The evo crew demoed the new Völkl Revolt 121 Skis last season in heavy storm conditions with around 14" of thick, wind affected pow and the impressions were an immediate "thumbs up." This ski loves the deep and rewards commitment with unreal stability in chop and variable snow. Though more nimble than the Confession, it is still a charger's ski that wants to ski at the limit. Hard to beat in steep and deep conditions - direct any questions to Freeride World Tour champ Markus Eder.
Tip & Tail Rocker – Bends up only in the shovel and tail zones, with a camber shape in the middle.
Multiple Radius Concept
Multi Layer Woodcore – The combination of Beech and Poplar results in an extremely durable wood core composed of hard wood in the binding area and lighter wood surrounding it.
Tough Box Construction – Völkl protects the goods (in this case the Multi Layer Wood Core) with a composite and fiberglass sheath for resilience, durability and snap.
Full Sidewall – Direct and strong power transmission with full length sidewalls.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
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