Volkl Flair SC UVO with Xmotion 11.0 TCX D Binding - Women's

Volkl Flair SC UVO with Xmotion 11.0 TCX D Binding - Women's
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Flair SC UVO with Xmotion 11.0 TCX D Binding - Women's by Volkl
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Volkl Flair SC UVO with Xmotion 11.0 TCX D Binding - Women's

It's a bluebird day and your royal corduroy carpet has been rolled out in front of you, so zip down the snow on the Volkl Flair SC UVO with xMotion 11. 0 TCX D Binding. With a 72mm waist and zippy, short turn radius, the Flair excels at making nimble, tight, and playful turns on groomers or packed pow runs that make you want to shake your tail feather. The early rise tip helps you feel on top of things if you hit a bit of chop or fluff, and traditional camber underfoot allows silky smooth turn initiation and a powerful, no-slip grip on icy surfaces.Made from lightweight beech and poplar with sleek channels and a carbon-fiber weave, the Full Sensor Wood Core offers a responsive, maneuverable, and stable ride in a variety of conditions. Volkl added their ingenious UVO (Ultimate Vibration Object) to the tip of the ski, which helps dampen chatter and vibration at speeds and on hardpack. The 3-11 DIN range of xMotion 11. 0 Bindings accommodate most lady shredders, and feature the Glide Control System for easy adjustment. As your bindings require customization to your boots and placement preferences, they don't come pre-mounted, so a certified ski technician at your local shop can help you get on the snow in a flash.

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