Volkl RTM 81 Ski System with Bindings

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Style: 113151

The Volkl RTM 81 Ski System brings the effortless feel of a rockered ski to the world of carving. The RTM 81 makes long, smooth turns down the frontside, and even has a little float for the backside. There's steel laid into this ski to dampen vibration, and a sidewall construction designed specifically to avoid chatter. Full Rocker from the tip to tail provides a playful feel and effortless navigation wherever you go.

  • Design: All-Mountain
  • Ski Dimensions: 126-81-108
  • Turn Radius: 18.6m (size 176)
  • Camber: Full Rocker reverse camber
  • Bindings: Marker/Volkl iPT WR 12 bindings included

Features:

  • Extended Sensor Wood Core is milled specifically for high-end precision
  • Powered by Steel: inlaid steel dampens vibration and adds stability
  • Sensorwood Xtra-Light wood core provides lightweight, lively feel
  • Full Rocker for float and easy turns in soft snow
  • Extended Low-Profile rocker increases edge contact for a smooth and predictable ride on groomed snow
  • XTD Transmission Sidewall construction supports the outside of the ski to preventing chatter

Questions and Answers

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Q:
"If I'm 5foot 7 inches and weigh 170 pounds, What length Volkl rom 181should I get? I'm a good skier. "
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Question by Steve on 3/2/2014 - 12:36 am
A:
"You would be a size 171. "
Answer by Katie (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/3/2014 - 2:46 pm
Q:
"I am 5'7" 180 lbs. I ski greens at this point. Is this a good ski model for me and do they have room to progress to blues. Does the boot you have an affect on ski choice? I have Technica Cochise 90. What are the other skis that Peter Glenn carries that I should consider? I assume the proper size for me is 171 based upon your previous response. Are all 5'7" men going to be 171? Thanks "
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Question by Tony on 3/23/2014 - 11:29 am
A:
"This ski is a high performance option for advanced to expert skiers. I would recommend something else that would allow you to progress while still having some serious fun. Your recommended size is going to be about 160. Size will vary depending on your height, weight, skill, level, and preferred terrain. I'd recommend the Atomic Smoke Ski System with Bindings or the Head Rev 75 Ski System with Bindings!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/24/2014 - 1:51 pm
Q:
"I am 230 lbs, 5 foot 11 and a GS style medium to fast skier. What length RTM 81 would be best for me?"
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Question by Sdg1871 on 3/23/2014 - 3:23 pm
A:
"I'd say the 171's are going to fit you best!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/24/2014 - 1:14 pm
Q:
"I'm 6'1" apx 190 lbs, advanced skier. I ski primarily in New England but once in a while will head out west or to Europe. Would you recommend the RTM 81 or RTM 84? I'm guessing 176 cm is the right size in either one, but pls correct me if I'm wrong. Thanks for your help."
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Question by Gabe on 4/22/2014 - 2:42 pm
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"That really depends on what you are looking for. The two skis you are looking at have all of the same features. The only difference is the waist size. The 81 is meant to be used 80% On-Piste, 20% Off-Piste and the 84 is meant to be used 75% On-Piste, 25% Off-Piste.The 84 is a bit better at carving and is just a bit faster due to the size. Size 176 is definitely your go-to size for this ski!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/22/2014 - 4:04 pm
Q:
"Thanks for your reply, Sarah. In terms of skiing bumps, do you think there's a big difference b/t the 81 and 84. I assume both are at least OK bump skis. And one quick follow-up question...do you think the VWerks version of the RTM 84 is noticeably different (better) enough to justify the price premium."
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Question by Gabe on 4/23/2014 - 1:47 pm
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"I'd say you'd be okay with either one on bumps. The V-Werks model of the RTM is much lighter than the original RTM. Because it is lighter it will carve a little bit better for you and provide you with a higher performance feel. I'd say if you can get it then go for it!"
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 4/24/2014 - 9:20 am
Q:
"I just bought the RTM 81. The salesman put me in a 166. I'm 5.7in tall and weigh 168lb. I'm a good skier and use to skiing a pair of volkl Superspeed 168. I'm looking for a more versital ski. Is this ski too small? I have not skied them yet."
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Question by DHoff on 10/20/2014 - 9:57 pm
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"What you have is perfect in size, the only time you would need something longer would be if you enjoy deep powder snow."
Answer by Valerie R. (Peter Glenn Staff) on 10/21/2014 - 11:04 am

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