The Transfer 81 is the little brother of the Völkl park skis and the new best friend of people entering the park. Light and soft, yet also robust and reliable. With a cambered profile and directional side cut, it supports skiers dreaming of building their skills up to the pro level. The Alley is the perfect platform for progression: affordable price, sensational graphics, sporty performance and – most importantly – skiing fun from the get-go
For intermediate freestylers that want to progress their park skills
The directional sidecut provides you with a stable feel at higher speeds, ideal for hitting bigger features where speed is required.
The full camber shape has contact points that are always in the snow, this provides a consistent feel with control and direct response.
The medium-soft flex of the Transfer 81 is perfect for kicker riding, combined with the camber profile it will provide you with the control and confidence to hit everything.
The Transfer 81 has a full multi layer wood core and a sintered P-Tex 1100 base. The ski has cap construction for increased durability and ease of maintenance.
Marker Free Ten
With the Free Ten from Marker, you get many of the features from the adult bindings, which ensure you get legendary performance and reliability for lighter or younger riders. The stainless steel gliding anti-friction device, the same as the adults, provides the solid release regardless of whatever snow, grit or ice is under the boot. The Triple Pivot Light toepiece uses a horizontally mounted spring for the best elasticity and reliability when releasing in any direction of fall. The compact two heelpiece is light and consistent in its release. If you're looking for a binding for progressing freestylers or lighter riders, the Free Ten could just be the right option for you.
Pokud si zakoupíte zároveň lyže i vázání, můžeme vám vázání namontovat zdarma. Pro další informace se podívejte na stránku nejčastějších dotazů FAQ.
Prosíme, berte na vědomí, že vázání pro dospělé nemůže být kombinováno s lyžemi pro děti (a naopak).
As one of the longest standing giants in skiing, Völkl began producing high-performance products as early as 1928. They are one of the few remaining companies to still produce locally in their own factory in Germany, where high-tech innovation meets traditional craftsmanship. Working together with team riders, engineers, and dedicated craftsmen they are constantly pushing to sport forward.