4 comments on “2018-2019 DPS Foundation Cassiar 94”

  1. Tip shape and tip rocker profile look very promising. I like the wailer 99 F in a 184 quite a bit – it is not bad as an inbounds ski, but it’s shape is more soft snow oriented imo, though it is only 99 under foot (it’s a wailer in the end). But this new cassiar 94 shape looks fantastic for an inbounds allmountain ski. I am currently sitting in an appartment in Hintertux, Austria, and tomorrow is the last day of the trip. After having read your flash review, I want a pair of these green shred sticks right NOW!!!

  2. I’ve really come to love my Enforcer 93s in the exact conditions DPS describes what this ski is used for: shallow storms (less than double digits, I’d say) and 1-2 days after a big storm when the snow is still nice, soft and plentiful, but slightly cut up and depending on how deep/when the last storm was, firm underneath. I find that these are the predominate conditions I ski in (live in Park City), and for those reasons, my Enforcer 93 is my daily driver. Very interested to hear how this ski compares. I think a ski with comparable dimensions to the Enforcer 93 is the ideal middle ski in a 3 ski quiver (carver, mid 90s, mid 100s) or the low end in a 2 ski quiver (mid 90s + mid 100s).

  3. what is the difference between the Cassier and the foundation F99? I am a two ski quiver guy. Currently, I have the original stiff Volkl Kendo (88 under foot) and the old Rossignol Squad 7’s from 2013/2014 (120 under foot) pre honeycomb tech. I am looking to swap both pair out and am looking for a stiff carver that can still handle trees/moguls. I am 6’1 175 and ski out of Telluride/Jackson. Aggressive skier that stays inbounds but looks for technical lines and takes straight air off of features smaller than 15ft. My Kendo’s are 170 (prob too small) and my squads are 190. Do you recommend the F99 or the cassier 94?

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