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All-mountain, as in the best of the entire mountain.

Back in the day, a ski with a 116-millimeter waist was a pow-only fat ski for people who lived in the Pacific Northwest or the Rockies. But times have changed, and while the Volkl One Ski has a fairly chunky waist, it also boasts a strong, durable poplar and beech full wood core, torsion box wrap, and carbon reinforcement that add up to quickness, stability, and all-terrain power. A large-radius sidecut means you can rocket down the mountainside; and the full rocker profile still stays afloat in the deepest snow. It's the new breed of big-mountain all-mountain ski, and the One's measurements put it squarely in the middle of Vokl's line of freeskiing weapons.

  • Full rocker profile
  • Power/Tough Box construction
  • Vertical sidewalls and internal torsion box
  • Multi-layer Sensorwood vertically laminated poplar and beech core
  • Powered by Carbon reinforcement

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Has anyone put tele bindings on these? How...

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Has anyone put tele bindings on these? How was it?

5 5

fun time

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

i blasted these skis in the french alpes for a couple month this season. shredded everything i came across .obviously not the best ski in the world for groomies but handle well when the conditions weren't on.they make up big make up time as soon as you find your little powder pocket. quick nimble alot of fun. just sit back and let that rocker do the work . Would be an insane ski for the season pro to the first time powder skiers. must have .

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5 5

Daily Driver

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This ski is simply fun! You can carve trenches is you know how to carve. It will float very well in pow. It will slarve, smear, pivot and just about anything without effort. This is just an easy ski to ski. I've been skiing about 46 years and currently own about 5 pairs of skis all less than 4 years old. Ski gear junkie? Yes. I've also skied over 100 days a year for the last 7 seasons. The best thing I can say about this ski is that all my others have not been used much since I bought these at the beginning of the season. I probably have about 70+ days on them so far this season. This is really the "one" ski for out west in my opinion. I'm 5'10" and 175 lbs and the 186 ski is perfect for this old man.

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Awesome review. Nothing wrong with being a gear freak!!

any suggestions on sizing? I'm 5'6'' and...

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any suggestions on sizing? I'm 5'6'' and 160 lb. Only 2 seasons under my belt but at least 150 days altogether about a third in the backcountry so I would say I'm an intermediate skier. However, I still have much to learn, so I would like to buy something I could "grow in to" or so to speak. My current skies are 176 so I'm looking to get the same length or 186. Any opinions?

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Hey there! At 5'6'', 160lb 176cm is still the best way to go. Unless you plan to grow 4-5 inches over the next season or so, 176 is going to be the best size for you to shred. 186 is just going to a bit a bit too much to handle for awhile, you'll have a lot more fun on a 176. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask for Trevor J. on live chat.

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I agree with Trevor. 176 will remain playful and a lot more nimble and forgiving than the 186cm.


5 5

Fun and Easy ski

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

This is a bit of an outside the box review, but it supports BC's claim that this is more than a big powder ski - which it clearly is. My wife has actually made this her everyday ski in Utah. Interestingly, she is not a "charger", but she is a solid expert skier who loves powder, but spends a lot of time on the groomers with our 6 year old daughter. She feels the ski is just super easy to ski, and you can kind of choose your style for the day (they carve, they skid and smear, and obviously work great in the powder). She feels the weight, but remains amazed at how easy it is to ski. I ski the Two as well, and really like that ski, so based on that and my wife's feedback, it is hard not to recommend this ski. She is 5'7" and a wispy 110, and skis the 166cm.

4 5

BIG ski

Big mountain powder ski. Has the same cut as the armada JJ. They are owned by the same company. Nice ski

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Armada is independently owned, and the One actually has a very different sidecut that the JJ, it is straighter with a longer turning radius.

5 5

Versatile, easy and fun

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The One is an extremely versatile and fun ski. The rocker and tapered nose make for easy maneuvering. At 116 under foot its a perfect pow ski but not too big to take to the trees or groomers.