The revived commitment to the Cassiar family continues with the addition of another all-mountain waist width to the mix, the Cassiar 95. We have carried over some of the key traits of the Cassiar 85, tuning the 95 to lean moderately towards softer snow. It's all accomplished through a slightly higher tip profile, an altered flex profile, and of course, an extra centimeter of width underfoot. The Cassiar 95 is the floatiest member of the Cassiar family and an amazing flat-tailed choice for everyday frontside excellence (Pure3 and Hybrid T2) as well as springtime backcountry duty (Pure3 and Tour1). DPS is proud to announce a new chapter in the carbon ski revolution by introducing a fourth construction option to its lineup. Tour1 is a targeted lightweight backcountry build that emphasizes fast ascents and class-leading downhill performance. It is significantly lighter than Pure3, DPS' flagship construction. Whereas Pure3 is ultimate in advanced ultra-powerful carbon ski technology, Tour1 skis are comparable in weight to the lightest backcountry-specific touring skis on the market while offering competitive differentiation by exhibiting superior, class-leading torsional stiffness, unmatched edge grip and dampening via a proprietary new Tour1 specific aerospace carbon laminate. Why invest energy in long tours if you are forced to ride floppy touring skis that sap the performance and fun out of the descent?