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$467.50 at evo.com

Do you hear it? That drum beat building slowly, that guitar riff wafting in like the aroma of a pie from the kitchen, suddenly it ...hits you in all its melodic glory. Like a Rave Green Metal Eagle with American Flags for wings and flames for eye balls, you are charging down the backside at 60 miles an hour - tongue out, no goggles, shirtless. All because your K2 Pinnacle 130 Ski Boots enabled you, with their stiff charge-ready 130 flex, and walk mode to get you up the mountain faster than an over-caffeinated Usain Bolt. Reinforced with a PowerFuse SpYne and Synchro Interlock you have boots powerful and capable enough to conquer any foe be his name Everest or Yeti. Read More

K2
K2
$412.50 at evo.com

Wide footed all-mountain skiers looking for a mid-stiff walk mode boot can breathe a sigh of relief, the K2 Pinnacle 110 HV Ski Bo...ots are set to hit the beach soon. All the power, precision and versatile comfort of K2's Pinnacle series lies literally at your feet with this 102 mm lasted boot, coming at you with K2's unique PowerFuse SpYne, Synchro Interlock, and a thermo-moldable Intuition LuxFit Liner. Outstanding! Read More

K2
K2
$357.50 at evo.com

You asked for it, and K2 has delivered. The K2 Minaret 80 Ski Boots are essentially a Spyre 80 with a walk mode dropped into the b...ack of the cuff. Less of a touring boot than a supreme comfort boot, with the new Intuition CushFit Tour liner you'll find yourself able to hit the ski area hard all day and not even bother to take your boots off for a few apres beers and maybe even a little dancing, they're that foot friendly. Read More

K2
K2
$275.00 at evo.com

The K2 Women's Spyre 80 Ski Boot will have you turning down blacks in no time. This fantastic intermediate boot has all the comfor...t and technology to take you to the next level. A CushFit Intuition Liner combines EVA with Intuition's patented foam for war Read More

K2
K2
$357.50 at evo.com

K2's most popular model among advanced and expert level freeriders, the K2 SpYne 110 Ski Boots now come in three different lasts -... this is the 100 mm version, best suited to skiers with average width and average volume feet. The perfect flex for those who spend more and more of their time away from hard groomers and more time exploring the steep and deep, the SpYne 110 features an Intuition LuxFit liner, rivet-less PowerFuse SpYne construction, dual cuff alignment and a wide 45 mm power strap. Just a few runs will convince you that the SpYne 110 is the perfect blend of power, precision and all-day comfort. Read More

K2
K2
$412.50 at evo.com

K2's Pinnacle 110 Ski Boot has high performance with a stiff but more manageable flex. The Luxfit Tour Intuition Liner has key hin...ge points for improved walking and skiing movement. A multiple last option allows for the right fit for different foot shapes Read More

K2
K2
$467.50 at evo.com

The K2 Pinnacle 130 has the performance of K2's hard-charging all-mountain ski boot, with all the features and technology that mak...e it a premium freeride touring ski boot. Reinforced by the PowerFuse SpYne, the Synchro Interlock delivers a true 130 flex and uncompromised downhill performance, with increased fore and aft range of motion for efficient touring during walk mode. Add Integrated Tech Fittings,a 100mm and 97 low volume last, replaceable DIN-compatible outsoles that accommodate all bindings, the K2 PowerBuckle, and the PrecisionFit Tour INTUITION liner and you have the ultimate freeride boot. Synchro Interlock, PowerFuse SpYne. Replaceable DIN-compatible Outsoles, Integrated Tech Fittings. Padded Mid-Grip, 45mm K2 PowerBuckle, Dual Cuff Alignment. K2 has shocked the industry with this superior boot and recreated a name for themselves in the backcountry world. Get the best for the backcountry with comfort, downhill performance and uphill capabilities - the K2 Pinnacle ski touring boot has it all, and then some!. Last Width: 97mm. Sizes: 25.5, 26.5, 27.5, 28.5, 29.5, 30.5 Read More

K2
K2
$467.50 at evo.com

The K2 Pinnacle 130 has the performance of K2's hard-charging all-mountain ski boot, with all the features and technology that mak...e it a premium freeride touring ski boot. Reinforced by the PowerFuse SpYne, the Synchro Interlock delivers a true 130 flex and uncompromised downhill performance, with increased fore and aft range of motion for efficient touring during walk mode. Add Integrated Tech Fittings,a 100mm and 97 low volume last, replaceable DIN-compatible outsoles that accommodate all bindings, the K2 PowerBuckle, and the PrecisionFit Tour INTUITION liner and you have the ultimate freeride boot. Synchro Interlock. PowerFuse SpYne. Replaceable DIN-compatible Outsoles. Padded Mid-Grip. 45mm K2 PowerBuckle. Integrated Tech Fittings. Dual Cuff Alignment. Get the best for the backcountry with comfort, downhill performance and uphill capabilities - the K2 Pinnacle ski touring boot has it all, and then some. Sizes: 25.5, 26.5, 27.5, 28.5, 29.5, 30.5 Read More

