The release of the new M6 Mantra might be catching all the press this year, but don’t be fooled–the release of an updated Racetiger is a big deal.

Keeping in step with Völkl’s trend of expanding the accessibility of their most legendary skis, the Master series Racetiger emulates many of the qualities of a world-cup ski but translates this to daily resort use.

With a little more flex underfoot than seen in previous versions, you can make high-speed GS turns down the hill without being a world class skier.

The Racetiger is still a demanding ski, but now features a less aggressive learning curve that won’t impact performance. With two full titanal sheets, dampening carbon tips, an ash core, and race-grade Marker Piston Plate for mounting your bindings–it’s Völkl showing what they do best.

Skiers seeking for the fastest “street legal” ski out there should look no further than the “beast of the piste”, the Racetiger.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.1

Reasons to buy:

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    Still the same Racetiger, more accessible but untamed
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    As close to an FIS ski as you can get
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    Völkl’s pride and joy built with quality to match

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markStill a very demanding ski
  • check-markVery limited by their concept

Where to buy:

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Racetiger GS Masters

Specs & Features

  • Precision Carbon Tips
  • 3D Glass build for rebound and edge control
  • Ash Woodcore
  • Tip Rocker
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Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

4.1

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    Still the same Racetiger, more accessible but untamed
  • check-mark
    As close to an FIS ski as you can get
  • check-mark
    Völkl’s pride and joy built with quality to match

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markStill a very demanding ski
  • check-markVery limited by their concept

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