2021 Volkl Yumi 84 Women's Skis w/ Salomon Warden 11 Bindings
Volkl Yumi 84 Women's Skis with Bindings
This killer deal is all you could hope for when it comes to all-mountain versatility and friendliness. That said, these skis and bindings have a very high-performance ceiling, so if you're looking for something that you can grow into as you progress, these will not let you down in the future. Thanks to the shape, construction, and profile, the all-new Yumi 84 for 2021 has a lot going for it. With some great low-end compliance and high-end performance, the Yumi 84 checks a lot of boxes for a lot of skiers. Built with a multi-layer wood core, a glass frame, and a titanal power plate underfoot, you get a quick, light, and energetic ski that's ideal for any and all conditions and terrain. It's stiff and stable enough to handle firm conditions and tricky terrain while being composed and confidence-inspiring in softer snow, powder, and crud. These things will not get thrown off course easily, as they have that plate underfoot to keep things stable, and the glass frame that delivers power, precision, and pop to the edges of the skis. Tip and tail rocker make the profile of the ski ideal for a multitude of conditions, with the tips allowing you to float up and over any deep or soft snow and the tail rockeer allowing you to release easily from turns. Camber underfoot keeps you energetic and grippy.
- Sidecut: 125/84/107 mm at 161 cm lengths
- Turn Radius: 14 meters at 161 cm length
- Multi-Layer Wood Core
- 3D Radius Sidecut
- Glass Frame
- Titanal Power Plate
- Tip and Tail Rocker
- Ability Level: Intermediate and Advanced Skiers
All-Mountain • Groomers
Second question, she's on old Dynastar skis at 154, but wondering if she should be bumped up to the 161 length in these Yumi's? 5'5", upper 120's lbs, strong intermediate technique, but not an aggressive skier by style. Prefers linking controlled turns and wants more versatility for our varied Michigan conditions. And, is jealous of my raving about the versatility of my Exp 88's I just bought from you guys!
If you do not include a sole length, we will not mount them. You can also include NO MOUNT in the order notes section to really hammer the point home. For length, I think the 161 is a natural progression--perfect for more stability and smoothness, but not too long that it inhibits advancement. The skis are pretty maneuverable by nature, so I don't think there'll be any issue there. Hopefully this cures some jealousy!