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First Impressions: DPS Wailer 112 RPC 2.0 Ski
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Outside’s online gear editor, Jakob Schiller, spent a week skiing in Chile this summer and got an early look at the brand new DPS Wailer 112 RPC 2.0 ski. The name may be a mouthful, but the latest version of the Wailer 112 is a powerhouse. The 2.0 is damper than its predecessor yet still light and quick on the uphill, making it one of our favorites for winter 2017.