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Völkl Blaze 106 Skis · 2022 · 172 cm

Völkl Blaze 106 Skis · 2022 · 172 cm

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Product details

The widest Blaze, each model having 106 mm under the boot: in four lengths for the ultimate freeriding experience.

Age Group
Includes bindings
Model year
Ski Type
All Mountain, Big Mountain, Freeride
Skill level
Advanced, Expert
Rocker profile
Tail profile
Partial twin tip
Tail width (mm)
Tip width (mm)
Turning radius (m)
Waist width (mm)
All mountain, Touring/Backcountry
Metal, Wood
Expert product review
Ski Expert Ben Bialek
Review by Curated Expert Ben Bialek
The 2021/2022 Völkl Blaze 106 skis are the perfect single-set quiver for backcountry skiers dealing with variable conditions. Völkl combines its powerful core compositions with lightweight tech for an approachable ski that crushes every day.
High Speed Stability
Turn Ease
Selfie of a man with goggles on standing in a snowfield with the Volkl Blaze 106 skis behind him.
A man walks uphill with skis on his feet in a snowy field.
Close up of the top sheet of the Volkl Blaze 106 skis.
Völkl Blaze 106 Skis · 2022 · 172 cm
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Wilhelm Nesterovic
Wilhelm Nesterovic
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

Agile and quick like a snow hare, the Völkl Blaze 106 Skis are the ideal entry setup for our skiers that are on the heavier and taller side of the weight and height ratio spectrum. It has great stability for a lighter ski that can easily be mounted to a touring binding to go explore untracked lines in the side and backcountry with! They are perfect for anyone that wants to blend strong performance in over a foot of powder with the capability to skin up the hill on a surprisingly light ski reinforced with Titanal alloy laminates. This is the one that can rip it down the fall line or take it at your pace cruising the blues. The amazing 3D sidecut radius is one of my favorite features on this one-- the best ski here for switching from longer arcing turns to zippy short turn sequences. It is ideal as a one-ski quiver for advanced riders looking for their new owner pair this season to help skip the lines.

Jay Adams
Jay Adams
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

The Völkl Blaze 106 is a lighter ski ideal for resort skiers who want a versatile and forgiving ski that excels in the sidecountry terrain and trees. With a turn radius of 16m, this ski will give you the ability to get on edge and carve more easily. This ski has a beech and poplar core with a titanal layer under the binding area to dampen vibration and improve power transfer from the boot and binding. The full-length sidewall also helps with power transmission and durability of the ski.

Hannah Angelides
Hannah Angelides
Verified ski expert
Reviewed Jul 13, 2022

An all-mountain ski that will get you everywhere on the mountain, from groomers to powder to earning your turns throughout the backcountry, the Völkl Blaze 106 Skis are great for someone who wants a lighter all-mountain ski. This ski will transition seamlessly from a morning of touring to an afternoon of full lift-serviced resort skiing. This is a lighter, dedicated touring ski that will hold up in any condition you bring it in. It has a rocker tip and camber in the middle for float on powder and control and stability on hardpack. The ski shape will offer maximum versatility for stability and smoothness throughout the entire initiation and follow-through of your turns. The titanal under the bindings gives the ski the necessary stability and stiffness when needed.