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I recently saw some pairs of Volkl walls in a 177 for 465$. I was only able to hold and flex them, but not ride them. They are very light and have a very stiff flex and are definitely fully cambered, which I like in a park ski. I went online and this seems like a good deal for a new pair of skis. I'm considering getting them for next season. Has anyone had a chance to properly ride these? If so could you share your experiences with things like swing weight, durability, flex, and how it rides in the park of jumps and rails. And who well it handles the rest of the mountain. (I also saw Line Blends, but nothing in my size was up front to hold, if anyone rode those to I'd like to know how well they work in powder and park as a one ski quiver.)
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Dont know much about them, but I do know they are super durable, and they are light. They are also skinny and decently stiff. Never heard a bad review about them too!
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I rode them for half of last season and I will say that they are a "classic" park ski.
Fully cambered but symmetrical gives you an awesome ability to ride switch as well as forward. I never thought that having a symetrical ski would make a huge difference until I rode those. Super durable, swing weight is about medium compared to armadas ar/50 and surfaces full sidewall.
I loved the ski and you will too.
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