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VANTAGE 97 TI (131.5-97-120.5) 19.1m@180 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Metal. The new Vantage 97 Ti features new construction to deliver a ski that is loaded with power that feels light on your feet. Titanium reinforces the ski in strategic areas of the ski that improves the edge grip when conditions get firm. The wood core provides an extra spring to enhance the rebound to quickly manipulate the ski into any turn shape with ease.
COCHISE (136-108-122) 27m@185 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Meta/Carbon. With a shape featuring a slight taper in the tip and tail you can knife GS turns, burrow into powder, and throw them sideways to control speed—the Cochise responds in all conditions and handles all turn shapes. At 108 underfoot with a rocker-camber-rocker design, it does everything from floating in soft snow, crushing crud, and ripping groomers.
BODACIOUS (142-118-132) 30.5m@186 (TC,SV) Wood/Metal. If you’re the type of skier who salivates over steep big mountain lines and untouched powder you should probably have a ski like the Bodacious in your quiver. The camber under foot and two sheets of titanal allow you to absolutely charge without the ski becoming unstable or getting deflected. The 31 m turn radius begs to be taken straight down the fall line at speed and the construction of the ski supports the most aggressive skiing you can dish out.
BONAFIDE (133-98-118) 21m@180 (ALL) Wood/Metal/Carbon. The Bonafide features a new shape that makes it more versatile than ever. The deeper sidecut and updated rocker profile make them easier to ski, while the proven Carbon Flipcore with two sheets of metal makes them calm, confident and powerful. Attack the mountain in powder, crud, groomers or rock hard snow.
BRAHMA (127-88-111) 17m@180 (ALL) Wood/Metal/Carbon. At 88mm underfoot, the Brahma is a narrower version of the award-winning Bonafide, and it makes those tooth-rattling hard-snow days fun. Improved by a deeper sidecut and reduced rocker at the tip and tail. Have fun carving turns on ice, blasting through crud or floating on fresh.
BUSHWACKER (127-88-111) 17m@180 (TC) Wood/Carbon. Similar to the Brahma but with no metal, it offers easier turning and lighter weight.
RUSTLER 11 (139-112-129) 19m@180 (TC, SV) Wood/Carbon/Metal. Partial titanal construction gives them something that is hard to find these days – a playful and forgiving ski that still allows them to shred with confidence and power. More float and more fun on any terrain, in any conditions.
RUSTLER 10 (133-102-122.5) 17.5m@180 (TC,TR) Wood/Carbon/Metal. Partial titanal construction allows the skis to be playful, forgiving and versatile, with ultimate stability underfoot, letting today’s freeride skier play with the terrain and snow any way they want.
RUSTLER 9 (127.5-92-117) 17m@180 (TC,TR) Wood/Carbon/Metal. The Rustler 9 is precise and maneuverable, which makes it fun in tight terrain like trees and moguls. The ski’s versatility across a lot of different types of terrain and snow conditions is what makes it a performer.
ATRIS (138-108-126) 20m@178 (TC,TR) Wood core. With a preference for speed and big mountain terrain, the Atris features a stiff and consistent flex that pairs with a rocker/camber/rocker profile to deliver versatile performance both on- and off-piste.
DAEMON (131-99-119) 20m@177 (TC) Wood/Titanal. With the perfect blend of stability from the partial titanal plate combined with easy turn initiation from the full reverse camber, this ski will offer supreme versatility in any condition and all types of terrain.
KORE 105 (135-105-125) 17.8m@180 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Graphene/Carbon. These skis were designed to be lightweight and offer great stability, smoothness, and float in deeper snow. The Kore 105 is a ski that is appropriate for a wide range of skiers thanks to the light weight construction of super-light Karuba wood, Graphene, Koroyd, and carbon fiber.
KORE 99 (134-99-120) 17m@180 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Graphene/Carbon. Introducing the new Kore 99, which slots nicely between the 93 and 105. Same construction, same advanced lightweight materials, and the same performance as it’s brethren. Quite possibly the most versatile in the Kore series. Take these anywhere on any given day and enjoy the smooth ride!
KORE 93 (133-93-115) 16.4m@180 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Graphene/Carbon. The new Kore 93 are incredibly lightweight, nimble and versatile due to their unique use of Graphene and Koroyd and tight turn radius. Skiers looking for something lighter that still feels stable, look no further!
CATAMARAN (136-120-131) 21m@184 (TC) Wood core. With a twin tip inspired asymmetric shape, this ski is primed for hucking, slashing, jumping, and sending off of everything in it’s path with predictability and confidence.