K2
K2
$412.50 at evo.com

The K2 Minaret 100 Ski Boots are the leadoff hitters in K2's new line of women's freeride collection, and they're an up-and-coming... star. With a moderately stiff 100 flex, Syncro Interlock walk mode, and versatile 100 mm last, the Minaret 100 will knock 'em dead on the piste or outside the backcountry gates. A LuxFit Tour Intuition liner means you can heat mold these boots for the perfect custom fit, and replaceable tech-compatible soles allows you to take your pick of either alpine, frame alpine touring, or tech bindings. How sweet is that? Read More

K2
K2
$412.50 at evo.com

The Minaret 100 is made for the expert skier who demands confident downhill performance and an efficient walk mode for hikes and t...rips around the lodge. Read More

K2
K2
$412.50 at evo.com

Designed for the expert level woman skier who's over the discomfort of plug race boots but wants a package that combines precision... with all-mountain comfort; the K2 SpYre 110 Ski Boots deliver the goods. A women's specific last and cuff design fits female lower legs and feet perfectly, and a low volume 97 mm last makes certain your every intention is transferred to your skis. An Intuition PrecisionFit liner combines traditional EVA foam in the cuff area for better response with Intuition foam in the lower for full heat moldable customization. This boot is more than the sum of its parts - slip your feet into a pair of the K2 SpYre 110's and watch your game elevate! Read More

K2
K2
$440.00 at evo.com

When K2 launched its boot program last year, the SpYne 130 was met with an almost immediate thumbs up from industry veterans and e...xpert freeriders - all it took was a few runs on the boots to convince them. But skiers with wider, high volume feet were still left out in the cold. Now they've rectified that problem with the 2015 introduction of the K2 SpYne 130 HV Ski Boots, a 102 mm lasted version that gives up nothing in terms of performance, still featuring the rivet-less PowerFuse SpYne, Energy Interlock, and a super secure cinch lock power strap. Bigfoot chargers rejoice, this is your shoe and you know it. Read More

K2
K2
$467.50 at evo.com

Do you hear it? That drum beat building slowly, that guitar riff wafting in like the aroma of a pie from the kitchen, suddenly it ...hits you in all its melodic glory. Like a Rave Green Metal Eagle with American Flags for wings and flames for eye balls, you are charging down the backside at 60 miles an hour - tongue out, no goggles, shirtless. All because your K2 Pinnacle 130 Ski Boots enabled you, with their stiff charge-ready 130 flex, and walk mode to get you up the mountain faster than an over-caffeinated Usain Bolt. Reinforced with a PowerFuse SpYne and Synchro Interlock you have boots powerful and capable enough to conquer any foe be his name Everest or Yeti. Read More

K2
K2
$434.96 at evo.com

The supercharged K2 AMP 80XTi Skis take the ultra-versatile 80X chassis and adds a metal laminate for additional power and stabili...ty at speed. K2's all-terrain rocker and baseline 2.0 combine for the ideal ski shape and design for almost all frontside adventures. Skiers that enjoy high speed carving, bumps, tree skiing and dips into softer snow will appreciate the 80XTi's prowess through a wide range of conditions for a guaranteed blast on the slopes the moment you click in. Read More

K2
K2
$576.00 at evo.com

The K2 Shreditor 136 Ski, a. k. a. the Powabunga, is huge, floaty, and ready for the deepest of the deep, so you better start pray...ing for snow. The Shreditor's Powder Rocker profile is ideal for staying on top and allows for supremely easy and smooth turn initiation. A wood core utilizes the strength of aspen, the fluid flexibility of paulownia, and the light weight of bamboo for buttery flex and smooth turns. In order to keep this big fat fatty from being overly heavy and bulky, K2's designers used lightweight materials in the tip and tail and also gave the tip and tail taper, cutting down on unnecessary surface area and allowing for quick and easy hook-free maneuverability. K2 also gave the Shreditor skin grommets to help you earn those powder turns. Read More

K2
K2
$576.00 at evo.com

Big, bigger, biggest. Now add 10 millimeters and stand back. POW. The K2 Shreditor 136 Skis, known in the trade as the Powabungas,... tip the Width-O-Meter like no ski before. While not exactly an all-rounder, the Shreditor 136 is surprisingly nimble on the groomed and in tight spaces, making it an excellent tree ski on those ber-deep days. What's more, no one will lose sight of you with those day-glo green topsheets and bases. K2 historians take note of the subliminal Hellbent graphics just under the topsheet surface. You know what we're talkin' about, this ski's got roots. Read More

