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Volkl One Ski

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    A new type of one-ski quiver.

    Back in the day, a ski with a 116-millimeter waist was nothing but an idea. Gradually, it became a board for people who searched out the deepest days; times have changed, though, and while the Volkl One Ski has a fairly chunky waist, it also boasts a strong, durable poplar and ash wood core, torsion box wrap, and fiberglass reinforcements that add up to quickness, stability, and all-terrain power. The One is a soft-snow ski at heart, with a full rocker to let you slash and slarve giant, loose turns, but the Power/Tough Box construction keeps the ski stiff, so you can rail hardpack turns like you're on a much narrower plank.

    A large-radius sidecut means you'll be stable as a table, with none of the high-speed twitchiness that can sometimes plague rockered skis, and the vertical sidewalls make sure the ski doesn't twist or feel squirrely when you're putting it through its paces. The One's tapered tip and tail let you make smooth, catch-free turns in soft snow and on hardpack, too, so you can take it through perfect pow, windbuff, chunder, and hardpack without batting an eyelash.

    • Full rocker
    • Power/Tough Box construction (vertical sidewalls)
    • Multi-layer poplar and ash core
    • Fiberglass and composite sheath
    • Tapered tip and tail
    • Item #VKL002K

    Tech Specs

    Length
    156 cm, 166 cm, 176 cm, 186 cm
    Dimensions
    138 / 116 / 130 mm
    Turn Radius
    [156cm] 16.3 m, [166cm] 19.7 m, [176cm] 23.5 m, [186cm] 27.5 m
    Profile
    full rocker
    Construction
    Power / Tough Box
    Core
    multi-layer wood (poplar and ash)
    Tail
    rockered
    Recommended Use
    powder, freeskiing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    my favorite ski

      My favorite Volkl ski yet, super fun, light, and playfull ski. But one problem is the top sheet, it is very fragile and scrapes very easy I dont clip trees or ride rails and after about three days the sides were already scraping, I had this problem with my Shiros as well.

      Great Ski for my 16 Year-old Daughter

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      She's a petite, very capable skier, and was reluctant to step from her old Bad Apples to a real ski. She made a short jump onto the Sir Francis Bacon Shortie, but needed more. Finally stepped up to this little ski and had an unbelievable time on the mountain. Turned quick for her, handled the pow great and was dependable in the crud. She's only 115 lbs or so, bought a 160 and it has changed her skiing dramatically. Now I'm thinking about getting them for the old man...

      Ski that Looks for Fun

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Skied 3 times now once in 3 in. and 5 in. and 12 in. of powder and soft groomed
      Me 6' 1" 220 lbs, Average skier, ski length 186
      Mounted at the "0" Recommended Mark
      Feels like I could go to the +1 easily might be even a little better at that point.
      Great ski, very poppy feeling, quick from side to side, very easy ski to ski on very "forgiving", Pivots on the spot can do helicopter spins 360,s anywhere.
      You just turn your hips and knees and pivot smear your turns is what this ski is made for, If you like to carve down the hill buy something else although it holds its own but not a full blown carver, Floats well for a 220 lb heavy weight , some tip flap but cannot feel it.
      Other skies I own are the Rossi s7 , Rossi s3, and the Rossi,
      83 experience. Switched between the s7 and the One today and couldn't wait to get back on the One
      The Volkl One is by far the funnest ski hands down.


      What bindings would you recommend for the 186 Volkl Ones. Picked up a pair of 2015 model from you this summer. I'm 6'2" 175 lbs. Aggressive expert skier but mostly staying in bounds (Mammoth). Alpine boots. I'm a bit worried the Ones may be on the big/stiff side for my weight so looking for super responsive binding. Thank you!