About the DPS Brand
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Trusted by serious freeskiers around the globe, the company behind DPS skis launched in 2005 and is headquartered in Salt Lake City at the base of the Wasatch mountain range. Renowned for designing the world’s most advanced alpine skis, DPS began as a partnership between a professional skier and a ski engineer. The company’s offerings fuse space-age carbon technology with groundbreaking ski shaping, resulting in unmatched powder ski performance suitable for the most demanding athletes. Whether you’re looking for a dedicated powder ski, a frontside carver or an all-mountain performer, you’re sure to find a pair of DPS skis that will exceed your expectations.
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Average DPS Review (based on 12 reviews)
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sugarbush skier from Vermont on Tuesday, December 19, 2017I'm not sure how these skis happened to show up on STP's site days after I had demo'd them...but it was my Chanukah miracle! No indication of what prompted them to be listed as '2nds', nor why the price was even less than anticipated (based on a lower MSRP than this year's model)...they seem perfect. I also know they are indeed the current model, with all the features I was attracted to. I skied on them for the first time today, and I'm going to be very happy for a long time!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kim the slope killer from Montana on Monday, October 16, 2017Everybody should own a pair for those ripper days
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Josh from California on Tuesday, September 26, 2017I'm very excited to put these to work in a couple months. I currently am on the Wailer 112 which the most fun skis I've ever had however are a little wide underfoot for a firm day making laps with my kids. I think the 99 will be a perfect balance. The 112s feel very stable at high speeds and power through the heavy chop here. All in all I'm completely sold on DPS skis.
DPS Outlet: Due to limited quantities, not all products are available in our Retail Stores.
DPS Overstocks: inventory too high, had to be drastically reduced -- always first quality. Find out more about overstock items.
DPS Closeouts: may be last year's model or color -- always first quality. Find out more about closeouts.
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