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DPS Lotus 124 Pagoda Ski

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The new and improved DPS 124 Lotus Pagoda is the culmination of over 15 years of testing to build the ultimate powder ski. In the Lotus 124, DPS combined their iconic Lotus shape with their incredible carbon Pagoda construction to create the powder ski of all powder skis.

The Lotus shape is the product of DPS' quest to find the perfect powder turn. Featuring a tapered tip, gradual rocker, and a 23m turning radius, these planks love high speeds and big sweeping turns in deep powder. The elongated rocker lines and massive 124mm waist width allows the ski to effortless plane on the surface and to easily pivot into your next turn. Surfy turns and stomping big airs are in this ski's DNA.

The construction of this ski is equally important as its iconic shape. DPS has been  fine tuning carbon skis since their inception and their new Pagoda construction has become the showcase of their design and engineering. Defying all categories, this construction performs at an astonishingly high level on and off piste. With this construction, the DPS Lotus 124 Pagoda strikes the perfect balance of energy and dampness to give you the ultimate experience no matter the conditions. 

When you start counting new snow in feet instead of inches, there is no better ski than the DPS Lotus 124 Pagoda.

 Made in the USA. 

Specs Product Details
Weight 1950g (184)
Lengths 171, 178, 185 cm
Dimensions 130 / 124 / 140 (178)
Profile Rocker, Camber, Rocker
Construction Sidewall Sandwich Construction
Core Paulownia/Ash Wood Core, Full Carbon Laminate
Recommended Use Powder Freeride

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Larry Rips
More pow?

I've skied these on my biggest days of the year. Too much fun popping over pillows and they charge pretty hard. Honestly, even when we just get a dusting im pretty shocked how they fly over rocks and whatever is just under the surface.