The 2022 Volkl Revolt 95, an all-mountain park ski. A preview of Volkl's most versatile park ski, plus weight and full specs.
The flex and profile of the Volkl Revolt 95 make for an interesting combo. The whole ski is pretty flat: very mellow camber underfoot with mellow rocker and rise in the tip/tail. The flex curve is similarly flat, a fairly consistent ‘softer end of medium’ flex both in the nose/tail and under the binding. I'd probably rate them a 5 out of 10 throughout in terms of longitudinal flex.
In the park, they felt very natural from the off. I’d had a couple of days of all-mountain ripping on them by the point I started hitting rails, but I did expect a longer adjustment period coming from the Blend. Most skis feel much of a muchness on rails, but the flat, untapered shape of the Revolt felt particularly locked 50-50ing (both feet) round tubes. - @Twig
Sizes: 157, 165, 173, 181 cm
Dimensions: 129 / 95 / 119 mm
Radius: 17M - 157 | 19M - 165 | 21M - 173 | 23M - 181
Weight: 1660g /ski - 157 | 1820g /ski - 165 | 1920g /ski - 173 | 2020g /ski - 181
Developed in conjunction with well-known rider Ahmet Dadali, the 2022 Volkl Revolt 95 is an incredibly multifaceted tool for younger riders. Its construction principle is designed around a directional shape that works for a wide range of jib-oriented riding situations. Its 21m radius is very versatile, and flex points in the tip and tail are ideal for buttering and tricks.