The sporty free-carver of the new all-condition women’s models.
Happy to turn, happy to play, always highly sporty – combine a tip rocker shape with Bio-Logic construction and you end up with fantastic performance on any terrain.
The ultra-light woodcore xtraLIGHT does more than just reduce the weight to levels never before seen at this level of stability. It also gives it an extra dose of liveliness to bring a smile to the face of even the most demanding skier, whatever the situation.
For women who excel on the hardpack and want a ski that holds on ice the Allura won’t disappoint. The Allura brings together full wood extra light core pwered by steel with a soft tip rocker shape and Bio-Logic construction to cover an immense range of scenarios and improve skiing performance. No matter if it’s time for a speed run, quick carving turns or big wide arcs, the Allura is always game to bring it on. You will be thrilled.
A very versatile ski for the advanced intermediate through to strong advanced.
Its looks are dark and elegant, but the Chiara lights up the trail. The moderate tip rocker profile combined with Bio-Logic construction and Progressive technology makes it incredibly easy to initiate turns and allows drifting at the end of turns to compensate for mistakes.
Yet don’t let this ski’s amiability fool you. The new Chiara has plenty of room for sporty performance as well. The newly redeveloped woodcore xtraLight cuts weight significantly and lends the ski greater liveliness.
XTD Progressive Technology, a light tip rocker shape, and Völkl’s dual woodcore light inside, the Adora is for the novice to intermediate skier who wants a game improvement, all-conditions ski that remains fun even as she masters the carving tecnique. The biologic technology’s optimized for the female anotomy, improved stance, geometry and flex, all working together to reduce fatigue and improve performance. Playful easy to ski, always a best seller.
A fantastic new ski for novice skiers, the Viola is updated with Völkl’s new game improvement technology called Progressive Edge. Progressive Edge features an early rise in the tip, for easy handling and smooth turn entry. The Progressive Flex tail features a thinner profile in its center for a softer flex, allowing the skier to exit the turn with ease. With a shape of 120-73-105 the Oceana provides a stable, easy platform for all types of snow conditions.
The Aura is a women’s big mountain ski for experts and near-experts that can also take on the groomed when the snow gets firm. It has a 94mm waist, a full Sensorwood Light core and 2 sheets of Titanium for stability in any snow condition. The all new tip rocker design makes it more playfull and provides better float. No wonder it got the highest score in its category in Ski Magazine!
The Kenja is a brand new ski in the women’s freeskiing category featuring a Bio-Logic shape of 129-86-105. Best suited for advanced to expert women skiers who want to ride a 50/50 blend of groomed or soft snow conditions, the Kenja (meaning: wise person) is sure to become a go-to all mountain freeride ski for the 2010/2011 season.
The Kiku features a shape of 137-106-122mm. Our ELP – Elongated Low Profile rocker technology gives it incredible manueverability in the deep stuff, combined with solid groomed-snow performance. A lightweight multi-layer Sensorwood core gives it resilience and durability for any big-mountain challenge.
The new freestyle top model for our team, with tip & tail rocker
Pyra is a bit wider than its predecessor PRL and comes with a moderate tip & tail rocker that makes the ski extremely playful and quick to react.
The ski’s extra maneuverability, especially when initiating turns, makes itself most clearly felt during takeoff and landing. Even twists can be handled easily and with extreme chill.
And the Pyra is anything but a shrink-it-and-pink-it product. Similar to the Ledge, it was designed especially for female freestylers, with a correspondingly adapted multi-layer woodcore and Tough Box construction inside.