For young rippers looking for the ultimate in flexibility and fun, check out the Volkl Bash W junior skis. For skiers looking for a twin tip ranging from 118 to 148 cm’s, breaking on the 10’s, these Bash W junior skis are the way to go for flexibility, versatility, and fun.
Twin tips are just a total blast, not only for terrain park and pipe skiing, but also for all-mountain freeride skiing, woods, bumps, you name it. These skis can really do it all, and have a high-end feel to them because of the Full Sensor poplar wood core. For most skiers, this is going to be their first foray into the wood core world, and they’re getting a good one with these skis for sure.
At 74 mm underfoot, the Bash W Junior skis are wide enough to provide some good flotation in fresh, soft, or broken snow, while they’re narrow enough to be quick in the bumps and trees, and torsionally stiff enough to hold tight to the firm snow and ice.
In addition to the width, the tip and tail rocker make a lot of sense for skis like this, as they make it smoother and floatier no matter what the conditions and terrain may be. Skiers looking for a wide variety of fun and versatility out there will love the wood core, mid-width shape, twin-tip build, and overall flexibility of the Volkl Bash W Junior Skis.
Turn Radius: 12.9 meters at 138 cm Length
Weight: 1030 Grams per ski at 138
Full Sensor Poplar Wood Core
Tip and Tail Rocker