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Volkl V-Werks Katana Skis 2015

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Volkl V-Werks Katana Skis 2015
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Overview

Best Use: Powder skis have lots of rocker and max float in the pow

Powder skis have lots of rocker and max float in the pow

Width: Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

Wide - ideal for big mountain, off-trail and deep powder

Flex: Very Stiff - for the biggest, strongest, aggressive skier

Very Stiff - for the biggest, strongest, aggressive skier

Rocker Profile: Full Rocker for playful freestyle and powder skiing

Full Rocker for playful freestyle and powder skiing

 

The New Volkl V-Werks Katana is one ski that is built just like a Samurai sword that can cut through anything. Made from the popular Katana shape this V-Werks ski has a combination of wood, titanal, and carbon fiber, making it incredibly light, but unremarkably stable in any condition, and tends to ski better the faster you go. The Multi Layer Wood Core has carbon stringers that will give you plenty of spring and pop while keeping the ski ultra light. The Full Rocker Profile makes this weapon highly maneuverable in any condition. The tips will keep you floating, and the tails will keep you smearing, but for a ski of this size it slices down steep groomers, better than any other 110+ mm ski. If you want a ski that can attack the slopes, and slice through anything like powder, crud, groomers, even that sneaky ninja that keeps following you, the V-Werks Katana is the only choice.


  • Metal-Tex Hybrid Construction
  • Xtra-Light Wood Core
  • Mounting Plate Only Accommodates Marker Jester/Griffon Bindings

 

Skill Range: Advanced-Pro



Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use  All Mountain What Binding is Included?  N/A Binding DIN  N/A
Binding Weight Range  N/A Tip/Waist/Tail Widths  143/112/132 (@184cm) Tail Profile  Flared
Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length  25.8m (@184cm) Construction Type  Sidewall Core Material  Wood w/ Metal Laminate
Metal Layer  Yes Warranty  One Year Skill Range 
Model Year  2015 Model Number  114320.184 Product ID  318510
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2014 Volkl V Werks Katana Ski Review.
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Hi, this is Trey. Just got off of Volkl's V Werks Katana. This is the new one in the series of the V Werks skis, which mean they're the baddest skis, the best technology that they could come up with. I'm giving it 4 out of 5 stars. I think ...Read More
 
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2014 Volkl V Werks Katana Ski Review.
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Hey, this is Tyler here with the Volkl V Werks Katana, and for the right person I think it's a 5 out of 5 ski. You know, it's a great, all mountain ski, it's so light, you can really put it up to speed and you're not going to find much on a...Read More
 
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2014 Volkl V Werks Katana Ski Review.
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Hi, I'm Thom. I just got off of the Volkl Katana V Werks. I give this thing 5 out of 5. It's an incredibly unique ski with the full carbon lay up and the V Werks style, it weighs so much less than any other ski at this waist width, but it's...Read More
 
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Q: Sorry if recurring question - but wanting lighter bindings and no need for Walk function, I was thinking about the Salomon X16 Lab with 115mm brake. Would they fit the Katana V-Werks easily? (316mm sole).
Asked : Feb 11, 2015
By : Remi, Offpiste in the powder
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A: Yes, that binding will fit with the Katana. The Katana is 112mm underfoot so the binding width needs to cover that and the Salomon X16 Lab binding at 115mm will offer plenty of clearance. You will need to take your skis, bindings and boots to a certified technician and they will have no issue putting the entire package together for you.
Answered : Feb 13, 2015
By : Chris
Q: Hi, What length did Hunter and Thom test?
Asked : Dec 16, 2014
By : Paul, Calgary,AB
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A: Thom and Hunter tested the 184 length although they both said they would've actually preferred the ski in the 191 length if it had been available that day.
Answered : Dec 16, 2014
By : Chris
Q: I'm a big guy. I way 350lbs and I like skiing bumps. I haven't skied in several years but when I retired from the sport I was an expert skier. How well will this ski perform in the bumps? Is it predominately a powder ski? If it's rated a "stiff" ski then it's performance may not suit mogul skiing, correct?
Asked : Feb 20, 2014
By : Kirk, Philadelphia, PA
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A: The Volkl V-Werks Katana will be a fatter all mountain ski, and will be super stiff to provide you withe super quick response. While not being designed specifically for moguls it will be able to tackle all conditions, including bumps.
Answered : Feb 22, 2014
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: Just got these skis. Mounted them with Salomon STH 16's. Volkl recomends a marker binding but is the plate really not compatable with my Salomons? I will re-mount before I ski if I have to. But I love Salomon bindings and really dislike marker...
Asked : Jan 02, 2014
By : Brian, Park City, Utah
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A: Volkl recommends Marker bindings for two reasons. First and foremost, they are the same company and want to promote their bindings. Second, since the Katana V-Werks is such a unique construction and has such a limited mounting platform they will have only tested it with a Marker binding so it is the only binding they can guarantee will fit correctly at all sizes. With the mounting pattern of the Salomon STH2 16 WTR if you wear a size 29.5 boot or smaller you should be able to safely mount the STH2 16's. However, if any of the holes needed to be drilled within 1cm of the sides/edge of the mounting platform (shouldn't be) I would consider changing the bindings.
Answered : Jan 03, 2014
By : Thom, Product Specialist
Q: How much does it weigh? For those who want to tour on this, it's kind of a deciding factor.
Asked : Sep 25, 2013
By : Juice, Vail, CO
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A: Unfortunately the weight was not provided to us from Volkl, and we have not received the skis from them yet to be able to weigh them on our end. If you would like I can email you that information once we do receive them in however.
Answered : Sep 26, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
Q: what is the recommended binding for the katana v-werks? thx, dann
Asked : Aug 05, 2013
By : Freefall, Sandpoint, Idaho
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A: With a waist width of 112mm, you will want a binding with a brake width of 115mm to 120mm for an ideal fit on the Volkl V-Werks Katana.
Answered : Aug 06, 2013
By : Dru, Customer Care
 
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