K2
K2
$504.00 at evo.com

The K2 Rictor series just keeps growing, now adding the impressive Amp Rictor 90XTi ski. This big brother of the line is of the ag...e (or, width and weight) where it's ready to take to the backcountry. Bridging the gap between high performance all-mountain skis and hard-charging freeride skis, this fella is ready to have some tele or AT binding slapped to it and to head for the way-out-there hills. A 90mm waist is ideal for managing variable conditions in the backcountry, while providing enough float when you find yourself in a deep stash. All-Terrain Rocker tip gives this ski a 30/70 rocker-to-camber balance in order to ease edge transition, lift the tip above soft and choppy snow, and aid overall ski maneuverability. An energetic combination of aspen, paulownia, and maple wood core materials make this ski nimble, lightning fast edge-to-edge, and consistently snappy from tip to tail. The Rictor 90XTi is built tough without compromising feel and performance. Metal Laminate (alternating layers of fiberglass and full-length sheets of Titanal metal above and below the wood core) is K2's most complex construction, and it creates a high-performance platform that's stiff, damp, and stable at speed. Hybritech Sidewalls blend sidewall and cap construction that gives this ski the power and edging accuracy of sidewall construction and the lightweight feel and smooth turn initiation of cap construction. Adding to this ski's unshakable hold and effortless turn initiation is the AT RoX technology featuring Mod Suspension. This secondary core that lies on top of the ski's primary core absorbs vibrations from choppy terrain, and dampens the ski to increase overall ski control and reduce tip skipping or wandering at speed. Titanal hubs are imbedded into the core of the ski for the most direct transmission of power from the ski binding directly to the core of the ski. Read More

K2
K2
$399.99 at evo.com

A more speed stable version of the 80X platform, the K2 AMP 80XTi Skis are for the more aggressive intermediate to advanced skier ...who wants to push it just a bit harder. Metal laminate construction gives this powerful ski smooth and damp performance while the solid Fir and Aspen core and Hybritech Sidewall construction provide rock solid edgehold. Go ahead, AMP it up! Read More

K2
K2
$504.00 at evo.com

The venerable K2 Coomback 104 Skis get a remake for 2015, expanding in width by 2 mm, but actually losing weight. Increased tip ro...cker and a revamped flex pattern give the Coomback 104 more predictable turn initiation without hampering its crud-busting prowess. This ski features imagery of Doug's adopted hometown of La Grave, France - bonus points for the Coombs fans who can name the locations pictured in the last two years' models! Read More

K2
K2
$468.00 at evo.com

The K2 Talkback 88 Skis are the perfect choice for a women's spring and summer touring setup - light, solid on hard snow and versa...tile in any kind of soft stuff. A light but burly Paulownia and Maple core, Torsion Box construction, and HybriTech Sidewalls let you stomp the climb and shred the descent foot after vertical foot. Read More

K2
K2
$396.00 at evo.com

One of the best choices out there for a one ski quiver, the K2 Remedy 102 Skis are the perfect width to rock the pow and the cordu...roy in a single run, day in and day out. With K2's All Terrain Rocker that provides effortless float and easy turn initiation and tapered Powder Tips that go where you point them in the deep stuff, this is a dream ski for all-mountain divas with a penchant for fresh tracks. Read More

K2
K2
$288.00 at evo.com

After you've perfected your switch three in the park, go out to some natural features, and show those christie-carving squares wha...t it means to be a newschooler with the K2 Sight Ski. The tip and tail rocker lets you jam all day long, and the camber underfoot means you won't slide out like a goob on the groomers. Lightweight enough to jib anything, but still durable enough slide over that aspen tree, the Sight will take your freestyle through the park and all over the mountain. The all-terrain rocker is a blend of raised ends and camber underfoot. The camber and directional sidecut makes turning easier and faster on groomers when obstacles change from inanimate to animated. Twin tips help you flip off the lip or float through a dusting of powder. The Twin Tech Sidewall makes it easier to lay an edge when you're careening into a turn on choppy crud or banking a curve on ice-crusted hardpack. An aspen core is stiff enough to handle a few GS turns, but still soft enough for you to jump and jib all over the hill. Read More

K2
K2
$576.00 at evo.com

Dark and mysterious like SethMo himself, the new K2 Annex 118 Skis have been redesigned with more taper and rocker in the tip and ...tail. The result is a more versatile ride that turns confidently at any speed and in any condition, but is still rock solid at mach speeds. Sound too good to be true? It's for real; this ski is a winner. Ideal for the big mountain ripper who wants the ability to tour when the chance presents itself, the Annex 118 has its own custom skins (available separately) that match up perfectly. Read More

