The Volkl Mantra returns again as a best seller. The ski that has set the standard for a 98mm all mountain charger. The Mantra is as stiff and as stable as they get, it is unshakeable at high speeds. The stability is powered by the Sensorwood core with a layer of titanium that gives the Mantra unconditional torsional strength. The Mantra is best suited for an aggressive skier that spends most of his time bombing long, steep groomers, but is not afraid to venture into the powder or crud anytime. The Tip Rocker with camber underfoot makes the Mantra very easy to control, by initiating turns quicker and easier. Rocker in the tip will help the ski float to the top of the snow, and deflect the negative vibrations that are caused by bumps and crud. Full Vertical Sidewalls round out the Mantras toughness by only giving it better edge grip on ice and firm snow. The Volkl Mantra has been a best seller for a few years, try one today and find out for yourself. It is not afraid of break neck speed, days in the powder, bumps, crud, or scary right coast ice.
Hey, I'm Hans, I just came off the Volkl Mantra. The Mantra's been one of their top skis for many years, I own a pair. The new skis got a little bit of tip rocker, 98 underneath the foot. So it's definitely a ski that is more designed for softer snow out west. Even in the Midwest, or the hard pack conditions, this ski will hold really well, I give this ski a 4/5.
Evan here just got off the Volkl Mantra. I give this skis a 4 out of 5. Very predictable for it's width. Holds an edge like a champ has a little bit of tip rocker so it's going to be easier to initiate turn. Still very solid under foot. Going to be good for that all mountain all around skiing.
Trey here with Volkl's Mantra i'm going to give this ski 4 1/2 out of 5 stars. I've always liked this ski, they made it better this year with a little bit of early rise in it. It really transitions between the turns effortlessly. It's for an advanced immediate to the casual expert skier. It's really flat in the tail so you can load a ton of energy in it, and just sit down on it an rip really powerful turns on the groomers, or even in crud like we have out here right now 4 1/2 out of 5.
Hi, Tom here, with the Volkl Mantra, give this 4/5 stars. Real smooth turner, tons of power, great edge hold. Its a little overly damp, it doesn't have a lot of zip to the finish of the turn. If your looking for something you can stand on, and you know is gonna hold you all the way through the turn. Give you tremendous stability, a lot of versatility with the width to, this is the ski.
Hi this is Luke just finished skiing the Volkl Mantra. I give this 5/5 stars I really enjoyed skiing this. It's the first time i've been on a Mantra, and found this to be just very smooth ski transitioning from edge to edge. Very quick definitely a fun all mountain ski if you want to get out and rip and get a little speed while you're out their. Definitely for your advanced level skiers check it out great ski Mantra.
Kyle here with the Volkl Mantra. I really like this ski I give it a 4 1/2 out of 5. I think it handles really well, goes up on edge well, and holds an edge really well. Good for high speeds, and I think it be good for anyone from intermediate to expert skier. Gets you through the crud big and wide enough, but it will handle the groomers really well.
What's going on, Jeff here, Volkl Mantra, 4/5 stars. See a new paint job this year. This metal top laminate ski is a blast to run. You wanna go to the front side, maybe do some nice tree skiing, rip on some nice corduroy for a day. You can go anywhere, do anything you want with this ski. Really fun, the vertical sidewall gives it tons of stability, and torsional control. Anywhere from your moderate tree tight turns, to just letting it rip wide-open in a back bowl, or down the frontside of a real nice steep hill. This is gonna be a great ski for you, very confident, and inspiring.
Hey, I'm Hans, I just came off the Volkl Mantra. The Mantra's been one of their top skis for many years, I own a pair. The new skis got a little bit of tip rocker, 98 underneath the foot. So it's definitely a ski that is more designed for softer snow out west. Even in the midwest, or the hard pack conditions, this ski will hold really well, I give this ski a 4/5.
Evan here just got off the Volkl Montra. I give this skis a 4 out of 5. Very predictable for it's width. Holds an edge like a champ has a little bit of tip rocker so it's going to be easier to initiate turn. Still very solid under foot. Going to be good for that all mountain all around skiing.
Hey I'm Brad. I just got off the Volkl Mantras. 4 out of 5 for me. Definitely it's the big brother of the Kendo. Super damp super smooth ride. Held turns you could feel it's stability was off the charts. So if you're a guy that really likes something that's a little bit beefier, likes to go fast. This would give you a real nice damp ride. It's just an absolute SUV. Through all of the softer stuff it definitely floats well, carves well. Not the snappiest or the poppiest ski i've skied all day. So if you like a ski that definitely tends to get up on edge really quick and sends you sailing into the next turn I might look else where but if you're a guy that just likes a nice smooth Cadalac type ride. This would be an awesome ski for you.