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Volkl Kuro Skis

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Specs

Type:
  • Powder
Shape:
  • Twin Tip
  • Directional Twin
Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
Rocker Type:
  • Rocker
  • Vokl ELP Continuous Rocker
Construction:
  • Sandwich
  • Volkl Power Construction, Internal Torsion Box, Vertical Sidewall
Core Material:
  • Wood
Base:
  • Sintered
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: Volkl Kuro Skis

If you dig new and exciting equipment for your pastime, the Volkl Kuro Skis are right up your alley. The Sensorwood core lets you feel every bump and dip on the mountain and allows for optimal traction and usage on all types of snow. Even the freshest powder will not slow these babies down. The Power Construction also ensures that no matter how hard you push it, your Volkl Kuro Skis will never falter and break down.

Key Features of the Volkl Kuro Skis:
  • Sidecut: 164-132-139
  • Lengths: 175, 185, 195
  • Power Construction
  • Sensorwood Core
  • Tough Box
  • Powered by Carbon

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I got to play with my friends pair. These skis are absolutely amazing in the backcountry and powder. It feels like your flying and you are the only one on the mountain. If you got the money for pow pow skis, get these. They wont let you down
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June 3, 2010
epic ski!
These skis are simply amazing in the powder. They just charge through even the cut up stuff, no longer do you need to adjust your stance for powder - you can maintain your agressive piste skiing style and translate it onto these skis for the pow. Moreover, unlike some other powder skis that I've tried these won't kill you when you need to get back to the lift - in fact, they are quite fun even on the hard pack due to the traditional sidecut underfoot (still keep your all mountains though - this is definitely not a one quiver ski). A great buy for someone wanting to progress their powder skiing ability
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July 25, 2010

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what year are these skis?
A shopper on Nov 27, 2013
Best Answer: These are the 2010/2011 model. They are a great ski, hold well on most conditions, up to hard pack (not so much on ice). They can chatter a little on a hard stop on hard pack. They really hook up on packed powder, once you get the technique down (you can cut twin tracks about 2" deep). And it should go without saying that they are a wonderful powder ski. Enjoy!
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