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K2 A.M.P. Force Skis w/ Marker M2 10.0 Bindings

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Type: Carving, All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Rocker
Construction: Hybrid
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Din Range: 3-10
Brake Width: 72mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: K2 A.M.P. Force Skis w/ Marker M2 10.0 Bindings

What makes these skis stand out from the rest? Their Catch-free rocker technology is a good start. This technology allows for more maneuverability coupled with more forgiveness and control. Whether you are a new or advanced skier, these skis are perfect for you. In fact, learning to ski has never been easier! These skis are built with a lightweight composite core for forgiving flex and feature a Torsion Box Cap Construction. The K2 Amp Force Skis w/ M2 10.0 Q Bindings are great for the beginner or the pro!

Key Features of the K2 A.M.P. Force Skis w/ Marker M2 10.0 Bindings:
  • PERFORMANCE: Groomed: 75%, Ungroomed: 25%
  • SIZES: 146, 153, 160, 167, 174
  • CONSTRUCTION: Torsion Box / PU Cap
  • Composite Core
  • RADIUS: 17m @ 174
  • BINDING OPTIONS: Marker K2 / M3 10.0
  • Dimensions: 119/72/103

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I'm looking at these skis for my daughter, 5'1", about 130 lbs, super strong young woman who just bought an unlimited pass to squaw/ alpine. Will these be great skis for her?
Linda P on Oct 21, 2013
Best Answer: Linda,

Unfortunately we are sold out of these skis. It sounds like your daughter is an avid skier and good athlete. I can help refine your search for the right skis with a little more info. What kind of skier is she (Type I, II, or III)? Where will she be spending the majority of her day and what type of skiing does she enjoy and want to do (park, off trail, strictly groomers, etc)?
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