Racetiger GS Ski with rMotion2 12 GW Race Binding by Volkl
Whether you're reliving your college racing days or training for the town race series, the Volkl Racetiger GS Ski with rMotion2 12 GW Race Binding is a package for speedy success. As you're flying from gate to gate, the narrow 69mm waist gives quick edge to edge response, with the camber underfoot providing the poppy response you need for a good time, and a titanium laminate propelling you to the finish line. An Ultimate Vibration Object on the toe dampens the ski for a quiet ride that won't toss you out of the running, while the high density of the P-Tex base speeds you along. Newly updated to the Racetiger is the 3D. Glass addition to the core. Dual layers of fiberglass help deliver more power to your ride while also allowing for a progressive flex, resulting in smooth turns and easy transitions from long to short turns, ensuring that you can adjust to the course as it unfolds. Included with this pair of racing sticks is the rMotion2 12 GW Race Binding. Compatible with GripWalk boot soles (for standing on that podium!), this binding improves the transfer of power between your boot and the ski, offering the stability and control you need to edge out the competition.
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