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Back in your day, you used to ski on toothpicks, in leather boots, and uphill both ways; kids these days don't know how nice they have it with the Volkl Kids' Gotama Jr. Ski. It's been designed for junior freeriders who like skiing hard, surfing powder, and spending time in the trees—the Sensorwood beech and poplar core is light and snappy for lightweight shredders, while the full-rocker profile smooths out rough snow, floats in powder, and makes turn initiation a snap so your shredder's confidence stays sky-high.

When your young gunner picks up speed, the 80mm waist is enough to keep the skis stable, and the Power core (Volkl's longest-running construction) utilizes traditional vertical sidewalls and a torsion box internal layup for grip, stability, and a smooth ride. With all of these features, watch mini-you graduate to better-than-you. Just make sure they stay off your lawn.

  • Full rocker profile
  • Sensorwood beech and poplar core
  • Power construction
  • Vertical sidewalls
  • Twintip

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Groms love them

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the adult version of the ski and got the 118s and 128s for my kids. BTW - Love mine . With about 10 days on them they are very happy. These are the first rockered skis they've had. Before this they were on traditional cambered direction skis (composite). So there was an adjustment period... that is until the first dump. Once they got some fresh under them there was no looking back. They are Volks so they are characteristically 'stiff'. For my son on the 118s no issue, at 44lbs. he can flex a boot and a ski...soft or hardpack he rocks it. My daughter, on the 128s is 10lbs. heavier but not as an aggressive skier... On hard pack days I can see that the lack of pop from the lack of Camber took a little longer to get used to. In the end they are both shedding it. Both have directional cambered skis the same length and unless its all groomed/hardpack/crud they always choose their Gotamas.