freeride skis DPS CASSIAR 94 FOUNDATION 2020 + Tyrolia SP 130

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Ski type:
Freeride / Freestyle / All mountain / All round
Skier experience:
Recreational / Advanced / Expert
Ski length:
133-94-113 (185cm);
18 (185cm);
94 (185cm);

Side edges and ski base are in immaculate shape.

Carving is accessible with the DPS Cassiar 94, but if one wants to give more focus toward those shallow storms, or being on the perfect ski a day or two after a storm––days where you mix in a good dose of crud and supportive soft snow.

The Foundation choice will feel damper, smoother, and more forgiving than the Alchemist, yet also less reactive and energetic. C2 chassis. Flat tail.

Foundation Construction

The perfect fusion of carbon/bamboo/glass and cutting-edge chassis design.
Foundation is a completely reimagined and rebuilt construction category that represents a futuristic approach to ski design. Every model in the Foundation series shares DPS Chassis DNA shaping that yields design and performance consistency from shape-toshape and length-to-length.
Foundation employs the absolute best-in-class components from start-to-finish, with top-notch durability. On-snow feel is a wonderful blend of power and dampness that is readily accessible to a wide range of skier profiles

Sidecut Design

Chassis 2 sidecuts feature a blend of strategically placed radii that make the ski aggressive at the top of the turn, but also incredibly friendly when the ski is off-edge and drifting in mixed snow. That, coupled with varying radii in the tail section, make a C2 ski more friendly off-edge than anything DPS has built to-date in the sub-20m sidecut category.
Further, these skis feature relatively high taper angles, which means the ski pulls you deeply into the turn with an immediate, responsive feel. With the introduction of C2, the days when carbon skis were subject to torsion chatter––the feeling of the ski skipping and vibrating in an attempt to match the ski’s designed turn radius––are a thing of the past.

Mounting Points

Cassiar designs are centered around a prescribed mounting point in relationship to the overall ski length. It’s more forward than older generation footprints. The mounting point functions to keep your center of mass moving constantly forward in mixed snow and terrain more so than in traditional carving and racing skis. You stand in an incredibly balanced position that also sits in concert with the flex pattern and sidecut. The result is a more neutral and poised stance that reinforces and stokes smoothness, allowing athletic skiing to shine.

Flex Patterns

It took over 25 flex pattern iterations to get to the special goodness that is found in a C2 chassis ski. The tip is just aggressive enough, but nimble to handle crud and moguls. The middle is firm, and the tail is weighted to thread a precise needle between an ultraeasy exit and energetic propulsion into the next turn.