For advanced lady skiers who are looking for the ultimate in light weight versatility, the Volkl Blaze 94 women’s skis should be a primary choice. Thanks to the shape, build, and profile of the Blaze 94 women’s skis, you’ll have one of the most well-rounded skis on Planet Earth. Built with a hybrid multi-layer wood core, the Volkl Blaze 94 gets its start, but that’s not where the recipe ends. The wood core consists of multiple stringers of varying wood densities, allowing the Volkl ski engineers the ability to fine-tune the flex and weight of the ski without compromising on performance, energy, and strength. This is a very efficient and effective way to go about ski construction, and you as the skier get all the benefits. At 94 mm underfoot, these skis are right in the sweet spot for true and versatile all-mountain skiing. Whether you’re on the groomers ripping turns or in the bumps zipping down the lines, the Blaze 94 women’s skis have the power and finesse necessary to make a day of it. In the trees, the light swing weight but the high energy combines to make for effortless turns, even in the tightest of woods. On the groomers, there’s a titanal power plate underfoot, increasing the torsional stiffness of the ski, and making for amazing edge grip. Advanced lady skiers will love the true all-mountain versatility of the Volkl Blaze 94 women’s skis.
Volkl Blaze 94W Specs:
* Sizes Available: 158
* Dimensions: 134/94/116
* Turn Radius: 13m (158)
* Construction: Titanal Power Plate, Suspension Tips, Full Sidewall
* Core: Multi Layer Woodcore
* Sold Flat
* New Condition
* In-Stock, Ready to Ship
* Free Shipping (48 States)
* Pick-up available (Kingston Shop)
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Call us at (845) 338-5119 during our business hours if you would like more information about these skis.
About Potter Brothers
Potter Brothers is a specialty ski & snowboard shop with locations in NY, MA and VT. Visit us for great deals on gear, discounted lift tickets and quality rental equipment. Plus, our Resort Shops at Jiminy Peak, Bromley and Killington are home to some of the largest Demo Centers found in the Northeast.