IKONIC 84 (133-84-112) 15.9m@170 (KB) Wood core. Lively and energetic and with all the technology minus the metal laminate, the iKonic 84 reduces weight and leg fatigue to keep you charging groomers from first chair to the last.
IKONIC 84 TI (133-84-112) 17.5@177 (TC) Wood/Metal. The re-designed iKonic 84 Ti is a highly stable ski capable of ripping groomers at mach speed on firm snow. A grippy on-piste thrill ride for the skilled skier’s daily ride.
IKONIC 80 TI (129/80/108) 15.9m @170 (KB) Wood/Metal. Newly re-designed, the nimble iKonic 80 Ti is a next-level performance ski for those who prefer a stiffer, stable ride for cruising the piste with clean carving style long after the perfect morning corduroy.
MARKSMAN (130-106-125) 20m@184 (TC) Wood core. Featuring an asymmetrical design, in which left and right designated skis offer enhanced slarving and unmatched outside edge control, the Marksman is meant to help you play all over the mountain, and use your whole ski while doing it.
PINNACLE 85 (128-85-112) 15m@177 (TC) Wood core. Quick, fun and nimble, that’s the Pinnacle 85 Skis’ motto. These narrower snow-sticks feature an All-Terrain Rocker shape that’s ideal for beginners to advanced riders alike. Built with a full woodcore and a tapered tip and tail, the 85’s are damp and forgiving, ideal for progressing riders that want a ski that won’t hold them back.
PINNACLE 88 TI (128-88-110) 15m@184 (ALL) Wood/Metal. The pinnacle 88 is the streamlined version of the 95, with all the guts of it’s brethren. Lightweight construction combined with the carefully tapered tip and tail makes the 88 able to take your skiing to the next level.
PINNACLE 95 TI (132/95/115) 17m@184 (TC,TR) Wood/Metal. The updated Pinnacle 95 is a surfy, quiver of one freeride ski. A 95mm waist allows the skier to change edges quickly and efficiently on-piste and in variable terrain, but is still wide enough when the snow piles up on storm days. Truly a jack of all trades, the 95 is the ripping, confidence boosting ski you’ve been looking for.
PINNACLE 105 TI (137/105/121) 19m@184 (TC) Wood/Metal. Playful and aggressive, the Pinnacle 105 has been completely overhauled to deliver a freeride ski that’s armed for off-piste charging as well as corduroy cruising. It’s re-engineered rocker tip produces effortless float in deep snow and traditional camber throughout the body of the ski ensure predictable responsiveness at medium and high speed.
PINNACLE 118 (145-118-135) 23m@184 (TC) Wood/Carbon. The Pinnacle 118 has a great float, it’s poppy and fun, and super easy to slarve. It has a generous amount of rise in the tip and tail to help you surf through powder and slash big turns, but has enough camber underfoot that you can carve down groomers without losing control.
POACHER (124-96-118) 19m@184 (TC) Wood core. If you want a ski that rides equally well in the park, rips pow and zips down the groomers, the K2 Poacher is an easy choice.
SIR FRANCIS BACON (135-104-131) 17.4m @ 184 (TC,TR) Wood core. For the skier whose playground is the entire mountain. It strikes a perfect balance between fun, float & grip. Early Rise design keeps you floating in powder forwards & backwards with a nice springy tip & tail for big ollies and smooth butters.
ENFORCER 110 (140-110-129) 16.5m@177 (TC, TR) Wood/Metal. Designed to cater to soft snow, the Enforcer 110 is as powerful as it is playful. Metal and carbon design enhances response and dampens vibrations for an especially smooth ride. And to blast through crud and offer additional floatation, the it sports a high rise tip and tail rocker. For all mountain performance tailored to soft snow, choose the Enforcer 110.
ENFORCER 100 (133-100-121) 18.5m@185. (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Metal. For a ride that’s smooth and stable, it pairs a full wood core with two sheets of metal. In addition to dampening vibrations, this enhances stability and response. And for greater floatation in soft snow and to boost confidence in variable conditions, it features early rise tip and tail rocker with traditional camber under foot. Smooth, powerful, and playful, the Enforcer 100 is up for anything.
ENFORCER 93 (126-93-114) 16.5m@177. (ALL) Wood/Metal. Equipped with a narrower waist, the Enforcer 93 loves to be on edge. No wonder it’s a favorite among skiers who spend most of their time on trails. A full wood core sandwiched between two sheets of metal offers exceptional stability and response and dampens vibrations for an especially smooth ride. It also provides exceptional edge hold to inspire confidence and lay down powerful and precise turns. And to readily absorb bumps and offer flotation in soft snow, it sports early rise tip and tail rocker.
