The Volkl Bridge is a great ski for the progressive rider who is looking for an all mountain twin that can charge in the pow, rip up the park, and slash a groomer at break neck speed. The full rocker profile will keep you floating on top of the fresh stuff, turn quicker on the hard stuff, and pivot effortlessly on the in between stuff. The Multi-Layer Sensorwood core has vertically laminated poplar and beech wood for a mix between a very lively ski when you want it to be, and have a damp and powerful feel when you really get after it. At 95 mm in the waist you have the perfect width to go anywhere anytime on the trail or off. The Power/Tough Box Construction is the very same used by Volkl in all of its race skis, so you dont need to be worried about stability when you feel like pushing your comfort zone or speed limit with the Bridge clamped on your feet. If you are looking for a playful ski that one day can slay it in the pow, jib your way through the park, then ski with grandma the next then the Volkl Bridge will be the ski for you.
Kyle here with the Volkl Bridge. I absolutely love this ski, again, for like the third year in a row. This is one of my favorite all mountain to park skis. Yeah, if you're that guy that's looking to rip all over the mountain and kind of getting into the park and hop switch here and there, this is the ski for you. Intermediate to expert, go for it. 5 out of 5.
Hi, I'm Steve. I just got off the Volkl Bridge. I give this ski a 4 out of 5 stars. It's a great ski for an all mountain, park ski. You can ride the groomers, a little back country, then hop right in the park, hit some jumps, it's a little bit more flex, gives you a lot of great pop. Handles long turns perfectly, not the best at holding an edge at super high speeds and short turns, but overall, if you just want to bounce in and out of the park and ride all day, this is the ski for you, if your/for an advanced rider. Again, 4 out of 5 stars.
Hi, I'm Thom. I just got off the Volkl Bridge. This guy gets a 5 out of 5. Year in, year out, this continues to be one of my absolute favorites. Just a super, super playful, all mountain ski. It's wide enough that you can take if off piste, slay some crud, slay some powder, but it's also super nimble for hard pack. You can take it in the park. It's really a true, 'this ski does everything,' type ski. Great for any body really from an intermediate all the way through a high level advanced skier, that's looking for something playful, a little bit forgiving, but still powerful and just a good, solid, all mountain ripper.
Hey, this is Tyler and I just got off the Volkl Bridge and I give them a 5 out of 5. I really love this ski. Very versatile ski anywhere from all mountain skiing, you can do some park stuff with it, and some freestyle stuff. It's a great all mountain ski in itself and really holds a nice edge, and I think it's you know anyone that's trying to do basically anything all mountain or even freestyle, I think you'll find everything you need in this ski.
Hi, I'm Mike. I just got done skiing the Volkl Bridge. I'm going to give this ski a 3 out of 5 stars. I felt every single bump as I was skiing, something that I did not particularly care for. This is geared as an all mountain, park ski, so I think it would be better for the rider that's more into the park than the all mountain. At higher speeds, it tended to be a little shaky with the long radius turns. Medium radius turns seemed to be its sweet spot. So, if you're kind of a guy that spends more time in the park, but also wants to make some, you know, turns on front side, I think this ski would be good for you. Again, Volkl Bridge, I give this a 3 out of 5 stars.
Hi, it's Hunter here with the Volkl Bridge. This is a 5 star ski, if we had more stars, I'd give it more stars. This ski is for fun, and by that I mean if you ski on the East Coast, and you want a fun twin, it's worth checking out. If you ski all mountain West Coast, and you want a fun twin, it's worth checking out. If you spend most of your time in the park, it's got a subtle tip and tail rocker, it doesn't catch an edge. If you ski on the front side, I push the ski in a GS turn as hard as I could, held like no one's business. Great ski, great fun, all around, I can't say enough about it.