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Völkl Ski DEACON 7.2

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Völkl DEACON 7.2

Völkl Ski - DEACON 7.2 » The perfect ski for Beginners and Intermediates

Völkl DEACON 7.2
130 - 172 cm
Völkl DEACON 7.2
103 mm
74 mm
118 mm
Völkl DEACON 7.2
14.5 m
130, 137, 144, 151, 158, 165, 172 cm
118-74-103  mm (Front-Middle-Back) with a ski length 165 cm
A turn length of 14.5 m with a ski length of 165 cm
What is the right ski length?

Our ski finder software will find the right length of ski for you. As a guideline to find your optimal ski length for your ability, we first of all need to know your ability, weight, height, sex and age. Our ski finder will then calculate the right ski length for you based on these details. Naturally the final decision is yours and each person will have their own individual preferences and requirements for their optimum ski length.

Up to 30km/h
Novice on piste
Safely underway
Chest to shoulder

The shorter the ski, the easier it is to turn. The optimal length will be between the chest area and shoulders.

Ski instructor tip:A ski that is too short should not be chosen as you will lose stability and reliability while turning as you have a shorter edge grip.

Up to 50km/h
2 - 3 weeks on skis
Comfortable and moderate
Shoulder to chin

Intermediate skiers should choose a ski length between their shoulders and chin.

Ski instructor tip:If you are deciding between a choice 2 different lengths, then choose the longer one. All of our skis have Rocker systems! This means that the ski at the tip of the shovel is curved upwards. So in effect the ski is will act like a shorter ski. A ski with a rocker tip of 10 % is 10% shorter in turning length. This makes turns a lot easier but the ski will use the whole edge through the turn which increases stability.

Up to 70 km/h
More than 3 weeks of skiing
Enjoyment and comfort
Chin to nose

Experienced skiers can use a ski that comes up to their nose.

Ski instructor tip:Optimal ski length will also play a role in various snow conditions. If you are going on holiday between December and February then we recommend a longer ski as the pistes are more hard packed and sometimes icy. A longer ski will provide a longer edge grip and hence more stability. If you are skiing in March/April then we recommend a slightly shorter ski. When the snow is softer, you will need more energy to turn therefore a shorter ski is easier. You will also not be travelling as fast.

Up to 90km/h
Many weeks of skiing
Sporty & Fast
Nose to Forehead

Sporty skiers have power, endurance, condition, coordination and skills to choose any ski they choose. It is important to pick a ski that has good stability. Pay particular attention to the radius of the ski. Short radius are slalom skis. Long radius are giant slalom skis.

Ski instructor tip:It all depends on your skiing technique and the model of the ski. If you ski with short turns then choose a slalom ski. This ski length is generally shorter. Short codes for these skis are ST, SL and SC. If you prefer a longer turn then choose a giant slalom ski. These are longer and should reach the top of your head. You can ski faster and a longer edge grip in turns and more stability. Short codes for these skis are GS, LT, RS and RC.

Up to 130km/h
You have grown up with skiing
full gas all the way
From crown of the head and above

The race skier knows exactly what they want! Slalom skiers choose a short ski which is durable and agile but one that also explodes out of the turns. In comparison a giant slalom skier will choose longer ski with a smaller sidecut and a long radius. This is because a longer has more stability, reliability and smoothness at high speeds.

Ski instructor tip:Choose a designated race model. Stability and agilty are the most important factors.

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Völkl Ski - The perfect DEACON for beginners and intermediates

An easy going and popular ski. The perfect model for beginners and intermediates. Every turn works! The soft curve of the ski forgives any mistakes. Idea for moderate speeds. Recomended by ski schools!


Ski Voelkl Deacon 72 - Model 2024

Ski terrain:

Piste to All Mountain
Park & Pipe


Beginner to advanced

Your requirement:

Moderate to enjoyable
Full speed

Ski Character:

Good natured to challenging
Good natured


2.521 Kilogramm

at 165cm

Völkl Rocker-Ski Deacon 7.2

The new Völkl ski Deacon 7.2 is the ideal ski for beginner and intermediate skiers. The Deacon 7.2 has been tried and tested over the years and due to its popularity, is back in our range this winter. Note from the Saalbach-Hinterglemm Ski Hire. Customers who use this ski often want to purchase the ski after their week as they love it so much!

This ski is easy going

The Deacon 7.2 from Völkl is loved by men and women alike. Why? The answer is simple: the ski is easy to turn, is light and forgives mistakes easily. With the Völkl Deacon 7.2 beginners are presented with a perfect introduction into the world of skiing, and intermediate skiers quickly progress to the next level. Equally, for the skier who likes to go at a more leisurely pace, this is your ski!

A light ski

Further attributes of this Völkl ski are its stability and its lightweight nature! No one likes carrying their equipment to a lift over any distance! The Völkl ski really is a flyweight among skis: no sherpa needed!

Recommended by ski schools

Good to know: many ski instructors and ski schools recommend this ski as you progress quickly with it. The Völkl Deacon 7.2 is perfect for beginner and intermediate skiers and for those advanced skiers who like to ski at a more leisurely pace.

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