DPS Dreamtime

The one time of year you can get a discount on some of the most advanced skis available.
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It’s no secret that skiing is expensive. While you’re adding up that seasons pass, resort food, and gas money, you’re subtracting a whole lot from your wallet. SKI likes to remind shredders that there's more to great skiing than being on great gear, but great gear sure can go a long way… especially when it’s not burning a hole in your bank account.

DPS skis will be on sale for DPS Dreamtime. From July 16 to August 1, the brand will host its annual ski sale so you can update your set up and style without the pain of downgrading your finances. “Not only is it a great way to mentally break the monotony of the summer heat for skiers, it's the only time of year when we discount our skis.” Says Alex Hunt, DPS Skis' PR Manager.

DPS skis will be on sale for Dreamtime.

DPS skis will be on sale for Dreamtime.

During this two week period, all DPS skis apart from the Powderworks Lotus 138 and Powderworks Wailer 110, will be on sale for $200 off their original price. Skis with the brand's foundation constructions will be on sale for $599, as opposed to their usual $799. The price of Tour 1 constructions will drop to $899, and even the Alchemist models with Special Edition graphics will be reduced to $1099. The company is also offering free shipping for all North American orders over $500 and all ski orders will come with a free DPS Trucker Cap.

Read More: DPS Wailer A112 (Best in Test, 2018)

DPS knows that for most of July is wasted away daydreaming about cold temps and powder days. That’s why they decided to have their one and only ski sale during the hottest month of the year. Starting July 16 at 8am Mountain Time, customers can access the sale online or through their local DPS retailers. It’s like Christmas in July!

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