K2 Apache Ranger
Released January, 2009
The Pros:Ideal for advanced skiers, but just forgiving enough to enable intermediate skiers to advance their skills. Excellent response and carving ability. Great traction throughout a turn.
The Cons:Not forgiving enough for beginners, can accidentally initiate a turn if the ski isn't carefully controlled.
The Ranger is an all-mountain men's ski from K2's Apache lineup. The ski is designed for advanced skiers who want performance and value, featuring Torsion Box cap construction for improved ease, forgiveness, and energy efficiency.
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It is designed with Mod technology which uses a high performance suspension and dampening system for smooth riding. The Ranger features a wood core and has triaxial braiding for torsional rigidity and strength. It also has a standard camber, allowing it to perform on a variety of terrains, and is best suited for use on groomed terrain.
- Mod Monic
- Wood Core
- Mod Technology
- Standard Camber
- Triaxial Braiding
- Torsion Box Cap Construction
- Terrain: Ungroomed 30% Groomed 70%
- Sizes: 156, 163, 170, 177
- Radius: 15m@170
- Bindings: K2/M2 10.0 TC
User Reviews (1)
ideal for advanced skiers, but just forgiving enough to enable intermediate skiers to advance their skills
excellent response and carving ability
great traction throughout a turn
light enough to be easy to carry around
durable enough to handle a fair amount of abuse without serious damage, scratch resistant as well
stable enough to plow through obstacles and glide smoothly over rough patches
not forgiving enough for beginners, can accidentally initiate a turn if the ski isn't carefully controlled
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