Alpine Touring Skis
The “narrowest” Blaze (86 mm under the boot) is available in four lengths and offers an ideal combination of smooth “surfing” and light weight. As well as featuring a 3D radius sidecut, the Blaze 86 is built with a full tip-to-tail wood core. This not only trims the weight and makes the ski more lively, it also eliminates the need for plastic panels – a small but positive environmental aspect. The 86 model also comes with elasticated, rubbery suspension elements around the edges of its tip and the tail, which act like bumpers in wind-blown, unfavourable snow conditions, making the ski more settled and delivering great flotation. The Blaze series is designed for fast, short turns. But its three different radii, especially in combination with a full hybrid multi-layer wood core, mean it is suited to every riding style and can handle even the most ambitious use. The Blaze 86 is ideal for sporty all-mountain skiers who want to go off-piste, and for classic freeriders and ski tourers who are happy to put up with an extra 100 g in exchange for significantly improved performance. The Blaze is also used as a freeride touring ski, thanks to its light weight. That’s why Völkl also offers Smart Glue skins tailored to each Blaze model.
The introduction of the Mantra marked the beginning of Völkl’s powerful freeriding ski line – for those who want to ride free without any restrictions but with all the control of a sporty all-mountain design. The new Blaze series adds a new dimension for intuitive freeriders who like performance but appreciate a playful, agile feel as well The Blaze 94 weighs just 1,566 g (@ 179 cm) and is a highly versatile ski for outstanding performance in almost any conditions. A 0.3 mm thick Titanal binding platform provides direct power transfer and builds pressure quickly for a fast response when switching edges. The ski’s faster, more direct response is especially welcome in narrow and rough terrain – and takes less effort too. The secret largely lies in the 3D radius sidecut. The Blaze is designed primarily for short, fast turns, but its three different radii and tip-to-tail hybrid multi-layer wood core adapt to any riding style, however ambitious. Another notable feature is the suspension tip. An elasticated, rubbery material on the tip and tail acts like a bumper, especially in wind-blown and tracked conditions, making the ski more settled and providing fantastic flotation. The Blaze is popular for freeride touring too, thanks to its light weight. That’s why Völkl also offers Smart Glue skins tailored to each Blaze model.
The Blaze 94 W is what we like to call “sporty”. It delivers on many levels, but it is made for the high octane delight of a skier that loves to turn on a dime, in every type of terrain. The 0.3mm thick layer of titanal across the binding platform creates an impressively direct power transfer from skier movement to ski action. Keeping the titanal only under the foot creates an incredibly fun and responsive turning experience, immediately from initiation, with little effort. Although it is designed with short turn radius goals, the 3D Radius Sidecut and Hybrid Multilayer Woodcore significantly enhances the ski's liveliness and maneuverability for any turn shape. At only 1427g (@ 165cm length) and with the addition of the Suspension Tip and Tail (basically a rubbery “bumper” for whatever the ski comes in contact with), it is a fantastic touring ski as well. Regardless of resort skiing glory, off piste endeavors, or backcountry objectives, the Blaze 94 offers an incredibly wide range of use in all conditions.
Powder touring skis with a 3D radius sidecut for stunning downhill performance. The Rise Beyond 96 is available in five different lengths. With its tip rocker, the widest model in our touring collection delivers fantastic flotation, even on the softest powder descents. A hybrid, multi-layer wood core in combination with a carbon tip shovel enables a very light (1,262 g @ 170 cm) and resilient build, which makes these skis a reliable partner on long ascents. Thanks to its 3D radius construction, this lively ski is a pleasure to use on wide, open powder turns and in narrow passages where agility is required. The Smart Skin Clip attachment system is compatible with both Fibre Tech and Smart Glue skins. SPECIFICATIONS: - ROCKER: Tip Rocker - CORE: Multilayer Woodcore Light - BASE: P-Tex 2100 - RECOMMENDED BINDING: Marker Kingpin, Marker Alpinist - SKIING LEVEL: Intermediate, Advanced, Professional
The Rise Beyond 96 W is available in four different lengths. With its tip rocker, the widest model in our women’s touring collection delivers fantastic flotation, even on the softest powder descents. A lightweight, multi-layer wood core in combination with a carbon tip shovel enables a very light (< 1,262 g @ 170 cm) and resilient build, which makes these skis a reliable partner on long ascents. Thanks to its 3D radius construction, this lively ski is a pleasure to use on wide, open powder turns and in narrow passages where agility is required. The Smart Skin Clip attachment system is fully compatible with both Fibre Tech and Smart Glue skins.
