The patent pending Lotus 138 is the first deeply rockered ski with minimal sidecut underfoot. First released in 2005, it has since gone through three rocker evolutions and two flex pattern changes. The goal has been to create ski that promotes early planing, incredible power across the fall line, and unmatched creativity in turn shape. Advanced shaping derived straight from continual Alaskan R...
“ Ski Specs - Length Tested:166cm Dimensions/Turn Radius: 11.5M Camber: Early rise Tip & Tail w/camber Binding: Demo DPS has been a stand out company in the powder ski development over the past few years so I was intrigued to try their 80 waisted all mountain ski. I immediately felt the energy that you'd expect from a carbon ski, and found...” --Trekchick
The original and often imitated 120mm class powder pintail that started it all. The Lotus 120’s shaping is highly optimized for deep snow; a 270mm tapered and rockered shovel gives the Lotus 120 early planing ability; the flex pattern and geometry have been refined over four seasons to create a ski with unequaled balance and ball-of-the-foot-driven powder performance.
With all the same strengths as the Lotus 120 Hybrid, the lightweight construction of the Pure promises to gives you the pure contact with the snow and the nimble feel that you're looking for.
Five seasons of Alaskan R+D. Four rocker evolutions. The first rockered ski with sidecut ever built. The patent pending Lotus 138 is a freak of nature that combines unmatched reactive power and precision with featherweight lightness. The most evolved and tested powder ski on earth. Riding the Lotus 138 in deep snow is like an entirely new sport.
The Wailer 95 rails like a race ski on the groomed—even at 95mm in the waist. Combine a flex pattern engineered for floatation with a directional twin and you have the everyday frontside/backside board for continental and intermountain climates. Truly versatil frontside performance with enough girth to make light storms floatable
The Rita 95 Pure rails like a race ski on the groomed—even at 95mm in the waist. Combine its pure carbon construction and a flex pattern engineered for floatation with a directional twin and you have the everyday frontside/backside board for continental and intermountain climates. Truly versatil frontside performance with enough girth to make light storms floatable
“ After I received my DPS Wailer 112RPs in mid January, they quickly became my daily driver this season. I'd estimate that I have 25 days on them so far. My first days on the 112RPs came during Juneuary, when it stopped snowing for six weeks. I probably wouldn't have taken them out much if they hadn't been new toys. They took about two runs to get used to the...” --TheDad
“ Yeah, the Banana. It is crazy how a ski can just get hot and everyone wants it. The DPS 112 is one of those skis. While DPS uses the RP in the 112 designation, with the RP referring to "Resort Powder" meaning it is a great powder ski that is still a great all mountain ski, I have been just using this as a pure powder ski. What I really like is how nimble the 112RP is in the trees...” --Philpug
“ I had a chance to ski the Wailer 95 Pures in A-Basin last over Mothers Day. I started of the day on some groomers and was very impressed how well the Pure (see: Carbon Construction) 95 railed its turns. This DPS skied like a much narrower ski on the hard snow than its' 95mm waist would make you believe was possible. The only area I found the Wailer 95 to be lacking was when I got it...” --Philpug