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$499.99
The entry-level Deacon, perfectly adapted for beginners' needs. When you start to ride the mountains, you don't want to worry about too many things at once. The Deacon X with 72mm under the foot and tip rocker offers easy turn initiation and smooth riding on the slopes. The vMotion1 system is GripWalk compatible and makes getting out and into the binding very easy. It always provides great power transfer onto the ski. Technology: - Center Sidewall - Plate System vMotion1 - Base: P-Tex 2100 - Composite core - Tip rocker
$499.99
A ski for the fun-loving woman who is recently excited about skiing and wants the right tool to help begin her adventures as a real skier. The joy a recently started skier feels cruising the slopes is the same exact joy a pro feels while ripping the steeps, and the Flair 72 keeps that truth in mind. At 72mm wide underfoot, the Flair 72 is a beginner ski focused on easy handling and support. The tip rocker not only makes for seamless turn initiation, but also allows the skier to drift, slide, and pivot as they master their downhill skills. The Composite Core provides a soft, smooth flex, and the Center Sidewall reduces weight while keeping stability in the middle of the ski. For added riding comfort, the vMotion1 Binding delivers a comfortable connection with the snow and is compatible with GripWalk soles, a rubbery sole on many boots, or added to boots that make walking easier and more enjoyable. The Flair 72s are the perfect companion to begin a lifelong love affair with skiing. Details: - Dimensions: 123-72-104 - Sidecut Radius Center: 9.4 - Composite Core - Base P-Tex 2100 - Center Sidewall - Tip Rocker - Binding Plate Premounted: Yes - Type of Premounted Binding: Vmotion 10 GW
$699.99
This is an all-mountain freeride with a state-of-the-art build that can be used for so many different things by experienced skiers who relish powerful turns on any terrain and on any piste. Like the new Mantra and Kenja, the Kendo 88 comes with revised geometry and a one-meter shorter center radius in its 3D Radius Sidecut. The key is that the three different radii combined in one ski make for enormously versatile cornering. The new 16 m radius in the middle further increases its radius variability. Thrills await if you love tight turns cut fully on the edge. This ski encourages a sporty, intuitive style on groomed slopes, but also provides the maneuverability you need to get through challenging terrain. Less force is required too, thanks to a shorter centre radius. This season, the Kendo 88 also features Tailored Carbon Tips and a Tailored Titanal Frame. So if it wasn’t clear already, there can now be no doubt that Fun is Kendo’s middle name. Tailored Technologies – exclusively from Völkl The Tailored Titanal Frame, which features in the Mantra, Secret, Kendo, and Kenja, is an evolution of our familiar Titanal Frame. In this design, the width of the Titanal upper belt can be adapted to the length of the ski; the resulting torsional stiffness and the desired damping behavior can be adapted to the skier. The Titanal content is reduced in shorter skis, which means shorter and lighter skiers can get the most out of their skis without excessive effort. The new Tailored Carbon Tips make the Kendo 88 extremely versatile. Carbon fibers applied by means of Tailored Fibre Placement (TFP) allow our engineers to influence curve behavior with great accuracy. The strength and alignment of the fibers define the force you need to apply and the energy that builds up where it’s needed. Agile shovel reaction is a feature of special note. This means that as soon as you initiate a turn, you can steer the ski in a measured, easy manner. In other words, simply think about changing direction – and it happens. This construction also allows means less weight without any loss of stability. Also included in the new Kendo 88 with tip and tail rocker is our renowned multilayer wood core surrounded by a full sidewall and a P-Tex 2100 base. - Dimensions: 129-88-113 - Sidecut Radius Center: 13 - Tip & Tail Rocker - Tailored Carbon Tips - Tailored Titanal Frame - Full Sidewall - 3D Radius Sidecut - Base P-Tex 2100 - Multilayer Woodcore 1 - Binding Plate Premounted: no
$799.99
An ultra-versatile, high-performance tip, and tail rocker ski for intermediate to experienced skiers. The Deacon 79 with tip and tail rocker features a 3D.Ridge design, a steel band, and a central sidewall. A P-Tex 2100 base combined with a dual wood core and GripWalk-compatible WideRide XL bindings is designed for playful yet sporty skiing. Details: - Dimensions: 129-79-109 - Sidecut Radius Center: 14.1 / 163 m - Base P-Tex 2100 - Center Sidewall - Tip & Tail Rocker - 3D.Ridge - Glass frame - iPT Wideride - Binding Plate Pre-Mounted: Yes - Premounted Binding Type: iPT Wideride XL
$799.99
A ski for the fun-loving woman who is looking for a sporty, playful, fatigue-free day exploring the entire mountain, in all conditions. If you’ve recently discovered the unrivaled exhilaration of skiing, then the Flair 79 may be your ticket to freedom. The construction is a combination of ease and stability. The 3D.Ridge technology and Center Sidewall significantly reduce weight across the length of the ski, while keeping the power underfoot, where a thin layer of steel adds strength. Each turn is easily initiated, without sacrificing grip, thanks to the extended tip and tail rocker. Power transfer is prioritized by the iPT Wideride binding system; plus the GripWalk compatibility brings a different level of ski boot comfort. With all the thoughts put into it and a slightly wider waist, the Flair 79 opens up more terrain, in more conditions, than any other ski in the Flair lineup. Details: - Dimensions: 129-79-109 - Sidecut Radius Center: 14.1 - Powered by Steel - Center Sidewall - Glass frame - Base P-Tex 2100 - Dual Woodcore -Tip & Tail Rocker - Binding Plate Premounted: Yes - Premounted Binding Type: IPT WR XL 11 TCX GW
$749.99
Classic all-mountain excellence combined with uncanny edgehold on firm snow makes the Salomon Stance 96 Skis one of the best and most versatile quiver-of-one options in the land. A light but stout Karuba and Poplar full woodcore laid up with Double Ti Titanal laminates provides the best in stability at speed and maneuverability in bumps and trees.