GPO (140-116-128) 22m@182 (TC) Wood core. Freeride/powder/big-mountain ski with “116mm underfoot, a substantial shovel and long slow tip, cambered mid-zone with a playful radius, and slight tail rocker accenting an easy tail taper.”
MVP (133-110-126) 24m@183 (TC) Wood core. “Thanks to design features like an ideal do-it-all underfoot dimension of 110mm easing into a slight early taper in the tip and tail, complemented with generous tip and tail rocker and underfoot camber, the MVP can do it all and then some.”
RX (141-116-128) 28m@179 (TC) Wood core. “The surface area of a powder ski that is still versatile, holds a solid edge in variable snow, and can carve up the groomer on the way back to the lift. It has a longer sidecut running length, 116mm waist and just the right tip rocker, and no tail rocker.”
EXPERIENCE 94 TI (132-94-122) 19m@187 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Metal. The new re- design of the Experience series has a brand new shape and rocker profile that makes it easier to ski in deep and variable snow. The new E94 has more taper in the tip and tail which allows it to drift and smear turns without any loss in carving performance.
EXPERIENCE 88 TI (127-88-117) 16m@180 (ALL) Wood/Metal. Identical construction and flex as the new E94, but with a narrower waist width for more time on the frontside of the mountain.
SOUL 7 HD (136-106-126) 18m@180 (ALL) Wood/carbon. The most innovative, popular, and playful freeride ski in the world, the SOUL 7 HD has been designed for even more instinctive versatility and progressive freeride performance. Featuring Air Tip and Carbon Alloy Matrix technologies, at 106mm underfoot, it’s lighter and more powerful, with the uncompromising versatility to go wherever the snow takes you.
SKY 7 HD (128-98-118) 18m@180 (ALL) Wood/carbon. The ultimate fusion of lightweight agility and freeride versatility, the SKY 7 HD has been designed for uncompromising free skiing performance. Whether skiing the resort or backcountry touring, the 98mm waist combined with new Air Tip and Carbon Alloy Matrix provides a progressive, lightweight blend of stability, floatation, and edge grip to go wherever the snow takes you.
SUPER 7 HD (140-116-130) 20m (TC) Wood/Carbon. At 116mm underfoot, the SUPER 7 HD supplies effortless floatation and instant speed control for unrivaled big-mountain performance in the deepest snow conditions.
QST 92 (130-92-113) 17m@177. (TC,TR,SV) Wood core. Sporting a healthy dose of versatile tip rocker and a power platform, you’ll be busting through crud, lacing zipper lines, and arcing turns on the groomers like a champ.
XDR 84 Ti (131-84-114) 15m@179 (TC,TR) Wood/Metal. This on-trail rocket possesses all the qualities you want in your carving skis. Easy and predictable, but also solid and responsive.
100 EIGHT (141-108-124) 22m@181. (TC,TR,SV) Wood core. This ski offers a lightweight, lively feel, versatile shape, flat tail design, Full Rocker, Smart Early Taper, and an open radius combine for a smooth, playful ride in a variety of big mountain conditions, from deep powder to groomers.
90 EIGHT (133-98-116) 20.1@177 (TC,SV) Wood core. An incredibly light weight, versatile freeride ski that handles anything from bumps to trees to groomers, and even powder and crud. The early-taper sidecut and open radius mean you can steer it anywhere you want it to go with an easy, cruisy feel.
RTM 84 UVO (131-84-112) 17.9m@177 (ALL) Wood/Metal. From hard to fresh snow, Völkl engineers have created the performance standard that advanced to expert skiers will feel and enjoy on every turn. With extended Tip & Tail Rocker with camber under foot, the RTM 84 puts the skier in total control of the front side of the mountain.
RTM 81 (128-81-109) 17.9m@177 (KB) Wood/Metal. Any skier from advanced to expert can use the RTM 81 as an every day ski. Its versatile width, combined with the innovative construction are ideally suited for all day ripping on the groomers. The extended tip & tail rocker allows for effortless carving experience wherever you go.
MANTRA M5 (134-96-117) 19.8m@177 (ALL) Wood/Titanium/Carbon. If you were looking for the one ski that you can take everywhere, the Mantra has always been amongst the chosen few. A complete re-design of the ski adds carbon tips, titanal frame and full sidewall. The new dimensions are built around a multi layer wood core and feature a moderate taper tip & tail rocker, allowing it to be skied in a playful way or with full force whenever needed.
