Volkl Skis

Men's Skis

Confession

Confession

$875.00- $749.00

Völkl’s all-new Confession enters the market heralded by numerous awards for its stable, solid ride and lively handling. With a shape of 144/117/133, its new Titanal Band construction delivers the ultimate stability without adding too much weight. There’s early tip taper, so you can steer and point it wherever you want it to go. Athlete tested in big mountain powder conditions, this directional ski loves fast turns in deep snow.

100Eight

100Eight

$825.00- $699.00

The 100EIGHT’s 3D.RIDGE construction delivers a lightweight, lively ski feel combined with a smoothness and stability formerly reserved for much heavier skis. A 141-108-124mm shape, flat tail, Full Rocker, Smart Early Taper, and a relatively open radius all combine to make this a top rated product for the skier seeking an all mountain freeride ski that can handle variable snow and groomers alike.

Revolt

Revolt

$500.00- $399.00

Developed in conjunction with well-known rider Ahmet Dadali, the Revolt is an incredibly versatile tool for younger riders. Its setup is designed around a non-symmetric shape that works for a wide range of jib-oriented riding situations. Its 21m radius is very versatile, and flex points in the tip and tail are ideal for buttering and tricks.

Women's Skis

Aura

Aura

$875.00- $749.00

Thanks to early taper in the tip, a 100mm waist width, and Full Rocker, the Aura’s soft snow performance is unmatched for a ski of this width. With two sheets of titanium and a perfectly matched sidecut and flex, hard snow performance is solid even on ice. The most versatile women‘s freeride ski on the market.

Kenja

Kenja

$825.00- $699.00

The Kenja features a 90mm waist, early 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

Yumi

$650.00-549.00

SKI Magazine‘s 15-16 Ski of the Year, the Yumi is an all mountain freeride ski with a shape of 125-83-103. For female skiers who want to tackle the front and back side of the mountain on a light weight, yet stable ski that can handle anything - from bumps, to trees, to hard pack - the Yumi is an impressive new ride.