Engineered so it’s light enough for easy touring, yet wide enough for outstanding free touring, the MTN 96 CARBON moves downhill as effectively as it climbs up. Combining all the strengths of Salomon’s iconic MTN 95, it has an alpine shape and a more lightweight, carbon construction. Sustainably made, it is an environmentally friendly choice. Touring efficiency The lightest wide touring ski Salomon ever made is carbon-reinforced to minimize uphill effort, and leave you with more energy to go beyond your comfort zone on the way down. Uncompromised descent Salomon’s exclusive Cork Damplifier is visibly integrated into the tip of the ski. It filters terrain vibrations and creates a more stable ski no matter the snow conditions. More sustainable Made to last with up to 40% sustainable materials, this ski is part of Salomon’s untiring sustainability efforts aimed at minimizing our product’s impact on the environment.
The icon of Salomon’s QST line, the QST 106 is a favorite across the world. This year, we revamped the ski's shape, complimenting the classic QST layup that you rely on for power and stability. The result? A ski that does it all with style and finesse - no matter the snow, no matter the terrain. Go ahead, make the mountain your playground. Agility The new design is slightly more tapered, with the widest points of the tip and tail closer to center. This allows for quick pivots, playful turn shapes, and agility. Floatation The new QST 106 maintains a 106mm underfoot platform that excels when the snow gets deep. Longer rocker in the tip and tail make navigating face shots a breeze. Power & Stability A C/FX carbon backbone and double sidewalls create a powerful ski with strong edge hold. Cork inserts in the tip & tail eliminate chatter, offering a smooth, playful ride.
Versatile, strong, and spirited. Sound like you? We’ve redesigned the QST 92 to compliment you, the modern freerider. A new profile boasts a responsive, yet supple ride, while the lightweight 92mm waist and freeride shape are perfect for cruising the bumps or exploring the side country. Where will you take the new QST 92? Versatility & Agility A redesigned, longer rocker profile and modern shape create a ski strong enough for groomers, while light enough to take on backcountry missions. Edge Grip Double sidewalls underfoot coupled with a CFX carbon backbone offer skiers the strong edge hold required for early morning groomers and shadowy, icy afternoons. Power & Stability A poppy tail and traditional camber profile accentuate the ski's new shape, adding power at the end of a turn for balanced carves and quick mogul work.
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From chasing natural features in the morning to slaying glades ‘til après, the QST 98 is a playful yet powerful ski. With a new, modern shape and versatile 98mm waist-width, the QST 98 rises to any challenge. Double sidewall technology transmits power to your edges, whether dropping cliffs or buttering lips. VERSATILITY & AGILITY With an all-new shape, the QST 98 butters turns on a dime, while also remaining reliable at speed. The 98mm waist adds flotation in pow, and finesse to glades and bumps. Edge Grip Double sidewall technology provides the edge grip and power transmission you’d expect from a hard-charging ski. Power & Stability C/FX carbon in the tip and tail allow for quick pivots, while adding strength and power. The Cork Damplifier creates confidence-boosting stability when arcing at high speeds.
The new QST Lumen 98 is a powerful all-mountain quiver-of-one that thrives in playful lines and shines in changing conditions. With a modern twin rocker shape and versatile 98mm waist, the ski turns effortlessly in the bumps, on piste, and in powder. Double sidewalls create trustworthy edge hold, while cork inserts and CFX layup provide stability. Versatility & Agility From the groomers to the backcountry, the QST Lumen 98 is equipped with a lively freeride shape and a versatile 98mm waist that excels wherever you go. Edge Grip Double sidewall construction underfoot gives the ski bite in icy conditions, providing a strong, reliable platform to transmit power to your turns. Power & Stability The new shape of the Lumen pairs flawlessly with a CFX layup and dampening cork inserts. The ski boasts unrivaled stability, while remaining effortless and elegant in its turns.
As time evolves, so does our style of skiing. In response, we took the beloved QST LUX 92, lengthened the rocker and revamped its shape to create a more modern, playful version of your favorite charger. What we didn’t change? The edge grip, performance, and stability you have come to rely on when charging groomers or skipping through the glades. Versatility & Agility A new profile coupled with a 92mm waist and lightweight body create a multifaceted ski that stands out on the groomers and shines in the backcountry. Edge Grip Double sidewalls underfoot coupled with a CFX carbon backbone offer skiers the strong edge hold required for early morning groomers and shadowy, icy afternoons. Power & Stability A poppy tail and traditional camber profile accentuate the Lux’s new shape, adding power at the end of a turn for balanced carves and quick glade work.
