be rewarded with fresh snow turns! Yet it isn’t so big that it becomes cumbersome or tricky.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. 90mm underfoot provides enough platform for all conditions without being too wide; the tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1651179010515171118901061517911990106151841209010615General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
The Pagoda Tour 90 RP is a versatile, do-it-all touring ski ready for any extended mountain mission, equally at home on the front side of your favourite ski area for those early morning fitness laps. With a softer flex pattern optimized for lightweight boots and bindings in mixed conditions, the RP shaping family has always placed an emphasis on ease of use and manoeuvrability. The 90mm waist stays out of the way on kick turns and offers a lightweight platform for uphill speed. This all results in a ski perfect for tackling strenuous backcountry routes where lightweight efficiency is key, even in conditions where a wider ski might be tempting.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type An ideal choice for lighter bindings so you can do longer tours and still have a ski that has float for fresh snow. The shape and flex aim it more at playful skiing than charging steeper, technical routes, but thanks to the Carbon construction it is not short of grip when things get firm.BC skiers who want a balance of weight saving and a ski big enough to deal with more than just packed snow – they want some float for when the uphill is going to be rewarded with fresh snow turns! Yet it isn’t so big that it becomes cumbersome or tricky.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. 90mm underfoot provides enough platform for all conditions without being too wide; the tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)1651179010515171118901061517911990106151841209010615General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
The Pagoda Lotus 124 improves upon DPS’ storied and rich powder ski heritage. With a tapered tip that is reminiscent of proven DPS designs of the past, and its relatively low and gradual rocker, this is the ideal tool for the experienced powder skier looking to plane to the snow’s surface quickly. Based on 15-plus years of testing, the well-balanced flex profile is optimised to encourage large radius surfy turns in open powder fields and stomping high-speed airs. equally at home when ducking into your favourite secret stash in the woods, turn shapes can quickly be shortened when nimble reactivity is needed. When the days are deep and the stoke is high, it’s time to reach for ‘Big Red’.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The Lotus 124 is a dedicated powder ski. One to bring out when the conditions are on and you want to amplify all the feelings.Skier TypeGood skiers who want a pure powder ski to add to the quiver.OverviewShapeLotus-shaped skis embody the quest for the perfect powder turn. They feature larger turn radii that encourage big, sweeping turns, elongated rocker lines that allow the skis to quickly plane to the surface and pivot easily, and fat waist widths that generate the floatation and speed desired by experienced powder pilots. These skis were created to make the absolute most out of every powder turn.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker, 55% effective edge. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and stable 23m radius.CoreThe horizontally laminated core uses aspen next to the edges with another hard wood, ash, laid in the middle, over the top of the lighter paulownia. This mix of 3 woods provides exactly the right blend of strength, weight, and durability. Above and below this are the propriety carbon laminates that give DPS skis their unique feeling.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) Floatation is second to none. The shape provides a surfy, relaxed feel on soft snow and it’s surprisingly manoeuvrable in case you need to chuck in a few tighter turns, but their sweet spot is fast wide-open turns in the deepest snow you can find.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)185141124131231950191142124132232110General InformationSkier Ability: expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 100 RP will quickly become DPS’ most nimble, versatile backcountry ski, offering unrivalled float for a 100mm waist width. The playful RP shaping characteristics lend predictable, intuitive turns in a lightweight ski that is equally at home on low-angle meadows and steep, committing couloirs. The Pagoda Tour 100 RP is perfect for backcountry skiers who get out and amongst the mountains no matter the conditions. Featuring the updated Pagoda Tour construction and the new Third Rail technology, the playful yet predictable nature of the Pagoda Tour 100 offers plenty of suspension for slashing, drifting, and pressing that is unprecedented for skis in this waist width and weight category.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type A real mix, from mellow powder fields to more technical, steep descents. The 100mm waist will work in a variety of conditions without feeling compromised.Skier TypeBC skiers who want a versatile option for using whatever the conditions. They’ll accept some extra weight from the width so that the have a bigger platform for when the snow is deeper or just requires a bigger ski to through it than some of skinny, uphill focussed models that struggle in heavy or choppy stuff.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 100mm provides impressive float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep a fun. surfy feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) This is one of the most versatile tour skis I’ve been on. Not only is it light for it’s dimensions it also rips the piste as well as it handles and floats in the off-piste too. I’m not usually a fan of “tour” skis, but these put a big smile on my face.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)163130100115151280171131100116151370179132100117151480184133100118151550General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
