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DPS Powderworks Lotus 120 2015 Ski Review

DPS Powderworks Lotus 120 2015

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

178 / 140-122-126 / 35
189 / 140-122-126 / 35
197 / 140-122-126 / 35

Manufacturer's Description

For the inaugural Powderworks launch during Dreamtime, we brewed ten-year anniversary editions of the Lotus 120 and the Spoon 150 – two iconic DPS shapes that are mated with ultra-light cores (125 gram weight savings per ski) and increased dampening components for a differentiated space age ride. The result is ultra-light, tourable pow sticks built to charge and absorb mixed snow when needed. These are hand signed, factory hot-boxed, limited edition pairs with only 25 produced per model. The standard Pure3 versions are completely unrivaled in terms of the power-to-weight ratio, but Powderworks editions up the ante one step further.

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