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$449.93 at REI

Fancy yourself a mountain-shredding black belt? Do your damage with the Volkl Kendo Ski, which slices and dices the whole mountain... with the precision of a samurai's blade. Volkl married an 89mm waist to traditional underfoot camber to create a ski that won't back down from any ice-coast face or Rocky Mountain hardpack, and laid it up with titanium to give you plenty of power when you need to rail your turns. The Kendo also uses Volkl's trademark Power Construction, with features a torsion box and vertical sidewalls to enhance the ski's stiffness and durability. Although it would be an excellent daily driver for eastern rippers, the Kendo's not a traditional carving ski. It's plenty wide enough to eat up the occasional shot of power, and has been outfitted with tip rocker to help it cruise over rough snow, ease turn initiation, and ride consistently in all snow conditions. Volkl also hooked the Kendo up with a multi-layer wood core, which features stiff ash underfoot to improve binding retention and power, with lively poplar in the tips and tails for playfulness and easy maneuvering. East coasters looking for an everyday rippers or western shredders who need a do-it-all ski for the hardpack, the Kendo's your new weapon of choice, Read More

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$449.93 at REI

Peanut butter and chocolate. Beer and pretzels. Ice and cream. Some things are too good to mess with, and you can add the Volkl Go...tama Ski to the list. It's a big-mountain ski dressed up like a do-it-all charger, and it might well be the only thing you'll need to have in your quiver this winter. At 107mm underfoot, the Goat is plenty wide for all but the deepest pow days, and it has the ELP (Extended Low Profile) rocker to prove it. The rocker profile is designed to compliment the ski's flex and sidecut, so it's incredibly easy to get full edge contact when you roll your ski up and try to lock into a turn. This makes the Gotama a serious performer on the hardpack, even though its dimensions would suggest it's more at home in the soft stuff. Of course, it still floats like a butterfly when you're in a pow-gobbling mood. You can drive it hard no matter where you're riding, though, courtesy of a Power/Tough Box construction that uses stiff ash underfoot and lively poplar in the tip and tail, with a fiberglass and composite sheath around the ash for plenty of stiffness and power where you need it. This helps to prevent binding pull-outs, too, so you don't have to worry about hammering a turn and looking down to find that your ski isn't attached to your binding anymore. You won't find a tougher, more exciting do-it-all big-mountain ski around. Read More

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Volkl
$449.93 at REI

Instead of buying 3 pair of skis buy one: the Volkl Kendo; they're super versatile. With a traditional camber underfoot and a tip ...rocker carving will feel responsive and smooth both on the groomers and soft snow. The titanium reinforcement increases stabi Read More

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$399.93 at REI

Craving some corduroy? Hungry for hardpack? Trees sound tasty? Strap on the Volkl Yumi Women's Ski and go get your fill. Falling o...n the frontside end of Volkl's women's freesking spectrum, the Yumi's an all-mountain freerider that devours bumps, trees, and groomers without a worry. It features traditional camber through the body of the ski for grip and stability, but has a rockered tip that smooths out bumpy rides, cruises over soft patches, and makes it super easy to initiate turns in any conditions. It has a moderate turning radius, making it easy to control, and an 83mm waist that's slim enough to be nimble but wide enough to provide a stable platform for all your riding. While the Yumi's smaller than Volkl's other offerings, it's not a shrinking violet. It features the same multi-layer wood core as the other freeride models--flexy poplar in the tip and tail, and stiff ash underfoot for power, control, and binding retention--and has a Power/Tough Box fiberglass and synthetic wrap for torsional stiffness without unnecessary weight. You won't find a more fun, versatile ride on the mountain. Read More

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Volkl
$499.93 at REI

For years, the Volkl Mantra's been the gold standard for all-mountain edge grip--you could point it at anything and let 'er rip, b...ut it was a ski that always wanted to be driving a hard edge. The combo of power, precision, and width made for a wonderfully versatile quiver-of-one ski, but always left a slight feeling that you were missing out on some of the powder-munching, turn-smearing fun of surfier, more forgiving boards. This year? Not so much. Kiss those hangups goodbye and say hello to the new Mantra, a slightly fatter, fully rockered all-mountain animal that has all the aggressive, hard-charging instincts of the original, tempered with a dose of pure pow lovin'. If you're into powder (is that even a question?) two words should stand out from the first paragraph: Full. Rocker. While the old Mantra could be overly aggressive in soft snow and tight trees, the new profile combines with a tapered tip to ease things up, making it easier to throw your skis sideways, scrub speed, and have more fun when things get soft and you need to be light on your feet--you'll be able to vary your turn shapes, opening things up when you feel the need for speed and shutting them down when things get techy. Don't worry about sacrificing hardpack performance, though. Even though its waist is two millimeters wider than previous iterations, the Mantra uses Volkl's burly, aggressive Power Construction, with a torsion box for stiffness, vertical sidewalls for durability, and a titanium laminate to keep you charging hard, because, after all, it's still a Mantra. There's ash underfoot for power and top-shelf binding retention, with poplar in the tip and tail for a more lively, playful feel. If you find something it can't handle, you're probably trying to use it as a boat, or a machete, or a pair of pants; keep it pointing downhill on the snow, and you'll see why it's such a legend. Read More