The new Pagoda Tour 100 RP will quickly become DPS’ most nimble, versatile backcountry ski, offering unrivalled float for a 100mm waist width. The playful RP shaping characteristics lend predictable, intuitive turns in a lightweight ski that is equally at home on low-angle meadows and steep, committing couloirs. The Pagoda Tour 100 RP is perfect for backcountry skiers who get out and amongst the mountains no matter the conditions. Featuring the updated Pagoda Tour construction and the new Third Rail technology, the playful yet predictable nature of the Pagoda Tour 100 offers plenty of suspension for slashing, drifting, and pressing that is unprecedented for skis in this waist width and weight category.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type A real mix, from mellow powder fields to more technical, steep descents. The 100mm waist will work in a variety of conditions without feeling compromised.Skier TypeBC skiers who want a versatile option for using whatever the conditions. They’ll accept some extra weight from the width so that the have a bigger platform for when the snow is deeper or just requires a bigger ski to through it than some of skinny, uphill focussed models that struggle in heavy or choppy stuff.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 100mm provides impressive float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep a fun. surfy feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreAsh has aerospace grade foam stringers interspersed and Paulownia overlaid, creating a light buy strong core that has plenty of life and response. Third Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.ConstructionThe updated Pagoda Tour construction benefits from meticulous attention to detail across the entire R+D process, from sourcing materials to finding the most optimal ratios between them. DPS have introduced Algal sidewalls and Third Rail Technology that are approximately 68% bio-based content improving performance and product sustainability. Their proprietary carbon laminate provides power and energy that’s balanced with an ash and paulownia wood species, and aerospace grade foam core. The final product is a construction, that encourages the skier to lap the skin track to their hearts content and enjoy the descent with the utmost confidence.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.Third Rail TechnologyThird Rail Technology uses bio-based Algal Technology to improve stability.eB tester’s comments: Mark (Trainer) This is one of the most versatile tour skis I’ve been on. Not only is it light for it’s dimensions it also rips the piste as well as it handles and floats in the off-piste too. I’m not usually a fan of “tour” skis, but these put a big smile on my face.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)163130100115151280171131100116151370179132100117151480184133100118151550General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon, Algal TechDemo: No [Full Details]
DPS are the masters of carbon constructed skis and with the new Pagoda series they've taken resort-based all mountain skiing to a new level. The 90RP model is ready to slice up corduroy with precision turns while still comfortably releasing the edge on trickier terrain. The combination of this impeccable handling, a 90mm waist and clever shaping make it the ideal choice for all mountain skiers who want both intuitive response and a surfy feel.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Don't be fooled by the name, it does excel on piste but it rips all mountain too thanks to the RP shaping and progressive taper. Tight trees are no problem, fresh powder slopes are a delight and bumps are hassle-free. Carbon layers mean medium and long radius turns feel precise; the width and design ensure playful handling in softer snow and away from pistes.Skier TypeConfident skiers who want a playful ski. Most adventures will be lift based which means plenty of piste skiing, but the lure of snow through the trees and away from marked runs is going to be a constant temptation. You don't need to be an expert to get the best from them.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. 90mm underfoot provides enough platform for all conditions without being too wide; the tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.Technical SpecificationsSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)171118901051515601791199010615171518412090107151780General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced/expertTerrain Type: All Mountain Rocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon Demo: YesSizing Description: Nose level to forehead height is ideal, but longer length is important if there is a bigger rocker or you're spending more time off piste where the extra stability and float a larger size provides will be beneficial. [Full Details]
