DPS Manifests at Munich Airport

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ISPO continued in the airport, got a preview of the DPS ski boots in development. Sworn to secrecy at the same time. So sorry.

ISPO continued in the airport; got a preview of the DPS ski boots in development by the man himself. Sworn to secrecy at the same time. So sorry. But I can say that the hints were super intriguing. Sheesh, as if 300 different tech binding models are not enough to keep us occupied! (And yes Virginia, those are just our Dynafit boots on the luggage cart, so don't panic.

Last meal of a commended man, now it's back to PBR and McDonald's.

Last meal of a condemned man, now it's back to PBR and McDonald's. Or is this the Munich version?

On the way home after a month in the old country. I’m missing her already — but also looking forward to WildSnow HQ! We’ve got a zillion blog posts still coming from Europe; looking forward to showing some trip reports from cool places.

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5 Responses to “DPS Manifests at Munich Airport”

  1. Jailhouse Hopkins January 30th, 2014 1:10 pm

    Oh aren’t you cheeky throwing that little nugget out there…..well played sir!

  2. David B January 30th, 2014 4:05 pm

    Hey Stephan, looking dapper in that cap.

    DPS ski boots. Hmmmmm

  3. Greg Louie January 31st, 2014 12:00 am

    DPB? Doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue . . .

  4. carlo January 31st, 2014 9:37 am

    can you tell us if it is a 100% USA project and development or if some montebelluna gnome is involved?

  5. Lou Dawson January 31st, 2014 9:42 am

    Carlo, I’m sworn to secrecy. Sorry. Enjoy the gossip and rumors, it’s more fun sometimes than actually skiing (grin). Lou

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