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K2 Juvy Skis - Kids, Youth

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Description: K2 Juvy Skis - Kids, Youth

Help your little one enjoy the sport of skiing on the K2 Juvy Skis! The time has finally come to bring your youngster up to the hill and get them in on some of the action, and the K2 Juvy Skis are just the right pair for a new rider. These skis feature an all terrain rocker that can carve up the groomers no problem, while also being able to float over powder with ease. The Juvy model also comes with a torsion box construction that is lightweight, flexible, and incredibly durable for the tough ride ahead. Master skill progression in no time with a set of K2 Juvy Skis!

Key Features of K2 Juvy Skis:
  • All Terrain Rocker
  • Sizes: 109, 119, 129, 139, 149
  • Radius: 10m @129/ Directional Sidecut
  • Core: Aspen
  • Construction: Torsion Box, Cap Construction

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The K2 juvy skis come with a swaping base. This means the k2 symbol on the base can be either green or black and the rest of the base is the other color... What color is the base when you buy it and how do you swap the base?
Jacob K on Jun 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Jacob,

Hard telling not knowing. Swap Base means that the color of the graphics on the base of the K2 Juvy skis differs on each pair made. You, the consumer, don't swap the base out.

They're great skis. Hope this helps.
Are they skis good for powder all the way to ice?
robbie on Jan 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi Robert. These K2 Juvy Youth Skis will be a good all around ski to develop some skills on. They will be fine in some fresh powder, but are not really intended as back country, deep POW machines.
What bindings do you recommend with these?
Andrew E on Aug 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hey Andrew!

The bindings depend on the type of skiing you are going to be doing. Since this is a Youth Ski here is a link to our Youth Ski Bindings: http://www.the-house.com/ski-bindings-kids.html