The 2024 Volkl Revolt 104, an all-mountain ski. A review of Volkl's ultimate all-mountain park ski, plus weight and full specs.
The Völkl Revolt 104 was one of the skis at our test that you wouldn't technically categorize as a park ski but our testers loved them in the park. Sure they have plenty of all-mountain chops too but the loose feel thanks to the long rocker profile makes these a monster for slashing and playing with lips on hard snow. They are stiff enough to hold up on jumps but definitely more of a playful park and all-mountain ski. If you do a bit of everything and only want one ski, these could be a great option for that too.
"A near-full rocker profile and a damp flex make them really good in mixed conditions. The tapered shape borrowed from the wider Revolt 121 goes sideways in the pow we did get to ski smoothly. They rail on groomers when you throw them on edge, but they do take a little longer to engage thanks to the full rocker. But they also pivot super smoothly, slash well and still feel stable on landings/when you get back seat." - @Twig
"Perfect, perfect all mountain freestyle ski! It’s not too heavy, not too light and not too soft, not too stiff so you can drive the ski and not the other way around. Easy to get on and off rails." - Abby Laviolette
Sizes: 172, 180, 188cm
Dimensions: 132 - 104 - 122mm
Radius: Triple Radius: 24m, 19m, 22m @ 180
Weight: 2030g @ 180 cm
Profile: Tip & Tail Rocker
Here comes the next cooperation between head engineeer Lucas Romain and the Volkl freestyle pro team. Again hours, days and months of testing preceded the creation of the final design. Covered in mythical creatures and spirit animals comes this tip & tail rocker ski with Full Sidewall, 3D Radius Sidecut and a durable P-Tex 2100 base.
"...Whether jibbing or in the backcountry, the Revolt is extremely versatile and simply a whole lot of fun no matter where it is used. The graphics are also superb and never get boring, because you discover new things over and over again,” says Paddy Graham