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DPS Skis
Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Ski - 2024

2 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $1,495.95 Original price: $1,695.95
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Why We Like The DPS Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Ski

When the skin track is looking steep and the powder is looking deep we are happy to have the DPS Pagoda Tour 106 C2 Ski on our feet. This ski uses the popular C2 shape which provides float, stability, and maneuverability in powder and pairs it with a lighter Pagoda Tour construction.

This lighter construction consists of full "pre-preg" carbon fiber laminates that are pre-injected with resin to eliminate any extra ounces and a foam, ash, and paulownia core that provides binding retention, weight savings, and damping. The result is a backcountry ski that gets us uphill with fresh legs and downhill with a smile on our face.


  • Backcountry skis that balance weight savings with performance
  • 106mm waist width is quick edge to edge, floaty in deep snow
  • 19m turn radius balances stability at speed with easy maneuvering
  • Tip and tail rocker helps you pivot on a dime and float
  • Camber provides traction and powerful edge hold on firm snow
  • Paulownia and ash core with foam inserts cut weight
  • Carbon laminates provide powerful flex and torsional rigidity
  • Sintered bases skip effortlessly across long flat areas
  • Item #DPKC03R
155cm, 163cm, 171cm, 179cm, 184cm
[171cm] 136 / 106 / 120mm
Turn Radius
rocker / camber / rocker
paulownia, ash
carbon fiber, foam
Claimed Weight
[pair, 171cm] 6lb 7oz (2914g)
backcountry skiing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Overall Rating

2 based on 1 ratings

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2 out of 5 stars

February 16, 2023

Really wanted to like them....

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 11"

I'm sure a lot of skiers would be pumped on this ski but it wasn't even remotely close to what I was hoping for. The ski is extremely stiff. As in the flex pattern on the tip and tail is brutally unforgiving for the shape and purpose. The tail springs you forward as soon as it hits resistance and the tip is so rigid that it dives like crazy in soft snow. There are plenty of skiers who this ski would work for, but in a touring ski it's just not ideal to need to ride your tails to keep tips up and then have them be so stiff they buck you forward any time the snow varies. Even thinking wide open bowls I'd actually be nervous simply because it's still a little short for that at 184, and I have no confidence the tip won't bury itself if my balance moved off a perfectly centered stance. Maybe a heavier skier than me, or skiers in heavier snow, would have a different experience, but in deeper soft power and shallow powder (sub 12 inches) these are all over the map. They punch right through knee deep Wasatch snow to catch on everything that's underneath. I'm used to a progressive flex pattern helping the tip and tail stay nicely elevated in that much snow; the stiffness on these staying consistent tip to tail causes them to feel like I'm balancing on egg shells. Paired with the shape, which is a bit less progressive these days, it isn't pleasant to ski anywhere other than heavy or chopped up snow and the tail constantly wants to re-engage to accelerate downhill. It ends up working best as a resort charger which is exactly what I am not looking for. The weight is fantastic and if you are looking for a touring ski that requires being on-point the entire way down this could be for you. As something that wants to be driven hard from the front of a boot, though, it just doesn't do what I'm looking for when touring in powder and is far too susceptible to tip dive and tail snags.

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