Open up the world of backcountry touring and the search for turns with the BC 80 Positrack. The ski has a lightweight core to let you move swiftly through varied terrain, while a generous sidecut and modest tip rocker encourage easy turning when you find the perfect slope. A waxless Positrack base provides a confident grip and glide in all snow conditions with no prep. Aftermarket climbing skins are available for touring. All-Conditions Kick and Glide Waxless Positrack base features a positive base structure for the best blend of kick and glide in all snow conditions Downhill Control Full-length steel edges increase edge grip and control for downhill skiing Light and Lively Low-density core features a lightweight wood core with air channels for a lively feel Light, Playful Performance Air Tip technology enhances floatation and control in deep snow conditions Easy Handling Activ Cap offers a balance of torsional rigidity and supple flex from tip to tail for all conditions stability - Sidecuts dimensions: 80/60/70 - Construction: Activ' Cap & Steel Edge - Core: LDC - Base tuning: Positrack
The Dispatch 101 is lightweight yet stable with the predictability and control required for successful backcountry exploration. Designed with a narrower waist but leveraging the same Titanal Hex-Beam construction, Steadfast base, and Uni-Directional Flax as its wider teammates. Look no further than the Dispatch 101. A clear choice for team rider Krystin Norman.
PREMIUM FEATHERWEIGHT TOURING PERFORMANCE It’s hard to believe something that’s practically featherweight can still deliver on the descents. The Wayback 88’s are the perfect combination of versatility and capability. The Titanal-reinforced Wayback 88 will change your opinion of lightweight touring skis. They can fly up the skin track with the best of ‘em, yet inspire confidence when the snow is variable and the descents are steep. An All-Terrain Rocker and Ti Spyne construction deliver stability and control in any conditions while unidirectional carbon fiber and a Snophobic Topsheet keep things light. After all, why hike all the way up, if the cruise down isn’t enjoyable?
VERSATILE TOURING SKI WITH OUTSTANDING STABILITY-TO-WEIGHT RATIO Strapped up with T3 Technology – that’s metal-laden construction – the Wayback 96 offers uncompromised downhill capabilities in a super-light package. Whether you’re on a multi-day hut trip or pushing out for a quick dawn patrol, the Wayback 96 offers the best stability-to-weight ratio on the market. Strapped with features like an All-Terrain Rocker, Ti Spyne and a Carbon Overdrive the Wayback 96 is stable, responsive, and maneuverable even in deep powder. The Wayback 96 are both efficient on the way up, and confidence-inspiring on the way down
A proud sponsor of pocket bacon and backpack beers, the Hustle 9 is built for the backcountry skiers who are out there for one reason alone: To have as much fun as possible. Built off our tried-and-true freeride-oriented profile with a waist width that gets wider as the ski gets longer, and powered by an all new lightweight TrueBlend Free wood core, Hustle 9 is light on the ups yet packs all the gas you're looking for when it's time for the fun part. Whether you're bagging vert before the sun rises or farming pow until it sets, Hustle 9 is built to work as hard as you do and guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
At 85mm underfoot, the Zero G 85 is your weapon of choice for long days on the skin track and early morning uphill workouts alike. While remaining narrow and light for crushing vert, an updated iteration of Blizzard's proven Carbon Drive technology in version 3.0 provides for a more consistent, stable feel on the descent. So whether you're high in the alpine chasing consequential lines or just trying to stay fit and have fun, you can count on the Zero G 85 to rise to every occasion, just as you do.
The Zero G 95 was the ski of choice for ski mountaineers Hilaree Nelson and Jim Morrison to conquer their epic, first descent on the world's highest, biggest line—the Lhotse Couloir on 27,940-foot Lhotse peak in Nepal's Himalayas. The Zero G 95 gave them the performance they needed to get down safely—not to mention the high-altitude pow turns they scored! An ultra-lightweight paulownia wood core paired with updated iteration of Blizzard's proven Carbon Drive technology in version 3.0 provides for efficiency on the skin track and a more consistent, stable feel on the descent. Your backcountry adventure may be closer to home, but you can still reap the benefits of Austrian engineering that delivers the best downhill performance for the weight.
