2019 Volkl Racetiger Junior GS Skis
2019 Volkl Racetiger Junior GS Skis

2019 Volkl Racetiger Junior GS Skis

Item: 18801C


Regular price $675.00 Sale price $399.00 Save 41%
(Only 2 Left)

Völkl's Junior GS Race Stock ski continues to win races on the U12 and U14 circuits. Its full titanal, full sidewall construction with a slight tip rocker has been proven over many years. USSA approved.

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  • USSA Approved Junior GS Race Skis
  • Powered by Titanium
  • Speedwall Multi-Layer Wood Core
  • Junior Race Plate or Lifter on smaller models
  • Tip Rocker
  • Recommended Binding (sold separately): Marker Race Binding

Volkl Junior Racetiger Race Stock GS Ski Chart

LENGTH (cm) TYPE Sidecut
(Tip / Waist / Tail)
171 GS (Junior) 105 / 65 / 93 >17
166 GS (Junior) 103 / 65 / 91 >17
161 GS (Junior) 102 / 65 / 90 >17
156 GS (Junior) 100 / 65 / 89 >17
148 GS (Junior) 101 / 65 / 90 >14
140 GS (Junior) 99 / 65 / 88 >14
132 GS (Junior) 98 / 65 / 87 >13


Constructed of extra thin and strong aluminum alloy providing perfect dampening characteristics.


An early-rise tip design for racing. The combination of an early rise tip and a classic camber profile in the rest of the ski provides easy, smooth turn entry regardless of conditions. The ski is forgiving and easy to handle.


A brand new SPEEDWALL MULTILAYER WOODCORE where the side wall is laminated to extremely stable layers of wood on the sides of the sandwich core. In combination with a more flexible, lighter wood built into the center of the sandwich core construction provides numerous advantages:

  • The hardwood part immediately adjacent to the sidewall effects a higher power transmission, improves the edge grip and supports the edge against external forces.
  • The low weight of the softwood part in the middle of the ski brings more agility and maneuverability and reduces overall ski weight.
  • The combination of both wood types running through the entire ski length contributes to an optimal distribution of the ski stiffness increasing the steering precision.