Building off Volk's iconic Mantra, the Blaze 94 is a versatile ski progressive freeriders will appreciate for its on- and off-piste versatility. Sitting in that midfat sweet spot, the 94mm waist provides adequate float in chop and boot-top powder--without sacrificing too much in terms of frontside capabilities. Keeping the ski stiff yet accessible, Volkl built the blaze around its Hybrid Multilayer wood core to accommodate an array of skiing styles. Then, Volkl added its Suspension Tips to help reduce tip deflection and chatter when skiing through variable conditions. When it comes to skiing all over the mountain--regardless of the conditions--the Blaze 94 is up for the task.
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