Volkl Blaze 106 Ski

Volkl Blaze 106 Ski
Volkl Blaze 106 Ski
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Blaze 106 Ski by Volkl
When your day has exposed faces and steep descents in the works make sure to bring the Volkl Blaze 106 Ski. This ski offers a beefy and reliable feel when you need it most by combining a poplar and beech core with a layer of titanal. This ensures you can always drive power to your edges no matter the conditions.

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SKU: VKLI046
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