Volkl Deacon 76 Pro Ski

Volkl Deacon 76 Pro Ski
Volkl Deacon 76 Pro Ski
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Deacon 76 Pro Ski by Volkl
The Volkl Deacon 76 Pro Ski is designed to take on firm snow during those extended high pressure systems to ensure you can enjoy even the firmest days on hill. The 76mm waist is nimble enough to give you the quick edge-to-edge response that you need when you're hauling down steep cruisers, while the camber underfoot ensures plenty of edge control while helping you pop into your next turn. You'll also have a rockered tip and tail that sails through the variable snow conditions that can often occur when everyone's scrambling for the same sections of decent snow, giving you a solid ski for all of your on-piste adventures. Specific to the Deacon's Pro model is the Marker World Cup Piston Control interface. Designed to meet the needs of races and competition, this plate features an integrated hydraulic oil piston that drives power to your edges for ultimate response.

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