UNLIMITED - THE GRIZZLY
Thanks to Motion iPT Wideride and a shape of 131-89-114mm, the Grizzly is wide enough to float through powder, and can carve on hard, groomed snow with ease. Its versatility is increased even further by Power Switch Technology, with three settings that allow the skier to increase or decrease the ski’s power at will.
Volkl RTM 84
Winner of every major magazine award in this season’s buyer’s guides, the innovative RTM 84 is designed for good skiers who want smooth carving on the front side of the mountain combined with uncanny maneuverability in soft snow. Völkl’s proprietary full rocker technology gives the skier smooth, direct turn initiation, and a playful overall feel. Its new construction even yields a 15% weight savings compared to its predecessor. The RTM 84 will appeal to skiers who like to bust through crud and chopped up powder, yet still have a ski that can truly rip the groomers. Its Extended Double Grip construction, Motion iPT Wide Ride system, and full wood core with 2 sheets of metal are all at the heart of the highest performing ski of its genre.
Volkl RTM 80
Complementing the RTM 84 is the all-new Full Rocker RTM 80, a ski for the advanced to expert skier looking for more bandwidth in a high performance, frontside/all-mountain ski. Its uncanny blend of carving prowess combined with occasional off-piste capability re-sets the bar in this popular category.
Volkl RTM 77
Yet another new shape in the innovative RTM series is the RTM 77. For advanced skiers who want a frontside ski that can handle some soft snow on a whim, the new RTM 77 over-delivers. Our Progressive Technology Full Rocker design makes it smooth, silky, and forgiving all at once.
Volkl RTM 75is
The new RTM 75iS suits intermediate skiers looking for a great frontside ride that will also take them off piste. It also features our game improvement tip rocker, Progressive Technology, which gives the ski an incredibly smooth ride.
Volkl RTM 73
With a shape of 120-73-105, the Unlimited AC’s brand-new Progressive Technology gives intermediate skiers effortless turning and comfort. Its new Progressive Edge tip features an early rise, for easy handling and smooth turn entry. The Progressive Flex tail features a thinner profile in its center for a softer torsional flex, allowing the improving skier to exit the turn with ease, for better control.
Gold Medal winner in Ski Magazine, the newly designed Mantra with Tip Rocker is the pinnacle product for the skier who wants to ski the deep stuff, yet still have a solid, all-mountain feel on the front of the mountain. Still unparalleled in the market, it’s the go-to ski for those who want a powder ski that is versatile enough to ski hard on groomed terrain as well.
2011 winner of Gear Guides Ski Of The Year the Kendo is back for 2012 unchanged. Gold Medal winner in Ski Magazine for the 2nd year in a row the Kendo is for the the skier who wants an all mountain freeride ski for 50/50 frontside/backside skiing. It shares the same construction as the Mantra (without tip rocker) but features a shape of 127-88-109, 8mm narrower at the waist.
Völkl’s best all mountain twin tip and a Freeskier magazine editor’s pick, Ski Magazines Gold Medal and our top selling ski in it category, the Bridge is back unchanged from its 2011 glory featuring Völkl’s exclusive Extended Low Profile (ELP) rocker design. Its smooth, gradual bend allows uniform edge contact for an incredibly playful, versatile ride for anything from steep, powdery chutes to the pipe and park.
One of the most award-winning skis the Gotama features Völkl’s exclusive Extended Low Profile (ELP) full rocker technology and a new, rounded top edge for even better manueverability in deep snow. For good skiers who want a playful big mountain twin tip ski that you can also ski all around the mountain as an every day ski.
Powder Mag editors pick, Gold Medal Ski Mag, Gear Guide Epic Choic, and Ski West tested at Mustag Powder, the new Shiro has a shape of 151-119-135. Its blend of playful, easy powder skiing and solid, stable ride quality represent yet another new pinnacle in Völkl’s long history of building big mountain skis that offer incredible float combined with surprising groomed snow performance.
The Chopstick, with its symmetrical 148-128-148 shape and Völkl’s exclusive Extended Low Profile (ELP) rocker technology, is designed to enhance switch takeoffs and landings in deep snow and backcountry situations.
The Katana features a top-end construction with its full Sensorwood core and two sheets of titanium. Meticulously matched with Völkl’s Extended Low Profile (ELP) rocker, the Katana’s 111mm waist gives you float, while the beefy construction allows great handling on harder snow. For good skiers who want a big mountain powder ski that can handle the groomed on occasion.
The Kuro is Völkl’s widest ski, with a shape of 164-132-139, combined with Völkl’s exclusive Extended Low Profile (ELP) rocker technology. New for 2012/13 is the addition of titanal. Titanal enhances ski stability and makes the Kuro ideal for charging through any snow conditon.
The Wall is for the serious park rider who wants the best. It features a fully symmetrical sidecut of 115-87-115 for switch riding, a full Multi-layer sensorwood core and Power/Tough Box construction.
The Ledge features a symmetrical shape that rides equally well switch or forward, as well as a soft jib zone in the forebody. For the rider who wants a ski that is great in the park and performs well all over the mountain.
The Alley is for the young skier who wants a rock solid ride that can help him conquer the park and ski all over the mountain. It features a shape of 111-81-104, a Sensorwood core, and Völkl’s Tough Box construction with extra fiberglass in the mid-body for added strength.