XTD Tip & Tail Rocker
Speedwall Multilayer Woodcore, poplar/beech 70/30
Base: P-Tex 4504
rMotion2 12 GW
rMotion2 16 GW
hard snow performance
all conditions performance
long turn dynamics
short turn agility
The Deacon 76 redefines the way you experience the slopes. This ski with a tip and tail rocker unites a competitive with a playful concept and allows you to ski long turns at top speed with maximum creativity. The 3D.Glass construction with Speedwall multilayer wood core, full Titanal and a P-Tex 4504 base is rounded off by a full sidewall. The UVO 3D absorbs vibrations to make for an incredibly smooth ride. With 76 mm under the boot, the Deacon 76 is available in three different lengths.
UVO is the first freely rotating, vibration damper to apply cutting-edge vibration dampening technology in order to minimize disruptive ski vibration.
The terrain below the ski inevitably generates vibrations, which in turn set the shovel into motion. This significantly disrupts the smoothness of the ski-ride, and makes it harder to hold an edge. The revolutionary UVO technology works against this, through proven dampening in the form of reduced vibrations in the horizontal and vertical directions as well as along the length of the ski.
3D.GLASS is Völkl’s development to furthermore improve overall ski performance and stability even in critical snow conditions.
Compared to classic glass constructions the three-dimensional and multiple-folded glass layers in the tip and in the tail area result in an increased edge grip and a more vivid rebound behavior in turns.
rMotion2 GW with significantly improved transfer of power and easier ski control.
The race-oriented rMotion2 GW is a complete system whose significantly lighter race plate ensures optimal flex and grip. The prime driver behind this is the 20% wider construction, which allows for significantly improved transfer of power and control. The Xcell toe piece eliminates fast, hard shocks and keeps the boot centered. The Twin Cam X heel mechanism also ensures great step-in comfort and stability.
Speedwall Multilayer Woodcore
The side wall is laminated to extremely stable layers of wood on the sides of the sandwich core. In combination with a...
The side wall is laminated to extremely stable layers of wood on the sides of the sandwich core. In combination with a more flexible, lighter wood built into the center of the sandwich core construction provides numerous advantages:
The hardwood part immediately adjacent to the sidewall effects a higher power transmission, improves the edge grip and supports the edge against external forces.
The low weight of the softwood part in the middle of the ski brings more agility and maneuverability and reduces overall ski weight. The combination of both wood types running through the entire ski length contributes to an optimal distribution of the ski stiffness increasing the steering precision.
It is the first and only sidewall/core technology intended for aggressive on-piste and racing use and capable of delivering the victory and defeat, even if it is measured in hundredths of seconds.
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