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Men's Journal Style and Design: Spoon

Each year Men's Journal lists their "Perfect Things," in their annual Style & Design issue. The topics range from Cars, Tech, Home, and Sports—selecting objects that move design forward with beauty and purpose. In their 2013 Style and Design issue, Men's Journal has selected DPS' Spoon. As the only ski in the collection, the Spoon’s convex design is applauded “yielding a more advanced way of skiing, one that mimics the slashing possible on a surfboard.” Read the full article here or in the latest issue of Men’s Journal. Each year Men's Journal lists their "Perfect Things," in their annual Style & Design issue. The topics range from Cars, Tech, Home, and Sports—selecting objects that move design forward with beauty and purpose. In their 2013 Style and Design issue, Men's Journal has selected DPS' Spoon. As the only ski in the collection, the Spoon’s convex design is applauded “yielding a more advanced way of skiing, one that mimics the slashing possible on a surfboard.” Read the full article here or in the latest issue of Men’s Journal.Each year Men's Journal lists their "Perfect Things," in their annual Style & Design issue. The topics range from Cars, Tech, Home, and Sports—selecting objects that move design forward with beauty and purpose. In their 2013 Style and Design issue, Men's Journal has selected DPS' Spoon. As the only ski in the collection, the Spoon’s convex design is applauded “yielding a more advanced way of skiing, one that mimics the slashing possible on a surfboard.” Read the full article here or in the latest issue of Men’s Journal.Each year Men's Journal lists their "Perfect Things," in their annual Style & Design issue. The topics range from Cars, Tech, Home, and Sports—selecting objects that move design forward with beauty and purpose. In their 2013 Style and Design issue, Men's Journal has selected DPS' Spoon. As the only ski in the collection, the Spoon’s convex design is applauded “yielding a more advanced way of skiing, one that mimics the slashing possible on a surfboard.” Read the full article here or in the latest issue of Men’s Journal.