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Stockli DP Pros


Pros: Firm ride, very stable. Build quality is what you'd expect from a handmade ski.

Cons: Flat tail means you want to only go in one direction. No "falling leaf" descents on these babies.

Not your everyday ski, unless you live in Nelson, Rossland or Fernie (or their American equivalents) but hard to beat for going downhill in powder.  Very stiff, although the poly inserts in the tail allow some flexibility; you can swap the skis left and right to control how stiff the tails react.  Personally, I use them "soft inside" all the time.  I'm ~195 lb and 6 feet tall, and would suggest you be at least that big to use these. 
Stockli DP Pros

The Stockli Stormrider DP Pro is a serious ski for serious skiers. Built to pro skier Dominique Perret's specifications, it's an all mountain animal that performs best in open terrain. It can blast through the gnarliest crud, destroy spring slush or hold on the iciest slopes. The DP Pro is a great everyday ski for a western skier, or a pow stick for an eastern skier. 125-94-111

Lengths174 cm, 184 cm, 193 cm, 201 cm
Turn Radius25.1 m @ 174cm, 29.4 m at 184cm, 31.3 m @ 193cm, 34.3 m @ 201cm
ConstructionSandwich system: titanal - fiberglass - wood core - fiberglass - titanal - asymmetric inserts in tail section
Core MaterialWood
Binding System
Binding IncludedNo
Recommended UseThey are designed to be used, going very very fast on very steep powder fields
Recommended Binding
Recommended LevelAdvanced
Additional Info
Model Year
Binding Type
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Model Name/TypeMPNEAN/UPC
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