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Volkl Wall Skis

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Volkl Wall Skis
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$299.89
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Sku#: 272737P
Overview

Best Use: Freestyle skis are often twin tips and ideal for the park

Freestyle skis are often twin tips and ideal for the park

Width: Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Medium - ideal for all-mountain, off-trail versatility

Rocker Profile:  Camber skis for strong edge hold for on-trail; no rocker

Camber skis for strong edge hold for on-trail; no rocker

 

The Wall has been Volkl's premier park and pipe ski for quite a few years now. The Wall has traditional camber that will give you lots of power and snap for rocketing out of the pipe, hitting the sweet spot on rails, and launching off the lip of a kicker. The Multi-Layer Sensorwood Core has vertically laminated poplar and beech wood for extra pop. The Power Tough Box Construction is the same that is used in all of the Volkl race skis, so you know that it is strong, powerful and will give you great edge grip so you can build your speed up the wall of a freshly cut pipe. The symmetrical shape gives you a low swing weight, and will only help you land and ski switch. The Wall from Volkl continues to show up on the podiums of the Dew Tour and X Games year after year. If you are looking for a park or pipe ski that has lots of spring and pop, the Volkl Wall is the stick for you.

 

Skill Range: Advanced-Expert


 

  • Traditionally Cambered
  • Power/Tough Box Construction
  • Powered By Carbon
  • Ultra Snappy
  • Symmetrical Shape

Specifications
Ski Gear Intended Use Freestyle Bindings Included No What Binding is Included? None
Binding DIN N/A Binding Weight Range N/A Tip/Waist/Tail Widths 115/87/115 (@177cm)
Tail Profile Twin Actual Turn Radius @ Specified Length 20.2m (@177cm) Construction Type Sidewall
Core Material Wood w/ Carbon Used No Metal Layer No
Warranty One Year Skill Range Model Year 2013
Model Number 112420.161 Product ID 272737   
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From : South Bend, IN
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PROS :
  • Equal Feel Front And Back
  • Edges Have Little Wear
CONS :
  • Top Plastic Easily Damage
  • Side Walls Easily Damaged
  • Strictly Park Pipe
  • Top Plastic Damage Easily
  • Super stiff
BEST USES :
  • Gigantic Jumps
  • Urban Rails

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Stiffest and least durable ski
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purchased to step up my game in the park. After my third day on the ski I collected numerous gouges in the top layer of the ski. Top layer of the ski has little durability. However the bottom of the ski and it's edges are the exact opposite, and are very durable. Has a remarkable feeling of control both forward and switch. This ski is strictly for the serious park and pipe skier and not intended to have fun anywhere else on the mountain. The wall is very stiff, simple butters are difficult and strenuous. If you are strictly a park rat then the wall is your ski. If you enjoy riding all the mountain though and can't afford both a park ski and an all mountain ski stay away from the volkl wall!
 
WAS THIS A GIFT? : 
  • No
 
BOTTOM LINE : 
  • No, I would not recommend this to a friend
 
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Q: Is the ski durable and is it stiff?
Asked : Jan 06, 2014
By : skierdude, United States
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A:The Wall is on the stiffer side of park skis. While I wouldn't call it stiff it certainly isn't your ultra buttery jib specific ski. If you want a solid all around park ski for jumps, pipe, and rails this is a great option and known as a very durable ski.
Answered : Jan 07, 2014
By : Thom, Product Specialist
 
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