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roharaThey're tough, almost never see warranties on K2 where I work
nhridaBraided constructions are some of the most durable on the market... no questions there. I've been skiing rails and jumps on poachers for 2 years with no issues.
*DOGFrom personal experience I would say they are pretty average, have seen some top sheet chipping in the past along with line but all in all they are pretty good quality skis, for being made in mass. Definetly better durability then line in my experience but if I was you i wouldn't be worried
Rehrig_55Okay thank you it's good to hear that they will last because the last ski I had only lasted one year before they delaminated
Mint2What skis did you have?
Rehrig_55I have 2018 K2 presses
Mint2I mean which skis did you have that delamed
chickenK2 skis have much more durable topsheets than they used to. It's much less likely to see massive chunks taken out of the top sheet. The skis themselves have always been pretty bomb proof. Only ever see tip/tail explosions from hitting stuff. Have never seen a ripped out binding or a mid ski snap.