Volkl RTM 80 Ski System with Bindings (Men's)
If you spend most of your time carving but want more versatile dimensions, the Volkl RTM 80 Ski System has got you covered. This is an aggressive and damp frontside ski with a slightly wider waist width and full-length rocker. This provides lot of float in soft snow `so you're not restricted in terms of where you can ride. Dual XTD Transmission sidewalls ensure that when you get the RTM 80 up on edge you get solid hold.
- Design: All-Mountain
- Dimensions: 126-80-107
- Camber: Full-length rocker
- Turn Radius: 17.8m (size 176)
- Skill Level: Advanced
- Bindings: IPT WR 12 bindings included
- XTD Sensor wood core is light and responsive
- Full rocker provides great float in soft snow
- Dual XTD Transmission sidewall for solid grip and reduced chatter
- iPT Motion bindings provide precise power transmission to the ski
Questions and Answers
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"Could you provide a comparison of this ski and the Salomon Enduro XT 850."
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Question by Russ Ski The East on 2/24/2013 - 3:55 pm
"While they come from different companies, the skis are pretty similar. All mountain, for an advanced skier, etc. The Salomon Enduro has its rocker in the tip whereas this RTM 80 has full rocker. Other skis comparable to this RTM 80 are the Rossignol Experience 83 and comparable to that Salomon Enduro is the K2 Amp Rictor Ski."
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/26/2013 - 4:53 pm
"I am male, 5'5" 160 lbs advanced skiier. what length should I look for in the RTM80? How about the Salomon Enduro XT850? Would you recommend something else as a better fit?"
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Question by rick on 2/27/2013 - 11:13 am
""For all mountain skiing you should be in the 170 range, so for this ski, choose the 171 and for the Enduro XT 850 go with the 171. Either ski sounds like it would be a perfect fit for your skill level.""
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/27/2013 - 3:05 pm
"My wife and I are looking to buy our first set of ski gear. we have around 25 days skiing experience. My wife is 160cm tall and 62kg, I am 176cm tall and 104kg. We are both skiing intermediate slopes, although my wife is a little less confident. What skis and sizes would you recommend?. Also we would love to buy our boots online but are a bit worried about getting correct sizing, what would you advise"
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Question by Phil on 4/10/2013 - 1:09 am
"We would definitely advise that you call one of our store locations directly to talk with a ski tech about your skis and boots. A lot more information is needed from you in order to get you & your wife in the right pair of skis/boots, especially since it's your first ski purchase. One of our store techs will gladly help you out! "
Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/10/2013 - 8:49 am
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