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K2 Fulluvit 95 Ti
Looking for a do-it-all ski that has the guts to handle high speeds and mixed-bag conditions? Then turn your attention to the K2 Fulluvit 95 Ti Skis. Their 95mm waist and combination of Titanal laminate, tapered shape and all-terrain rocker is about as versatile as it gets. Railing down groomers? Check. Weaving through tight trees? Check. Blasting powder laps? Check. The K2 Fulluvit 95 Ti Skis are a light, stiff, and incredibly fun choice for advanced lady skiers.
Sizes: 156, 163, 170
K2 Gottaluvit 105 Ti
The K2 Gottaluvit 105 Ti Skis float through powder just as easily as they slice through variable snow. A potent freeride weapon for experienced female skiers, the Gottaluvit 105 Ti is one of those skis you’ll never think twice about dropping in with. Built upon K2’s lightweight Nano BioKonic chassis with a metal laminate reinforcement, the K2 Gottaluvit 105 Ti Skis achieve that coveted balance of maneuverability and stability that makes for awesome all-terrain charging.
Sizes: 156, 163, 170
K2 iKonic 80
The iKonic 80 is perfect for skiers who want a quick turning, nimble ski, primed for resort exploring missions. Ski bell-to-bell on this agile and versatile all-mountains ski thanks to K2’s Konic technology. Dense wood over the edges of the ski provides stability and control while lighter aspen wood in the center of the ski’s core eliminates unnecessary weight delivering a responsive and secure ride.
Sizes: 163, 170, 177
K2 iKonic 84
Every skier craves performance but not every skier wants a super stiff, metal ski. The iKonic 84 strikes the perfect balance between power and finesse, harnessing the power and response of carbon with a lively Fir/Aspen Konic core to deliver a ski that tackles any terrain the resort throws your way.
Sizes: 163, 170, 177
K2 Pinnacle 105 Ti
Make the whole mountain your domain on the K2 Pinnacle 105 Ti Skis. Charge through it all thanks to a versatile rocker profile that hits just the right mix of float and maneuverability for a great time from groomers to powder. Built with a sturdy fir and composite core reinforced with a layer of metal for power, the K2 Pinnacle 105 Ti Skis are a daily driver best suited to aggressive skiing in a wide variety of conditions and terrain choices.
Sizes: 170, 177, 184
K2 Pinnacle 88 Ti
The K2 Pinnacle 88 Ti Skis are back with an updated construction featuring a fir and aspen blend reinforced with a layer of metal for stability at higher speeds. Capable of serious vert and speed, but also totally approachable for riders of all skill levels, the 88 Ti is a fantastic all mountain explorer thanks to its all-terrain design and low swing weight.
Sizes: 163, 170, 177, 184
Line Pandora 94 Ski – Womens
For the adventurous ladies among us, the Pandora 94 offers serious all-mountain performance in a lightweight and nimble package. Equipped with Line’s Magic Finger carbon filaments, this ski has a poppy, responsive feel that is well suited to finessed skiers. The lightweight Aspenlite core keeps the ski planted but still easy to throw around when the skiing gets a little more tight and technical. Tip and tail rocker round out the design enable easy pivots and additional flotation in deep snow.
Line Pescado Ski
Line’s Pescado has the fattest tip you’ve ever seen and a soft, playful flex that complements its swallowtail design for the ultimate in slashy, surfy powder freeriding. These are purpose-built for the deepest days of the season – the perfect ski for big Japanese snowflalls for sure. Loads of tip rocker plus a 5-Cut Sidecut (with a blend of multiple radii) give you excellent manoeuvrability and agility in tight lines while also assisting float. These things are pretty much unsinkable and you’ll be hard-pressed to find a more playful directional powder ski on the market.
Line Sakana Ski
The Sakana is the playful, floaty carving ski you didn’t know you needed. Taking cues from its big brother, the Pescado, the Sakana features a distinctive swallowtail design and wide forebody providing excellent float and a unique, surfy feel in deep snow. This is no one trick pony though; a tight radius, camber underfoot and long effective edge make for the kind of snappy, energetic carving turns you typically expect from narrower skis. Offering something a little different from the usual all-mountain sticks and bound to turn heads in the lift line, the Sakana Skis are a worthy addition to any quiver.