- 165cm, 171cm, 178cm, 185cm, 191cm
- 133 / 94 / 113mm
- Turn Radius:
- [191cm] 20m
- rocker tip, camber underfoot
- sandwich (UHMW sidewalls)
- bamboo, poplar, carbon, triaxial fiberglass
- Rockwell 48 steel
- World Cup race bases (sintered)
- Claimed Weight:
- 4lb 4oz
- Recommended Use:
- all-mountain skiing, backcountry skiing
- Manufacturer Warranty:
- 2 years
Cassiar F94 C2 Ski
The Cassiar is the ultimate carving ski that DPS designs, and the Foundation construction is the stiffest. Put the two together, and you'll be charging down corduroy with DPS's stiffest carver: the Cassiar F94 C2 Ski. This ski best-serves the harder chargers out there who like tight turns at high speeds on firm snow—we're talking three- to five-day resort snow. A 94mm waist makes this the widest Cassiar that DPS makes, which makes it better-suited for heavier riders, or skiers looking for more versatility when there's some soft snow out there.DPS shaped the Cassiar with a pretty heavy rocker at the tip and a flatter tail, resulting in a playful ride that can make turns as easy as it can snap out of them. There's just enough camber underfoot to help you spring in and out of turns, as well as hold an edge when the snow gets dicey. The Foundation construction features a thick carbon laminate and triaxial fiberglass to drastically increase the ski's stiffness without disturbing the bouncy, poppy wood core's natural flex. DPS added durable sidewalls and a textured top sheet that should stay solid for seasons of charging.
- Hard-charging carving ski rides best on crud and supportive snow
- 94mm waist is the widest Cassiar
- Foundation construction is a stiffer ski from DPS
- Rocker tip with flatter tail employs a tight turn radius
- Camber underfoot holds an edge on firmer snow
- Carbon and triaxial fiberglass laminates reduce chattery vibrations
Recommended Sizing Guide
Your ski size is largely determined by both your skiing ability and your preferred style of skiing. For example, an expert skier in Vermont will ski a far different ski than an expert in British Columbia. So take a look at our chart and explanations and find your perfect fit. Your weight also plays a large factor in finding the right ski. If you are either under or over average weight for your height consider downsizing or upsizing, respectively.
|Big-Mountain Freeride||Backcountry Jib||All-Mountain||Park & Pipe||All-Mountain Carve|
|Pro||180 - 200cm||180 - 190cm||180 - 190cm||175 - 185cm||175 - 185cm|
|Expert||170 - 180cm||175 - 185cm||170 - 180cm||160 - 180cm||170 - 185cm|
|Intermediate||160 - 180cm||160 - 180cm||160 - 180cm||160 - 180cm||160 - 175cm|
|Entry Level||N/A||N/A||150 - 170cm||150 - 170cm||150 - 170cm|
SKILL LEVEL EXPLANATIONS
Pro: Excels on any terrain, on any snow condition. Enjoys high speeds.
Expert: Comfortable on any terrain and most snow conditions.
Intermediate: Comfortable on Blue trails, exploring Black trails.
Entry Level: Learning to ski Green and Blue trails.
SKIING STYLE EXPLANATIONS
Big-Mountain Freeride: High speeds, deep powder, steep lines, straightlining, chutes, cliffs.
Backcountry Jib: Backcountry kickers, hucking, twintips, deep powder.
All-Mountain: From bumps to back bowls, groomers to glades; everything and anywhere on the mountain.
Park & Pipe: De-tuned edges and buttery twin tips, occasionally pole-impaired.
All-Mountain Carve: Stiff. High-speed corduroy cutter. For those blind to SLOW signs.