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Legends don't take it easy.

They say that hitting the wall is a bad thing, but they're probably scared of anything burlier than the bunny hill and could never dig the park-shredding power of the Volkl Wall Ski. With a fully symmetrical twin-tip shape, the Wall makes riding switch easier than riding the lift, and the traditional camber helps you hold an edge like your life depends on it, because you really don't want to go flying off that icy 60-foot table head first—no gnar points are awarded for a face-stomp. 

The ideal combination of power, strength, and weight is tough to dial in, but Volkl's figured out the formula with its multi-layer wood core and Tough Box construction. With ash underfoot for stiffness and binding retention, poplar in the tips and tails for pop, and a fiberglass and composite wrap, the Wall can rail turns at speed without sacrificing the playfulness and butterability that are so essential in good park ski, so you'll never have to tone down your game (at least until patrol catches you and clips your pass for being too dirty).

  • Traditional camber
  • Multi-Layer poplar and ash core
  • Tough Box fiberglass and composite wrap
  • Fully symmetrical twin tip

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Not very familiar with what to look for in a binding - I demo'd the Volkl Wall and really liked it, use it mostly in bumps, some park, some all mtn at higher speeds. I'm 155 lbs. I'm looking at the Marker Squire, as that is what the demos had. Comparing to others, it looks to be lightweight and not too wide on the brakes. Is this a good choice for me? Any others I should consider?