KENDO (127-90-110) 20.8m@177 (ALL) Wood/Titanium. The Mantra’s slender brother, built for lighter riders or those, who seek the perfect compromise on- and off-piste. With a 90mm waist width, early taper in the forebody, and tip and tail rocker with camber under foot, the Kendo continues to rack up awards and accolades. Its carefully crafted design elements allow it to feel playful in soft snow, while maintaining the edge grip, stability, and frontside performance that have made it so popular.
KANJO (123-84-104) 17.6m@168 (ALL) Wood/Partial Titanium. The Kanjo is an easy handling ski featuring an 84mm waist along with the Titanal Band construction. It also features tip and tail rocker, full sidewall construction, and moderate taper in the tip. This combination of technologies creates a lively yet stable feel for cruising the front side blended with smooth, buttery turns on the occasional trip off-piste.
VANTAGE 86 C W (120-86-103.5) 16.1m@157 (TC) Wood/Carbon. The Vantage 86 C women’s is quick, nimble and surprisingly stable for a ski so light. The stability is provided by unique construction and sidewalls that deliver edge hold on even the hardest surfaces. The ski has the perfect blend of camber/rocker, shape, and lively flex for a user-friendly experience.
VANTAGE 90 TI W (124.5-90-111) 16.5m@161 (TC,TR) Wood/Metal. The new Vantage 90 TI W is the sweet spot for female all-mountain skiers who still spend most of their time on-piste. The versatile ski still has plenty of width to handle a range of off-piste conditions, with a narrow enough shape to offer all the control and precision you need on piste.
ATRIS BIRDIE (136-108-122) 20m@160 (TC) Wood core. Lighter and a little softer, the Atris Birdie is the favorite choice of women freeriders who want skis that perform under variable conditions, on both hard and soft snow.
CAMOX BIRDIE (120-97-109) 18m@165 (TC) Wood/Carbon/Kevlar. Softer at the tip and tail for soft snow performance, with stiffness underfoot for grip and stability, this midfat strikes a perfect balance for ultimate versatility.
BLACK PEARL 98 (131-98-116) 19m@173 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Carbon. Designed for females who ski everywhere, the Black Pearl 98 is a lightweight Flipcore powder ski with a 98mm waist. It’s the perfect setup for the woman in search of a wider ski that boasts unparalleled versatility. Featuring a rockered tip and camber underfoot that flows into an early rise tail, it’s a stable ski that floats in powder, blows through crud, and grips on groomers.
BLACK PEARL 88 (126-88-110) 18m@173 (ALL) Wood/Carbon. At 88mm underfoot, and with a women’s specific construction, the Black Pearl 88 performs on groomers, in the trees, through bumps and in powder. Its lightweight construction, early rise tip and tail, and camber underfoot make this ski a go-to for ripping female skiers as well as those looking for the confidence.
SHEEVA 9 (124-92-114) 14m@164 (TC) Wood/Metal. The 92mm underfoot means that the Sheeva 9 wants to venture off the beaten track and explore the mountain, but also offers performance on-piste. Poppy and playful, yet still with great stability and power underfoot, it’s the perfect combination for all-mountain women skiers.
SHEEVA 10 (131.5-102-121.5) 14.5m@164 (TC,TR) Wood/Carbon. From pow to packed pow and anything in between, this ski will make any turn shape at any speed in any terrain effortless.
SHEEVA 11 (139-112-129) 16m@164 (TC) Wood/Metal. The construction combined with the ski’s 112 mm waist width and rockered tips and tails give it awesome performance in soft snow and off-piste terrain. It’s exceptionally easy to throw side to side thanks to the light swing weight and rocker profile.
LEGEND W84 (123-84-106) 17m (TC,TR) Wood core. The LEGEND W 84 merges freeride DNA with a modern all-mountain shape for versatile, all-terrain performance. The progressive five-point sidecut and rocker profile supply natural versatility and a large balanced “sweet spot” for instant comfort.
TOTAL JOY (132-85-112) 13.6m@163 (TC,TR) Wood/Graphene core. Light in weight but packed with performance, the Total Joy with women’s-specific construction is an all-mountain goddess of stoke for confident, advanced-to-expert female skiers. Thanks to its construction and the all-terrain qualities of Allride Rocker, the ski is extremely light, yet stable, with impressive balance and control.
ALLUVIT 88 TI (128-88-110) 13.5m@170 (ALL) Wood/Metal. The Alluvit 88 is the total package for women looking for an all-mountain ski. The 88mm waist provides flotation in the fresh snow, carves nicely on the groomers, and zips down through the bumps. A Metal Laminate creates extra edge hold when things feel firm, and extra stability when you get really moving.
