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K2 Sidekick Skis - Womens

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Type: Powder, All Mountain, Alpine Touring
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Advanced-Expert
Rocker Type: Hybrid, All Terrain Rocker
Waist: 108mm
Construction: Hybrid, Triaxial braid - Hybritech sidewall
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing, Telemarking
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: K2 Sidekick Skis - Womens

The SideKick is an all-mountain ski with powder capabilities. This ski contains all of K2's renowned quirks although unlike other skis in their Adventure line, the All-Rocker-Terrain is a little bit subdued which allows for more versatility that increases the agility while still accomplishing a sick float on the powder. This women's ski is based off of the men's SideStash but through testing, it was found that women didn't like the metal in the ski. The removal of this material creates a much lighter ski that women will fall in love with.

Key Features of the K2 Sidekick Skis:
  • CONDITION: 70% Powder / 30% Variable
  • CONSTRUCTION: Triaxial Braid, Hybritech Sidewall, Aspen/Paulownia/Bamboo - Bioflex 3
  • WEIGHT: 1970g @ 167
  • SIZES: 153, 160, 167, 174
  • RADIUS: 21m @ 167
  • All Terrain Rocker
  • 139/108/127

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Mark H on Dec 2, 2013
I am an advanced skier looking for a great powder ski that can also hold a sharp turn on the groomers. I am 5'1" 115 lbs. Would you recommend the K2 sidekick in a 153 cm or 160cm?
shanna e on Jan 3, 2015
Best Answer: The K2 Sidekick is an exceptional all mountain powder ski. Early Rise rocker in the tip provides extreme floatation in the deepness and ease of turn initiation on the hard pack or through the crud. The tail is a more traditional stiff box tail which provides a confident platform and power through the turn. the 153cm will be a great fit. The 160cm may be too much ski for you...personal call. Have fun out there. Grip it and rip it.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Jan 6, 2015
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i am a medium to advanced skier i am 5" and 100lbs i have just switched back from snowboarding and i need to know a good ski for me. i am just looking for a all mountain ski?
A shopper on Nov 26, 2014
Best Answer: Meet your new best friend. The K2 Missbehaved Skis: http://www.the-house.com/8949k2mbw12zz-k2-skis.html

These are great intermediate to advanced level skis for the lady lookign to shred all over the mountain.

Have fun out there and let it snow!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Nov 28, 2014
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I'm an advanced level skier. 120 lbs, 5'5". Looking for something completely versatile for both groomers and powder...but something that can help me increase my speed and control in powder. Currently ski a K2 One Luv...which is a great all around ski but not that great in powder.
Is this a good ski for me and what is the recommended length?
Also, can you recommend a good binding?
erin s.c. on Jan 22, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Erin!

Sounds like you need a ski with a great rocker-camber profile with a wide but versatile waist width.

The Sidekick at 167cm is a great option for you.

Also, check out The Rossignol Savory 7 in the 170cm. http://www.the-house.com/8962rosav7w15zz-rossignol-skis.html

Both lengths are a little taller than you but they ski shorter on the groom and the added length will greatly improve your flotation in the deep.

Here are some binding options:
http://www.the-house.com/ma1grf10bwt14zz-marker-ski-bindings.html
http://www.the-house.com/ma1sqr10wbm15zz-marker-ski-bindings.html
http://www.the-house.com/lk1pv1215blg15zz-look-ski-bindings.html

Let me know if I can help any furhter. Have fun out there!
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