A win for the ladies! The DPS Nina ski is now available in the Tour construction. That means one of the most popular downhill skis of all time should become one of the most popular touring skis of all time. For good reason: the generous rocker and PaddleTech geometry make skiing easy. The women’s lengths are appropriate for skiing and touring. The 99 refers to the waist-width, which is generous enough in powder but not too big to get on edge in firmer conditions (still, it’s more fun in powder!). Carbon and fiberglass laminates make the ski durable and ski much better than a wet noodle. The hardened touring PTex can handle some abuse on the down while the low weight makes uphill a breeze. Try to come up with a reason to not get a DPS Nina 99, we can’t!
- Gentle camber underfoot complements the medium radius for reliable turning.
- Tapered tip and tail, integrated with the rocker profile, give the Nina cult status.
- 3D PaddleTech Geometry is the secret sauce that makes you a better skier.
- Lateral stability is added with Prepreg carbon and fiberglass laminates.
- Slightly rockered tail means you can skid, smear, carve, or whatever to get down.
- Good balance of lightness and energy from the Balsa wood core.
- World Cup bases should last you through many years and tunes.
|Lengths (cm)||158, 168|
|Weight (pair)||2340g 
|Skin Fix||Rounded Tips and Tails|
|Construction||Textured polyamide cap|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Usage||Everday powder hunting|
|Notes||Hardened bases and edges|
|Bottom Line||The girls get theirs too!|
|Compare to other Women's Skis|
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