FULLUVIT 95 TI (132-95-115) 14m@170 (TC,SV) Wood/Metal. All terrain rocker and a lightweight wood core gives this ski the capability to float over and crush any condition you may find on the mountain. A metal laminate on top of the wood core gives this ski tons of power and edge hold when you need it, and dampens the ride for smooth sailing.
GOTTALUVIT 105 TI (137-105-121) 16m@170 (TC) Wood/Metal. The 105’s, with their supple flex and 105 mm waist, are that hard-charging ladies’ ski you’ve been looking for years! No longer do you have to buy a dude’s ski to get that variable snow performance.
THRILLUVIT 85 (128-85-112) 13.5m@170 (TC,TR) Wood core. The Thrilluvit 85 makes it easier than ever to dabble in the freeride category with an easy to control 85mm waist and easy to turn playful freeride profile. Advanced skiers will appreciate its nimbleness on technical terrain, while those novices will be hooked by its flow and finesse.
TOUGH LUV (129-82-111) 14m@160 (KB) Wood/Carbon. The new Tough Luv is a ski for ladies looking for a smooth ride on the frontside of the mountain. Carbon for an energetic and lively feel, partial cap construction at the tip and tail for an easy turn entry and exit, and sidewall underfoot for a superb edge grip on firm snow.
ENDLESS LUV (125-80-107) 15m@160 (KB) Wood/Carbon. A great choice for strong female skiers who love ripping turns down groomed runs. The lightweight core has a progressive flex that is further enhanced by carbon to add energy out of your turn. Sidewalls enhance power transmission to the edges, giving you edge hold that allows you to lay down carves with confidence.
SANTA ANA 100 (131-100-119) 13.5m@161. (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Metal. Some skis truly do it all. Thanks to a balsa wood core with carbon sandwiched between two sheets of metal, it offers a ride that’s especially smooth and stable. Simply put, the Santa Ana offers a modern design that allows you to ski how you want—where you want. Whether ducking in the trees on a powder day or skiing groomers, the Santa Ana 100 is up for anything.
SANTA ANA 93 (124-93-112) 13.5m@161 (ALL) Wood/Metal. The Santa Ana 93 is at home anywhere on the mountain. It loves making fluid turns on groomers—yet it can still make you smile on a powder day. And because its 93mm waist offers exceptional versatility, it’s the perfect daily driver for women looking to explore the entire mountain. Light, powerful, and playful!
SOUL 7 HD W (136-104-126) 16m@164 (ALL) Wood/Carbon. The most innovative, popular, and playful women’s freeride ski in the world, the SOUL 7 HD W has been designed for instinctive versatility and progressive freeride performance. Featuring Air Tip and Carbon Alloy Matrix technologies, at 104mm underfoot, it’s lighter, and more powerful, with the uncompromising versatility to go wherever the snow takes you.
EXPERIENCE 88 TI W (127-88-117) 14m@166 (TC,TR,SV) Wood/Metal. The new E 88 Ti W is an excellent ski for the strong intermediate to advanced skiing woman who wants all-mountain versatility. The 88mm waist is perfect for the ladies looking to spend most of their time on the frontside of the mountain, but not afraid to search out fresh snow, bumps or crud.
100 EIGHT W (141-108-124) 16.7m@165. (TC,TR,SV) Wood core. Full Rocker, Early Taper, and a smooth radius combine for a smooth, playful ride in a variety of conditions, from deep powder to groomers (although it favors the former). The ski offers a lightweight, lively feel, a versatile shape, and flat tail.
SECRET (130-92-113) 14.2m@156 (ALL) Wood/Metal/Carbon. With titanal frame, carbon tips and full sidewall, the all new Secret possesses a highly reactive tip & tail rocker ski with moderate taper, mulit layer wood core. This replacement to the Aura is the ideal choice for women who love to ride hard on the slopes and smooth in deep powder.
KENJA (127-90-110) 15.6m@156 (ALL) Wood/Titanium. The Kenja features a 90mm waist, moderate taper in the tip, and the added maneuverability of tip and tail rocker. These design elements create easier, more playful handling, while maintaining the edge grip, stability, and frontside performance that have made it one of the most popular all mountain skis on the market.
YUMI (123-84-104) 14.6m@154 (ALL) Wood/Partial Titanium. The strength of the Yumi has always been the huge range of skiers’ abilities who could enjoy it. The lively, yet stable feel on the front side blended with the float and maneuverability for an occasional off piste ramble make it yet another winner.