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The gateway to Shredsville.

No primitive plank, the Völkl Bridge Ski combines ample sidecut and full rocker—it slices through corduroy, and floats on pow. Link it up. Span the gap. Meet your destiny.

  • Extended Low Profile Full Rocker features a soft and even flex from tip to tail, which means maximum edge contact for carving and superior loft in pow
  • Multi Layer Sensorwood vertically laminates light, strong poplar and beech woods for maneuverability and strength
  • Power/Tough Box construction uses traditional vertical sidewalls and a wrapped torsion box for sure performance and a build as tough as the Tappan Zee
  • Powered by Carbon means carbon reinforcements between the core and base, high-speed bombs, and long life
  • A 95mm waist is multitalented, the perfect width for both carving high-speed groomers and ripping through crud
  • Wide-radius sidecut means stable high speeds

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3 5


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Well, I didn't like these skis that much. I'll be honest. I put a few hard days on them because I had heard some great reviews about this ski.
These skis are meant for a certain type of skier. I'm not saying that's bad, I just prefer something that charges a bit more. This ski has a tendency to not make the best decisions. It is quite damp on crud.
I put these on my feet with decently high expectations and got C+ performance out of them. I recommend doing your research with other all mountain skis with a waist near 100mm. If you like Volkl skis, enjoy a bit of park, a bit of pow, and shred the full rocker, you will love these.

5 5

Plenty fun, especially in the trees

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I live on east coast, but folks are out west in CO mtns so I try to visit them a couple times a season. Was looking for a pair of skis I could just leave out there and tried a slew of them, including Blizzard Cohise, Rossi S7, Nordica, etc and these Bridges were by far the best for me.

What do I like:
Wonderful in powder and especially in trees as they are very quick turning.
Can handle the groomers at speed with little chatter which is surprising for a dbl rockered skis - the others all chattered.
Surprisingly quick in the bumps for the size I'm on (187). BTW, I'm 6'2" about 165lbs and can pretty much ski anything and you'll usulaly find me on the dbl blacks.

Bottomline- really fun ski if you learn how to use them. Certainly not a racing ski, but that is not what I was looking for - I wanted fun, playful ski that would put a smile on my face on virtually any run. These deliver

3 5

Are those your skis? Both of them?

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I am in agreement with both James and Jordon on this ski. I too am a snowboarder turned skier and this was my first set. Like Ben, I am an EC skier and they really did help with my skiing. I went from french fry-pizza to landing a few 360's out in Steamboat in a month (played a lot of hockey). They are definitely not a lively ski due to the full rocker but boy can I get these bad boys charging! I am able to keep up with my friends who are all ex-racers and for a full rocker ski I am cruising in the trees. I am currently getting some fatter skis but don't have the heart to part with my Bridges just yet. Definitely a good EC/Resort ski, but no real "Wow" factor in my eyes. Giving the product a 3 star, deserve a 3 1/2.

Are those your skis? Both of them?
5 5

Excellent East Coast Ski!!!

I'm 30 now, been skiing 60-120 days a year. Started Skiing when I was 3-13years old & Snowboarding since I was 9 years old. I just skiing again this year after snowboarding for 21 years. This ski has brought me from beginner to expert in 40 days. You can ride it on the tips, tails, & center = Extremely forgiving. It's a great all Mt. Ski for the east coast, I ride trees, moguls, groomers, & powder (East Coast Powder = 6-18"). They do ride slightly short & they are extremely light. I have no problem loading the ski on groomers but it is not a stiff ski so it doesn't throw you aggressively into the next turn but it does aid you. I would go with something wider if I was rocking back-country in UT. I believe that Jordon's comment was a result of a improper mounting point, I'm at a +2 from the mounting point. Hope this helps & keep hucking!!!

3 5

for some not all

  • Gender: Male

I had the chance to ski this today from the shop with super high expectations. The bridge looked great on paper and was the ideal weapon (in my mind) for the day. the conditions were groomers that had been sun baked and the temp was rising so things slushed up a bit. The first few turns I was getting the ski dialed to see what kind of turn it liked and were it felt most comfortable speed wise. After a few turns I felt that i was missing something and that something was liveliness. They felt completely dead on my feet, there was no reward for a nice arking turn, no crisp finish, no pop to the next edge ( this is partially due to zero camber underfoot) but they still felt dead. To keep this review somewhat short I'll just cut to the chase and say I'm a bit of a stranger to the park but it was my last ditch effort to draw some fun out of these skis and thats where they delivered. I'm not the most graceful in the air but those things will get you up there and make it a blast to rocket off the lip of any jump. I believe this ski is more suited for a park skier as opposed to an all mountain quiver ski as i previously thought. I sure there is a market for this ski and there are a tone of skier that will love it but it just didn't fit my skiing.

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Well I feel silly for writing almost an identical review to yours. Well put!