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Women's Skis

Volkl Yumi
$499.99 $549.99 9% Savings
SKI Magazine‘s 15-16 Ski of the Year, the Yumi is an all mountain freeride ski with a shape of 125-83-103. For female skiers who want to tackle the front and back side of the mountain on a light weight, yet stable ski that can handle anything - from bumps, to trees, to hard pack - the Yumi is an impressive new ride. 60% Groomed, 40% Powder Multi Layer Woodcore Construction Full Sidewall Classic Shape Directional Base: P-Tex 2100 Tip Rocker Length Radius Sidecut 154 15.3 125_83_103 161 17.1 125_83_103 168 18.9 125_83_103
Volkl FLAIR 78
A great allrounder, a little more slender than the 81. With its special Dual Woodcore Light and the weight-optimized 4Motion XL Light binding system, the FLAIR 78 has been trimmed to the perfect weight. It's designed to give advanced skiers an agile, smooth skiing ride to ski the slopes all day without fatigue.
Volkl Flair 76
The Flair 76 is an easy handling, yet sportive ride for skiers looking to improve. Its partial sidewall construction helps create a smooth ride with secure edge grip, and the Vmotion binding system gives the skier the perfect amount of power transmission along with GripWalk compatibility.
$499.95 $799.00 37% Savings
$419.95 - $649.00 $649.00 Up To 35% Savings
The Kenja is the slimmer, a little more piste-oriented version of the Aura. It features a 90mm waist, moderate taper in the tip, and the added maneuverability of tip and tail rocker. These design elements create easier, more playful handling, while maintaining the edge grip, stability, and frontside performance that have made it one of the most popular all mountain skis on the market.
Volkl YUMI FLAT 17/18
$399.95 $549.00 - $549.99 27% Savings
The new Yumi is completely re-designed with a wider, 84mm waist, creating an even more playful, easy handling ski. We have also updated it with Titanal Band construction, adding stability and smoothness without extra weight. It features tip and tail rocker, full sidewall construction, and moderate taper in the tip. The strength of the Yumi has always been the huge range of skiers’ abilities who could enjoy it, and the lively, yet stable feel on the front side blended with the float and maneuverability for an occasional off piste ramble make it yet another winner.
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