The Valhalla series was from born the mind of Keri Herman after competing in slopestyle at X-games and the Olympics. As a result, she was after an extremely playful all mountain ski. Not only for fun, but for those who love a bit of style.
A partial twintip with a pin sidecut, it has quick manoeuvrability and turn initiation for tight trees. For a surfy feel, this ski has retained a Rocker - Camber - Rocker profile, but has a softened tip and tail. Its therefore got its playful and forgiving construction, on either side of a strong 4mm camber for underfoot control.
It has inspired many other RMU ski models which have come and gone. But, the Valhalla remains as one of our longest standing models squeezing every ounce of fun out of the terrain. Whether it's for surfing powder or slashing between some soft bumps.
Keri worked with 25 other women in RMU's home of Summit county, and took it on to design a playful ski that was versatile from top to bottom. It's won multiple awards and regarded as one of their best ever skis. Ridden by men and women alike from the park to backcountry adventures. Built for intermediate to advanced riders, the all mountain Valhalla is everyday fun.
You'll find Keri riding the Valhalla 97 in the park and any days on the groomers. When the snow falls, the Valhalla 107 surfs through every inch of snow with ease.
For more information on this ski, visit RMU's website.