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Description: K2 Luna Skis w/ Marker Erp 10.0 Bindings - Womens
Are you ready for some action? Are you ready for some excitement? Are you ready to show those ski slopes who's boss? If so, then you're gonna need the best skis around! Introducing the K2 Luna skis! These skis have a composite core of 100% fiberglass and will hold up when you are surfing the snow and zooming past all your friends. Show everyone how having the best skis available helps supercharge your skiing skills! Don't wait till it's too late. Get them today!
- Radius: 13m@163
- Construction: Torsion Box Cap
- Core: Composite
- Binding Options: K2/Marker ERP 10.0
- Composite core of 100% fiberglass
- Torsion Box Cap construction.
- MOD Technology
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Your weight is actually a much more important factor. My guess is the 146cm length ski would be about right.
We do carry the K2 Luna in a 146cm length on its own: http://www.the-house.com/8939k2luna14zz-k2-skis.html
Here are some great bindings. Get the 85mm:
The K2 Luna Skis do not come in a 130cm length. We do carry a 139cm length.
The K2 Luna Skis would be great choice for you. They have a soft flexing core that's easily maneuverable and a great torsion box construction that makes them stable. THe Luna's are a simply easy to ski.
I'm glad you're still hitting the slopes.
Skis are largely determined by weight, but there are a number of other factors including aggressiveness, and personal preference that will play a part. A rental shop will tend to give you shorter skis (as a side note). To me a 134cm ski seems a little short though. I would probably look between a 140-145cm length. These Luna skis are good, but take a look here too: http://www.the-house.com/8946k2pure14zz-k2-skis.html. I recommend that you chat with our ski specialists to get the perfect product: 1 (800) 409-7669.