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Volkl
$499.93 at REI

When you're riding up the lift, all people see is another pretty pair of pink bases; make sure you mount your helmet cam backwards..., so you can relish their stunned faces as you blast through frozen roller-balls on your way to the steep and deep on the Volkl Aura Women's Ski. The Aura's a charger, with a torsion box construction and titanium sandwiching the poplar-and-ash core for an incredible combination of power, stability, and poppiness. The ash has been placed under the bindings for increased stiffness and binding hold, while there's poplar in the tips in tails for a fun, snappy ride in all sorts of snow. Which means you can put to rest once and for all the notion that pink can't be fast and rugged. Of course, what use is a powder ski that can't float? None, which is why Volkl made sure the Aura was pow-proven, with a fully rockered profile and 100mm waist that's designed to make short work of big dumps, day-after chunder, and soft springtime corn. Rockered skis are easy to turn and comfortable to ride in bumpy conditions, and the Aura also incorporates a tapered tip that makes turn initiation even easier, so riding at speed doesn't have be a no-turning experience. It can be if you prefer, though. Read More

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$449.93 at REI

The Volkl Women's Kenja Ski is a fun-loving ski that indulges in occasional powder and relishes ripping down groomers, no matter t...he number of diamonds on the trail sign. A skinnier version of the more powder-hungry Aura, the Kenja checks in at 87mm underfoot, making it significantly friendlier on the hardpack than its big sister without giving up the float necessary to enjoy the freshies. Volkl made sure to include a rockered tip, too, which will smooth out any bumpy rides, surf through powder, and make turn initiation a snap. Although it's buttery smooth to ski, the Kenja has the chops to open things up a little, courtesy of a titanium laminate sandwiched to the multi-layer ash and poplar core. The ash is located underfoot to improve torsional stiffness, while the light, flexible poplar provides pop and playfulness in the tip and tail. Volkl built the Kenja with its torsion box Power Construction, too, which utilizes traditional vertical sidewalls for durability and serious grip when you're looking to rail some turns, helping make the Kenja one of the smoothest, most versatile skis out there. Read More

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$199.99 at evo.com

The Vlkl Alley Skis are aimed squarely at the young skier who still covers the whole mountain but whose heart is in the park. With... a slightly directional twin tip shape and solid Vlkl Tough Box construction, you may be able to kill it hard enough on these skis to land your first sponsorship, or at least your first 720. Read More

Volkl
$449.00 at evo.com

The Volkl Women's Kenja Ski is a fun-loving ski that indulges in occasional powder and relishes ripping down groomers, no matter t...he number of diamonds on the trail sign. A skinnier version of the more powder-hungry Aura, the Kenja checks in at 87mm underfoot, making it significantly friendlier on the hardpack than its big sister without giving up the float necessary to enjoy the freshies. Volkl made sure to include a rockered tip, too, which will smooth out any bumpy rides, surf through powder, and make turn initiation a snap. Although it's buttery smooth to ski, the Kenja has the chops to open things up a little, courtesy of a titanium laminate sandwiched to the multi-layer ash and poplar core. The ash is located underfoot to improve torsional stiffness, while the light, flexible poplar provides pop and playfulness in the tip and tail. Volkl built the Kenja with its torsion box Power Construction, too, which utilizes traditional vertical sidewalls for durability and serious grip when you're looking to rail some turns, helping make the Kenja one of the smoothest, most versatile skis out there. Read More

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$369.00 at evo.com

Forget about those cheesy foam core capped kid's skis, the Vlkl Shiro Jr Skis are the real deal. Built with an honest Multi-Layer ...wood core and full sidewall Vlkl Power Construction like an adult ski, the 100 mm waist on these babies will let the young and light kill it in any kind of soft snow. If your kid shuns the park and hankers to follow you outside the resort gates, get him or her the Shiro Jr and watch them rip. Read More

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$539.99 at evo.com

The Volkl Mantra Skis have a new full-rocker profile designed to up their performance in soft snow. This year's Mantra floats effo...rtlessly above the powder and turns really easily even in a tight tree line. When you find yourself back on the groomers the Read More

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$114.99 at evo.com

She'll love skiing all the more when the learning comes easy with the Vlkl Chica Skis. The Chica is designed to get her up and mak...ing real carved turns right from the start, without the steep learning curve of old school straight kids' skis. Your chica will be ripping the resort within days, and you'll have a skier for life. Read More

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$699.99 at evo.com

The ideas behind the Volkl Three Ski are pretty simple--make it wide, make it straight, make it surfy, and make it fun. At 135mm u...nderfoot, the first point's been accomplished. The second? In the 186cm length, the Three has a turning radius of nearly 51m--that long enough for you? Surfy? Sure, thanks, to the fully rockered profile and tapered tip that smears, slides, floats, and slashes through the deepest powder you can find. Is all this fun? That's down to preference, but if you're into blower pow, big open lines, and massive mountains, it's hard to imagine it's not going to be your weapon of choice. Like most of Volkl's freeride skis, the Three features a multi-layer wood core, with stiff, powerful ash underfoot and light, playful poplar in the tip and tail, and a Power/Tough Box construction that has vertical sidewalls, a powerful torsion box, and a fiberglass and composite laminate so you can charge with confidence. The Three also has a tapered tip, which makes it easier to slide into and out of turns as well as dump speed, so you can have (almost) too much fun in the deepest snow you'll find this year. Read More

