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Vokl Bridge reveiws
Just orderes a pair. How are they?
RIP Sarah and CRJ
I rode the 11/12 for a week last year and I thought they were really solid.
They handled powder really well for all-mountain skis and the rocker gave some really sweet turning on piste even. Only con about the ski would be the weight, I found them to be pretty heavy which complicated their park ability, but then again I'm really green park.wise, so my judgement might not be the best.
skied last years bridge for a day up at stowe. I liked it, the full rocker profile makes it feel super short so i hope you ordered big. That being said super easy to turn, holds an edge really well, you'll have fun making turns on it. In my opinion, it felt pretty soft, when you tried to butter it and what not, but a really solid ski. O, best part about that ski, is gonna be how snappy it is. You made a really solid choice in ski! Enjoy!
"The beauty of nature is my religion" Jason Craig
Yeh, like people have said, solid ski. Did me well on and off piste, good ski for the alps that don't get ridiculous amounts of snow, didn't feel super comfortable using it in the park. Also I don't know why but when i was straight lining on it it I always felt a little out of control on this ski, maybe because of the lack of camber? Not really sure but never a problem I've had on other skis.
Brumski and Snowboard Society
Yeah, I rode them for a week and felt the same way. Coming from fully cambered AR7s, park felt a bit strange, on rails specifically.
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Thanks I'll be using them mostly for big mountain anyways
RIP Sarah and CRJ
they are a solid ski, they full complete rocker profile is strange at times. They are VERY stiff but make great turns
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