Volkl One Ski - Women's

Volkl One Ski - Women's
$421.85 $649.00 35% off
One Ski - Women's by Volkl
Price subject to change | SKU: VKL003Z

Volkl One Ski - Women's

Charging hard, well it's not a gender thing. It's a powder-loving, sweeping turns, and endless hoots-and-hollers kind of thing. So when push comes to shove, reach for the Volkl One Women's Ski: a powder-hounding, big-mountain devouring tool that can hold its own just about anywhere on the mountain. The One checks in with a 116mm waist that's plenty wide enough to slay all but the snorkeliest powder days, and has a 23. 5m turning radius in the 176cm version, so you can really open it up on big, fast faces. Not to mention, the One is fully rockered too, so you'll be able to slide, smear, and surf turns through all the deep stuff, while the tapered tip eases turn initiation and makes it easier to throw your skis sideways for permagrin-inducing powerslides and giant slash turns. Now, don't let all this powder fun make you forget that the One is still a Volkl, after all, which means tough construction and surprising frontside abilities. Like most of Volkl's freeride skis, the One has a multi-layer wood core, with ash underfoot to provide stiffness and binding retention, and poplar in the tip and tail for a lively, buttery-smooth ride and low weight. The Power Tough Box torsion-box construction provides plenty of strength when you're torquing the ski into high-G turns. Additionally, the fiberglass-and-composite laminate provides just-enough strength to charge and stomp without making the One feel like you're a straight-lining two-by-four.

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