K2
K2
$507.00 at evo.com

The K2 AMP Rictor 90XTi Skis bring the joys of freeriding to your local mountain, keeping you immune from a lack of control. The R...ictor 90XTis boast both a Powder and Tapered Tip for better tip predictability while staying afloat in softer conditions. An All-Terrain and Catch-Free Rocker gives great versatility on the mountain while minimizing any hangups. Also throwing in the Metal Laminate, Carbon Web, and MOD Technology, these skis exhibit amazing strength while staying lightweight and remaining both damp and low on chatter. For the aggressive all mountain skier looking for a carver and off-piste ski, the K2 AMP Rictor 90XTi pulls double duty like a boss. Read More

K2
K2
$270.99 at evo.com

Got your eye on a new rail? Ogling a half pipe? Scaring up the courage to brave the blue diamonds? Grab the K2 Sight Ski and domin...ate the snow. The tip and tail rocker lets you jam all day long, and underfoot camber means you still carve a mean turn. Lightweight without feeling fragile, the Sight ski will take you over the groomers and through the park without batting an eyelash.The all-terrain rocker is a blend of raised ends and positive camber underfoot. The camber and directional sidecut make turning easier and faster on groomers when obstacles take the form of rugrats and tourists on skis. Twin tips help you flip off the lip or float through a dusting of powder. The Twin Tech Sidewall makes it easier to lay an edge when you're careening into a turn on choppy crud or banking a curve on ice-crusted hardpack. An aspen core is stiff enough to handle a few GS turns, but still soft enough for you to jump, dance, and jib all over the hill.Only 85mm underfoot, the Sight cuts a fine silhouette, preferring parks and hardpack to powder, but ready to play at the drop of a hat. You'll start to see red if you force the Sight to struggle with two feet of fresh snow, but otherwise, the Sight is a fun-loving plank that travels from the greens to the blues to the park, and beyond. Read More

K2
K2
$360.00 at evo.com

You're the dude who always gets the shot, but it's time to jump out from behind the camera and star in your own personal ski-porn ...flick with the K2 Shreditor 92 on your feet. Even if you prefer to be credited as Anonymous Shredmaster, the crowd will be digging your steeze when you take the light, lively fiberglass-laminated fir-and-aspen core for a spin through the trees and use the rockered tips and low underfoot camber to rally through the park like a boss. Both the tip and tail of the Shreditor are blunt and tapered for easy release and a loose, surfy feel, so you can slip, slide, and slash your way down the hill in soft snow and get more buttery than a fresh croissant when you're ripping off POV shots in the park. The Shreditor's core is wrapped with K2's trademark braided triaxial fiberglass laminate for plenty of lightweight pop, and the sidecut and rocker profiles match to ensure smooth turn initiation in the tip, plenty of edge hold underfoot, and easy tail release when you're finishing up a turn. It also rocks TwinTech construction, which rolls the top of the ski into the sidewall for increased durability, and Absorb sidewalls that use urethane underfoot for maximum dampness and ABS in the tip and tail for power and rock-solid edge hold. In addition to saving materials, the Swap Bases ensure that each ski has a distinct look, and the tip and tail skin attachments let you slap on some K2 skins and hit the backcountry when you need to collect some snorkel-worthy powder shots. Read More

K2
K2
$360.00 at evo.com

You're the dude who always gets the shot, but it's time to jump out from behind the camera and star in your own personal ski-porn ...flick with the K2 Shreditor 92 on your feet. Even if you prefer to be credited as Anonymous Shredmaster, the crowd will be digging your steeze when you take the light, lively fiberglass-laminated fir-and-aspen core for a spin through the trees and use the rockered tips and low underfoot camber to rally through the park like a boss. Both the tip and tail of the Shreditor are blunt and tapered for easy release and a loose, surfy feel, so you can slip, slide, and slash your way down the hill in soft snow and get more buttery than a fresh croissant when you're ripping off POV shots in the park. The Shreditor's core is wrapped with K2's trademark braided triaxial fiberglass laminate for plenty of lightweight pop, and the sidecut and rocker profiles match to ensure smooth turn initiation in the tip, plenty of edge hold underfoot, and easy tail release when you're finishing up a turn. It also rocks TwinTech construction, which rolls the top of the ski into the sidewall for increased durability, and Absorb sidewalls that use urethane underfoot for maximum dampness and ABS in the tip and tail for power and rock-solid edge hold. In addition to saving materials, the Swap Bases ensure that each ski has a distinct look, and the tip and tail skin attachments let you slap on some K2 skins and hit the backcountry when you need to collect some snorkel-worthy powder shots. Read More

