2022 Volkl Racetiger JR SL Skis
2022 Volkl Racetiger JR SL Skis

2022 Volkl Racetiger JR SL Skis

Racer Price Regular price $600.00 Sale price $400.00 Save 33%

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Item:  21802   (Only 5 Left)

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**Discounted pricing is restricted to skis, boot and bindings.**

FIS Race Ski Sizing Guidelines

FIS regulations change frequently, so it is best to consult with your coach or local ski expert before making a final purchase. Please see the current USSA/FIS Equipment Rules for specific age and circuit rules.

NON-FIS Race Ski Sizing Guidelines

There are varying opinions on how to best size skis, but the most accurate method to size race skis is based on the athlete's weight. The chart below recommends what size should work best for young athletes using one pair of skis for both events and athletes using Slalom (SL) and Giant Slalom (GS) specific skis. If an older athlete is using one pair for both events, it is best to choose an SL ski that is one size longer than the ideal SL length. A long SL ski will still work for SL and be very serviceable for GS. These are loose guidelines, and you should consult your local coach or ski expert for more specific recommendations.

Racer Weight
Pounds
Racer Weight
Kilograms
Multi-Event (MTE)
Ski Length (cm)
Slalom (SL)
Ski Length (cm)
Giant Slalom (GS)
Ski Length (cm)
40-50 18-23 100-110    
50-60 23-27 110-120    
60-70 27-32 120-130 120-130 130-140
70-80 32-36 130-140 125-130 135-145
80-90 36-41   130-140 140-150
90-100 41-45   135-145 145-155
100-110 45-50   140-150 150-165
110-120 50-54   145-155 160-175
120-130 54-59   150-160 170-180
130-140 59-63   150-160 175-185
140-150 63-68   155-165 180+
150+ 68+   155-165 180+

Sizing Considerations:

  1. Consult FIS, USSA, and other level appropriate regulations.
    Click here for 2020-2021 USSA/FIS Equipment Rules
    Click here for 2020-2021 FIS SPECIFICATIONS FOR ALPINE COMPETITION EQUIPMENT
  2. Racer's ability level and preference - more advanced skiers can generally handle longer length skis which can be more stable at higher speeds.
  3. Growth of the athlete - you may want to consider sizing up a little if you want to get multiple years out of a younger racer's skis, although most coaches agree that skiing on a slightly shorter ski the second year is preferable to skiing on a ski that is too long.
  4. Coach's recommendations.

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*Junior Race Plate Compatibility Notice

The New Marker Junior Racing Plate is not compatible with X-Cell 16 and X-Cell 12 Bindings. All Marker XComp (2020-2021 and newer), Race 10 TCX, Race Junior 8, and 4.5 Junior Bindings work with this new plate.

*Bindings sold separately.

Description & Features

The new Völkl Junior SL Racestock ski features progressive lengths to accommodate all young racers. A torsionally soft tip reacts precisely and direct, easing turn initiations and making carving turns easier. A full sidewall, titanial layers, and tip rocker create a stable carving machine for U12 through U14 racers. USSA approved. BINDINGS SOLD SEPARATELY

This race ski also features a new Race plate interface with a joint in the center, creating a much more harmonic bending curve. The new drill pattern allows a more direct power transfer, and the X-Comp binding is attached with only three (3) instead of four (4) screws. This way, the ski is more forgiving and smoother to ride.

Features

  • USSA Approved Junior SL Race Skis
  • Speedwall Beech/Poplar Wood Core
  • Powered by Titanium
  • Full Sidewall for easy tuning
  • Soft tip torsion
  • Junior Race Plate or Lifter on smaller models
  • Tip Rocker
  • Recommended Binding (sold separately): Marker Race Binding

Volkl Racetiger Junior Racestock SL Ski Chart

LENGTH (cm) TYPE Sidecut
(Tip / Waist / Tail)
RADIUS (m)
150 SL (Junior) 115 / 64.5 / 96 12
143 SL (Junior) 115 / 64.5 / 96 10
136 SL (Junior) 113 / 64.5 / 93 10
129 SL (Junior) 113 / 64.5 / 93 9
122 SL (Junior) 113 / 64.5 / 93 7

Technical Info

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.

TIP ROCKER

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.

RACE FINISH

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.