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If new snow is a thing of the past, forget the bumpy bowls and ski groomers crazy-fast with the Volkl Unlimited AC30 Alpine Ski w/ Motion iPT Wideride 12.0 D Binding. Lose your hat while laying a straighter and faster line on frontside corduroy thanks to the AC30’s Extended Double Grip construction, which transfers power directly from your binding to the ski’s edge. The sidecut begs for big GS turns around imaginary gates, and the 124mm-wide shovel stays above the surface when you venture off into crud-land. A more forgiving extended wood core means shorter turns come easy in bumps or trees. The included Motion iPT Wideride binding has a DIN range of 3-12, is lightweight, and takes up less room on the ski which gives it greater overall flex and control.

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5 5

Volkl AC30

I skied demos for the last couple of years. Was not sure exactly what I wanted in a pair of skis. So many options and variations. I have skied 30+ years and although my days in the bumps are done, I still like to carve and wanted a ski I could push. I am 6' and 205lbs. Tried a range of skis from Blizzard, K2, Volkl and others (all good skis). Always favored the Volkl AC30 for its responsiveness, power and versatility. Finally broke down and bought a pair last week while in Stowe, VT and could not be happier. Skied them all week on vacation and they were great. There are great deals out there right now so, if you're on the fence, the AC30 will not disappoint.

4 5

ac30

I rented a pair of these in Feb. when I went to SLC. We skied Snowbird twice and Solitude once. Lots of soft snow. I ski mostly northern New England. And use an eight year old pair of Salomon crossmax 10's. The Volkls handled the conditions fine, and when I had the third day under my belt, and I was used to the sweet spot location turning was a breeze if not quite as quick as the Salomons. The better stability underfoot in deeper snow far outweighed any trade offs.
4-1/2 stars.

Unanswered Question

What was the first year that Volkl made...

What was the first year that Volkl made the AC30?
I see now that it's been replaced by the RTM80

Have a delima with three sets of skis at...

Have a delima with three sets of skis at pretty good prices at my local shop. Options are all Volkl's...AC20 at 170cm, AC20 at 177 cm and AC30 at 177 cm.

I have pretty good fundamentals, comfortable on steeps, love speed but also like quickness in turns, will ski all over the U.S. 5'9" and 170 pounds, prettly athletic and strong for my size. Which ski should I take if all are w/in price range?

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I'm debating the same models (AC20 v. aC30) and can tell you that they are EXTREMELY different skis!

The 30's aren't near as forgiving as the 20's and are very snappy out of turns (I'm 6' 1", 195lbs) and ski 170's aggressive (I'm good but you won't see me on any Warren Miller films)

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Go with the AC30....you won't be disapointed. It a powerful ski that wants to be skied hard. Ski hard , and you improve. In time you'll be a better skier because of it .If your a laid back skier that likes to sight-see on the way down the slope , take the AC20

5'8 and 180 lbs. what size ski do i...

5'8 and 180 lbs. what size ski do i need?

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That's about my size, and I ride 177. I blew a binding on my old Volkl Motions, so I'm here looking for a replacement. I loved those skis so much I'm not even looking at another ski.

Hi,

I am 6 feet tall and weight 187lbs....

Hi,

I am 6 feet tall and weight 187lbs. I am an advanced level skier with good technical skiils and strong. I don't do bumps but do pretty much everything else. I currently ski on Fischer AMC76 170 cm long. I am thinking on getting the 2010 or 2011 AC30 177cm long. Will I regret the increase in length?
Note: I enjoy short turns but also to carve long arcs at decent speed.

Thank you,
Raul.

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I am pretty close to you in size, and I think the 177 is the way to go. It is strong and stable and better at high speed than the 170 was for me. That being said I usually prefer 185ish skis

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Go with the AC30 in the 177cm .I am 5-8 and about the same weight. My 177s are like a gs ski , but a good skier will make them turn on a dime. These skis are FAST FAST FAST and Stable at the speed of light. Get them and you will develope "Perma Grin" That's a good thing. Volkl nailed it with the AC30, but Volkl has been on top of their game for a long time now. Shiny side up!

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I'm 5-8 190lbs
I was debating going to a 177cm Volkl AC30
I was worried that I was going too SHORT. I've been on 191cms for years , and the thought of going to a 177cm had me a little nervous. I contemplated the 184cm, but was talked into the 177s by a friend. It would have been nice to demo the skis first, but I didn't. I was worried that they wouldn't be stable at speed. WEll, I'm happy to say THEY ARE! I am now skiing faster than on any of my longer skis, and these things stay put . Stable Stable Stable and fast! Thank you Volkl, you did it again!
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