K2
K2
$450.97 at evo.com

A precise carving instrument designed specifically for ladies who etch perfect turns into the firmest and steepest runs at the res...ort.Key Features of the K2 SuperBurnin 74 Skis: Speed Rocker Sizes: 146/ 153/ 160/ 167 Construction: Speed ROX Technology Metal Laminate Sidewall Core: Bioflex3 Radius: 13m @ 160 Read More

K2
K2
$504.00 at evo.com

K2's Potion 90Xti Women's Ski should be used in moderation or you'll end up feeling dizzy, slightly confused, and smiling from ear... to ear without quite being sure why; it's a heady blend of all-mountain performance, versatility, and power that's capable of ripping the resort to shreds or venturing through the gates to enjoy a tasty bite of untracked snow. It looks a lot like touring ski, with a blunt gradually rockered tip, a mostly flat tapered tail, and low camber underfoot, but it's built like a frontside ripper, with a sheet of metal on top of the strong and lively aspen, paulownia, and maple core. It also was built with K2's Baseline 2. 0 Freeride Stability profile, which carefully matches the sidecut and camber profiles to provide easy float and turn initiation in the tip, predictable mid-radius turns underfoot, and solid hold and turn finishing through the tail. The Potion's biggest trick, though, is its A. T. Rox technology. There's a MOD suspension system on top of the ski--K2 calls it a secondary core--that flexes independently, dampening the feel of the Potion and giving it a smooth, quiet ride without affecting the ski's actual flex. The MOD system works in conjunction with the Carbon Web layer, which is laid over the top of the entire package to increase torsional rigidity and direct power to the edges for aggressive turning when you run into hardpack. The Potion also comes with durable Hybritech sidewalls and tip and tail skin attachment grommets, so you can strap on some K2 skins and go hunting for fresh turns outside the resort boundaries if you're feeling a little exploratory. Read More

K2
K2
$239.93 at evo.com

The K2 Superific 76 Skis are designed to give intermediate women skiers the response, liveliness and easy turn initiation needed f...or excellent performance on any run on the mountain, in any snow conditions. With a full wood core and triax-braided fiberglass, the Superific 76 Skis diverge from other beginner to intermediate skis by using higher end materials tuned for more casual riding. Read More

K2
K2
$468.00 at evo.com

Oh yeah, Big Mama's in the house. When K2 chose to model the K2 Remedy 112 Skis on the best-selling Shreditor 112, they knew what ...they were doing. Awesome in the deep, awesome on the groomed, and awesome everywhere in between, the K2 Remedy 112 is exactly what the doctor ordered for the expert woman skier who spends most of her day etching fresh tracks but doesn't let up on the throttle when she's next to the lift. The next-gen All Terrain Rocker profile with a tapered tip and tail gives you all the float you need on the deep days but still feels precise and lets you round your turns when needed to scrub off speed. Read More

K2
K2
$360.00 at evo.com

Playful and surfy performance makes the K2 Women's Remedy 92 Ski your fun freeride bomber for all over the mountain. At 92mm under...foot, the Remedy offers enough float for venturing into the soft stuff without being bulky or cumbersome while you're carving up the hardpack. K2's Baseline 20 comprehensive build process means the the ski's top shape was designed to complement the side profile, making for a versatile ski that handles well in a wide variety of conditions and terrain. K2 gave the Remedy all-terrain rocker in the tip and tail for fun float and easy turn initiation and medium-to-low camber underfoot for excellent edge hold and pop at speed. A blunt and tapered tail shape reduces swing weight and increases maneuverability, allowing for easy release, loose feel, and playful shredability (if that's not a word, it should be). The Remedy's Bioflex3 core is made up of aspen, paulownia, and bamboo, combining aspen strength, paulownia flex, and the light weight of bamboo. This results in an ideal blend of fluid and smooth forgiving flex and snappy, powerful strength. Read More

K2
K2
$288.00 at evo.com

The K2 Women's MissConduct Ski stomps landings, glides through the halfpipe, and slides rails like a criminal. When the park is to...o crowded, this trouble-maker isn't afraid to throw down all over the mountain.The MissConduct is ideal for skiers of all levels. The All-Terrain Rocker profile features an elevated tip for variable and soft snow, and the underfoot camber gives more power, energy, and edge-hold in firmer conditions. An 85mm waist makes it lightweight and snappy off lips and stable in the pipe, while its lightweight blended wood core keeps the swing weight low and the amplitude high. The triaxial braid, with interlocking strands of fiberglass around a milled core, gives torsional strength, and the TwinTech sidewall adds durability. It's a versatile park ski that can go anywhere. Read More