DPS are the masters of carbon constructed skis and with the new Pagoda series they've taken resort-based all mountain skiing to a new level. The 90RP model is ready to slice up corduroy with precision turns while still comfortably releasing the edge on trickier terrain. The combination of this impeccable handling, a 90mm waist and clever shaping make it the ideal choice for all mountain skiers who want both intuitive response and a surfy feel.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type Don't be fooled by the name, it does excel on piste but it rips all mountain too thanks to the RP shaping and progressive taper. Tight trees are no problem, fresh powder slopes are a delight and bumps are hassle-free. Carbon layers mean medium and long radius turns feel precise; the width and design ensure playful handling in softer snow and away from pistes.Skier TypeConfident skiers who want a playful ski. Most adventures will be lift based which means plenty of piste skiing, but the lure of snow through the trees and away from marked runs is going to be a constant temptation. You don't need to be an expert to get the best from them.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. 90mm underfoot provides enough platform for all conditions without being too wide; the tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.Technical SpecificationsSize (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)171118901051515601791199010615171518412090107151780General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced/expertTerrain Type: All Mountain Rocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Full SidewallCore: Wood, Carbon Demo: YesSizing Description: Nose level to forehead height is ideal, but longer length is important if there is a bigger rocker or you're spending more time off piste where the extra stability and float a larger size provides will be beneficial. [Full Details]
If you like to get off the beaten track in search of powder yet still enjoy doing high-speed piste laps, then the Pagoda 100 RP deserves your attention. Its 100mm waist is supremely stable whatever the conditions and the full length pre-preg carbon ensures the ski comes alive on firm snow. This construction and 15m radius make it feel light and responsive in a way unlike any other 100mm ski. The long nose profile refines the ride when it’s choppy snow and gives silky smooth floatation when you find powder.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The 100 simply works whatever the conditions. It carves and cruises on pistes a like a top-end ski, and thanks to the width and construction it deals with any conditions when you get it off-piste. In powder the rocker and RP shaping create effortless turns. This is the ski to take when you need something to work everywhere.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert skiers wanting all condition performance from one ski. It may be easy to ski but it does also have a huge performance range thanks to the high-tech construction. The shape and flex make it more on the playful side than powerful, but this doesn’t mean it isn’t lively or responsive.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 100mm provides impressive float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep a fun. surfy feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.eB tester’s comments: Chris (Covent Garden) Floated very well, for something only 100 underfoot it felt much wider. Amazing piste handling and performance for its width, a fantastic option for someone looking for an all-mountain ski that is soft snow focused.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)171131100116151760179132100117151805184133100118151880General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: No [Full Details]
If you like to get off the beaten track in search of powder yet still enjoy doing high-speed piste laps, then the Pagoda 100 RP deserves your attention. Its 100mm waist is supremely stable whatever the conditions and the full length pre-preg carbon ensures the ski comes alive on firm snow. This construction and 15m radius make it feel light and responsive in a way unlike any other 100mm ski. The long nose profile refines the ride when it’s choppy snow and gives silky smooth floatation when you find powder.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The 100 simply works whatever the conditions. It carves and cruises on pistes a like a top-end ski, and thanks to the width and construction it deals with any conditions when you get it off-piste. In powder the rocker and RP shaping create effortless turns. This is the ski to take when you need something to work everywhere.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert skiers wanting all condition performance from one ski. It may be easy to ski but it does also have a huge performance range thanks to the high-tech construction. The shape and flex make it more on the playful side than powerful, but this doesn’t mean it isn’t lively or responsive.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 100mm provides impressive float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep a fun. surfy feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.eB tester’s comments: Chris (Covent Garden) Floated very well, for something only 100 underfoot it felt much wider. Amazing piste handling and performance for its width, a fantastic option for someone looking for an all-mountain ski that is soft snow focused.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)171131100116151760179132100117151805184133100118151880General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: No [Full Details]