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$439.99 at evo.com

When the day calls for a little bit of powder skiing in the morning, some groomers around lunchtime, and an afternoon session in t...he park, strap on the Volkl Bridge Ski and quit wasting time thinking about what to do. As the name suggests, the Bridge is made to handle everything on the mountain, with a fully rockered profile to surf through powder and cruise over bumpy terrain, a poppy poplar-and-ash core to boost in the park, and Volkl's Power/Tough Box construction to power down big lines without feeling squirrely. At 95mm underfoot, it's big enough to float but small enough to be nimble, with a torsion box, vertical sidewalls, and a fiberglass and composite laminate that let you push the speed limit on big terrain. While ash underfoot is nice and stiff for control and improved binding retention, the poplar is located in the tip and tail to provide loads of pop when you're jumping off things in the park or the middle of your line. And, while the Bridge is fully rockered, the sidecut matches the rocker profile so you have all the edge contact you need to rail groomers and handle hardpack with ease. Smooth, playful, and powerful, it's a quiver of one that just won't quit. Read More

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$499.99 at evo.com

Back in the day, a ski with a 116-millimeter waist was a pow-only fat ski for people who lived in the Pacific Northwest or the Roc...kies. But times have changed, and while the Volkl One Ski has a fairly chunky waist, it also boasts a strong, durable poplar and beech full wood core, torsion box wrap, and carbon reinforcement that add up to quickness, stability, and all-terrain power. A large-radius sidecut means you can rocket down the mountainside; and the full rocker profile still stays afloat in the deepest snow. It's the new breed of big-mountain all-mountain ski, and the One's measurements put it squarely in the middle of Vokl's line of freeskiing weapons. Read More

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$539.99 at evo.com

The Volkl One Women's Ski is a powder-loving, big-mountain eating tool that can hold its own all over the hills. The One checks in... with a 116mm waist that's plenty wide enough to slay all but the snorkeliest powder days, and has a 23. 5m turning radius in the 176cm version, so you can really open it up on big, fast faces. It's fully rockered too, so you'll be able to slide, smear, and surf turns through all the deep stuff, and has a tapered tip that eases turn initiation and makes it easier to throw your skis sideways for permagrin-inducing powerslides and giant slash turns. Don't let all this powder fun make you forget that the One is still a Volkl, after all, which means tough construction and surprising frontside abilities. Like most of Volkl's freeride skis, the One has a multi-layer wood core, with ash underfoot to provide stiffness and binding retention, and poplar in the tip and tail for a lively, buttery-smooth ride and low weight. The Power/Tough Box torsion-box construction provides plenty of strength when you're torquing the ski into high-G turns, and the fiberglass-and-composite laminate gives you the strength to charge and stomp without making the One feel like a straight-lining two-by-four. As a powder-hungry everyday west-coat ski or the fat end of an east-coast quiver, the One is, well, the one. Read More

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$347.90 at evo.com

For those that have an unusual taste when it comes to hitting the hill and those that do what others only dream about, Volkl made ...the Kink Ski. You can ride rail, overshoot, undershoot, and stomp hard--all of your little park-and-pipe fantasies--and the Kink will be grinning from tip to tail right there with you. It has a stable width of 89mm, hardcore construction, and camber that rebounds, so you can do it all. Heck, if you want to take it out of the park and blister down some groomers and hit a stash in the trees as well, this ski can hang with whatever you have in mind. With a slight rocker in the tip and tail, combined with a classic camber profile under the foot, the Kink offers an ideal blend for frontside carving. The bomber tough carbon-enhanced box construction can take a beating, while the multi-layer sensorwood gives you a precise ride and harmonious flex. It's time to snap into your bindings and get kinky. Read More

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$369.00 at evo.com

Every mountain's a big mountain when you're four-foot-nothin', so your junior freerider will have plenty of use for the mountain-c...rushing Volkl Shiro Jr. Kids' Ski. Built with the same Extended Low-Profile full rocker as the grown-up Shiro, the Shiro Jr.'s core sports dense ash underfoot and springy poplar in the tip and tail, making sure binding mounts are bomber and the ski stays light and poppy for littler legs. Volkl's Tough Box construction wraps the core in a composite and fiberglass sheath for extra durability and energy, too, so he'll be able to rip big lines and crush deep powder without having to work too hard. Read More

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$299.99 at evo.com

People will probably get all bent out of shape when you're lighting the jumps on fire with your blazing style, but that's just the... price they'll have to pay for not having the Volkl Pyra Women's Ski. Built with light, poppy poplar in the tip and tail and a stiff ash layer underfoot, the Pyra is springier than April but more stable than table, letting you boost in the park and stomp like you're not even trying. The Power/Tough Box construction provides plenty of torsional stability so you can carve into takeoffs and rip groomers, and the fiberglass and composite laminate gives you stiffness without being overwhelming. The Pyra features tip and tail rocker for easy turning, and is fully symmetrical for no-fuss switch riding and landing. Read More

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$539.99 at evo.com

Originally crafted out of the ultra-versatile Gotama mold, the Volkl Nunataq Skis inherit this versatility with the added benefit ...of touring friendly features. Volkl builds the Nunataq using an Xtra Light Wood Core and a flat tail for uphill performance and speed, without skimping on downhill performance, either. At 107 mm underfoot, the Nunataq is a beast in the backcountry, with a fully rockered profile and vertical sidewalls that absolutely destroy anything from powder to refrozen chunder. Mounted with anything from tech bindings to alpine, the Nunataq excels at making you happy wherever your adventures take you. Read More

