With the arrival of the most snowfall, nurturing your quiver to ensure that you have the precise tools for the deepest days is essential. The DPS Lotus family, and the three skis within it, the Spoon, Lotus 138 Spoon, and the Lotus 120 Spoon, offer three distinct options for deep snow. And for more variable terrain, the Wailer family's 112RPC and the 112RP, offer more cross-over versus the deep snow specific tools of the Lotus family. Any order placed for a Lotus family ski—or a Wailer 112RPC, on dpsskis.com from now until April 15 will receive a DPS Factory Cap and a soft cover copy of the Powder Road, DPS’ 2005 journey north to Alaska, and now a classic ski adventure travel book. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact a DPS ski fitter directly, or a DPS dealer worldwide. DPS Custom Ski Fitting and Service: +1.801.413.1737 // email@example.comDPS was born from the energy of big storms. We live for them as skiers—the chance to chase a blob on the weather map; the late night drives with your favorite tunes on the stereo, as furious illuminated flakes attack your windshield like the opening of Star Wars; and the feeling of being holed up in a ski town as the world goes silent and people bunker in their homes. You wait patiently with your friends, like a trip back into the womb: quiet, peaceful, but ready to explode into the high-energy bursts and the flow of surfing deep pow. In the Northern Hemisphere, February, March, and April are the prime months for these major storms. Statistically, it's high time for the American West, Alaska, and Europe. As we enter the heart of this season, now is the time to expand your quiver and update your powder shapes to truly immerse yourself in those precious days that can be worth an entire season and will replay in your mind for a lifetime.