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Volkl Group
Industry Sporting goods
Founded 1923
Headquarters Straubing, Germany
Key people
Georg Völkl, founder
Products Skis, Tennis rackets, Apparel, Accessories
Parent Jarden Corporation

Völkl (German pronunciation: ) is a sports equipment manufacturer based in Germany. It is a subsidiary of the Jarden Corporation. Initially it manufactured skis, but has extended its line to snowboards, outerwear, and tennis gear. The American branch is located in Lebanon, New Hampshire along with its wholly owned binding manufacturer, Marker.


  • Völkl skis 1
  • Völkl in professional tennis 2
  • Marker Volkl, USA 3
  • Völkl Racing Ski Team 4
  • Völkl Freeski Team 5
  • Tennis racket models 6
  • External links 7

Völkl skis

Since 1914, Völkl has manufactured skis in Straubing, Germany, a Bavarian town about one and a half hour's drive northeast of Munich. In the 1960s, Sears started distributing Völkl in North America under the Othmar Schneider and Sears brands. Though they recently built a state-of-the-art production facility in Straubing, the original factory is still in use as the Völkl World Logistics Center.

Völkl in professional tennis

Völkl tennis rackets were used by players such as Boris Becker, Michael Stich, Sergi Bruguera, and Petr Korda. The list of current players includes Stefanie Voegele, Liezel Huber, and many Senior and Junior players on tour. Volkl Tennis is no longer a part of Volkl Skis and the manufacturing takes place in an entirely different factory.

Marker Volkl, USA

Located in New Hampshire, Marker Volkl, USA is the importer and distributor of Völkl products in the United States, and a subsidiary of Völkl International. Jarden Action Sports owns both Marker Volkl, USA and Völkl International. K2 and LINE were acquired by the Jarden Corporation in 2007.

Völkl Racing Ski Team

Völkl Freeski Team

  • Ingrid Backstrom
  • Russ Henshaw
  • Ahmet Dadali
  • Andrea Binning
  • Ane Enderud
  • Caja Schöpf
  • Emilia Wint
  • Emma Dalhstrom
  • Grete Eliassen
  • Janina Kuzma
  • Jen Hudak
  • Jeremy Pancras
  • Markus Eder
  • Nick Goepper
  • Nico Zacek
  • Paddy Graham
  • Oscar Scherlin
  • Pekka Jyysalo
  • Sam Smoothy
  • Stian Hagen
  • Virginie Faivre
  • Thomas Dolpads
  • Matt Phillipi
  • Ted Davenport
  • Thomas Hlawitschka
  • Walter Wood
  • Matt Reardon
  • Per Jonsson
  • Warren Smith
  • Ian Mac Intosh
  • Flo Wieser
  • Tanner Rainville
  • Dash Longe
  • Ian McIntosh
  • Matt Philippe
  • Lyman Currier
  • Maddie Bowman
  • Sierra Quitiquit
  • Jess McMillan

Tennis racket models

  • Tour 10 V-Engine
  • Quantum 10
  • Quantum 10 Tour
  • DNX 1
  • DNX 2
  • DNX 3
  • DNX 4
  • DNX 7
  • DNX 8
  • DNX 10
  • C10 Pro
  • Organix
  • Team Speed

External links

  • Company website

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