2022 Volkl Revolt 87 Skis

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Volkl Revolt 87 Skis

From big-air jumps to world cup slopestyle courses to the small down rail in your local park, the Volkl Revolt 87 is the quintessential park ski for top tier athletes and aspiring shredders alike. Not much really needs to go into a ski like this. You basically just need the ski to be light, agile, snappy and durable, and that's exactly what this ski provides. A full wood core with no other bells and whistles keeps this ski pleasantly light and provides a nice even flex. This ski features a full camber profile which gives the ski a trampoline-like pop for getting onto those high rails and for a bit of extra hang time of those big jumps. While that camber profile suits a freestyle ski very well, it also makes groomers just as fun because you can actually lay down some serous arcs with these skis despite their more freestyle oriented design. A completely symmetrical sidecut means the tip of the ski is just as wide as the tail. No, we're not saying to mount these things backwards, but this shape makes skiing switch as easy as it is to ski forwards... Ok, maybe not quite as easy, but it certainly helps make the ski feel as even and balanced as possible for switch carves and trick sets. With that said, this ski really is best suited to skiers at more of an advanced level of park riding as the stiffer flex and full camber shape don't offer a ton of forgiveness. For Skiers that take park riding very seriously, or who just want a very classic and traditional park ski to start setting some bigger trick with, the Volkl Revolt 87 is the tool of choice.


  • Sidecut: 115/87/115
  • Radius: 20 meters at 177 centimeter length
  • Symetrical sidecut
  • Core: Multilayer wood core
  • Full sidewall
  • Glass Frame Construction
  • Full camber
  • Ability Level: Intermediate to advanced skiers

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2022 Volkl Revolt 87 Skis
How to choose the length of park skis? Mostly interested in jumps, not so much on rails. I am 6'1/2", 190 lbs. Should I go with 177 or 185 cm?
Question by: Andy on Feb 16, 2022, 3:43 PM
HI Andy!
I would go 185. They're quite light and maneuverable, so I don't think you have to downsize.
Answer by: SkiEssentials Expert on Feb 17, 2022, 5:36 PM

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