Born and bred for critical high speed descents down burly couloirs and World Cup boarder-cross courses. The Volkl Coal is race pedigree in a freeride shape. The Coal packs a stiff flex, large sidecut radius (10m on the 167!), carbon and aramid weave for stiffness, AVS gel and rubber integrated damping and a VRL sintered base (A Volkl snowboard piloted by Darren Powell with the VRL sintered base recently clocked 202km/h!). The Coal is a monster ready to be unleashed, just remember your cat-suite and life insurance! Ejector seat not included.
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Volkl’s green option! The Cashew has an 80% recycled base and hemp topsheet, but it’s not just the enviromental conscious construction that’ll have your mates green with envy. A rocker profile and the Powder Convex base will have you praying for the deep stuff. A technical all-mountain snowboard board with a medium to firm flex designed for advanced riders.
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A rocker profile and medium flex for forgiving landings and a buttery feel, the all new Volkl Squad oozes freestyle confidence. Add Horror-Shock Absorbers and Aramid to eliminate any unwanted chatter and Triax-Lite glass and Double Premium Carbon for uber pop and shedding any unwanted weight. Strap in and enjoy!
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The Squad series softened up for the lovely ladies out there. Triaxial glass and a rocker profile for buttery initiation into spins and slimmed tips and tails for minimising inertia mid-air. The Impress SQD packs all the features of the boys SQD series like carbon and Aramid weave for stability and pop and shock absorbes to take the lumps and bumps out of riding, in a board that advanced female riders will adore.
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Powder Heaven!!! A medium-firm flex, tapered shape, swallow tail with powder channel (for all the float of a swallow tail with the flexibility of a standard tail), aramid damping to eliminate chatter and a rocker profile just incase you needed any more float. Tweak the tail with a softer flex to help with rear foot steering in deeper snow and increase the sidecut radius for highpeed railing and you have the ultimate powder board… you had better start saving for that trip to Japan!
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A firm ride designed to equip experienced riders who need a board to ride at speed into big transitions onto fast unforgiving landings. The Volkl Spark provides tons of grip all over the mountain and a 2cm setback stance to add versatility in variable snow conditions. Volkl have thrown in Carbon stringers for bonkers pop and shock absorbers for a damp stable ride at speed.
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Jib-tastic! Utilising Volkl’s convex Slide Base which raises the edge above the base to eliminate any chance of a juicy hang-up. The Volkl Jibster also features soft triaxial glass for forgiving torsional flex and reinforced sidewalls to minimise the effects of stomping rails on your deck! Butter, press and slide your way around the park. Folks riding small local hills, local hand rails or indoor should include the Jibster on their shortlist.
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The Volkl Riot SQD has a forgiving Medium/Soft flex to help beginner to intermediate freestylers progress quickly is easy to initiate turns and agile on edge thanks to the short contact length and stable when running into kickers and charging pistes thanks to the integrated shock absorbers and carbon weave.
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The Vice SQD has all the features of the Squad series like a twin shape, triaxial glass, integrated damping and carbon for extra pop in a board that won’t make your wallet too light. Add a medium/firm flex for increased versatility.
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Volkl’s premier freestyle dominator. Easy to control regular and switch thanks to the Squad Twin-Tip Shape, fast & lively with a stiffer flex due to the triple Premium Carbon and Triax-Lite glass. The Ultra-Light Woodcore makes the Squad Prime significantly lighter than the majority of competitors and the Horror-Shock Absorber help stabalise the Squad Prime at high speed.
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