The DPS Alchemist Wailer 106 C2 is an a wider all mountain ski that will perform all over the mountain and not leave you hanging on those days when you need a little more ski width. At home in all conditions, it will keep you happy and charging all day long. The traditional C2 shaping introduces a longer effective edge, and slightly less rocker in the tip and tail than DPS’s RP shape. The result is a ski that blends smoothness, balance, and power, creating an all-mountain, everyday shape designed for mixed snow conditions.
The DPS Alchemist Wailer 106 C2 comes with DPS’s Phantom Permanent Waxless Glide already applied. Phantom is a permanent, one-time application base treatment that provides increased glide across all conditions. Phantom’s sophisticated, timed polymerization process permanently penetrates deep into the base material with powerful go-fast fluoro compositions that are designed to operate across all snow temperatures.
Ski Condition: Excellent
- Topsheet: Good; Minor cosmetic scuffs on the tips and tails. Slight scratches around the bindings
- Base: Excellent; Newly tuned with Phantom Wax
Binding: Tyrolia Attack 13
DPS’s Alchemist construction takes vibration-tuned aerospace grade carbon and combines it with the finest supporting materials to provide a damp, light weight ski that offers minimal compromise in any application.
- Pure Prepreg Carbon Fiber laminate with proprietary dampening additives
- Aspen Wood Core
- Polymide Topsheet
- World Cup Race Base
- UHMW Sidewall
- Rockwell 48 Steel Edge
- Dimensions: 135/106/121
- Turn Radius: 19 Meters
- Profile: Rocker / Camber / Slight Tail Rocker
- Construction: Alchemist Sandwich Construction
- Core: Aspen
- Recommended Terrain Use: All Mountain, Alpine Touring
Disclaimer: The bindings on this ski are demo bindings that will accommodate many sizes of ski boots. The bindings have not been fitted and tested for your specific ski boot. The DIN on this binding has also not been adjusted in accordance with your specific height, weight, ski boot sole length, and skier type. We recommend that you have a certified binding technician adjust the bindings in accordance with your specific measurements to ensure that the bindings release properly.