Description & Features
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. BINDINGS SOLD SEPARATELY
- USSA Approved Junior GS Race Skis
- Powered by Titanium
- Speedwall Multi-Layer Wood Core
- Full Sidewall
- Junior Race Plate or Lifter on smaller models
- Tip Rocker
- Recommended Binding (sold separately): Marker Race Binding
Volkl Racetiger Junior Race Stock GS Ski Chart
(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|
POWERED BY TITANIUM
Constructed of extra thin and strong aluminum alloy providing perfect dampening characteristics. The titanium setup makes the ski agile and dynamic, especially friends of a hard, fast, and aggressive riding style benefit from the quick response of this construction.
SPEEDWALL MULTI-LAYER WOOD CORE
Ski sidewall/core technology intended for aggressive on-piste and racing capable of delivering the victory, even if it is measured in hundredths of seconds.
The sidewall is laminated to extremely stable layers of hardwood with more flexible, lighter wood built into the center of the sandwich core. The hardwood imparts higher power transmission, improves the edge grip, and supports the edge against external forces. While the low weight of the softwood center brings more agility, 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 precise steering.
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.
For a better grip in fast and tight turns World Cup skis come with a special race finish edging. While the SL models feature 0.7° on the base and 87.6° on the side, the GS models come with a 0.8° base and 87.6° on the side.