Völkl Mantra

Völkl Mantra
Category: All mountain
Level: Advanced
Brand: Völkl
Modelyear: 2016
Measure (Tip/Waist/Tail): 132/100/118 mm Turning radius: 23.70 m (177 cm)
Sizes: 170,177,184,191 cm
(Official information from Völkl)


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Jack Enevoldsen
Jack Enevoldsen (Guest)
17/02/2019
Strenghts:
Super lækker og stabil ski. Jo mere du presser skien jo mere glæde får du ud af skien. Bestemt min bedste ski til dato.

Weaknesses:
Ikke en ski for begyndere. Skien kræver god teknik og vil styres, ellers bliver den belastende og så er det den der styre dig.

Summary:
Bestemt en super god ski for øvede/eksperter der vil have fuld kontrol på hele bjerget under alle forhold, også når det går rigtig stærkt.

Model year: 2016
Riding style: Piste/Powder
Length on the ski: 177 cm
Riders weight: 75 kg
Riders length: 183 cm


wayne martinez
wayne martinez (Guest)
14/04/2008
Strenghts:
All mountain, all snow conditions versatility. Carves extremely well and floats across the crud. Wide enough for great powder days. Have tried several other skis including 2008/2009 mantras. I like these better. 94cm under foot lets you get from edge to edge faster.

Weaknesses:
Haven't found any yet

Summary:
Don't buy any you find on the internet till I get mine.

Model year: 2007
Riding style: All mountain but I don't do any big jumping, bad knees
Length on the ski: 170 cm
Riders weight: 127 kg
Riders length: 5 cm

Suku
Suku (Guest)
13/02/2019
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Strenghts:
Stable, love speed, plow everything in its path. Do not feel that there is an upper speed limit. Wonderful in Pist, run-up afternoon piste, ice.

Weaknesses:
Not so playful, or light-handed, heavy.

Summary:
Amazing skis if you stay in the piste and press with speed. Plowing everything in its path without being noticed, a real autobahn locomotive.

No skis to laze around in the park or in the woods as they are really stiff and a little plank for that purpose.
But brutal if you want to lie and squeeze pistes all day regardless of conditions on the slopes.

Model year: 2013
Riding style: Piste
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 112 kg
Riders length: 184 cm

maxenbraxen
28/12/2018
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Strenghts:
Really stable if you go fast in large, cutting turns and there is no danger that the edges let go. They feel a bit like slalom skis. It is also really great to whirl in loose snow, especially the models with full rocker.

Weaknesses:
They are not so comfortable to wrap and thus it becomes difficult to keep the speed down. Slad turns in slightly raised snow result in some shooting and hacking, especially for me who doesn't weigh much.

Summary:
The mantra is for you who go fast and aggressively. I have tested different models and the year models with full rocker are a bit more off-piste-oriented, while those with buckets under the feet are slightly sharper in the piste. All are however awesome all-mountain skis that perform on the whole mountain.

Model year: 2017
Riding style: Big turns in the piste, powder
Length on the ski: 177 cm
Riders weight: 64 kg
Riders length: 180 cm

Adrian
Adrian (Guest)
23/11/2018
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Strenghts:
Flow. Ice. Off-piste. Piste. Speed.

Weaknesses:
-

Summary:
Cruel on everything. There are occasions in dense forests, as they are a little clumpy / fat.

Model year: 2018
Riding style: Pist, pillows, slush, puckel.
Length on the ski: 118 cm
Riders weight: 24 kg
Riders length: 126 cm

Robert
Robert (Guest)
28/05/2018
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Strenghts:
Stable

Weaknesses:


Summary:
Have what I want

Model year: 2015
Riding style: Liftburen offpist
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 74 kg
Riders length: 177 cm

Erik skoglund
Erik skoglund (Guest)
01/12/2017
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Strenghts:
Superb at high speeds with big sweeping turns. Very good at the piste.

Weaknesses:
Slightly sloping from edge to edge, which makes it difficult in, for example, denser forests.

Summary:
A very stable and good skiing at higher speeds on large open spaces. On the other hand, lack of playfulness, because they are quite steady and heavy. A very good allmountain ski for those who like speed

Riding style: Ski / powder
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 72 kg
Riders length: 182 cm

Erisko819
01/12/2017
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Strenghts:
Super at high speeds with big sweeping turns in mean and hard surfaces. Very stable

Weaknesses:
Slightly slower from edge to edge, which makes it difficult in, for example, denser forests. A little too stiff for my taste

Summary:
Very good skiing at high speed. Hard in the woods. Weighs a lot and is a bit stiff. Trotts problems are the skiing that I like to get the days when it's piste skiing.

Riding style: Allmountain but more piste
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 72 kg
Riders length: 182 cm


A P
A P (Guest)
12/08/2015
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Strenghts:
Very speed-stable, probably the best ski in the brokig, steep and broken piste. The worse the surface, the better behave Mantran. Requires some muscles, techniques and pressures to get the most out of the skis, unless it is "flat" and some may experience it as fluttery. However, as a allround with the main focus on the piste it is outstanding.

Weaknesses:
No direct weaknesses (if so, it lies with the rider; P)

In pillows and deep snow it works ok but not more than that, does not feel like you get that real flow like with a pair of genuine pillows doors.

Summary:
Stable, fearless, rigid, aggressive

Model year: 2015
Riding style: Offpiste 20%, Piste 80%
Length on the ski: 184 cm
Riders weight: 85 kg
Riders length: 182 cm

godin63
21/04/2015 (Modified: 17/01/2016)
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Strenghts:
I have driven the Kendo 177 for three years. Got injured on a steel edge (driving too much stone) so now I wanted to try Mantra 177, Griffon binding, in Feb-March-April one week in Gastein, one in Åre, one in Ramundberget and in the home bakery and around a week , due to snow conditions, are mostly on hard and worn offpist and very little "cushions". If Kendon was a "slalomskid", Mantran is a "grand slalom". First impression: they were a bit shabby, NOW I like them: because they are so FARTSTABILA, because I can stand on and still feel TRYGG in the ride, can stand on the drop-down, the ride will not be so viscous, "flat light "does not work much, even in" puckelpist "under the chairlifts, they work for me, and as many others have mentioned in reviews, Mantran's qualities are seen as" stiffer ", the foundation is. Updates: January 2016 a week in St. Anton under Continuous snowfall, ie a lot of powder and powder forests, and they can handle the powder test very well.

Weaknesses:
Not optimal for turning in a really steep ice piste but that was not the point either. Then I should have left my Völkl Supersport six stars. Updates: January 2016 after a week in pillows, maybe not so turn around in a moderately steep, tight enrisbush square - or is it me ???

Summary:
+++++ Fartstabila

Model year: 2015
Riding style: offpiste 80% piste 20%
Length on the ski: 177 cm
Riders weight: 65 kg
Riders length: 175 cm