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Popularity: 99 / 100
  • In freeride skiing, the Volkl Mantra has long been associated with the top-end skis and skiers. Volkl has filtered down that technology and reputation into the 2018 Volkl Mantra Jr. Ski and binding combo. For any young skier looking to dominate the mountain, look no further than the Mantra Jr. It has a fantastic combination of fun, performance, and technology that you aren't going to want to pass up.
  • For a while, rocker profiles were only found on adult skis. Volkl has done a phenomenal job in bringing the same shape to its junior line. By utilizing a full rocker, the Mantra Jr. is an extremely fun ski to play on. It allows for easy turn initiation and seamless turn completion. The skier does not feel locked into the turn, but rather can float in and out effortlessly. This means that your young ripper is going to have more fun.
  • t 86mm underfoot, the Mantra Jr. is capable of making many different turn shapes in all conditions. By utilizing a full wood core, the Mantra Jr. is a snappy, quick ski that can perform quite well in moguls, trees, steeps and groomers. At 12.3 meters, the radius can be manipulated or utilized due to the rocker profile and vertical sidewall construction. Your little shredder will love the versatility and stability of the 2018 Volkl Mantra Jr. Skis with bindings.
  • Turn Radius: 12.3 meters & Sidecut: 118/86/111 mm
  • Skill: Advanced to Expert Junior Skiers
Popularity: 98 / 100
$559.99 Show listing
Blue / Red
  • Energy 2 Titanium
  • CamRock: Blunt Nose Profile
Popularity: 97 / 100
$749.95 Show listing
  • Carbon Alloy Matrix “HD” Construction
  • Centered Sidecut
  • Free VAS
  • Minicap Sandwich Sidewall
  • 136/106/126mm dimensions
Popularity: 94 / 100
$639.99 Show listing
  • Tip & Tail Rocker
  • Multi Layer Woodcore
  • P-Tex 2100
  • Direct and strong powertransmission with full length sidewalls.
  • Carbon Fiber Tip
Popularity: 94 / 100
$549.99 Show listing
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  • Power - A new tip-to-tail carbon powered C/FX layer takes our supercharged construction to the next level, for increased power and edge grip
  • Stability - Experience confidence-boosting stability thanks to the integration of our exclusive Cork Damplifier technology in the tip
  • Agility - Experience smoother turn initiation, better flotation and easily roll edge to edge with the next generation of all-mountain freeride dominance, the all new shaped QST 99
  • Full Sandwich Sidewalls - Full Sandwich Sidewalls guarantees stability and precision, it enhances performance by providing good edge grip and smooth ski-to-snow contact
  • Carbon Powered C/FX - The patented and exclusive C/FX technology is elevated to the next level of performance by being supercharged with two times more carbon and balanced with basalt to keep its superior dampening and vibration absorption properties
Popularity: 94 / 100
  • Dimensions: 136-95-117
  • Profile: Rocker/Camber/Rocker
  • Radius: 14M@162cm / 15.4@171cm / 16.4M@180cm / 17.6M@189cm
  • Construction: Karuba light weight wood core, Graphene, Koroyd, Carbon Sandwich Cap Construction, Toples Tech, UHM C Base
Popularity: 94 / 100
  • Sidecut: 135/98/119 mm at 180 cm Length Turn Radius: 18 m at 180 cm Length
  • Sandwich Compound Sidewalls & Poplar-Beech Wood Core
  • Double Titanal Laminates & Carbon Flipcore Technology
  • All Mountain Shape Concept & Progressive Rocker Concept & Improved Turn Initiation
  • Ability Level: Advanced to Expert
Popularity: 94 / 100
  • Sidecut: 133/102/122.5 mm at 180 cm Length
  • Sandwich Compound Sidewall Construction
  • ISO-Paulownia-Balsa-Poplar-Beech Wood Core (yeah, that’s right, 5 different materials)
  • Carbon Flipcore DRT Technology
  • Progressive Waist Width Concept
Popularity: 93 / 100
  • Sidecut: 130/92/113 Radius: 12.6m @149, 14.2m @156, 16.0m @163, 17.9m @170
  • Multi Layer Woodcore, Titanal Frame & Base of P-Tex 210
  • Carbon Tips, Moderate Taper, and Tip & Tail Rocker Design
  • Full Sidewall Construction
  • Skill: Advanced to Expert Women Skiers
Popularity: 93 / 100
  • Sidecut: 132/99/120
  • Weight per ski: 1850g
Popularity: 93 / 100
  • Sidecut: 135-105-125 @ 180cm
  • Radius: 17.8, @ 180cm
  • Graphene-KOROYD-Carbon Sandwich Cap Construction
  • KARUBA Light Weight Wood Core
  • Topless Tech
Popularity: 93 / 100
$599.95 Show listing
  • Length: 145cm, 152cm, 159cm, 166cm, 173cm
  • Dimensions: [173cm] 127 / 88 / 111mm
  • Turn Radius: [145cm] 11m, [152cm] 12m, [159cm] 13m, [166cm] 14m, [173cm] 15.5m
  • Profile: rocker / camber / rocker
  • Construction: sandwich
Popularity: 93 / 100
$524.94 Show listing
  • Air Tip 2.0
  • Carbon Alloy Matrix
  • Powder Turn Rocker
  • 9.03 lbs. w/ Bindings (@180cm)
Popularity: 93 / 100
$461.95 Show listing
  • Construction & Core: Spaceframe 3.0 FR, Full Sandwich Sidewalls 360°, Light Poplar Full Woodcore
  • Rocker: Twin Rocker
  • Reinforcment: TI Power Platform, C/FX 3, Basalt Layer
  • Pulse Pad
  • Koroyd Tail
Popularity: 93 / 100
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  • Dimensions(mm): 120-92-116
  • Profile(mm): 3-4-3
  • 5-Cut Sidecut Radius Avg(m): 19.5
  • Stance Back From Center(mm): -30
  • Mounting Distance Fromt Tail(cm): 84.4
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I have been skiing on a Kendo 177 ski for the past 5 years - time to replace! I am an advanced skier - Sun Valley and Utah mostly - like groomers, bumps, and an occasional powder when I can find it. I am thinking of trying Volkl100Eight. How does it compare with the Kendo?
Related: Volkl Kendo 2017, Volkl 90Eight 2017, Downhill Skis | Submitted by anonymous 768 days ago

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trying to decide between the 2018 Blizzard Brahmas 173 vs 180. I'm 5'7" intermediate to advanced, weigh 185 lbs. Currently using 2017 Bonafide 173's . Looking for front-side ski for crud, ice, bumps, etc. I have a tendency to do quick turns to control speed.
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I have an open budget, i am an expert skier, i want skiis that are primarily for hard pack, icy conditions, i have other all mount skiis, i have tried the vokyl rtm 81 and am wondering what else to try, atomic vantage ?
Related: Volkl RTM 81, Downhill Skis | Submitted by anonymous 806 days ago

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I'm an advanced skier that ski's every weekend. looking for a fast turning ski as I tend to make a lot of turns. I'm 5'8", 230 lbs, 60 years old but don't let any of that fool you, I like to ski HARD! Any suggestions?
Related: Fischer Cruzar Fire, Downhill Skis | Submitted by anonymous 857 days ago

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So I'm trying to decide between a Ripstick 96 and an Enforcer 100. I ski a variety and like the trees. Any ideas?
Related: Nordica Enforcer 100, Elan Ripstick 106, Downhill Skis | Submitted by Robin 866 days ago

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