2022 Volkl Yumi 84 Women's Skis

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Volkl Yumi 84 Women's Skis

The Volkl Yumi 84 is a great frontside all-mountain ski for lightweight skiers, or skiers with a more conservative ski style. Built with a similar profile to its bigger sister, the Kenja 88, this ski features Volkl's Frame Construction, but instead of a Titanal frame, this one receives a Fiberglass frame. This helps bring the weight of the ski down while still providing good torsional stiffness for solid edge hold and overall stability. The glass frame also gives the ski a very snappy and energetic feel. Running through the center of the ski is a Titanal band for added vibration and stability. At 84 millimeters under the boot, the Yumi 84 provides great performance on trial, but it allows for plenty of versatility to get off the groomers and into the bumps and trees. In fact, thanks to how light the ski is, it is impeccably maneuverable in technical terrain and sure makes a great bump ski. The Yumi 84 also features a fairly elongated rocker profile which really adds to its overall user friendliness and versatility. Not only does this rocker help provide a little bit of float when things get soft, but it allows the ski to pivot very easily for effortless short radius turns. The Yumi 84 is ultimately a very approachable ski that offers a lot of value in a well-balanced package. Low end intermediates to advanced skier that might not prefer top-end speeds would really enjoy the quickness and energy of the Volkl Yumi 84.


  • Sidecut: 125/84/107 mm at 161 cm length
  • 3D Radius: 19/14/17 meters at 161 cm length
  • Core: Multilayer Wood Core
  • Full Sidewall
  • Glass Frame Construction
  • Titanal Band
  • Rocker Camber Rocker
  • Ability Level: Intermediate to Advanced Skiers

Preferred Terrain
 All-Mountain •  Groomers •  Powder 


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Is there any difference better the 2021 and 2022 Yumi 84? Also what the main difference between the Yumi 84 and the Blaze 86.
Question by: Fred Gruman on Oct 3, 2021, 3:40 PM
Hi Fred, There is no difference other than the top sheet design from 2021 to 2022. The biggest difference between the Yumi and Blaze is the Yumi has a glass frame, that makes the ski slightly stiffer and more responsive on icier conditions. The Blaze is lighter in construction, allowing it to be nimble, and also has a slightly smaller turning radius. Hope this helps!
Answer by: Alli R on Oct 4, 2021, 12:06 PM
The last time I skied was a couple years ago and demoed the 18/19 Yumi 84. I really enjoyed this ski. I appreciated how light and snappy it was. I have not had a chance to ski the new model with the glass frame. Would you consider the Blaze similar to the previous model Yumi?
Question by: Amy Lewis on Oct 28, 2021, 9:48 PM
Hi, The blaze and the yumi are very different skis. The glass frame has made the new Yumi a little more stable, but its still light and nimble. If you liked it in the order version, then you will still like the new one, its just improved. The Blaze is in a different category, meant for more woods, and bumps and powder. Super light weight and not going to be as stable as the yumi when on trail. The Yumi is a directional ski, meaning its built to carve and stay mostly on trail while the blaze is built to be used more off trail with more play in the tails. Hope this helps, SE
Answer by: Alli R on Oct 29, 2021, 10:23 AM
I'm an intermediate-advanced skier and I do most of my skiing out west on groomed blues and blacks. I like to feel in control while enjoying some speed. I don't like getting caught in mush or sliding around on ice. Not looking to take much risk or go off-piste, I just want to feel and look great carving all day! How does the Yumi 84 fit with that? Any other skis I should consider? Thank you!
Question by: Rachel on Dec 28, 2021, 5:21 PM
Hi Rachel,

You have done your research well! The Yumi would be a perfect ski for you. Very approachable and easy to ski at a variety of speeds and turn shapes. A great carver and if you do encounter ice, nothing grips like a Volkl!

Let us know if you need help with choosing the right size. Just give us your height and weight.

Happy holidays!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Dec 29, 2021, 9:23 AM
Hi, I'm an intermediate to advanced intermediate skier and I like to ski on the slower side. I mostly stick to the frontside of the mountain but I explore the woods and moguls occassionally. I'm 5' 2" and 125 pounds. Should I go with the 147 or 154? My current skis are 2016 Salomon Cira skis in 147. Thanks!
Question by: Kerri on Jan 3, 2022, 8:20 PM
Hi Kerri,

The Yumi would be a great ski for you!

At your height and weight, you should go with the 154cm length.

Have fun!

Answer by: Dave Hatoff on Jan 4, 2022, 9:30 AM

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