Salt Lake City—The innovative Wailer 112RP continues to garner early buzz. On June 22nd, the Wailer 112RP was a recipient of Backcountry Magazine's Editor's Choice Award in the freeride category. The Wailer 112RP was one of eleven skis chosen out of over 90-plus test entries in Backcountry’s spring 2010/11 ski test, which will be featured in their forthcoming Buyer's Guide issue.
The Wailer 112RP is a new addition to the DPS quiver for the 2010/11 season.
According to Backcountry Magazine, the DPS Wailer 112RP, "proved itself to testers with its lightweight construction, outstanding versatility, and playfulness in any condition."
And that's precisely what the Wailer 112RP was engineered to do—it’s up to the task of being skied at the highest level, all day at the resort and in the backcountry. It's truly a one-ski quiver for planing untracked in the morning, laying trenches down to the lift on the groomed, and slaying the crud in the afternoon.
“It's impressive how this ski crushes all manner of snow conditions, and remains this light," said Lance Riek from Backcountry Magazine.
The Wailer 112RP is available for sale now on dpsskis.com, and will arrive at DPS dealers throughout the world in the fall.
“The 112RP is a once in a decade ski”, said DPS retail manager Marshal Olson. “It is the most versatile ski ever built.”