A park ski that will push you to go bigger and further! The Transfer 85 is the kind of ski which is up for tackling any obstacle with its rider. The tip tail rocker lends this highly refined park ski enormous liveliness and agility. Its finely balanced jib zone and symmetrical side cut let ambitious skiers tackle try any trick as well as stylish runs.
For freestylers that want to progress their park skills on both jumps and jibs, get your tricks dialled in in no time.
The tip and tail rocker profile features a camber shape in the middle with rocker in the shovel and tail zones. This makes the ski turn friendly and allows for a stiffer flex setup.
With a medium flex, this ski is fit for all freestyle obstacles, with enough control to handle jumps and enough flex for jibbing.
The Transfer 85 has Völkl's signature high build quality. A full Multi Layer Wood Core give the ski a reliable and predictable feel and flex. The full vertical sidewalls guarantee solid edge hold and the high-quality sintered P-Tex 1100 base is fast.
Marker Squire Binding
There's a reason you see the Marker Squire in parks and on mountains around the world, the binding has proven low profile performance for park or freeriding. Featuring technologies such as a gliding stainless steel anti friction device, the Triple Pivot Light Toe and the Hollow Linkage Heel, you can be sure that the Squire delivers on reliability. What really surprises is the power transmission of the binding, despite their lighter weight the bindings can drive even wider skis. The Squire is perfect for ladies or younger, lighter riders getting into freeriding or freestyling.
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.