When guys like Nick Goepper want to go big, they reach for the Völkl Wall Skis and put their minds to rest. Full camber and famous Völkl Tough Box construction give the Wall the pop and power to push the limits as far as your skills can take you. Fully symmetrical and fully sideWALLed, the Wall features thicker edges and extra tough P-Tex 4500 bases for your long-term pleasure in the pipe and beyond.
Camber Sounds old school, but camber gives you the pop and power you need to go big.
Symmetrical Shape Fully symmetrical sidecut allows regular and switch riding with equal ease.
Multi-Layer Wood Core Völkl freeskiing models feature a multi-layer wood core that features two different densities of wood. In the binding attachment area, a dense, ash core is used, while in the rest of the ski, the core is poplar. The more dense wood creates more secure screw retention, preventing binding pull-out, and the soft, supple poplar section allows for resilience and snap. The flex pattern is tailored to each ski model, depending on the desired performance.
Tough Box Construction Völkl protects the goods (in this case the Multi Layer Wood Core) with a composite and fiberglass sheath for resilience, durability and snap.
We recommend a brake width equal to or at most 15 mm wider than the ski waist width.
|Tip Width (mm)||115||115||115||115|
|Waist Width (mm)||87||87||87||87|
|Tail Width (mm)||115||115||115||115|
|Turning Radius (m)||16.3||18.2||20.2||22.3|
|Indiv. Ski Weight (g)||2000|
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Comments about Volkl Wall Skis 2017:
I use the product (169cm) in both slopestyle training and slopestyle competitions. It's generally versatile when it comes to groomed terrain or hard pack. Sometimes, the Walls are advertised as Park & Pipe / All Mountain skis, however, they don't perform on powder or gnarlier terrain.
My first day out on my walls (@ Mont Tremblant, QC), I noticed that they rode switch nicely (as they are a symmetrical ski, with an equal width of 115mm on both tip and tail), and could conquer corduroy laps like a dream, as they would behave at up to about 120kph.
Overall, I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a ski that'll do anything in the park, as long as you don't mind filling your bases often.