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$539.99 at evo.com

The Volkl One Women's Ski is a powder-loving, big-mountain eating tool that can hold its own all over the hills. The One checks in... with a 116mm waist that's plenty wide enough to slay all but the snorkeliest powder days, and has a 23. 5m turning radius in the 176cm version, so you can really open it up on big, fast faces. It's fully rockered too, so you'll be able to slide, smear, and surf turns through all the deep stuff, and has a tapered tip that eases turn initiation and makes it easier to throw your skis sideways for permagrin-inducing powerslides and giant slash turns. Don't let all this powder fun make you forget that the One is still a Volkl, after all, which means tough construction and surprising frontside abilities. Like most of Volkl's freeride skis, the One has a multi-layer wood core, with ash underfoot to provide stiffness and binding retention, and poplar in the tip and tail for a lively, buttery-smooth ride and low weight. The Power/Tough Box torsion-box construction provides plenty of strength when you're torquing the ski into high-G turns, and the fiberglass-and-composite laminate gives you the strength to charge and stomp without making the One feel like a straight-lining two-by-four. As a powder-hungry everyday west-coat ski or the fat end of an east-coast quiver, the One is, well, the one. Read More

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$539.99 at evo.com

Rock solid stability and edge grip come standard in the backcountry with the Volkl Nanuq Skis. Because conditions are always chang...ing, the Tip Rocker profile has just enough early rise for easy initiation and float, but also a healthy dose of camber underfoot for jump turns and control if necessary. The Nanuq's Xtra Light Core uses a Poplar/Beech blend for the best mix of dampness and power, along with vertical sidewalls and Volkl's Made in Germany Power Construction, for backcountry performance you can count on. Read More

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$249.00 at evo.com

Feast your hungry eyes on the perfectly symmetrical Volkl Ledge Ski, a twin-tip rockered ski with traditional camber underfoot. It... rides with silky serenity and quick, tenacious edge grip, letting you pop off jumps, slide rails, and take pipe hits bigger than you thought you could. Strong, thanks to Volkl's Tough Box torsion box construction, but light like feather due to the Multi-Layer Wood Core, this jib ski annihilates the park and pipe with smooth, zen-like spins and buttery landings. There's a harder layer of dense ash underfoot for stiffness and binding retention, but supple, poppy poplar wood in the tip and tail for a ski that's fun and easy to control. Camber underfoot lets you carve into icy takeoffs, and the symmetrical twin tip makes riding switch as easy as going frontwards. Softer and easier to handle than its twin sister (in shape, at least), the Step, the Ledge is a well priced plank for the intermediate park skier. Read More

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$245.66 at evo.com

Balance is key, grasshopper. Behold the perfect symmetry of the Volkl Ledge Ski, a twin-tip rocker with traditional camber that ri...des forward and switch with silky serenity and death-grip edgehold. Strong like steel, light like feather. Read More

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$439.99 at evo.com

When the day calls for a little bit of powder skiing in the morning, some groomers around lunchtime, and an afternoon session in t...he park, strap on the Volkl Bridge Ski and quit wasting time thinking about what to do. As the name suggests, the Bridge is made to handle everything on the mountain, with a fully rockered profile to surf through powder and cruise over bumpy terrain, a poppy poplar-and-ash core to boost in the park, and Volkl's Power/Tough Box construction to power down big lines without feeling squirrely. At 95mm underfoot, it's big enough to float but small enough to be nimble, with a torsion box, vertical sidewalls, and a fiberglass and composite laminate that let you push the speed limit on big terrain. While ash underfoot is nice and stiff for control and improved binding retention, the poplar is located in the tip and tail to provide loads of pop when you're jumping off things in the park or the middle of your line. And, while the Bridge is fully rockered, the sidecut matches the rocker profile so you have all the edge contact you need to rail groomers and handle hardpack with ease. Smooth, playful, and powerful, it's a quiver of one that just won't quit. Read More

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$299.00 at evo.com

Balance is key, young grasshopper. So feast your eyes on the perfectly symmetric Volkl Ledge Ski, a twin-tip rockered ski with tra...ditional camber underfoot. It rides with silky serenity and quick, tenacious edge grip. Strong like steel, light like feather, this jib ski annihilates the park and pipe with smooth, zen-like spins and buttery landings. Softer and easier to handle than its twin sister (in shape, at least), the K2 Step ski, the Ledge is a reasonably priced plank for the intermediate to advanced park skier. Read More

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$368.93 at evo.com

The Volkl Shiro Skis are a weapon in the backcountry. These skis have rocker from tip to tail to keep you skimming across the surf...ace instead of sinking in the soft snow. They're also wicked fat at 119 under foot. Tough Box construction uses a wood core t Read More

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$662.97 at evo.com

You want stability? With the Volkl Katana Ski, you got it. A low full rocker profile brings the liveliness in a bit, and the verti...cal sidewall construction and vertically laminated full wood core puts strength and power on tip-to-tail. This is the most stable big-mountain ski Volkl makes. Fat dimensions and the full rocker ensure floatation in the hardest-puking storms. And while it's nimble enough for snaking though tree stashes, this plank with double-layer Titanal reinforcement really wants to straightline big mountains, lay down huge, rocketing arcs, and stomp landings. Just like you do in your dreams. Read More

