Released January, 2009
The Pros:Good carving ability in all kinds of conditions. Float right over deep powder without any problems. Reasonably light weight, not a big strain to carry around.
The Cons:Need to be proactive about going from edge to edge, not for beginners. Not very supportive on landings and at speed, need good control.
The Hellbent is an all-mountain men's ski from K2's Twin Tip lineup. 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 has a Sidewall construction with ABS sidewalls for durability and absorbing impact. The Hellbent features a wood core and has triaxial braiding for torsional rigidity and strength. It also has a rocker design which has a turned-up tip and tail, making it best suited for riding on powder. The ski is recommended for use with K2's SchizoFrantic or Flat bindings.
- Twin Tips & Tails
- Sidewall Construction
- Wood Core
- 3.5mm Edges
- Rocker Technology
- Triaxial Braiding
- ABS Sidewalls
- Terrain: Powder: Powder: 666% Park: 10%
- Sizes: 169, 179, 189
- Radius: 26m@179
- Bindings: SchizoFrantic or Flat
User Reviews (2)
good carving ability in all kinds of conditions
float right over deep powder without any problems
reasonably light weight, not a big strain to carry around
scratch resistant enough to be taken through the trees
smooth ride, glides over bumps and plows through crud
need to be proactive about going from edge to edge, not for beginners
not very supportive on landings and at speed, need good control
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