The guy that runs my local ski shop just offered me a pair of the new K2 Domains for $350. Chill guy. I ski alot of park but a decent amount of All mtn. (Ungroomed snow, glades) No pow though. Should I get them?
SKI THE EAST
I tail tapped a gaper who was standing on the knuckle yesterday. It was a nice firm smack right to the helmet, definitely the high point of my day.
well, then your only hope is to get full tilts, I hear they cure goggle bang.
i can get the 2011 for 250$... but nvm, they pretty much suck at all-mountain because of the rocker. they're very flexy so its really good for park but its not for groomers and thing like that. id take something else if i was you. ohh and how tall are you and how much do you weight?
You don't know how to ski if you can't handle these outside of the park.
Bromance Crew, since '08
Going from the line Masterminds to the Domain... Holy shit. I love the domains. Such a fun ski. Pretty flexy. I ski them for park and groomers and for pow less than 7" or so and they have been great. Depends on the type of ski you like i guess. All opinion.
"Hoodward at Compton.That's what it should be called with all these strict boundaries and rules."
-Camper at Woodward at Copper
I have the Domains and i think they handle pretty well outside the park. But i do agree that they dont hadnle aswell as a park ski with camber. I like to think im a pretty good "all-mountain" skier, but i find my domains to be a bit wishy washy under foot sometimes. Great in crud though!
i have domains and i ski alot of park but also the occasional trip to vermont for my all mountain fix. they are very playful skis overall, the only drawback i've noticed is that they kind of throw you around on moguls on account of the super flexy-ness and the lack of camber.
for that price though I would snag them without a doubt. You could always sell them if they don't work out as well for you.
also make sure you are an appropriate weight because i always notice the weight of them since I am kind of a lankier kid. (5'10" 140 lbs)