$399.99
The Elan Explore 6 is a great option for the improving skier that wants a lightweight and forgiving ski that will help them learn easily or hone their technique. Parabolic Rocker will give you more control by making the Explore 6 enter and exit turns with minimal effort. Rocker in the tip engages the tip of the ski into turns, and rocker in the tail will release the skis from turns very easily. The Explore 6 has Waveflex Technology that uses waves built into the mid-body of the ski that allows it to have an easy longitudinal flex, lowers the total weight of the ski, and increases the torsional strength of the ski that will make it more responsive the faster you ski. The combination of the Full Power Cap Construction with a Dual Wood Core with layers of Fiberglass gives the Explore 6 that perfect amount of forgiveness that will make learning easy, and give you the control that you need to progress to that solid intermediate. If you are just starting out and want a ski that will make learning easy, the Elan Explore 6 is the ski for you.
$599.99
Like a jet on auto-pilot, the Wingman 78 C delivers a smooth, fun ride without added weight and work.
$649.99
The Atomic Cloud Q9 takes the intermediate female skier anywhere the piste may lead. Designed with Atomic's All-Condition Piste Shape, the Cloud Q9 is at home cruising the groomers or making quick turns through afternoon bumps. The generous 75mm waist provides a solid platform for variable snow conditions, while Dura Cap Sidewall construction creates a secure edge hold through the turns. The composite wood core keeps the ski responsive and light to minimize fatigue and maximize fun. The Cloud Q9 is ready to ski hard in the morning and dial it back in the afternoon for cruiser laps with friends-a true, versatile, all-piste ski. Active Camber 0/100/0: - Active Camber increases effective edge contact for better edge grip on icy slopes and stability.
$649.99
The Atomic Redster Q5 is the place to start when considering a performance ski that can handle whatever the piste has in store. Multi Radius Sidecut and a generous 77mm waist combine to make the All-Condition Piste shape, the key behind the Redster Q5's ability to make quick, snappy short radius turns as effortlessly as long flowing arcs across the slope in any snow conditions. The TI Powered laminate, Dura Cap Sidewall construction, and a high-grade wood core create a smooth, stable ski that is confident in any situation. Firm morning groomers are just as fun as tracked-out slush in the afternoon. Whether you're out to push yourself or take easy laps with friends the Redster Q5 has you covered. Active Camber 0/100/0: - Active Camber increases effective edge contact for better edge grip on icy slopes and stability.
$549.99
Ready to hit the slopes in style? The Armada ARV 84 Skis + EM10 Bindings comes pre-packaged and ready to roll. The ARV 84 features AR Freestyle rocker to keep you centered and ready to learn the turns, while a mid-soft flex profile absorbs chatter and encourages progression. With cool graphics, an approachable waist width for hard snow, included bindings, and Armada's signature style, you'll be throwing corks or hitting cliffs in no time.
$699.99
The Armada Declivity 88 C Skis are built for exceptional carving performance with some playful, all-mountain flair. Uncompromised agility meets unwavering precision in the Armada Declivity 88 C Skis. Designed to blur the line between all-mountain and frontside, the Declivity 88 C features a lightweight yet energetic construction for multi-purpose adaptability in a wide range of conditions. Its Caruba Core receives a generous carbon upgrade with Armada’s Carbon Stringers running the length of the ski, providing excellent energy rebound and snap when carving at high speeds on groomers. Though primarily an on-piste performer, the Freeride Rocker Profile of the Declivity 88 C endows this daily-driver with some generous all-mountain capabilities—possessing a great blend of float, agility, and edge grip when venturing off-trail into technical terrain. At 88mm underfoot, the Declivity 88 C falls on the narrower end of the Declivity lineup and offers, perhaps, the best carving performance out of the series. Boasting exceptional edge hold, stout durability, and enviable responsiveness in its lightweight package, the Armada Declivity 88 C Skis earn their rightful title as “tip it and rip it” performers, mountain wide.
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