This unbeatable all-terrain toy is known for its forgiveness and playfulness. The combination of a very progressive flex and a long effective edge provides great manoeuvrability and grip at high speeds. With a freestyle-derived DNA, the progressive, softened flex makes it easy to progress, while the extended sidecut and long effective edge provide plenty of stability. Creativity for all on all types of terrain.
An all-new take on the famous Camox Freebird, here's a ski that's gradually softened underfoot, with balanced torsion and a cool spirit ready for anything. It is a ski for those who want to have fun in all conditions, which favors skiability over performance, and which offers a pleasant grip at the service of a benevolent rhythm. Forgiving and light, voluntary and progressive, the Camox Freebird accompanies all skiers towards a fairer and more balanced universe.
The Ferox Freebird was born out of the need to offer a double-rockered, powder-oriented touring ski that still has an efficient grip. The objective is therefore powder and the sensation of floating on natural snow, but the soul remains alpine to adapt to all conditions encountered in touring. With a twin-tip and a double rocker, it is a ski that offers a very good feeling in powder with its immediate lift and pivot, but which keeps a good base on hard snow thanks to its progressive sidecut.
Dressed in its famous one-piece fluorescent yellow, the Orb Freebird is a reference in ski touring. Designed with a fine and progressive rocker lift that gives it a strong base and a very secure grip, it is the perfect companion for vertical odysseys. Cut for the mountain with a 90mm waist width, light and with a very good skiability, it is the accomplice of all the adventures, including the most radical. For the smaller riders, a new small size (155cm) is here this year.
The Atomic Bent 110 ski was designed by Chris Benchetler and the Atomic Freeski team to rip pow turns, slash windlips, and send any line you can imagine. The Atomic Bent 110 takes a similar approach to the mountain as the Bent Chetler 120, with slightly less width. It’s Jossi Wells’s go-to ski for backcountry freestyle, charging lift-served pow laps and days where it’s deep, but not 120-deep. The Bent 110 is designed with HRZN Tech Tip and Tail for a playful performance and better float through blower without adding bulk to the ski. The 110 features a bit less rocker in the tail than the 120 but still charges through variable chop and crud. A Light Woodcore reduces weight and keeps the performance responsive. With topsheet and base art by Chris Benchetler, the 110 is wholly reflective of his approach to the mountains: creative and unique.
Lightweight and ready for anything, Atomic Backland 100 is a freeride touring ski that climbs as fast as it skis. Lightweight, wide and strong, Atomic Backland 100 is one of the most versatile freeride touring skis in the Backland collection and capable of performing in the widest range of snow conditions and in any terrain. Built for adventurous days in the mountains, the Ultra Power Woodcore and Full Sidewall construction offers the perfect combination of lightweight touring capabilities and versatile freeride functionality. A Carbon Backbone runs the length of the ski like a backbone, providing exceptional agility and solid edge grip on the down. Intuitive and easy to handle, the revolutionary HRZN Tech in the tip allows the ski to bust through even the most challenging conditions. For the ultimate freeride touring set up, Atomic also offers pre-fit skins to match.
Lightweight, wide and strong, Atomic Backland 95 is one of the most versatile skis in the Backland collection and capable of performing in the widest range of snow conditions and in any terrain. Built for long days in the mountains, the Ultra Light Woodcore construction and widebody design offers the perfect combination of lightweight touring capabilities and freeride functionality. A Carbon Backbone runs the length of the ski like a backbone, providing exceptional agility and solid edge grip on the down. Intuitive and easy to handle, the revolutionary HRZN Tech in the tip allows the ski to bust through even the most challenging conditions. For the ultimate touring set up, choose a Pre-Fit skin to match.
Lightweight, wide and strong, Atomic Backland 98 W is one of the most versatile freeride touring skis in the Backland collection and capable of performing in the widest range of snow conditions and in any terrain. Built specifically for women drawn to the allure of alpine touring and weight optimized for easy ascending, the Ultra Light Woodcore construction and widebody design offers the perfect combination of lightweight touring capabilities and freeride performance. A Carbon Backbone runs the length of the ski like a backbone, providing exceptional agility and solid edge grip on descents. Intuitive and easy to handle, the revolutionary HRZN Tech in the tip allows the ski to bust through even the most challenging snow conditions. For the ultimate touring set up, Atomic also offers pre-fit skins to match.
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