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$549.00 at evo.com

After a dozen turns through your pow stash in the trees, you reach an open, untracked bowl and let the Volkl Shiro Ski rip long, r...ailing arcs top to bottom. It's as if you and this power ski were made for each other--you both love to play in deep stuff and rocket down open faces. The Shiro's full rocker and wide dimensions enable effortless floatation, and torsion box wrap and vertically laminated full wood core give you quickness edge-to-edge and powerful control. Carbon reinforcement gives you the go-ahead for full-throttle, scary-fast runouts. But what more would you expect from a SKI Magazine Ski of the Year? Read More

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$389.97 at evo.com

When you're riding up the lift, all people see is another pretty pair of pink and purple ski bottoms. Make sure you mount your hel...met-cam backwards, so you can relish their stunned faces as you blast through frozen roller-balls on your way to the steep and deep on the Volkl Women's Aura Ski. Early rising is only good when it relates to a ski rocker profile. The Aura is an early bird, with an early rise tip and traditional camber profile for the remainder of the ski. This profile provides you with powder-puffing ability and corduroy-carving capacity without sacrificing control or speed. With 96mm underfoot, you and the Aura will cruise through big powder dumps with ease, and still be able to lay down curves that would make (Peter Paul) Rubens jealous.The lightweight Sensorwood core consists of vertically laminated poplar and beech woods. Vertical lamination provides longitudinal stability over roller-coaster traverses and coasts back to lift while you're trying to catch your breath. (Face-high powder sprays can get in the way of breathing sometimes.) Like its male counterpart, the Mantra, the Aura sports titanium alloy sheets on top of and below the Sensorwood core, all of which is then wrapped in Volkl's Power construction. This design combines traditional sidewalls with a torsion box so you have side-to-side stability, grippy edges, and a smooth ride. Read More

Volkl
$430.93 at evo.com

The Volkl Bridge Ski is your connection to ski-slope fun. A curvy ski that spans the gap between an all-mountain and pipe-n-park d...ue to a fairly short turning radius, the Bridge begs for slaloms, trick parks, and trees. While you won't encounter flying monkeys, you might find stashes of untracked powder, and 95mm underfoot means you can handle that, too. Volkl's full rocker andExtended Low Profile mugshot shows a flat camber underfoot, finished off by rocker tip and tail. The modus operandi of the ELP is easy handling in soft snow without abdicating all control on hardpack groomers. Given that the ski lies flat against the snow, it will be harder for a novice skier to put the ski on edge than with a positive-cambered ski, but well-seasoned park players and all-mountain maniacs will be in heaven.Unlike the Tacoma Narrows Bridge built in 1940, the Bridge ski is a solid piece of German engineering. The multi-layer Sensorwood core creates a solid foundation atop which Power/Tough Box sidewall construction sits. If you envision the core in thirds, the center portion is made of ash, providing stability and secure binding-screw retention. The outer thirds of the ski are made from a poplar and beech laminate. Softer than ash, the laminate offers snap without sass, so you can ride the rails, land your jumps, and cruise the blues.The Bridge is made using traditional vertical sidewall construction. First, the wood core is wrapped in a fiberglass sheath for side-to-side stability. Then, carbon-fiber stringers are then laid vertically over the ski, for tip-to-tail stability. By using different materials, Volkl's Power/Tough Box construction creates a ski that pops when you want it to, follows your lead, and dampens vibrations for a smooth ride. Read More

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$1,099.00 at Backcountry.com

The days of sacrificing touring performance for downhill stability are over, now that the Volkl V-Werks BMT 122 Ski is on the bloc...k. Designed for skiers who like to blast up their own lines and shred them like they've been lit on fire, the BMT (big-mountain touring, if you're into acronyms) has a super-light multi-layer wood core, which features poplar in the tip and tail for a light, playful ride and ash underfoot for power and stability when you're maching down like a lunatic. Volkl's engineered the core to be extra-light--the 186cm BMT weighs in at about 8. 5lb per pair--so your hip flexors won't be crying out in pain, nor will your rando-racing buddies be looking at each other all like Dude, I told you we should've left him at home. Forget fiberglass and epoxy topsheets, too. Instead, the whole package has been wrapped in a carbon-fiber jacket for weight savings and stiffness, with a section of short sidewall construction by the foot for increased edge grip, stability, and durability. There's a skin notch in the tail and Volkl's patented Skin Pin in the tip, which allows you to attach Volkl's pre-cut, glue-free Vacuum climbing skins (sold separately) in a flash. The BMT is made to gobble up the powder, too, with a fully rockered profile and a slightly tapered tip that lets you smear, surf, and slash your way down through the pow back to the parking lot. Your touring setup's never going to be the same. Read More

Volkl
$699.00 $449.00 at Backcountry.com

In the backcountry, you can go from untracked blower and windbuff to manky mush and death balls in the same day. You have to be ar...med and ready for all of it. The fully rockered Volkl Nunataq Ski, the fattest backcountry-specific ski Volkl makes, gives you float in pow but plenty of edge-to-edge grip on the sheltered aspects of hardpack. You can thank the Extended Low Profile for that; the smooth, gradual rocker is paired with a matching flex and sidecut for full, uninterrupted edge contact when you need it most. The lightweight construction won't weigh you down on the hike, top to bottom, dawn 'til you tire out your buddies. And the Vokl Skin Pin system, which lets you snap Vokl skins on and off in a flash, will have you hitting fresh lines with this Outside Magazine Gear of the Year award-winner before they are. Read More

