Like skiing groomers, skiing groomers fast? Than the Volkl Deacon 84 may be your weapon of choice. The 84 mm waist coupled with a robust construction is ready to push the needle, as you jet down your favorite crusier. People go with the Volkl Deacon 84 because of the power it has and solid feeling it gives skiers. The Deacon 84 doesn’t feel like a noodle, it doesn’t feel like a ski that is easy to overturn, when skis overturn it feels like all they want to do is short turns. Skiing like a Volkl does but on a waist width that can tackle the majority of snow types you’d find when skiing groomers, from loose granular to hard pack and all the corn snow in between the Deacon 84 can hang. The RTM 84 with a bit of rocker in the tail will be fine in bumps and trees, will have no problem ripping a bowl, but it’s home is on the groomed terrain even as it gets chopped up towards the end of the day.
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