Any snow, any day, any conditions. The Armada Declivity 92 Ti Skis are built on a lightweight platform that holds it's own on piste and delivers unmistakable versatility across the entire mountain. You can turn and burn on command but maintain supreme confidence and control when ripping through pow and crud - all thanks to Articulated Titanal Banding and a lightweight Caruba core with Triaxial Glass layup.
Bringing light to new heights, the ARV JJ UL floats like a butterfly and cuts like a butter knife for a definitive BC freestyle experience. The JJ UL is 25% lighter than the original JJ. With less weight through the tip and tail, the JJ UL utilizes our lightest Caruba Wood core to create a uniquely lightweight and smooth ride when the going gets deep. Powder hounds, this ski will move fast off the shelves so act fast and put this limited edition JJ on your feet.
Never known for stagnation in their ski design, Volkl has scrapped the popular Eight series and replaced them with an all new Blazing hot lineup. The Volkl Blaze 106 Skis are big mountain freeriders with long, rockered tips and tails, short cambered sections underfoot, a triple radius sidecut, and, most notably; they're crazy light for a ski of their class. Thanks to a titanal power plate and extra long radii in the tips and tails, these rip sticks handle scary fast descents with grace and ease, but the medium short primary turn radius and insanely lightweight construction (did we mention that these skis don't weigh very much?) make for a playful and nimble ride. All in all, the new Blaze 106's are fun, fast, and versatile, whether you ride them inbounds or add Kingpins or Shifts for a ripping 50/50 backcountry setup.
The goal was straightforward. Build a 15m radius ski that we can take to the groomers on an average day with friends, carve hard, trick around on, laugh and have a good time. No bottomless pow, no 80 foot booters, no racing gates... just making the most of the average conditions at your local resort. Because piste skiing can be way fun with the right tools. 100mm under foot, featuring a straight-tapered, edgeless butterzone in the tip and a rockered Springboard tail for endless wheelies and extra pop, the all new Stranger merges carving with freestyle and freeride attributes.
Say goodbye to long lift lines and skied out runs when you take the Rise Beyond 98 Alpine Touring Skis away from the resort. As the widest model in Volkl's new touring range, these sticks were made with the deep backcountry conditions in mind. 98mm of material underfoot float like a dream without overwhelming you on the ascent. And with a combination of carbon and wood in their construction, they're both durable and lightweight to give you a balanced performance.
Volkl's widest ski specifically for backcountry touring
98mm width underfoot excels on soft snow and narrow skintracks
Tip rocker profile provides smooth sailing over powder
VTA Superlight Tip Outline shaves weight at the tip and tail
Blended wood core keeps your uphill load light
Carbon tips add stability without adding ounces
Smart Skinclip system compatible with Fibre Tech or Smart Glue skins
Never known for stagnation in their ski design, Volkl has scrapped the popular Eight series of skis for this year and replaced them with the all new Blaze series. Taking the place of the 90Eight's are the Volkl Blaze 94 Skis. The Blaze 94's are stable, intuitive, and wildly lightweight for how smooth they ride. Their sub-100 waist width means they are exceptionally versatile and nimble through a variety of inbounds conditions, and they make for a great touring ski that's breezy on the up and confidence inspiring on the down.