2022 Volkl Blaze 94 Skis

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Volkl Blaze 94 Skis

For light weight all-mountain fun, there's not a lot out there better suited than the Volkl Blaze 94. When you pick them up, it's impressive how light they are, but Volkl does their Volkl things with them, making them remarkably versatile and stable all at the same time. Built with a hybrid multi-layer wood core, the skis feature a mix of softer and lighter wood stringers to go along with the denser and stiffer ones. These larger vertical blocks of wood stringers give the ski its incredible energy, all while keeping the weight down to a very manageable 1546 grams per ski in the 179 cm length. In addition, the skis feature Volkl's 3D Radius sidecut, allowing the skier to more predictably and accurately decide the turn shape and style. By varying up the radius, the skier can use shallower edge angles in the forebody and through the tails to get a longer turn shape, and if you push more on the central part of the ski, they start to come around like a slalom ski. Ultimately, you're looking at about a 17-meter turn radius in the 179, but it's really amazing how the ski is comfortable and capable at any turn shape and arc. They carve clean round turns, and at the same time, they can skid and smear some quick slash turns. At 94 mm underfoot, the skis are right in the sweet spot for making a true all-mountain ski, but with Volkl's freeride flari.


  • Sidecut: 134/94/116 mm
  • Turn Radius: 17 Meter Main Radius at 179 cm length
  • Core: Hybrid Multi-Layer Wood
  • Rocker: Tip and Tail
  • Weight Per Ski: 1546 Grams at 179 cm Length
  • 3D Radius Sidecut
  • Suspension Tips and Tails
  • Ability Level: Advanced Skiers

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Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Powder •  Touring 


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I agree that factory mount point suggestion is usually best. To be clear what I want to know is how far from the centre and/or tail of the ski is the recommended mount point. For example is it -11 back from centre?
Question by: Rick Nelson on Mar 3, 2021, 5:38 PM
HI Rick!
What length are you interested in knowing the answer to?
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 4, 2021, 10:25 AM
Where are the recommended binding mount points?
Question by: Rick Nelson on Feb 27, 2021, 1:07 AM
HI Rick!
We go on the factory line for these skis.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 2, 2021, 12:54 PM
I'm looking for a pair of these with bindings. I see you have a Tyrolia package, but could I get them with Look or Marker bindings?
Question by: Gregory Nave on Mar 12, 2022, 1:47 PM
HI Gregory!
Please call 877/812/6710 to discuss binding swaps and related pricing.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Mar 15, 2022, 8:25 AM

I am 32 years old, 5'8" tall and weigh 187 lbs. I've been skiing since almost 15/20 years ago, and I'd say my level is strong intermediate or maybe advanced, but not close to expert.
Looking to buy my first pair of skis, and looking for something suitable for all-mountain (since snow conditions in Argentina are not always the best), but that behaves well off-piste and with powder, since I really enjoy that.

My choices are between this Volkl Blaze 94, Armada ARV 96 or Head Oblivion 94, so I ask you the experts what do you think or if there's any alternative you'd recommend? Maybe Mantra M6? Sorry I give so many options but I am new at this haha

PS: I had a knee injury so, would prefer something that's not too demanding on that regards, although it's not a must.

Thanks guys
Question by: Diego on Jun 15, 2022, 6:23 PM
HI Diego!
I think the Blaze makes a lot of sense, as it has the all-mountain versatility while still remaining a pretty solid directional ski. ARV and Oblivion might be on the flexy side while the Mantra is likely too demanding. The Blaze 94 in either the 165 or 172 makes the most sense to me. Have fun!
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert (Admin) on Jun 17, 2022, 8:49 AM
I am 53, experienced skier (strong intermediate). Usually going on pistes. looking for forgiving but yet fun skies. The Volkl Blaze 94 caught my attention. What do you think? Any other options to think about?
I am 5'6". The 165 will be a good size for me?
Question by: Roy Orenstein on Nov 19, 2022, 10:43 AM
Hi Roy! Thanks for your question, we appreciate you reaching out to us. The Blaze 94 skis and bindings are a great option! There is also no difference between the construction of the unisex or "men's" version verse the women's version just different lengths on the lower end. The Blaze is a great option at a great price and another option worth considering is the 2022 Salomon Lux 92 skis and bindings. As far as sizing, checkout our sizing chart below based on skier height verse ability. A ski in the mid to upper 160's should be a great option. We hope that helps!
Answer by: Mike Aidala (Admin) on Nov 21, 2022, 3:06 PM

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