K2
K2
$83.93 at evo.com

Make learning to ski a breeze for your little one with easy turn initiation of Catch-Free Rocker and forgiving flex of the Noodle ...System.Key Features of the K2 Indy Skis: Catch-Free Rocker Sizes: 76/88/100/112/136/146 (146 available flat) Radius: 8m @ 112/ Directional Sidecut Core: Composite Construction: Torison Box, Cap Construction Read More

K2
K2
$239.93 at evo.com

This lively and responsive ski provides excellent performance on any run at the mountain regardless of snow condition or terrain.K...ey Features of the K2 Superific 76 Skis: All Terrain Rocker Sizes: 139/ 146/ 153/ 160 Construction: Triaxial Braid Cap Construction Core: Bioflex 1; 80% Aspen/ 20% Paulownia Radius: 14m @ 160 Read More

K2
K2
$426.57 at evo.com

You love your fat skis, but all that weight is hard to lug up the skin track. Get the next best thing with the K2 BackDrop Ski. Th...is touring slayer features superlight construction, a fattened 112mm waist, and an increased shovel rocker so you're able to slash mad pow turns in the backcountry without the pain-in-the-arse excess weight of a heavy powder ski. This lightweight, durable ski also works well as a quick-and-nimble resort powder muncher or sidecountry gate crasher. Read More

K2
K2
$468.00 at evo.com

For a big guy, the K2 Shreditor 112 Ski is nimble. This fun and maneuverable powder ski loves the deep stuff, which you'll notice ...from the ample 112mm waist, but with the right amount of camber underneath it certainly won't shy away from hardpack or chopped-up snow either. So stick to the powder and trees as much as possible, but once it's all gone, don't worry about having to switch over to that less-than-desirable snow; with this ski, it's call comin' up roses. K2's all-terrain rocker gives this ski plenty of versatility, as well as just making it really fun to ski. The fir and aspen core gives it plenty of dampening to be able to punch through mank and crud, and the TwinTech sidewall makes for a high amount of durability that won't leave you looking at a busted edge just from grazing a rock. Read More

K2
K2
$489.97 at evo.com

K2 remembers a time when skiing wasn't all about the legendary storms. For every massive dump that hit Utah or week-long epic that... struck the Pacific Northwest, there was a group of New Englanders celebrating a six-inch powder day deep among the pine trees. The K2 Annex 98 Ski is for those people, and anyone else that wants to charge hard in the backcountry without dragging around a mega-fat to do it. Measuring a relatively narrow (by today's standards) 98mm at the waist, this ski delivers the responsiveness and power of a wood core and metal laminate construction with the deep snow performance of rocker at the tip and a tapered sidecut at the tip and tail. Tight chutes and tree skiing require the control of traditional camber, and you'll find just that directly underfoot. You're inevitably going to throw a skin on this ski, so you'll find a tip grommet and a notch at the tail to retain a skin clip--both of which are compatible with K2 Z-Clip Skins. Your girthy, rockered resort ride might look beastly in comparison, but the stiff, stable, and maneuverable Annex 98 will drop it like a bad habit once you hit the skin track or dip into the trees, and you'll be all the happier for it. Read More

K2
K2
$504.00 at evo.com

K2's Potion 90Xti Women's Ski should be used in moderation or you'll end up feeling dizzy, slightly confused, and smiling from ear... to ear without quite being sure why; it's a heady blend of all-mountain performance, versatility, and power that's capable of ripping the resort to shreds or venturing through the gates to enjoy a tasty bite of untracked snow. It looks a lot like touring ski, with a blunt gradually rockered tip, a mostly flat tapered tail, and low camber underfoot, but it's built like a frontside ripper, with a sheet of metal on top of the strong and lively aspen, paulownia, and maple core. It also was built with K2's Baseline 2. 0 Freeride Stability profile, which carefully matches the sidecut and camber profiles to provide easy float and turn initiation in the tip, predictable mid-radius turns underfoot, and solid hold and turn finishing through the tail. The Potion's biggest trick, though, is its A. T. Rox technology. There's a MOD suspension system on top of the ski--K2 calls it a secondary core--that flexes independently, dampening the feel of the Potion and giving it a smooth, quiet ride without affecting the ski's actual flex. The MOD system works in conjunction with the Carbon Web layer, which is laid over the top of the entire package to increase torsional rigidity and direct power to the edges for aggressive turning when you run into hardpack. The Potion also comes with durable Hybritech sidewalls and tip and tail skin attachment grommets, so you can strap on some K2 skins and go hunting for fresh turns outside the resort boundaries if you're feeling a little exploratory. Read More

