RTM 84 Ski with iPT WideRide XL 14 FR GW Binding by Volkl
Plenty of people will have you believe that you need a different ski every time conditions are different, but they've never been on the Volkl RTM 84 Ski. It's an all-mountain ski for experts who don't want their gear to hold them back, but it's not built with a take-no-prisoners attitudea"its surprising versatility comes courtesy of the 3D. Ridge construction, which concentrates the mass of the ski in the center, so the ski feels light, agile, and incredibly quick from edge to edge while maintaining the stiffness of a traditional frontside ripper.Volkl also laid down a metal laminate to give the RTM plenty of power to bust through chop and chunder, with damping properties to counter vibration and give you a buttery smooth ride. Volkl's new 3D. Glass technology places multiple glass layers underfoot to increase edge grip and provide more rebound and responsiveness while you're carving turns. There won't be any fussing around once you get your sticks, either, because Volkl ships them mounted with an iPT Wide Ride XL 12. 0 binding, a bomber clamp that be cranked all the way up to 12 for solid retention and reliable release.
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