The Volkl RTM 80 is a perfect ski for the advanced skier or the expert who likes to spend more time carving up the corduroy than ripping up the powder. At 80mm underfoot it can be stable in some light powder, be quick edge to edge, and bust up the crud that can build up on the groomers. The full rocker camber shape gives you more maneuverability in softer snow, and on the groomers you get full, and consistent edge contact with the snow. The Extended Wood Core is powerful and damp, that gives you lots of responsiveness and power out of your ski. The Dual XTD Transmission Construction gives you the speed for an exciting ride, but you do not need to be an aggressive expert to enjoy it or control it. A layer of steel gives the RTM 80 lots of lateral and torsional strength for a nice clean ride. The iPT Wideride binding system has a 30% wider interface that delivers more precision and control of a ski of this width. The RTM 80 has been a best selling ski for the advanced or expert skier since its inception, get yours now while you still can.
Evan here, just got of the RTM 80 from Volkl. I give this ski a 4 out of 5. It's going to be good for that advanced intermediate to an advanced skier. Like anywhere from short to medium range turns. Quick and snappy out of turns. A lot fun.
Hi I'm Brandon. I'm here with the Volkl RTM 80. I liked this ski a lot and I give it a 4.5 out of 5 When you're making sharp hard turns it's definitely going to hold you up and give you a nice solid clean turn. It doesn't chatter much at high speeds and it gives you a really fun hard ride. It also is good in short turns, soft snow, and packed snow.
Hi, Tom here, with the Volkl RTM 80, I'm gonna give this 5/5. I think this can be a real game changer for a lot of skiers. It gets up on edge with little to no effort. Super stable, tons of edge hold through the turn, and its got quite a bit of pop at the finish of the turn. You'd think its a advanced type ski, but its forgiving enough that I think an intermediate can jump on here an really start to develop their technique, and improve as a skier. Just as well as an advanced rider can get on it, an use it as a frontside carving ski.
Hey, this is Hans, I just came off the Volk RTM 80. The RTM 80's been a stable ski for Volkl for many years. Its an 80 underneath the foot, it will take you out anywhere you wanna go, east coast, west coast. You can take this ski in powder, its slightly rockered, definitely designed for the upper intermediate, to expert skier. I give this ski a 5/5.
Hi this is Trey. I just got done skiing the Volkl RTM 80. I'm going to give this ski 4.5 out of 5 stars. This is a fanstastic ski. Good solid intermediate, even the casual expert skier that only skis a few time a year would really enjoy this ski. Tremendous edge hold. Still forgiving I think it's a great ski for dad, you can only have one pair of skis. You're going to be skiing in the west a few times and then on the groomers most of the rest of the time. So 4.5 out of 5 for the RTM 80.
Hey this is Luke. I just finished skiing the Volkl RTM 80. I give this 4.5 out of 5 stars. I found this to be very enjoyable frontside carver. Just a fun ski. I went out and made a bunch of turns with this and didn't work me too hard. It was just a real enjoyable carver. If you're an intermediate level to advanced level skier this is one you're going to want to check out.
Hey this is Sean. I just got done skiing the RTM 80 from Volkl. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. It was very fast. Going down groomed runs, very little chatter. It was very stable, very forgiving and responsive. It was all around a very fun ski and carved down the mountain. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars.
Kyle here with the RTM 80 by Volkl. I think this is a pretty mediocre ski for me so I'll just give it a 3.5. It does handle pretty well. Pretty playful so it would be good for any intermediate skier. Anyone charging pretty hard, I wouldn't be putting them on it. Yeah All around not too bad of a ski.
Hi I'm Kevin. I just got of the Volkl RTM 80. I give this ski 4.5 out of 5 stars. It's definitely for the more agressive advanced level skier. Volkls tend to require a little bit more work. The RTM series is definitely easier to ski than the old AC series though. A little more forgiving with the full rocker. Makes it easier to get on edge. It doesn't require as much effort. Super quick, super snappy. Very stable, tenacious edge grip. So overall this get 4.5 out 5 stars. Good pick.