Winter is coming.
Yes, the new GoT Season just started, and I couldn’t help myself and add that reference. But seriously, winter is coming soon enough and what better time is now than to dream about skiing chin-deep powder and purchase a limited edition of the World’s best skis, the DPS Alchemist?
I love my DPS Skis. Yes, they are not cheap. But good things seldom are (exceptions include spending time outdoors in the mountains on skis & sleeping in a tent) so when it’s the middle of summer and we snow-loving people are just begging for the white, fluffy stuff to return it’s also a good moment to shop for new skis. And that’s what DPS Dreamtime is all about:
Dreamtime is the only time ever that DPS Skis are discounted, and to top things of awesome limited-run artwork Special Edition skis are also available. Here’s a few impressions from their factory in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, on what you can get:
The carbon pressing machines at DPS are so photogenic, don’t you think? That’s an equally photogenic pair of Powderworks Cassiar 87 skis standing in front of the press.
Them Austrian world cup race bases are prepped and ready to be mated with the ski. They’re fast, in case you didn’t see the Race in their name.
And that are the Special Edition Artworks for the Wailer, Yvette, Zelda and Nina Skis. Damn, they are awesome! If I wouldn’t own a pair of Alchemist Wailer Skis already I’d be very tempted to get another pair! Thus if you, like me, can’t wait for winter to arrive, then a pair of DPS Dreamtime Skis might just be what makes the waiting time go by easier. And then, when the first big snow flakes start to cover the mountains, then you are ready to go hit the slopes on your new DPS Skis.
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