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$749.00 $499.00 at Backcountry.com

Still a fatty (just not as fat as the Kuro) and a smooth-sailing rocket, the Volkl Two Ski munches up the deepest pow and smears l...ike butter. This new ski from Volkl features a full rocker profile and an early-tapered shape to prevent tip or tail hook. Sidewall construction and a Tough Box torsion wrap keeps the ski powerful and a cinch to control and steer. The lightweight Sensorwood core gives this pow ski strength and liveliness, in case it feels the need for some jib action in the backcountry. Read More

Volkl
$1,099.00 at Backcountry.com

You used to only have two choices: skin up on your big-mountain skis and cry because your legs felt like they were going to fall o...ff, or zip up on your rando toothpicks and cry because you were scared of falling all the way down your line. No more. This year, Volkl's offering up the V-Werks BMT 94 Ski, an amazingly light carbon-fiber charger that flies on the way up, too. Made with a multi-layer wood core with lightweight poplar in the tip and tail and stiff, sturdy ash underfoot, the BMT checks in at under seven pounds per pair, thanks largely to a carbon-fiber jacket that wraps the whole ski to add stiffness without any unnecessary weight. The BMT 94 is the smallest ski in the V-Werks family, making it ideal for more variable conditions, but it can still hold its own when things get deep, thanks to a fully rockered profile and tapered tip that let you surf your way through the powder. Short sidewalls underfoot let you hold a bomber edge when things get firm, and the notched tail and Volkl's Skin Pin make attaching skins a cinch. Bottom line: if you're looking for a ski that can handle long ascents, fast descents, powder, firm conditions, and resort days, the BMT 94 is your ride. Read More

Volkl
$499.00 $299.00 at Backcountry.com

There's no need to tell everyone what you like to get up to on the mountain, but they'll know just how filthy you really are when ...they see you're riding the new Volkl Kink ski. A directional twin that's designed to do dirty things to jumps, rails, pipe walls, hardpack, and soft snow, the Kink has traditional camber underfoot for hardcore edge grip, along with rocker in the tip and tail to smooth out bumpy snow, cruise through powder, and make turning as comfortable as a pair of furry pink handcuffs. Volkl knows that toughness is vital, too, so it designed the Kink with a multi-layer wood core, which features a hard, strong ash layer underfoot for power and binding retention, with light, snappy poplar wood in the tip and tail for a fun, lively ride that makes it easy to boost, butter, and pop onto rails. The core's been topped off with a Tough Box fiberglass and composite wrap for increased torsional stiffness and edging power, making it bold enough that you can forget about ever need a safe word. Combine that with the 89mm waist, and you have a ski that can rally the park, spank the trees, and whip the groomers without thinking twice. Read More

Volkl
$699.00 $449.00 at Backcountry.com

When you have a love for something as deep and ardent as yours for pristine pow, the right ski for optimal lovin' is imperative. T...he hike-ready Volkl Nanuq Ski is lightweight enough for marathon laps but has a mid-fat waist for float and stability. A tip rocker makes turn-entry a breeze and prevents tip dive in deep snow. The Nanuq has a wide-radius sidecut for letting loose when you get to a beautiful wide-open bowl and really want to go nuts. Perhaps the most versatile of the Volkl backcountry skis, it's still quick edge-to-edge thanks to its traditional camber and stiff torsion box. Plus, the proprietary Skin Pin attachment system let you get snap the pre-cut matching skin off in a hurry so you get your pick of lines. Read More

Volkl
$649.00 $399.00 at Backcountry.com

Back in the day, a ski with a 116-millimeter waist was a pow-only fat ski for people who lived in the Pacific Northwest or the Roc...kies. But times have changed, and while the Volkl One Ski has a fairly chunky waist, it also boasts a strong, durable poplar and beech full wood core, torsion box wrap, and carbon reinforcement that add up to quickness, stability, and all-terrain power. A large-radius sidecut means you can rocket down the mountainside; and the full rocker profile still stays afloat in the deepest snow. It's the new breed of big-mountain all-mountain ski, and the One's measurements put it squarely in the middle of Vokl's line of freeskiing weapons. Read More

Volkl
$199.00 $139.30 at Backcountry.com

She's big enough to rally around the whole mountain on her own, and you'll both be stoked when she does it on the Volkl Pyra Jr. G...irls' Ski. She'll dig the Extended Low-Profile Rocker, which helps her make smooth, consistent, and easy turns in all types of snow and terrain. You'll be psyched about the Sensorwood poplar and beech core and Power Shell cap construction that provide plenty of durable fun without wearing her out unnecessarily. Read More

Volkl
$1,099.00 at Backcountry.com

You used to only have two choices: skin up on your big-mountain skis and cry because your legs felt like they were going to fall o...ff, or zip up on your rando toothpicks and cry because you were scared of falling all the way down your line. No more. This year, Volkl's offering up the V-Werks BMT 94 Ski, an amazingly light carbon-fiber charger that flies on the way up, too. Made with a multi-layer wood core with lightweight poplar in the tip and tail and stiff, sturdy ash underfoot, the BMT checks in at under seven pounds per pair, thanks largely to a carbon-fiber jacket that wraps the whole ski to add stiffness without any unnecessary weight. The BMT 94 is the smallest ski in the V-Werks family, making it ideal for more variable conditions, but it can still hold its own when things get deep, thanks to a fully rockered profile and tapered tip that let you surf your way through the powder. Short sidewalls underfoot let you hold a bomber edge when things get firm, and the notched tail and Volkl's Skin Pin make attaching skins a cinch. Bottom line: if you're looking for a ski that can handle long ascents, fast descents, powder, firm conditions, and resort days, the BMT 94 is your ride. Read More

