2022 Volkl Blaze 106 Skis w/ Tyrolia Attack2 14 GW Bindings
Volkl Blaze 106 Skis with Bindings
This is a sweet setup for skiers looking for a strong freeride ski that loves to float and smear on any and all amounts of fresh snow and interesting terrain. Built with Volkl's Hybrid Multi-Layer wood core, the Blaze 106 ski and binding combo is energetic and very light. For powder days at the resort, or for a wider all-mountain ski, the Blaze 106 loves to be found dropping pillows, chucking chutes, and bouncing off of bumps wherever the skier can find them. Underfoot, the skis are bolstered by a titanal power plate, and this plate accomplishes a few things. First, it helps with binding retention, and while we don't normally see bindings ripping out of skis like this, it's helpful to have that extra layer of metal to screw into to really gain in confidence for when the going gets sketchy. Light and responsive, the Volkl Blaze 106 skis with bindings have a ton of maneuverability and quickness to them, but Volkl does a great job at making the skis stable and smooth all the while. Volkl's 3D Radius sidecut gives the ski a lot of extra versatility in the shape of the turn, putting more of the control onto the feet of the skier, allowing it to make any shape turn at any point. Advanced skiers looking for a light, wide, and floaty ski will love the soft snow versatility of the Volkl Blaze 106 skis with bindings.
- Sidecut: 146/106/128 mm
- Turn Radius: 17 meters average at 179 cm length
- Core: Hybrid Multi-layer Wood
- Weight Per Ski: 1772 Grams at 186 cm length
- 3D Radius Sidecut
- Titanal Power Plate
- Suspension Tips and Tails
- Full Sidewall
- Tip and Tail Rocker
- Ability Level: Advanced Skiers
Big Mountain • Powder • Touring
We're putting 110mm brakes on that binding, not sure if that's what you're asking. It sits flush to the ski. Hope that helps!
Just the heel is on a track that has about 2cm of travel.