2022 Volkl Secret 102 Women's Skis
Volkl Secret 102 Women's Skis
Let us let you in on a little secret... This ski RIPS! Just kidding, that's no secret, but either way, advanced to expert skiers will love the stable, hard-charging performance of the Volkl Secret 102. This ski offers the carving performance of a frontside ski with the versatility to handle any type of terrain and snow condition. Starting with Volkl's multilayer wood core and Titanal Frame Construction, the Secret 102 provides an impressively damp and stable feel for knifing high speed turns all over the resort. Despite being a bit wider, the construction of this ski provides all the torsional stiffness in the world which makes it a phenomenal carver, but its shape and profile make it so much more than just that. At 102 millimeters underfoot, there isn't much than this ski can handle. A bit of tip and tail rocker allow for an impressive float in powder along with some added lateral maneuverability and pivot when things get tight and technical. Following suit of a many other Volkl skis, the Secret 102 features a 3D Radius Sidecut which incorporates three different length arcs into the sidecut of the ski. This might sound a bit complicated but what it does is allow you to make different turn shapes very intuitively. It gives the ski a quicker more maneuverable feel overall despite its weight and construction. Ladies looking for a chargy all mountain ski to push the boundaries of speed will love the performance of the Volkl secret 102.
- Sidecut: 140/102/123 mm at all lengths
- 3D Radius: 21/15/19 meters at 163 cm length
- Core: Multilayer Wood Core
- Full Sidewall
- Titanal Frame Construction
- Rocker Camber Rocker
- Early Taper
- Ability Level: Expert Skiers
All-Mountain • Big Mountain • Groomers
Look at the Santa Anna or Blaze also ?
The Secret in a 170 cm comes in at just slightly over 1800 grams per ski. It has the burliest construction and weight of all 3 skis mentioned . Certainly not on the light end (has the most amount of metal in its core out of the 3 skis as well) for touring. The Blaze 106 is significantly lighter and is a fully capable all mountain/touring ski with a Kingpin on it. The Santa Anna 100 is right in the middle of these 3 skis as far as weight goes, and compares in all-mountain performance with equal aplomb.
Hope this helps in your buying decision.
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