DPS Powderworks Lotus 124 2016 Ski Review
Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)
178 / 151-124-133 / 23
185 / 151-124-133 / 23
The Powderworks Lotus 124:
We have been immersed deep in the R+D lab over the past few months. The hunt for ski perfection has begun anew: this time at more elemental levels as we search for axiomatic relationships between shape and flex pattern.
The first Powderworks ski to emerge from those efforts is a Lotus concept that combines some of our new geometric discoveries with a quest for ultimate versatility in a 120mm powder shape.
We have drawn positive cues from all across the current quiver: effective edge geometry drawn from the Wailer 105, paddle tech and rocker from the Wailer 112, boot-to-overall length balance of the original Lotus 120, and a new sidecut/taper angle combined with a radically new flex pattern.
The design results in a balanced ski that elegantly walks the tightrope between a deeply rockered/paddle design and a directional, flat-tailed Lotus 120/Wailer105 driven design. We are aiming for the best of both worlds in a 120mm class pow stick that will be able to perform double duty in mixed snow.
With the Powderworks Lotus 124, you are skiing the cutting edge of our exploratory thoughts – a novel new platform on the hunt for everyday powder shape perfection – enjoy.
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