If you like to get off the beaten track in search of powder yet still enjoy doing high-speed piste laps, then the Pagoda 100 RP deserves your attention. Its 100mm waist is supremely stable whatever the conditions and the full length pre-preg carbon ensures the ski comes alive on firm snow. This construction and 15m radius make it feel light and responsive in a way unlike any other 100mm ski. The long nose profile refines the ride when it’s choppy snow and gives silky smooth floatation when you find powder.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type The 100 simply works whatever the conditions. It carves and cruises on pistes a like a top-end ski, and thanks to the width and construction it deals with any conditions when you get it off-piste. In powder the rocker and RP shaping create effortless turns. This is the ski to take when you need something to work everywhere.Skier TypeAdvanced and expert skiers wanting all condition performance from one ski. It may be easy to ski but it does also have a huge performance range thanks to the high-tech construction. The shape and flex make it more on the playful side than powerful, but this doesn’t mean it isn’t lively or responsive.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 100mm provides impressive float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep a fun. surfy feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.eB tester’s comments: Chris (Covent Garden) Floated very well, for something only 100 underfoot it felt much wider. Amazing piste handling and performance for its width, a fantastic option for someone looking for an all-mountain ski that is soft snow focused.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)171131100116151760179132100117151805184133100118151880General InformationSkier Ability: Intermediate|Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: No [Full Details]
DPS Pagoda skis use an aerospace grade pre-preg carbon laminate that sets the standards for strength-to-weight ratio and dampening on a carbon constructed ski. The Pagoda 112 RP combines generous nose and tail rockers with a 15m radius, giving unbeatable floatation, flowing turns and superb manoeuvrability for a 112mm ski. This isn’t some powder pig that wallows around pistes, the shape means it will cut carves with the best all mountain skis. It’s mix of lightness, precision and versatility makes it the most special freeride ski you're likely to come across.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s soft snow focused but skis way more easily than any other 112mm waisted ski on the market, making it a great choice for a freeride ski that isn’t just limited to powder days. It’s surprisingly fun to ski on pistes and has plenty of grip too. There is nothing else out there that has this kind of float and this much ease of turning, and that’s put together with a construction that packs plenty of grip and energy.Skier TypeAdvanced skiers who want the smoothest turns in soft snow and a ski that will be responsive and playful around the mountain. This is a unique ski, with a unique construction, that will appeal to skiers who appreciate craftsman ship and quality materials, as well as performance all over the mountain.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151670178140112125151825184140112127151920189141121129152080General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
DPS Pagoda skis use an aerospace grade pre-preg carbon laminate that sets the standards for strength-to-weight ratio and dampening on a carbon constructed ski. The Pagoda 112 RP combines generous nose and tail rockers with a 15m radius, giving unbeatable floatation, flowing turns and superb manoeuvrability for a 112mm ski. This isn’t some powder pig that wallows around pistes, the shape means it will cut carves with the best all mountain skis. It’s mix of lightness, precision and versatility makes it the most special freeride ski you're likely to come across.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s soft snow focused but skis way more easily than any other 112mm waisted ski on the market, making it a great choice for a freeride ski that isn’t just limited to powder days. It’s surprisingly fun to ski on pistes and has plenty of grip too. There is nothing else out there that has this kind of float and this much ease of turning, and that’s put together with a construction that packs plenty of grip and energy.Skier TypeAdvanced skiers who want the smoothest turns in soft snow and a ski that will be responsive and playful around the mountain. This is a unique ski, with a unique construction, that will appeal to skiers who appreciate craftsman ship and quality materials, as well as performance all over the mountain.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151670178140112125151825184140112127151920189141121129152080General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
After years of rigorous testing and development, DPS have released their most forward-thinking powder ski to-date. Combining the deep snow capabilities of the Lotus 124 with the high-octane confidence of the RPC, the result is an exceedingly capable big-mountain tool. The 117mm waist floats in the depths of mid-winter storm skiing yet remains nimble for rolling edge-to-edge at a moment’s notice on steep spines. The 21-meter turn radius takes direct influence from the RPC, supplying point-and-go stability for flashing high-alpine lines at eye-watering speeds.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s a powder ski first and foremost, capable of charging steep routes or winding back and just enjoying some mellower fresh pow slopes.Skier TypeGood skiers looking to add to their quiver with a dedicated deep snow model. It’s surprisingly easy to ski thanks to rocker and shape, but you can still put this on an edge and open the throttle thanks to the high-quality construction.OverviewShapeLotus-shaped skis embody the quest for the perfect powder turn. They feature larger turn radii that encourage big, sweeping turns, elongated rocker lines that allow the skis to quickly plane to the surface and pivot easily, and fat waist widths that generate the floatation and speed desired by experienced powder pilots. These skis were created to make the absolute most out of every powder turn.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker, 55% effective edge. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and stable 21m radius.CoreThe horizontally laminated core uses aspen next to the edges with another hard wood, ash, laid in the middle, over the top of the lighter paulownia. This mix of 3 woods provides exactly the right blend of strength, weight, and durability. Above and below this are the propriety carbon laminates that give DPS skis their unique feeling.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.eB tester’s comments: Joseph (Aviemore) Surprisingly good on the pistes and exceptionality good off-piste. They move around easily and grip well on hard snow. This would be an amazing resort ski for powder days and will have you sniffing out stashes all day long.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)178139117125211851401171272119114111712721General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
