Released January, 2009
The Pros:Great flex at the ends, move with the skier without needing to coax them. Enough stiffness in the mid-section to make them feel stable over rough patches. Work as all-mountain skis, can handle a variety of conditions.
The Cons:Some chatter on iced-up steeps when pushing too hard.
The Volkl Bridge skis were designed for more advanced skiers who want to “bridge” between big mountains and park riding. The shape was specifically engineered to be wide enough for the deep powder but has enough pop and resilience for even the toughest big-mountain tricks.
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The front of the ski is stiff which provides stability, the flex in the mid-body of the ski is medium. A softer tail allows for ease of turning on groomed trails and maneuverability in fresh snow. The multi-layer power core has ash in the binding area for secure screw retention to prevent binding pull-out and soft, poplar throughout the rest of the core to provide snap and pliability.
- Ability Level: Advanced/Expert
- All-Mountain Twin Tips
- For Both Big Mountain and Park Riding
- Length: 161/169/177/185
- Radius: 16.1/17.9/19.9/22.0
- Sidecut: 130-92-112
- Multi-Layer Wood Core with Butter Zones
- Tough Box Construction
- Requires Bindings with Brakes of at Least 90mm
- Available in One Design/Color
User Reviews (1)
great flex at the ends, move with the skier without needing to coax them
enough stiffness in the mid-section to make them feel stable over rough patches
work as all-mountain skis, can handle a variety of conditions
full twin tip makes switch riding easy, feel ready to carve both forwards and backwards
great pop for grabbing a little air off natural features or kickers
relatively forgiving, can be handled by beginners without wiping out
some chatter on iced-up steeps when pushing too hard
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