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K2 Juvy Skis 119 - Kids, Youth

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  • All Mountain
  • Park & Pipe
  • Twin Tip
  • Directional Twin
Ability Level: Beginner-Intermediate
Rocker Type:
  • Camber
  • Cap
  • Torsion Box Cap
Core Material:
  • Wood
  • Spruce
  • Extruded
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: K2 Juvy Skis 119 - Kids, Youth

The K2 Juvy Skis were created for the kid who thinks no mountain is too big. K2 knows you can't simply shrink down an adult ski and call it a kid ski. You have to engineer from the ground up with the proper flexibility, dimensions and weight. You have to give it FasTrack2 7.0 and flat binding options, and finally, you have to spruce those skis up with some radtastic graphics. Now you have a ski for kids. Strap them on your tykes and tell them, "no mountain is too big and no Grom is too small."

Key Features of The K2 Juvy Youth Skis 119:
  • Performance: Powder: 30% Park: 70%
  • Sizes: 109, 119, 129, 139
  • Radius: 12mm/Standard
  • Construction: Torsion Box Cap
  • Core: Spruce
  • Recommended binding (not included): FasTrack2 7.0


Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "best skis ever"

    , auckland,AL
    Pros: Good Edge Hold,Great Value,Smooth Ride,Scratch Resistant,Holds Edge on Ice,Floats in Powder,Smooth Carves,Great Carving,Great Response,Great Construction, Cons:

    This pair of skis is great because you can use them all around the mountain; on powder and ice, everywhere.

  • "Not Just A Park Ski"

    , Summerland, BC
    Pros: Ideal Flex, Wide Ski For Floatation in Powder, Easy To Ski Switch Cons: Scratch a little easy,

    The K2 Juvy is an awesome ski for the little ripper that is progressing, and is learning to tear up the park. The ski comes with a 70% park, 30% backcountry rating, but we had a 40cm dump of fresh over night, and decided to take them to the backcountry to try them out. They performed way better than I thought they would in deep powder. I figure the ski is closer to a 50% park, 50% backcountry. I would highly reccomend this ski to anyone looking to purchase their first set of twin tips, and learning to reach for higher levels of ski ability.

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