After years of rigorous testing and development, DPS have released their most forward-thinking powder ski to-date. Combining the deep snow capabilities of the Lotus 124 with the high-octane confidence of the RPC, the result is an exceedingly capable big-mountain tool. The 117mm waist floats in the depths of mid-winter storm skiing yet remains nimble for rolling edge-to-edge at a moment’s notice on steep spines. The 21-meter turn radius takes direct influence from the RPC, supplying point-and-go stability for flashing high-alpine lines at eye-watering speeds.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s a powder ski first and foremost, capable of charging steep routes or winding back and just enjoying some mellower fresh pow slopes.Skier TypeGood skiers looking to add to their quiver with a dedicated deep snow model. It’s surprisingly easy to ski thanks to rocker and shape, but you can still put this on an edge and open the throttle thanks to the high-quality construction.OverviewShapeLotus-shaped skis embody the quest for the perfect powder turn. They feature larger turn radii that encourage big, sweeping turns, elongated rocker lines that allow the skis to quickly plane to the surface and pivot easily, and fat waist widths that generate the floatation and speed desired by experienced powder pilots. These skis were created to make the absolute most out of every powder turn.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker, 55% effective edge. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and stable 21m radius.CoreThe horizontally laminated core uses aspen next to the edges with another hard wood, ash, laid in the middle, over the top of the lighter paulownia. This mix of 3 woods provides exactly the right blend of strength, weight, and durability. Above and below this are the propriety carbon laminates that give DPS skis their unique feeling.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.eB tester’s comments: Joseph (Aviemore) Surprisingly good on the pistes and exceptionality good off-piste. They move around easily and grip well on hard snow. This would be an amazing resort ski for powder days and will have you sniffing out stashes all day long.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)178139117125211851401171272119114111712721General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
After years of rigorous testing and development, DPS have released their most forward-thinking powder ski to-date. Combining the deep snow capabilities of the Lotus 124 with the high-octane confidence of the RPC, the result is an exceedingly capable big-mountain tool. The 117mm waist floats in the depths of mid-winter storm skiing yet remains nimble for rolling edge-to-edge at a moment’s notice on steep spines. The 21-meter turn radius takes direct influence from the RPC, supplying point-and-go stability for flashing high-alpine lines at eye-watering speeds.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s a powder ski first and foremost, capable of charging steep routes or winding back and just enjoying some mellower fresh pow slopes.Skier TypeGood skiers looking to add to their quiver with a dedicated deep snow model. It’s surprisingly easy to ski thanks to rocker and shape, but you can still put this on an edge and open the throttle thanks to the high-quality construction.OverviewShapeLotus-shaped skis embody the quest for the perfect powder turn. They feature larger turn radii that encourage big, sweeping turns, elongated rocker lines that allow the skis to quickly plane to the surface and pivot easily, and fat waist widths that generate the floatation and speed desired by experienced powder pilots. These skis were created to make the absolute most out of every powder turn.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker, 55% effective edge. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and stable 21m radius.CoreThe horizontally laminated core uses aspen next to the edges with another hard wood, ash, laid in the middle, over the top of the lighter paulownia. This mix of 3 woods provides exactly the right blend of strength, weight, and durability. Above and below this are the propriety carbon laminates that give DPS skis their unique feeling.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.eB tester’s comments: Joseph (Aviemore) Surprisingly good on the pistes and exceptionality good off-piste. They move around easily and grip well on hard snow. This would be an amazing resort ski for powder days and will have you sniffing out stashes all day long.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)178139117125211851401171272119114111712721General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: LongBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
