DPS Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Touring Skis 2022 | Unisex

DPS Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Touring Skis 2022 | Unisex

$979.30 Regular price $1,399.00
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Product Description

 

Who is it for

The Pagoda Tour 106 C2 may be the best in its backcountry all mountain category. Using the C2 shape which naturally creates a bigger turn for faster skiing - this ski rewards a strong skier. The C2 shape has a long effective edge for unrivalled firm snow grip. If you need your backcountry ski to feel like your alpine ski, the Pagoda Tour 100 C2 will satisfy that need.

 

About the ski

DPS continues to push the boundaries off what’s possible with backcountry ski design. The new Pagoda Tour 106 improves upon its predecessor by integrating aerospace grade foam within its core. Why is there space foam in my ski you ask? In short, by alternating wood and foam in the core, DPS are able to reintroduce a sidewall back into the ski. This vital component plays a huge part in increasing the skis dampness and overall downhill performance.

 

Designed For

Backcountry Skiing

Terrain

Touring

Skill Level

Advanced - Expert

Width

136 - 106 - 121

Turn Radius

19m (medium)

Weight

1440g (179cm)

Rocker Profile

Rocker/Camber/Rocker - 35% Tip & Tail / 65% Effective Edge

Ski Materials

Wood/Foam Core & 2 x Carbon Layers

Specs/Features

Length
Tip/Waist/Tail
Radius
Weight
184 cm
138/106/122
19 m
1555 g
179 cm
137/106/121
19 m
1460 g
171 cm
136/106/120
19 m
1420 g
163 cm
135/106/119
19 m
 
153 cm
134/106/118
19 m
 

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  • Hi, Just wonder if you have had any feedback on how this ski performs in tighter terrain? Heavily treed zones. In the rockies and the glades are tight. I'm an intermediate to advanced skier. Looking for a new set up and this ski caught my eye in your video with the Plum binding. Could be a nice mid weight touring set up. Welcome any other suggestions

    Thanks for reaching out and that's a great question! That particular model is the C2 shape, if you look into the specs you'll notice it has a longer turning arc, so naturally this ski wants to make bigger faster turns. It does this because it has a longer effective edge meaning more of the ski is touching the ground compared to their RP shape ski. That being said, it can absolutely still make short turns, it just means you as the rider are going to have to work the ski more to make that happen. If you are looking for something that is designed to make shorter turns and doesn't require effort much to do so, the DPS RP shapes in 100 or 112 would be my recommendation. It has a much tighter turn radius and turns on a dime! If you have further questions you can reach out here or message up on our inbuilt chat!