Volkl
$1,099.00 at Backcountry.com

The days of sacrificing touring performance for downhill stability are over, now that the Volkl V-Werks BMT 122 Ski is on the bloc...k. Designed for skiers who like to blast up their own lines and shred them like they've been lit on fire, the BMT (big-mountain touring, if you're into acronyms) has a super-light multi-layer wood core, which features poplar in the tip and tail for a light, playful ride and ash underfoot for power and stability when you're maching down like a lunatic. Volkl's engineered the core to be extra-light--the 186cm BMT weighs in at about 8. 5lb per pair--so your hip flexors won't be crying out in pain, nor will your rando-racing buddies be looking at each other all like Dude, I told you we should've left him at home. Forget fiberglass and epoxy topsheets, too. Instead, the whole package has been wrapped in a carbon-fiber jacket for weight savings and stiffness, with a section of short sidewall construction by the foot for increased edge grip, stability, and durability. There's a skin notch in the tail and Volkl's patented Skin Pin in the tip, which allows you to attach Volkl's pre-cut, glue-free Vacuum climbing skins (sold separately) in a flash. The BMT is made to gobble up the powder, too, with a fully rockered profile and a slightly tapered tip that lets you smear, surf, and slash your way down through the pow back to the parking lot. Your touring setup's never going to be the same. Read More

Volkl
$1,099.00 $899.00 at Backcountry.com

The Volkl V-Werks Katana extends its V-WERKS technology with the new, super-premium V-WERKS Katana. Lightweight technology reduces... weight by 15 percent, while enhancing performance through a unique combination of carbon fiber layers and vertical sidewalls. With an incredibly thin profile and featherlight swing weight, the V-WERKS Katana moves effortlessly through soft snow, while the innovative construction provides stability and edge grip. Also available are custom, pre-cut climbing skins. Meet the ultimate ski for touring: Volkl Katana with carbon V-Werks technologies. Ability: Advanced, Expert. Conditions: 80% powder, 20% groomed. Core: Multi Layer Wood. Construction: Power Construction. Rocker Design: Full Rocker. Length: 177cm, 184cm, 191cm. Radius: (23.4), (25.8), (28.2). Sidecut: 143_112_132, 143_112_132, 143_112_132. 4 lbs 4 oz per ski (184 cm) Read More

Volkl
$699.00 $449.00 at Backcountry.com

The Volkl Shiro is so good at so many things, it's tough to choose what exactly you want to do. It's happy to slash big, smeary tu...rns down open faces, pivot through the trees, or rip big, deep, AK-style lines--just ask Ian Macintosh. But you should probably just do a little bit of everything. The Shiro's full rocker and wide dimensions--119mm underfoot, anyone?--enable effortless floatation through the deep, and the multi-layer Sensorwood poplar and beech core keeps things light without making the ski feel flimsy. It's not the fattest ski in Volkl's freeride line--that honor goes to the Three--but it charges plenty hard, courtesy of a carbon-laminate Power construction and a Tough Box torsion box that enable to you put tons of energy into the ski without overwhelming it. In fact, if you ever feel like the Shiro isn't enough ski, you should probably quit skiing immediately, because you'll officially be the gnarliest dude ever to strap on a pair of planks. Read More

Volkl
$749.00 $499.00 at Backcountry.com

Still a fatty (just not as fat as the Kuro) and a smooth-sailing rocket, the Volkl Two Ski munches up the deepest pow and smears l...ike butter. This new ski from Volkl features a full rocker profile and an early-tapered shape to prevent tip or tail hook. Sidewall construction and a Tough Box torsion wrap keeps the ski powerful and a cinch to control and steer. The lightweight Sensorwood core gives this pow ski strength and liveliness, in case it feels the need for some jib action in the backcountry. Read More

Volkl
$449.00 $279.00 at Backcountry.com

Your days of breakdancing are over. Rather than two-stepping into a freeze, you'd rather use the Volkl Step Ski to ride rails, hit... booters, and slay the pipe. You've traded a slab of concrete and a boombox for park-and-pipe skis, metal, snow, and open skies, and we can't blame you, especially considering the benefits the Step lays down. It boasts a stable width of 85mm, letting you stomp the bejeezus out of whatever you line up, both switch and regular, since it's fully symmetrical front to back. Plus, there's camber underfoot so you can rail turns into those icy park takeoffs without worrying about washing out. With a slight rocker in the tip and tail, the Step is easy to turn and simple enough to ride through chundery snow on the way to your favorite hits. The bomber fiberglass-and-composite-wrapped Tough Box construction can take a beating when you stomp hard, and the multi-layer Sensorwood core gives you a precise ride and harmonious flex while boosting the ski's strength. It incorporates a tough ash layer under the binding for torsional rigidity and binding retention, with poplar in the tip and tails for a light, lively feel that's fun and easy to control. You won't be able to do a head-spin like those breakdancing days, but you'll crush some way cooler tricks on your feet instead. Read More

