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Description: K2 AMP Sabre Skis w/ Marker M2 10.0 Bindings
Standing at the top of the slope and looking down at all that glistening white snow sparkling in the sun isn't the time to wonder if you chose the right skis. So before you ever get close to the snow you want to have checked out all the features you want in a ski. With the K2 AMP Sabre Skis with Marker M2 10.0 Bindings you know you are getting a durable and dependable set of skis. The composite core keeps them light and flexible while the hybrid rocker helps provide a smooth ride. These skis are just right for the newer skiers who will tear up the mountain.
- All Mountain
- MOD Technology
- Torsion Box Cap Construction
- Triaxial Braiding
- Fir Core
- Radius: 14m@163
AMP Sabre/M2 10.0
Yes, the K2 AMP Sabre Skis with Marker M2 10.0 Bindings will work perfectly for you and your skill set. I recommend the 174cm length. It will be a versatile ski to progress your skills on and most importantly HAVE FUN with.
Enjoy and let it snow!
Normally not, however, these K2 Amp Sabre Skis are pre-mounted from the factory.
The K2 AMP Sabre Skis w/ Marker M2 10.0 Bindings would be a little short and soft (flexy) for you.
Possibly look at the K2 Amp 72 Skis w/ Marker M2 10 Bindings.
or K2 Amp 76 Skis w/ Marker M3 10 Bindings.
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There is some personal preference here, but if he likes a shorter ski a 170 would be the shortest I would venture.
The 153cm K2 AMP Skis would be perfect because of MOD Tech and the stable torsion box and triax fiberglass. They're a great pick , awesome price, and great skiing ski!
These K2 AMP Sabre Skis are a great beginner to intermediate level ski that will be an outstanding choice for someone looking to cruise the mountain, and develop some skills on. They are a conventional, parabolic, and non twin-tip ski. Though you can travel through the park with anything.. these will not be a ton of fun in the park or pipe. Take a look here for a Park ski that can travel the mountain: http://www.the-house.com/8951sathrbow14zz-salomon-skis.html
These skis would be great for an intermediate skier cruising the resort. These are officially a Men's ski, and may not be ideal in this situation.
Have a great winter.
The rental shop gave you 142cm length skis because shorter skis are easier to control.
At 5'4" a ski from 150cm to 155cm will be a great ft for you.
I recommend purchasing a Women's Specific Ski Package. K2 has some great options. Check them out:
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These K2 AMP Sabre Skis are a really good entry to intermediate level ski that I believe will be loads of fun for him to cruise the mountain and develop some skills on. He would work just fine on the 160 length. As a side note... skiing is soooooo different from boarding that he may want to rent a time or two to decide if it is something he likes.
It sounds to me like you are a strong intermediate looking for more fun and performance. The K2 AMP Sabre Ski with Marker M2 10.0 Ski Bindings is a great ski package for the beginner skier looking to improve to intermediate or an intermediate looking for a softer, less demanding ski.
Honestly, I would recommend you purchase a "true" set up and get away from the ski packages. The reason being that ski packages are geared to the beginner/novice skier or a skier who gets on hill minimal times and it sounds to me that this is not you.
I recommend the K2 AMP Rictor Xti Series:
These are skis with varying waist width that you'll love for all mountain carving. The wider platform will help with float in deep snow.
Here are binding options:
Here are K2 AMP Rictor Xti Ski Package options:
Again, ski packages coem with adjustable track/demo bindings. More movement in the binding means less direct power transfer and less direct responsiveness.
Please let me know your thoughts. I want to help you get the right set up for the right price. I hope this helps.
The K2 AMP Sabre Skis with Marker M2 10.0 Ski Bindings is the perfect set up for you. A great ski and binding package that will help build your skill level while allowing the utmost fun. The 160cm length will be easier to control but the 167cm length will be a fun way to bridge the gap to intermediate and push you to the next level. Have fun out there!
Welcome back! I'd say after a 20 year hiatus the K2 AMP Sabre Skis are a great choice. Really fun sidecut for great turnshapes and a forgiving tip and tail to save your legs.
I think the 174cm length will work well for you.
As far as boots go, what size, last, and flex are you looking for?
The K2 AMP Sabre Skis with Marker M2 10.0 ski bindings will work for you if you are looking for a great all around beginner to intermediate level ski. Fun and flexy, lightweight with confident hold, the K2 AMP Sabre Skis are built for the skier looking to have fun and progress their skills. The bindings are adjustable and will fit your boots. I think the 160cm length will work best for you.