2012 Volkl Gotama Ski DescriptionThese days it’s easier than ever to fall into the endless abyss of trying to build the perfect multi-ski quiver. The problem with having too many pairs of skis though? Well, nothing that I can think of... well, beyond that whole money thing of course.
Not everyone can build a collection of skis that would rival their favorite professional skier, and for most avid skiers, having even two or three pairs would be considered a dream come. So what's a skier lusting after a pair of seriously rockered pow skis to do when it comes time to buy a single pair of skis to that will perform well in almost any condition on any day? Fear not intrepid skier, Volkl has heard the your cries and has answered them with the 2012 Volkl Gotama!
The Volkl Gotama is a 100% rockered pow ski that comes in at 107mm underfoot, giving it plenty of float for you to surf and slash your favorite stash of fresh. Thanks to the genius's over at Volkl, the 2012 Gotama is perfectly content to dial it back and knock out turns on the groomers quicker than your first time in the sack (oh don’t act like that doesn’t include you). And don’t even worry about the chunder-crud and death cookies, thanks to ELP (Extended Low Profile) Rocker, Carbon reinforced wood core, and Torsion Box (CAP) Construction, you’ll laughing all the way to the bank as you bomb over that garbage. But the Gotamas ain’t made for no newbies, these sticks were designed for the skier who knows what they want and knows how to get it. With the skills needed to take this ski where it deserves to go, it’s playfulness under pressure will leave you grinning from ear to ear.
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2012 Volkl Gotama Ski Specifications
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