Skiboards is a name for short skis with small radius, high quality (preferably wooden) core, elevated tips/tails and lenght between 60 - 120 cm. They are perfect for riding forwards, backwards, carving, but also to park jumps, boxes and rails. The wide skiboards can be used for freeriding in powder snow off piste.
These skiboards have the best features for all activities on a slope. New with 4x4 and Tyrolia (Head) PR bindings on Multiflex base.
At 16.5cm tip and tail and 13.7cm underfoot it is the widest board on the RVL8 roster and lives far beyond all expectations.
RVL8's Rockered Condor is the first skiboard designed specifically for powder riding. Whether it's deep powder or patches of chunk snow, you'll float like never before. Due to it's 13.7cm width underfoot the 'Rockered' and regular Condor models are recommended for aggressive, intermediate to advanced riders.
The 2017 RVL8 104cm Sticky Icky Icky skiboards takes its cues from last season's Spliff but is geared more toward riders who unfortunately are facing less powder in their skiboarding adventures.
The KTP's beefy width and extra set of rear inserts will take you far out into the powder and crud of any mountain.
The 2019 RVL8 Spliff represents the culmination of over 4 years of research and testing of rockered skiboards.
The 105cm Revolt is the ideal all mountain skiboard length bridging the gap between hyper-maneuverable sub 100cm old school boards and super stable, over 110cm, new school longboards.