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K2 Missconduct Skis - Womens

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Type: All Mountain, Park & Pipe
Shape: Twin Tip, Directional Twin
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Hybrid, k2 All-Terrain Rocker
Construction: Cap
Core Material: Composite
Base: Extruded
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: K2 Missconduct Skis - Womens

Misbehave a little in the K2 Missconduct Skis! These great skis are so versatile and lightweight that they rewrite all the rules of skiing. Whether you are a beginner skier looking for your first pair of quality skis, or an advanced skier looking for a better alternative to the Misconduct's sister, the Misdemeanor, this great ski from K2 has got you covered. Handle icy terrain and tricky transitions with ease with the K2 Missconduct Skis.

Key Features of K2 Missconduct Skis:
  • Performance: Ungroomed: 40% Groomed: 60 %
  • Sizes: 149, 159, 169
  • Radius: 15m @ 159 /Standard Taper
  • Waist Width: 85
  • Baseline: All Terrain Rocker -70% Camber/30% Rocker
  • Construction: Twin tech with vertical ABS sidewall
  • Core: BioFlex

Missconduct


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for beginning park rats
I am a level 7/8 skier who is a PSIA certified instructor. I am not overweight but have very strong legs from many days on snow. I demoed this ski at a PSIA rally and liked it for what is was, a ski for women just beginning freestyle manuevers, lighter women, or those who desire a softer ski for buttering. In eastern ice conditions it held an edge well unless I pushed it, but really, park skis are not generally good for carving. This would be problematic in a pipe's icy walls, but K2 has another ski for that, the Missdemeanor. It was easy to spin off of small jumps, which is good, because off of larger (over 10 ft) jumps it tended to flex too much and wash out. It would work well for lighter women, or those with less skiing experience. The area where this ski excelled was ground tricks, as it buttered nicely with it's soft flex, even for me, though I am admittedly not a fan of ground tricks myself. All in all, I'd say that this is a solid freestyle twin for it's target demographic
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I'm a female intermediate skier on the East Coast. I usually just ski groomed trails, usually just blues. Do you think these are a good match? I am 150 lb and 5'10". I was going to go with 169cm... Does that sound about right? This is my first pair of skis so I'm a little bit nervous about buying online without talking to a sales team. If I went out West would these perform well on thicker powder trails?

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Carrie on Jan 3, 2014
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