The Völkl Three Skis laugh at your puny 105 mm "all mountain" skis, earthling. Sidecut? Bah, overrated. Step up to the bottomless powder plate with these new bad boyz and surf that 9% fresh like it's corduroy, no lie. Völkl was just getting warmed up with the One and the Two, there were people and places that demanded more - here it is.
ELP Full Rocker - Völkl matches the sidecut and flex of the ski perfectly to give it a smooth, gradual bend from tip to tail. This results in easy maneuverability in tight spaces and soft snow, but enables the skier to gain full edge contact when the ski is put on edge. Full Rocker skis have a slightly stiffer tip and softer mid-body to give you bomber stability, uncanny smoothness and easy turn initiation in one package.
Early Tapered Sidecut - Taper in the tip and tail allows the ski to steer in and out of the turn more easily in powder and gives you the freedom to choose any turn shape you wish.
They don't get much bigger or straighter than this . . .
Multi-Layer Wood Core - Völkl freeski models feature an all wood core that places denser ash in the binding mount area for greater retention and lighter and softer poplar elsewhere for suppleness and snap.
Tough Box Construction - Völkl protects the goods (in this case the Multi-Layer wood core) with a composite and fiberglass sheath for resiliance, durability and snap.
Power Construction - Conventional vertical sidewalls combined with a Torsion Box construction used in Völkl's freeskiing and race lines. Often combined with a Tough Box sheath in the freeski models.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
Ask your ski tech about the possibility of bending your brake arms to fit the 135 mm waist; most 130 mm brakes should work.
Volkl products can only be shipped within the U.S.