Volkl's top end frontside all mountain ski, the Flair 81 Carbon features a 128_81_109 shape, 3D.Ridge construction, and the iPT WideRide XL binding system, offering GripWalk compatibility. It's designed for the advanced to expert female skier who wants excellent grip, stability, liveliness, and agility all over the mountain.Read more
Marker and Volkl developed the iPT Wideride system with a contact surface width 30% greater than standard. On top of that, the binding is mounted significantly closer to the edge of the ski. This helps the energy flow more directly and continuously to the edges. They make wider skis more agile, responsive and easier to control. The skis are better in tune with the skierâ€™s signals and application of pressure and edge for a precise and powerful characteristic. DIN-ISO: 4.0-12.0.
3D.GLASS is Volkl's latest development to furthermore improve overall ski performance and stability even in critical snow conditions. Compared to classic glass constructions the three-dimensional and multiple-folded glass layers in the binding area result in an increased edge grip and a more vivid rebound behavior in turns.
Has become a symbol of Volkl lightweight construction. The distinctive characteristic of this technology is a raised central ridge that sharply levels out toward the edge, both in front of and behind the binding. This reduces the inertial mass around the fulcrum to a minimum and significantly enhances the agility of the ski. At the same time, the center ridge allows for a precise dimensioning of the hardness distribution, which leads to an especially harmonious flex on the ski. Despite the weight savings, the 3D.RIDGE ensures that there is no compromise whatsoever in the ski's durability and elasticity.
Direct and strong powertransmission with full length sidewalls.