recovers in its sports range the combination of rocker and camber, leaving camber 0, keeping the rocker on the tip and tail to improve and facilitate the behavior of the boards regardless of their reactivity and power. Camber, on the other hand, improves the rebound and the precision of the ski, facilitating the change of edge.
The RTM 79
is powered by this tip and tail
technology and is combined with a metal-reinforced core that improves grip on the snow, speed behavior and precision. in the twist.
construction improves edge transmission and torsional stiffness giving greater grip confidence.
technology makes skis effective and current products, symbol of Volkl's lightweight construction. The distinguishing feature of this technology is a raised central ridge that levels off towards the edge, both in front of and behind the binding. This minimizes the amount of material on the ski and therefore the weight, which significantly increases the agility of the ski. Despite the weight reduction, thanks to the 3D.Glass technology absolutely no concessions are made regarding the durability and elasticity of the ski.
The binding, integrated within the ski structure, improves the transmission of boot forces to the ski, making a compact block and improving the length of the block allowing more flex to the ski.
- 3D.Ridge construction.
- Dual Wood Core XL.
- Powered by steel.
- XTD Tip and tail rocker
- Center Sidewall.
- Dimensions in 170 cm 129/79/109 mm with radius of 15.6 m.
- Fixation: iPT Wideride XL 12 TCX GW, DIN: 4-12.
- Approximate weight of 2901 g.