DPS is proud to announce a partnership with Protect Our Winters (POW), the global nonprofit fighting climate change founded by renowned big-mountain snowboarder Jeremy Jones. During DPS’ yearly summer Dreamtime event, DPS will release their annual batch of Special Edition Pure3 prepreg carbon skis, which for 2015 will feature an embossed POW logo complementing limited edition ski artwork. For each pair of Special Edition skis sold, DPS will donate $50 to POW in support of their youth education efforts and public policy advocacy.
DPS Dreamtime is an annual two-week event [July 15 – August 1, 2015] that snaps the dog days of summer with dreams of coldsmoke. Dreamtime 2015 fuels the anticipation of the coming season and features exclusive releases of Special Edition-POW skis, new shapes from the Powderworks R+D Lab, and event-only pricing on all 15/16 skis. The focus is on assembling the ultimate quiver for dedicated skiers around the world.
About Protect our Winters
Founded in 2007 by pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones, Protect Our Winters is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to engage and mobilize the winter sports community to lead the fight against climate change. Our focus is on educational initiatives, advocacy and support of community-based projects. To find out more about Protect Our Winters, please visit www.protectourwinters.org.
DPS designs the world’s most advanced skis. Inspired by a vision to make perfect skis worthy of those who live and breathe the sport, and located at the base of the Wasatch Mountains in Salt Lake City, DPS introduced the world’s first prepreg carbon fiber sandwich ski, the first 120mm powder pintail, transferred the word “rocker” from surfing to skiing—building the first rockered ski with sidecut—and then unleashed the Spoon. The fusion of space-age carbon technology and groundbreaking shaping allows dedicated skiers to match shaping with construction—giving an unparalleled choice, and resulting in the world’s most advanced quiver of skis. To find out more about DPS, please visit www.dpsskis.com.