The Flair 76 is an easy handling, yet sportive ride for skiers looking to improve.
Its partial sidewall construction helps create a smooth ride with secure edge grip, and the Vmotion binding system gives the skier the perfect amount of power transmission along with GripWalk compatibility.
Alpine Tip Rocker – An early rise tip combined with traditional camber in the remainder of the ski. Provides smooth turn initiation regardless of conditions and confident edge hold on harder groomed conditions.
Soft and Forgiving Flex – Suitable for new skiers.
Progressive Technology features very slightly raised areas over the edge in the mid-body of the ski. Delivering sufficient stability while allowing effortless turn initiation. The soft-flexing tail facilitates drift at the end of turn, especially handy for beginners and intermediate skiers.
P-Tex 2100 Base
3Motion – Volkl engineers created 3Motion as an integral component of Progressive Technology. Where the rails are segmented to provide for a soft, even ski flex. The direct connection improves the transfer of power to the edges. The system allows the skier to initiate turns with even less effort.
- Terrain: All-Mountain
- Skis: With Bindings
- Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Rocker Type: Rocker/Camber
Turning Radius: Short
- Core/Laminates: Composite
- Tail Type: Flat
- DIN: Release Value Low: 3
- DIN / Release Value High: 10