The Volkl Revolt 95 skis are a virtual chameleon of the ski industry. There are many skiers who should be on this thing that have never heard of it, and that's kind of a shame. They are extremely fun, lively, and playful, and although they are adept at park and pipe skiing, they're actually extremely proficient as all-mountain skis. If you've never tried a twin tip ski out, you're missing out. While they're more flexible due to a full wood core construction, they are stable and poised for pretty much any and all ski conditions. With a 95 mm waist, they're right there with other all-mountain ski shapes, and the twin tip design makes them more versatile and playful. When you're carving a turn, the tail will release when asked, not before or after, so skiers who are used to a strong carver will not be disappointed with the performance of the Volkl Revolt 95. Sometimes, skis don't get the attention they deserve, and the Revolt 95 is an excellent example of this. The Tough Box Construction and rocker/camber/rocker profile fall right in line with what all-mountain skiers actually want. Skis with two sheets of metal can be heavy and bulky and too demanding, while wood core skis can be stable and stout, but also fun and easygoing. Such is the case with the Volkl Revolt 95, and skiers from all over can enjoy the versatile and fun-loving nature of these skis.