Released January, 2009
The Pros:Good carving ability on groomed hills. Enough pop and flex to go to the park. Very stable and solid landings.
The Cons:Heavier than most skis in the same class. Harder to handle on hard pack and ice patches, need good ankle strength to find the edge.
The EXT is an all-mountain men's ski from K2's Twin Tip lineup and is a step down from the Extreme. The ski is designed with a twin tip and tail for optimal performance in both directions and has 3.5mm edges, making it resistant to cracking.
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It also has a Sidewall construction with ABS sidewalls for added support and reinforcement. The EXT 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 recommended for use on both groomed and ungroomed slopes.
- Twin Tips & Tails
- Standard Camber
- Sidewall Construction
- Wood Core
- 3.5mm Edges
- Triaxial Braiding
- Vertical ABS Sidewall
- Terrain: Ungroomed: 30% Groomed: 70%
- Sizes: 149, 159, 169, 179
- Radius: 21m@ 179/Standard Taper
User Reviews (1)
good carving ability on groomed hills
enough pop and flex to go to the park
very stable and solid landings
can handle deep powder while still holding its edge
will plow through small bumps and crud
heavier than most skis in the same class
harder to handle on hard pack and ice patches, need good ankle strength to find the edge
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