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Volkl Bash W JR
$209.95
The all-mountain twin tip for freeride girls, the Bash W JR is a little lighter than the boys' version. It's equipped with Power Shell and Full Sensor Woodcore and looks as sweet as the riding characteristics. Full Sensor Woodcore - The full sensor construction features hard wood in the binding area but—contrary to the speedwall wood core—a lighter wood under the screws and in the outer areas. This results in very sporty and agile skiing characteristics, especially suited for youngsters and freeriders. Power Shell - Durable construction with topsheet wrapping over the full woodcore. - Rocker: Tip & Tail Rocker - Core: Full Sensor Woodcore - Skiing Level: Beginner, Intermediate
Volkl Revolt JR Flat
$209.95
The Revolt Junior is Völkl's youth-oriented all-mountain twin. Its shape and full rocker design make it incredibly versatile all over the mountain and in the park. Power Shell - Durable construction with topsheet wrapping over the full woodcore. Full Sensor Woodcore - The full sensor construction features hardwood in the binding area but—contrary to the speedwall wood core—a lighter wood under the screws and in the outer areas. This results in very sporty and agile skiing characteristics, especially suited for youngsters and freeriders. - Rocker: Tip & Tail Rocker - Core: Full Sensor Woodcore, poplar - Skiing Level: Beginner, Intermediate - Bindings sold separately
Volkl Bash 86
$399.95
The Bash, with 86mm middle width, is a tip & tail rocker twin tip for aspiring park and urban artists. The butterzone allows you to pull off smooth transitions to switch and back. The Tough Box Construction delivers not only the right amount of pop but also nice agility in the turns. A P-Tex 3000 and a multilayer woodcore round out the setup. Center Sidewall - Direct and strong power transmission with partial sidewalls in the center of the ski, combined with the super-slim 3D.Ridge construction. Multilayer Woodcore - The combination of beech and poplar results in an extremely durable wood core composed of hardwood in the binding area and lighter wood around. - Rocker: Tip & Tail Rocker - Core: Multilayer Woodcore, Poplar/Beech - Base: P-Tex 2100/P-Tex 3000 - Skiing Level: Intermediate, Advanced
Volkl Revolt 95
$399.95
Developed in conjunction with well-known rider Ahmet Dadali, the Revolt 95 is an incredibly multifaceted tool for younger riders. Its construction principle is designed around a directional 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. Full Sidewall - Direct and strong power transmission with full-length sidewalls. Multilayer Woodcore - The combination of beech and poplar results in an extremely durable wood core composed of hardwood in the binding area and lighter wood around. - Rocker: Tip & Tail Rocker - Core: Multilayer Woodcore, Aspen/Maple - Base: P-Tex 2100/P-Tex 3000 - Skiing Level: Advanced, Professional
Atomic Punx Seven
$449.95
The Atomic Punx Seven has been put through the wringer at every major contest in freestyle skiing—and been given the personal seal of approval from our most skilled park and slopestyle athletes, Gus Kenworthy and Fabian Bosch. They were particularly stoked by catch-free takeoffs thanks to the slight early rise Park Rocker in tip and tail. Add a Full Sidewall and Power Woodcore, and you've got a move-stomping combination of flex, durability, and shock absorption. TECH FEATURES - Dura Cap Sidewall - Resist Edge - Power Woodcore - Twin Shape - Structured Topsheet - Park Rocker 10/80/10
Line Skis Chronic
$455.00 - $499.95 $499.95 Up to 9% Off
Precisely twisted up for all-mountain freestyle enjoyment, the LINE Chronic is the dankest all-mountain freestyle ski – no schwaggy materials, all-killer no filler. This award-winning ski offers a poppy ride that will crush it just as hard on those harsh big-line jump laps as it will on those smooth burns all over the mountain.
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