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Description: K2 Strike Skis w/ Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings
Ride into battle with the K2 Strike Skis with Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings! Whether you're in a cliche 1980's movie about a gnarly winter vacation in the mountains, or you simply want a new set of skis for your collection, the K2 Strike Skis with Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings will match whatever you need. The ski's not only function with incredible prowess, but they handle with enhanced precision at every movement! With a groomer specific shape and torsion box construction that places added flex under the feet, the K2 Strike Ski package is ready to be a game changer this season!
- PERFORMANCE: Groomed 80%/ Ungroomed 20%
- SIZES: 124, 136, 146, 153, 160, 167, 174, 181
- CONSTRUCTION: Torsion Box Composite Cap
- Aspen Core
- RADIUS: 16m @ 167
- BINDING OPTIONS: Fastrack3 10.0
- Features: MOD Technology, Rental Tip Protector, Rental Top, Rental Steel, Rental Base
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The K2 Strike Skis are a great pair of carving skis for ripping up the groomers. You may want to take a look at our Womens Specific Skis and Ski Packages though.
If you are looking for a carving ski with all mountain performance look for a ski with a waist width in the high 70s to Low 90s depending on what you are looking for. I think 165cm-170cm in length.
Is your son looking for a Park Specific Ski? If he is this is not the ski for him. The K2 Strike Skis are great for frontside groomers carving. You can take them into the park and go off jumps, sure. But if your son is looking for a ski to perform in the Terrain Park he needs a Park Specific ski. Line, Armada, and K2 have great options for this year. In terms of length, an intermediate skier of his height should probably go with a length in the high 160s to low 170s depending on the ski.
As for size... I suggest a length of 165. Wouldn't go much shorter. And you can go up to at least 170. If your a short turn skier go closer to the 165. If you like long turns then closer to 170 would be good. Good luck and think snow!
Congrats on the best decision you've ever made and welcome to the the family. Skiing is just awesome!
The K2 Strike skis are great skis to continue learning and progress toward the next level. This set up is super durable and will be great to learn more about edge control and "laying them over." The Strikes are all mountain carving skis so they'll be great to improve your talents on the groomers, in the bumps, in the trees. The Marker Fastrak3 10.0 are great demo bindings with solid hold for an intermediate. I believe this will be a great setup for you. Use these to whet your appetite...then we can start talking big sticks once you begin hucking cliffs and going Heliskiing.
I'm stoked for ya bud! Have fun out there!
Unfortunately we are sold out of this ski package. Here is a link to K2 Ski Packages that will get you shredding like a pro:
We can not mount skis without the skier and equipment on site. I recommend you take all your equipment to your local ski shop to be mounted by a certified professional.
Unfortunately, we are sold out of this particular ski package. Check out more options from K2 here:
Let me know if I can assist any further.
For an intermediate skier of your size I'd recommend getting the 167cm K2 Strike Skis. I always say longer is better. Shorter skis are "easier" to turn/swing around. But as your skill progresses and you turn the skis over on edge more you'll want the extended edge contact and control.
Have fun out there and let it snow!
Atomic Waymaker 80 Ski Boots - http://www.the-house.com/at2wm8095sbk14zz-atomic-ski-boots.html
Head Adaptedge 90 Ski Boots - http://www.the-house.com/hd2ad909tbr14zz-head-ski-boots.html
Rossignol Alias Sensor 100 Ski Boots - http://www.the-house.com/ro2als1105rp14zz-rossignol-ski-boots.html
Rossignol Pursuit Sensor3 90 Ski Boots - http://www.the-house.com/ro2rs9095bt13zz-rossignol-ski-boots.html
Rossignol TMX 90 Ski Boots - http://www.the-house.com/ro2tm9085ye14zz-rossignol-ski-boots.html
That's a good start. Narrow down your search a bit and I can try to help further. Let me know.
Here is a link to our Women's K2 Ski Packages:
As well, the ski boot lin kyo provided is for a men's boot. Here is a link to our Women's Ski Boots, which have been engineered specifically for the female skier:
Congrats on pushing your limits and getting after it. Nice work. The K2 Strike Skis w/ Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings are not the skis you are looking for. Honestly, I don't think you are going to want a Ski Package. I can appreciate the desire since packages are cheaper and saving coin is always advisable. However, Ski Packages use Demo Bindings. Easy to use and adjustable but not built for skiing in the park.
You are going to want to look at Park Specific Skis and Bindings. Here is a link to our park skis: http://www.the-house.com/skis-park-and-pipe-skis.html
Check out Line, Armada, 4FRNT, and K2
Here are our bindings: http://www.the-house.com/ski-bindings-view-all.html
Check out Marker, Salomon, and Look
Have fun Jordan and let me know if you need anything else.