K2
K2
$93.60 at evo.com

The K2 Luv Bug Skis are the perfect first setup for your girl, or any girl. With Catch-Free Rocker to get her up and making turns ...from day one while minimizing the face plants, to the pink and fuschia weighted graphics that will catch her eye even if she doesn't know how to ski, this is the number one learning ski in the world. Read More

K2
K2
$199.90 at evo.com

When cruising down any run with the K2 Missy skis, she'll love the responsive control and easy-going style. K2 suggests using the ...Missy skis skis for 40% park and pipe and 60% all-mountain skiing. Lightweight aspen core flexes easily yet absorbs the impact of hard landings. Cap construction envelops the core and internal materials with the top layer of the ski, keeping overall weight light and durability high. Torsion Box design uses a triaxial-braided wood core to create a high degree of responsiveness, forgiveness and energy transfer. Directional taper features a moderately wider tip than tail to maximize performance when skiing forward. Fun, colorful graphics make the Missy skis as much fun to look at as they are to ride. Base or topsheet color may vary from online photo. Read More

K2
K2
$187.46 at evo.com

For the indecisive youth who can't choose between freeride and freestyle, there's the K2 Shreditor 75 Jr Skis + Fastrak2 7 Binding...s - an all-mountain design with plenty of versatility to hop in the park and uncork some wild style. The Shreditor 75 Jr features a solid Aspen core, Torsion Box construction and durable cap sidewalls for your sliding pleasure. Read More

K2
K2
$219.90 at evo.com

You went to cotillion and learned to dance the foxtrot and the waltz, but they didn't teach you how to dance atop the box or rails... on skis. Step into the K2 Women's Empress Ski, and drop into the park for an education. This twintip ski won't prevent you from eating your fair share of snow, but it will make learning new tricks a lot more fun.The jib rocker entirely lacks camber, so the Empress lays flat against the snow, or whatever surface you're dancing on right now. The elevated tip and tail let you go full circle, or just ski backwards for the heck of it. Triaxial braiding and the park flex pattern make a fun pairing. Interlocking fiberglass strands are woven around the core for torsional rigidity while maintaining the toe-tapping snap of the flex pattern. The flex pattern keeps the Empress soft at the ends to accommodate your initial reluctance to spin in circles, while remaining stiff enough to get popcorn-poppin' height off the half-pipe.Cap construction keeps it light, and the directional sidecut favors forward movement without forgoing backwards maneuvering. The BioFlex 2 core offers a trick-flipping blend of stiffness and forgiveness so you can let your guard down in the park and ramp up the intensity when you're carving down to the lift. The Empress is a middling 85cm underfoot, so you can flip tricks without catching an edge and still ski dust on crust without issue. Read More

K2
K2
$504.00 at evo.com

If you're a hard-charger who doesn't necessarily see the need to be hauling around a snowboard-sized plank on each foot, then the ...K2 Annex 98 Ski is for you. This ski fits the rider who is fall-line focused, whether that be inbounds or far from civilization. The all-terrain rocker is ideal for a majority of conditions, from powder dumps to hardpack, and everything in between. The 98mm waist is plenty fat enough to offer flotation, but won't have you feeling like you're dragging tree trunks up the skin-track. A bit of camber underfoot helps you to keep your grip on any part of the mountain, even when you're staring down a questionable chute, one hand pressed against the 55-degree slope next to you. If getting away from it all is your goal, tip and tail skin-attachment grommets make for an easy pairing with K2's custom skins. Read More

K2
K2
$419.97 at evo.com

You don't like to be tied down. Your friends have said you're afraid of commitment, but you prefer to call yourself a free spirit.... Well, wild child, commit yourself to the K2 SuperGlide Skis, and you'll never have to commit yourself to just one part of the mountain. The SuperGlides come with an All-Terrain Rocker and AT Rox technology, making them perfect for charging hard in whatever conditions your heart desires, or that the mountain provides you with that day. If you're an upper-intermediate or advanced skier, and you like doing whatever you want, when you want, pick up a pair of the K2 SuperGlide Skis right now. Read More

K2
K2
$504.00 at evo.com

When the planets align for your long-awaited ski-cation to Portillo and the peaks are emerging from a month-long snow storm, you'l...l be happy you brought along the K2 Annex 108 Ski. Born from the SideStash of yore, the Annex 108 is a touring ski that loves the backcountry, untouched bowls, and couloirs of all shapes and sizes. K2 realized people loved the SideStash, for good reason, but everything must join the present at some point. So along comes the Annex 108. K2 took the essentials of the Sidestash, like the wood core, metal laminate, and Hybritech sidewall, and tweaked the rocker profile. Now, with the all-terrain rocker, you can go straight from enjoying uncut fields of bliss to plowing through chunder. The all-terrain rocker still has positive camber underfoot, but the tip has a longer and lower rise and the ski has a kicktail for easier handling over all terrain. The wood blend core is sandwiched between metal laminate consisting of Titanal and fiberglass. This damps vibrations, reduces chatter, and gives you precision when turning. The HybriTech sidewall gives you the best of both worlds; the lightweight responsiveness of cap construction, with the durability and power of a true sidewall.For those days when you just can't stomach the thought of waiting in lift lines, strap K2's custom skins to the tip and tail skin-attachment grommets and experience blissful skinning as you earn your turns. Read More

