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Volkl Racetiger Speedwall SL R 2017 Ski Review

Volkl Racetiger Speedwall SL R 2017

Ski Statistics - Length (cm) / Sidecut (mm) / Radius (m)

155 / 113-65-98.5 /
157 / 116-65-100 /
165 / 116-65-101 /

Manufacturer's Description

UVO (opt.)

Power Construction

Powered by Titanium

P-Tex 4500

Speedwall Multilayer Woodcore

Marker WC Plate II 10 mm (WOMEN)

Marker WC Plate II 14 mm (MEN)

Flat

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