Volkl
$749.00 $499.00 at Backcountry.com

Still a fatty (just not as fat as the Kuro) and a smooth-sailing rocket, the Volkl Two Ski munches up the deepest pow and smears l...ike butter. This new ski from Volkl features a full rocker profile and an early-tapered shape to prevent tip or tail hook. Sidewall construction and a Tough Box torsion wrap keeps the ski powerful and a cinch to control and steer. The lightweight Sensorwood core gives this pow ski strength and liveliness, in case it feels the need for some jib action in the backcountry. Read More

Volkl
$699.00 $449.00 at Backcountry.com

In the backcountry, you can go from untracked blower and windbuff to manky mush and death balls in the same day. You have to be ar...med and ready for all of it. The fully rockered Volkl Nunataq Ski, the fattest backcountry-specific ski Volkl makes, gives you float in pow but plenty of edge-to-edge grip on the sheltered aspects of hardpack. You can thank the Extended Low Profile for that; the smooth, gradual rocker is paired with a matching flex and sidecut for full, uninterrupted edge contact when you need it most. The lightweight construction won't weigh you down on the hike, top to bottom, dawn 'til you tire out your buddies. And the Vokl Skin Pin system, which lets you snap Vokl skins on and off in a flash, will have you hitting fresh lines with this Outside Magazine Gear of the Year award-winner before they are. Read More

Volkl
$1,099.00 at Backcountry.com

There are lots of tough decisions you have to make in the mountains: Keep going or turn around? Couloir jump-turning or open-face ...ripping? Beer or whiskey? Volkl's new V-Werks BMT 109 ski won't stop these dilemmas from dogging you, but with a full-carbon construction and full-blown freeride pedigree, it'll at least mean you won't have to choose between torn hip flexors and downhill terror anymore. With a multi-layer wood core bundled up inside a carbon-fiber jacket, the BMT 109 weighs in at under eight pounds a pair, helping it cruise on the skin track, but has plenty of Volkl's aggressive DNA to slay any conditions you hit on the way down. It's fully rockered, the better to slash big turns through powder, and employs poplar wood in the tip and tail for a fun, poppy ride and ash underfoot for a solid, powerful platform to help you rail turns and blast through crud, chop, and chunder. The tip is also tapered, making it easier to throw your skis sideways and skid out those loose, surfy turns. At 109mm underfoot, the BMT (Big-Mountain Touring, if you were wondering) is quite possibly the most versatile, well, big-mountain touring ski on the planet, wide enough to float through the deep but slim enough to maintain an edge on alpine hardpack and frontside groomers. Short sidewalls save weight and the unique convex top helps to shed heavy snow on the ascent, and Volkl also made sure to include a Skin Pin at the tip and a flat notch at the tail, making it easy to slap your skins on and start the climb. It's not out of place in the resort, either, as the carbon jacket provides enough stiffness to handle variable conditions at speed, making the BMT 109 a serious, and seriously awesome, quiver killer. Read More

Volkl
$1,099.00 at Backcountry.com

There are lots of tough decisions you have to make in the mountains: Keep going or turn around? Couloir jump-turning or open-face ...ripping? Beer or whiskey? Volkl's new V-Werks BMT 109 ski won't stop these dilemmas from dogging you, but with a full-carbon construction and full-blown freeride pedigree, it'll at least mean you won't have to choose between torn hip flexors and downhill terror anymore. With a multi-layer wood core bundled up inside a carbon-fiber jacket, the BMT 109 weighs in at under eight pounds a pair, helping it cruise on the skin track, but has plenty of Volkl's aggressive DNA to slay any conditions you hit on the way down. It's fully rockered, the better to slash big turns through powder, and employs poplar wood in the tip and tail for a fun, poppy ride and ash underfoot for a solid, powerful platform to help you rail turns and blast through crud, chop, and chunder. The tip is also tapered, making it easier to throw your skis sideways and skid out those loose, surfy turns. At 109mm underfoot, the BMT (Big-Mountain Touring, if you were wondering) is quite possibly the most versatile, well, big-mountain touring ski on the planet, wide enough to float through the deep but slim enough to maintain an edge on alpine hardpack and frontside groomers. Short sidewalls save weight and the unique convex top helps to shed heavy snow on the ascent, and Volkl also made sure to include a Skin Pin at the tip and a flat notch at the tail, making it easy to slap your skins on and start the climb. It's not out of place in the resort, either, as the carbon jacket provides enough stiffness to handle variable conditions at speed, making the BMT 109 a serious, and seriously awesome, quiver killer. Read More

Volkl
$699.00 $449.00 at Backcountry.com

When you have a love for something as deep and ardent as yours for pristine pow, the right ski for optimal lovin' is imperative. T...he hike-ready Volkl Nanuq Ski is lightweight enough for marathon laps but has a mid-fat waist for float and stability. A tip rocker makes turn-entry a breeze and prevents tip dive in deep snow. The Nanuq has a wide-radius sidecut for letting loose when you get to a beautiful wide-open bowl and really want to go nuts. Perhaps the most versatile of the Volkl backcountry skis, it's still quick edge-to-edge thanks to its traditional camber and stiff torsion box. Plus, the proprietary Skin Pin attachment system let you get snap the pre-cut matching skin off in a hurry so you get your pick of lines. Read More

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