K2
K2
$468.00 at evo.com

Why lug up an extra couple pounds on each foot just to ride a ski that's going to be entirely comparable to the extremely lightwei...ght K2 Women's Talkback 88 Ski? Built with light weight in mind, this 88mm-waisted ski will let you quickly ascend the track and still ski like a champ on the way down. The all-terrain rocker is designed with the backcountry-enthusiast in mind. The flat tail allows this ski to be plunged into the snow to be used as an anchor for belaying. Though not wide by modern-ski standards, the powder-inspired tip taper lets you float and surf your way through deep snow, or crash through mank just as easily. The Hybritech sidewall construction ensures that this ski can handle the abuse you're sure to throw at it throughout the season. Read More

K2
K2
$419.93 at evo.com

Seth Morrison stepped into the big-mountain skiing scene and changed it forever. Instead of hopping his way down a face, Seth made... arcing, powerful turns at speed that would melt the face off a merely mortal skier. The K2 Annex 118 Seth Morrison Ski is Seth's pro model ski, and it was made to support his skiing style, as well as that of anyone with the drive to let their skis run free and fast in technical terrain. Fir, aspen, and maple lie at the heart of the Annex 118, and wrapped around this milled core are interlocking strands of fiberglass. The result is a lively flex and the sort of torsional rigidity that begins to close in on the performance and precision of a carving ski. Hybritech sidewall construction creates a durable, powerful platform that translates your edging pressure and weight shifts directly to the surface of the snow--there's no loss of energy or noodling. Even the deepest snow or most predictable corn days can turn to a mess when the weather changes, and to conquer the variability of winter conditions, the Annex 118 uses a new, longer-rocker profile in the forebody. Drive through the front of this ski and it easily transitions between turns and allows you to pivot and float in the powder, without getting hung up in chop or chunder. Tight chutes and tree skiing require the control of traditional camber, and you'll find just that directly underfoot. Tail rocker was added to improve maneuverability and allow the tail to release easily when you need to hop a turn or make a split-second direction change. K2 makes a range of freeride and powder skis, and the Annex 118 and Shreditor 120 (Pettitor) are perhaps the flagship models of the freeride skis. Each of the three Annex skis uses a directional design and get progressively fatter, with the Annex 118 Seth being the fattest. The comparable Shreditor series offers an even fatter profile and bi-directional design, but the Shreditor has a distinctly different flex than that of the Annex. Pla... Read More

K2
K2
$504.00 at evo.com

When you're considered one of the preeminent freeskiers on the planet, it's only natural that you'd have a ski that lives up to th...at reputation as well. That's probably why Sean Pettit helped to design the K2 Shreditor 120 Ski, otherwise known as the Sean Pettit pro-model ski. Don't worry though, this hard-charging ski doesn't rest on its laurels and simply coast on name alone. A slew of features help to make this ski an incredibly well-rounded beast that will have you charging big, fast lines all day. The powder rocker creates a monstrous shovel area that eats up powder and crud alike. The 120 has the stiffest flex profile of any ski in the Shreditor series, helped along by the Triaxial Braided core, wrapped around a combination of aspen and paulownia. In case you feel like getting out of bounds for a while, these come with tip and tail grommets for K2 skin attachments. Read More

K2
K2
$540.00 at evo.com

The K2 Coomback 114 Ski is a new take on a classic, much-loved ski. At 114 it's a bit wider underfoot than previous iterations, me...aning you're going to get even more of that surfy feel you love on those deep days. Full sidewalls underfoot give this ski incredible edge control for something this wide, while the tip and tail rocker, as well as the rocker in front, all add up to a ski that is surprisingly agile and playful for something of this size. And even though it's certainly not of the skinny-ski variety, you'll be pleasantly surprised to find the paulownia and maple wood core to be fairly lightweight when you're hitting that skintrack for your fourth dawn patrol of the week. To ensure both torsional rigidity and durability, K2 added a torsion box in the core as well as the Hybritech sidewalls, so you won't have to worry about things getting squirrelly or blowing out an edge when you're doing mach-looney down a big line. When you get back to base camp at the end of the day, exhausted from a long day of trekking, jam the flat tails into the snow and hang your wet baselayers up to dry on your impromptu clothesline. Read More

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