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Volkl Confession Ski

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    No need for parental advisory.

    While its name might bring back memories of your high school prom and those R&B jams from the early 2000s, the Volkl Confession Ski in fact speaks to a different kind of bumping and grinding—one that doesn't require a corsage or ill-fitting suit. Designed to sashay through powder and jibb off features as if the mountain was your dance floor, the Confession succeeds Volkl's iconic Shiro, eschewing the blunt-nosed tips for a more tapered tip and tail that charges hard and fast when you're looking to speed up from first to second base, err, hot laps.

    Moreover, the Confession boasts the same Titanal-laced structure that the Shiro was known for, meaning you're able to cruise through chop without having to worry about your planks suddenly ghosting like a bad prom date. And like any good chrome-infused love song, the Confession's rocker tip and tail, combined with camber underfoot, makes for sweet and smooth turn initiation that's backed up by tough, P-Tex 4500 bases. The multi-layer wood core consists of a dense ash beneath the bindings to increase screw retention, while the flexible poplar section assures a snappy, responsive feel so you don't have to compromise dexterity in favor of durability. 

    Now, an adaptive core is nice enough on its own, but without the Power Construction, the Confession ends up coming across like a pre-pubescent squeaker when you try to take it on the big boy mountains. The Power Construction utilizes vertical sidewalls and an internal torsion box setup that's akin to old racing skis, but ultimately provides grip, stability, and a smooth ride when tackling super-duper steep vert. So, for those of you who were worried about whether or not the Shiro replacement would step up to the plate, needless to say you can count on the Confession to deliver reliable stability and shock-absorbing performance. Though, we can't guarantee you won't be shocked by the auto-tune of the 2000s when you peep that R&B radio after reading this description.

    • A hard-charging freeride ski for big, powdery mountains
    • 116mm width waist floats over deep, soft snow
    • Rockered tip and tail ease turn initiation in powder
    • Multi-layer wood offers a responsive yet durable feel underfoot
    • Titanal band and carbon stringer enhance torsional rigidity
    • Full sidewall construction assures long-lasting durability
    • Item #VKL003O

    Tech Specs

    Length
    179 cm, 186 cm, 193 cm
    Dimensions
    144 / 117 / 133 mm
    Turn Radius
    [179cm] 21.2 m, [186cm] 23.8 m, [193cm] 26.5 m
    Profile
    rockered tip & tail, camber underfoot, moderate taper
    Construction
    sidewall
    Core
    Multi-Layer wood (poplar and ash), titanal band, carbon stringer
    Base
    P-Tex 4500
    Claimed Weight
    9.92 lbs
    Recommended Use
    powder

    Tech Specs

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