Ontario this is the perfect ski fat ski. On the rare occasion we do get a dump
on the East coast this ski works super well and even would be great for
everyday groomers if you just ride one set of gear and don’t mind riding
something 105 underfoot. For the few times I get out west a year it’s more than
enough ski, especially coming off of an 85cm underfoot park skiis. I would
recommend this to anyone looking for Big Mountain ski that’s versatile in any
boasts the best of both worlds being rockered and cambered at the same
time(k2’s rocker/camber/rocker design). The ski performed extremely well in 2-3
feet of pow as well as cutting through the crud and chop as the hill gets
tracked out. Having a durable wood core gave the ski a relatively stiff
flexibility, which was killer when the snow was scarce and you get stuck on
some hardpack. With the progressive side-cut and camber underfoot it also
allows you to put them on edge and carve with claiming a turning radius of 24m.
As with most
K2 free-ride skis the graphics are pretty wild. They did ad a nice touch an
offered 3 separate colour options so you don’t look like everyone else on the
For about $750 cdn of course depending on where you buy them they ski is well worth the money. Barring you don't straight line them directly into a rock field at the end of the season they will last forever because the ski is bombproof.Also do yourself a favor and buy a set a Marker jesters and get a proper setup going!
They come inthree sizes and I tested 189cm, which at 20 lbs were super easy to handle.169, 179,189Measurements:138/105/125
So Far the
ski has held up great! I just took them out West where I wore them through the
ringer not only bouncing them off of rocks and trees but also hit up the park
taking them to rails. With K2’s Horizontal Die-Cut Design the ski’s integrity
held up great on impact to rails as well as some misguided landings.