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A mid-fat waist and torsion box wrap give the Volkl Kiku Ski quick edge-to-edge power and control, and the wide tip and Full Rocker profile make the ski feel a hovercraft on deep pow. It features a wide-radius sidecut for high-speed stability and arcing turns top to bottom; and the carbon reinforcement silences chatter on those long run-outs. You're probably thinking, 'But that sounds like an all-mountain ski,' and you're right. Just don't leave the Kiku in the garage on a powder day; its 107mm waist makes it the girthiest ski in Volkl's women's freeskiing lineup, and the ski most eager to get after the fresh stuff.
The Volkl Kiku has a smooth and lively ride that is made for poaching powder stashes and big mountain freeriding. The ELP (Extended Low Profile) Rocker design provides full, uniform edge contact for unparalleled control on soft & firm snow. The Kiku has a true twin tip design and 107mm underfoot for serious hucking and all-mountain performance, from the backside bowls to the frontside untracked terrain.
- Mountain Gear