2021 Volkl M5 Mantra Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings
2021 Volkl M5 Mantra Skis with Bindings
The 2021 Volkl M5 Mantra skis with bindings are a fantastic killer deal for advanced and expert skiers who are looking for the ultimate all-mountain setup. Built with a wood core and two sheets of metal, the M5 is ready to rip. When paired with these bindings, the setup is ideal for skiers looking for the ultimate in power and precision. At 96 mm underfoot, the Mantra has the ideal shape for all-mountain skiing. They carve like race skis and float like powder skis (well not really, but for one pair, they do really well) and they lead good skiers to become great skiers thanks to the confidence that they inspire on a daily basis. In the bumps, that waist is narrow enough to generate some quicker turns while in the powder, the tip and tail rocker combine to create a smooth and easygoing character that works really well in soft snow conditions. They certainly prefer to plow through fresh snow and crud rather than dance on top of it and as a result, more aggressive and expert skiers will glean the best performance out of this setup. From eastern hardpack to western chalk, the 2021 M5 Mantra continues the tradition of being able to do anything and everything all in the same run. There's not much that these skis and bindings won't do out there on the hill, and you'll continue to love the Mantra brand and feel, just as you have for many years now.
- Sidecut: 134/96/117 mm at 177 cm length
- Turn Radius: 19.8 meters at 177 cm length
- Wood Core
- Titanal Frame Construction
- Rocker/Camber/Rocker Profile
- Carbon Tips
- Ability Level: Advanced and Expert Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers • Powder
- Rocker / Camber / Rocker
We generally use the 95 with the Mantra--they're wider than most, while the 110 is on the wide side for that ski. Have fun!
Yes we can certainly do that for you. To substitute the Griffon 13 for the Tyrolia Attack 2, that would be a $30 upcharge.
Hope this helps and think snow!
If your looking for something longer than I would go with the 184cm option. The M5s have a good amount of rocker so if you went with the 177cm option they would be similar to your 175s that you have now.
It's best to be certain on the boot sole length before we drill the skis. Not all size 27.5 boots have the same sole length. On the off chance the number was too far off from what you've guessed, you'd have to get the bindings re-mounted. You can always place an order and leave a note that you'll provide your boot sole length once you've got your boots.
The Rocker profile on the M5 is very minimal. Stick with the 177cm length.
Thanks and think snow!
That's the conclusion that Volkl is hoping you'll come to! Same build, but with 8 mm of extra width makes it a better floater but still being a great carver. Mantra 102 takes it to the next level, then Katana 108 another jump still, but at the 108, you're losing carving performance for sure.