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Volkl Wall Skis

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Specs

Type: All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Camber
Construction: Hybrid, Tough Box
Core Material: Wood, Multi layer wood core with butter zones
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Volkl Wall Skis

These Volkl Wall Skis are intended for the hardcore freestyle skier who thinks 360s and backflips are all in a day's play. Volkl has put their 80-plus years of expertise into these pipe and park skis. The symmetrical sidecut makes riding switch a cinch. A full multi-layer Sensorwood core reduces weight while remaining smooth. The Power/Tough Box construction provides awesome stability and sensitivity. Put it all together and these Volkl Wall Skis can handle your heavy landings and keep coming back for more.

Key Features of the Volkl Wall Skis:
  • Power/tough construction
  • Multi layer wood core
  • Powered by carbon
  • Dimensions: 177cm/ 115/87/115

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Fun Ski
These Walls are a fun Lively ski. I think they are a great bet for someone looking for a slightly stiffer park ski, or for a heavier rider. I personally went with the bridges, due to the slightly larger waist. Still a fun ski for a great pric
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September 6, 2010
An excellent park ski
These skis slay in the park. Their extreme stiffness helps prevent washing out on big jumps, yet they are poppy enough for rails. Durability is excellent, and at the same time they are a lightweight ski
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July 5, 2010
"fun, ish"
I purchased a short version of this ski hoping to use it as my main mogul ski (instead of getting the Volkl Wall Mogul) and I must say that I haven't been overly impressed. The wood construction means that this ski can really hold an edge and turns on a dime but that's nothing to write home about these days... If I had to do it again I'd go for the longer ski (179cm) instead of the 169cm ski which I got and ultimately this probably isn't the ski I'd choose for skiing the bumps if that's what you're looking for. Good all-around ski although if that's what I was looking for I would probably be more tempted to opt for the Volkl Mantra which basically everyone seems to like.
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April 27, 2010

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what year are these?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2013
Best Answer: The Volkl Wall Skis are from the 2012 season.
Reply · Report · Matt GStaff on Dec 11, 2013
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I am looking for a good trick ski and bindings. I am roughly 200 pounds and around 5'8", have a couple in mind. Just looking for suggestions on skis and sizes?
A shopper on Nov 17, 2013
Best Answer: A like skis that, when stood up, fall between my nose and top of my head. My touring ski is a bit taller than I am. For Park you can go a bit smaller. 162-165cm would work well for you.
Check out our park skis here:
http://www.the-house.com/8979ffehp10zz-4frnt-skis.html

I recommend a binding that can be cranked up. For a skier of your size it should top out in DIN Range at 10-12. Check out our Bindings here:
http://www.the-house.com/ski-bindings-view-all.html
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