The Revolt 121 Ski might be part of Volkl's freestyle collection, but it rebels against crowded terrain parks in search of more creative freestyle terrain found on big mountains. The cliffs up there are bigger, the snow is softer, and the fallen trees are begging to be jibbed. At 121mm, this ski is the widest Revolt that Volkl makes, so it's undeniably a powder hound, but the rockered tip and tail boast a tapered shape that butters, turns, and maneuvers through the deeps whether you're riding switch or not. The Revolt also boasts a multilayer wood core composed mostly of poplar for light, poppy feel, and denser beech wood that provides better binding retention overtime.
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