The K2 Domain is unique these days, with its flat underfoot/rocker tip/tail profile. Where most manufacturers have taken their jib oriented models and added camber/stiffness to appeal to the masses, K2 have stuck to their guns and kept the same 100% jibby ski the same for some time now.
And as a result, the Domain is ski which polarizes opinion. People criticise a lack of energy, instability on jumps and it's bulk compared to the competition. But for me, it's a gem. There is nothing else out there that is as easy to butter, surface swap and yet still quick edge to edge . They are slightly heavier to hand than other park skis but I don't notice this at all when skiing them. The swingweight is low making and I find them plenty stable on all but the biggest jumps. I also love the damp flex of the Domain. It means you have to put more effort in to popping up on to rails but the ski is extremely predictable, relying on your own ollie for height rather than the pop of the ski, which is how I prefer things.And of course they are perfect for butters, presses and surface swaps.
The only downside is the extruded base which generally comes with the Domain's price point. It really is pretty slow and I've struggled for speed on occasion with these, especially in already slow conditions. It is however, durable, as are the edges and the whole ski holds up well in general, I've had a few pairs over the last 5 years and the base speed is the only issue I've had except a couple of lost rivets, easily replaced.
The reality is these are a niche ski, strange in a way for such a big company. But if you ski mostly rails, with a preference for pressing and butters, but still want a narrow ski for spinning fast, there is nothing better out there.
I have ridden with these skis for 1 full season and a couple of times of this season and I really like these skis. It is easy to do jibs since it has a jib rocker and it's kinda wide as well. The jibs are at their best when slope is kinda soft but not slushy, for slushy snow these skis are not the best since they are soft but you can work with them in the late spring too. Not really anything bad to say about these skis. I recommend to buy this pair if you are into jib style of skiing.
I got these off sale for 280 euros and the 280 euros are fully worth it!