Product details: Völkl Deacon 80 LR + Lowride XL 13 FR D GW 22/23 Skis with bindings
Sporty and uncompromising - that applies exactly to the Deacon 80 from Völkl. Equipped with an extended tip & tail rocker and manufactured in 3D.Ridge construction with 3D.Glass coating and a 3-radius concept, the ski is a perfect all-rounder.
The multiple radii in the sidecut allow turns in a new dimension. The associated new LowRide XL binding with GripWalk option enables an even lower stance, which ensures a more direct driving experience and corresponding power transmission.
Nice details: The wood core of the ski comes from FSC-certified wood and Völkl manufactures the ski in Straubing (Germany).
• 3D. Ridge
• 3D. Glass
• Full Sidewall
• 3D Radius Seitenzug
• Glass Frame
• Binding System Lowride Xl
• Powered by Steel
• Base: P-Tex 2100
• Base structure: Zebra Structure
• iPT Wideride System
Direct and strong power transmission with full length sidewalls.
Central Woodcore Ridge with superslim wings to significantly reduce weight and swing weight and keep the stability where necessary.
Their 3D.Ridge technology - is probably the most extreme and effective construction technique that currently exists. It has become a symbol of VÖLKL lightweight construction.
The distinctive characteristic of this technology is a raised central ridge that sharply levels out towards the edges, both in front of and behind the binding. This reduces the inertial mass around the fulcrum to a minimum and significantly enhances the agility of the ski. At the same time, the center ridge allows for a precise dimensioning of the hardness distribution, which leads to an especially harmonious flex on the ski. Despite the weight savings, the 3D.Ridge ensures that there are no compromises in the ski‘s durability and elasticity.
3 RADIUS SIDECUT
Three radii in one ski for maximum turning & speed versatility in all mountain skiing
3D.GLASS is Völkl’s development to furthermore improve overall ski performance and stability even in critical snow conditions.
Compared to classic glass constructions the three-dimensional and multiple-folded glass layers in the tip and in the tail area result in an increased edge grip and a more vivid rebound behavior in turns.