DPS Pagoda skis use an aerospace grade pre-preg carbon laminate that sets the standards for strength-to-weight ratio and dampening on a carbon constructed ski. The Pagoda 112 RP combines generous nose and tail rockers with a 15m radius, giving unbeatable floatation, flowing turns and superb manoeuvrability for a 112mm ski. This isn’t some powder pig that wallows around pistes, the shape means it will cut carves with the best all mountain skis. It’s mix of lightness, precision and versatility makes it the most special freeride ski you're likely to come across.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s soft snow focused but skis way more easily than any other 112mm waisted ski on the market, making it a great choice for a freeride ski that isn’t just limited to powder days. It’s surprisingly fun to ski on pistes and has plenty of grip too. There is nothing else out there that has this kind of float and this much ease of turning, and that’s put together with a construction that packs plenty of grip and energy.Skier TypeAdvanced skiers who want the smoothest turns in soft snow and a ski that will be responsive and playful around the mountain. This is a unique ski, with a unique construction, that will appeal to skiers who appreciate craftsman ship and quality materials, as well as performance all over the mountain.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151670178140112125151825184140112127151920189141121129152080General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
DPS Pagoda skis use an aerospace grade pre-preg carbon laminate that sets the standards for strength-to-weight ratio and dampening on a carbon constructed ski. The Pagoda 112 RP combines generous nose and tail rockers with a 15m radius, giving unbeatable floatation, flowing turns and superb manoeuvrability for a 112mm ski. This isn’t some powder pig that wallows around pistes, the shape means it will cut carves with the best all mountain skis. It’s mix of lightness, precision and versatility makes it the most special freeride ski you're likely to come across.Terrain Type & Ability LevelTerrain Type It’s soft snow focused but skis way more easily than any other 112mm waisted ski on the market, making it a great choice for a freeride ski that isn’t just limited to powder days. It’s surprisingly fun to ski on pistes and has plenty of grip too. There is nothing else out there that has this kind of float and this much ease of turning, and that’s put together with a construction that packs plenty of grip and energy.Skier TypeAdvanced skiers who want the smoothest turns in soft snow and a ski that will be responsive and playful around the mountain. This is a unique ski, with a unique construction, that will appeal to skiers who appreciate craftsman ship and quality materials, as well as performance all over the mountain.OverviewShapeThe RP shape is both surfy and intuitive. The tapered tip and tail initiate turns effortlessly and allows them to be exited with clean carves or easily washed out. 112mm provides awesome float when you find soft snow, working with the shape to allow the ski to flow through turns in powder and keep that surfy, playful feel even when the snow isn’t deep or you’re on groomers. The turny 15m radius feels great on firmer snow and helps create the flowing feel in softer conditions.RockerRocker at the tip and tail equates to 45% rocker. Sounds like a lot but it works perfectly with the shaping. The camber underfoot makes the most of the carbon construction and playful 15m radius.CoreFabricated with 2 hard wood species, ash and aspen, of disparate densities and grain orientations, that are laminated horizontally to give a stable, solid ride.ConstructionThe DPS R&D team have engineered a construction with a horizontally combined core, innovative new sidewall technology and carbon layers to produce a supremely damp and stable platform. The result is a breakthrough in on-snow feel that combines both excitement and liveliness, with simultaneous dampness and control.Key FeaturesRP ShapingThe RP chassis started with the first Wailer 112 RP design that incorporated generous tip/tail rocker and taper. RP originally stood for ‘Resort Powder', and the legend began. Its shape opens doors and makes truly versatile powder planing accessible to many. The RP's core shaping equation is impressive, 45% rocker merged with a 15m sidecut and means natural, intuitive skiing.PagodaIn 2005, DPS introduced the world's first carbon-fibre sandwich ski. In the 15 years since, they've obsessed over tuning carbon fibre to create the perfect ski that, in turn, produces the perfect apex moment. Carbon has always enjoyed numerous advantages over its fibreglass and metal ski counterparts, namely a superior combination of light weight and power. Its weakness has been damping, achieving a quiet ride at high speeds and on hard snow is carbon's kryptonite. For well over a decade, DPS have experimented tirelessly with a myriad of solutions to solve the damping equation. enter Pagoda. Pagoda is a monumental breakthrough in carbon ski construction. It delivers a truly unprecedented level of damping without sacrificing the lightweight, power, and edge grip for which carbon has long been known. The result is a higher level of positive sensations and performance satisfaction.Size (cm)Tip Width (mm)Waist Width (mm)Tail Width (mm)Radius (m)Weight (g)168139112124151670178140112125151825184140112127151920189141121129152080General InformationSkier Ability: Advanced|expertRocker: Tip/Tail RockerRadius: MediumBase: SinteredBindings: Ski sold flatDIN: n/aConstruction: Mini Cap Full SidewallCore: Wood, CarbonDemo: NoSizing Description: Forehead to over head height. The increased length ensures better grip, stability and floatation and is essential to making the ski work to its full potential. Large rockers at the tip mean it is important not to size down. [Full Details]
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