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K2 Strike Skis w/ Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings

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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
Shape:
  • Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Camber
Construction: Cap
Core Material:
  • Wood
Base:
  • Extruded
Din Range: 3-10
Brake Width:
  • 85mm
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: K2 Strike Skis w/ Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings

Whether you're in a cliché 1980's movie about a gnarly winter vacation in the mountains, or you simply want a new set of ski's for your collection, the K2 Strike Skis w/ Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings will match whatever you need. The ski's not only function like a pair of the best ski's ever made, but they handle just as well! So hurry and get the K2 Strike Skis w/ Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings before it's too late or else you'll be sorry you missed out!

Key Features of the K2 Strike Skis w/ Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings:
  • 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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K2 Strike Skis w/ Marker Fastrak3 10.0 Bindings
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The-House.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Kevin C: Previous experience with product Mar 21, 2014
Mike S: After much research to choose an affordable set of skies, I found my best deal on this site. Feb 14, 2014
Simon M: best bang for buck for all mountain skis Jan 7, 2014
Drew P: Price Jan 4, 2014
joshua k: k2 brand is a household name in skis. big savings on house board shop versus shopping at a store. Jan 1, 2014
Camron H: Great price!! Dec 28, 2013
Joe S: Right size good price Dec 20, 2013
Sean Z: Value Dec 18, 2013
BobbiJo F: Good price for what your getting Dec 7, 2013
Kevin R: Affordability Dec 6, 2013
Liset C: good price Dec 6, 2013
Craig C: Manufacturer reputation, price, and size Dec 2, 2013
Ted J: great skies for a good price. Nov 16, 2013
Roy F: Good value for a basic ski & binding. Nov 3, 2013
Kelly B: price/style Oct 24, 2013
Arleen E: My husband's ski are huge long ancient sticks. He does not ski much but needed a more updated skis; Good value for price Oct 15, 2013
A shopper asked: What is all of the "rental" talk in the description about? (i.e. Rental Tip Protector, Rental Top, Rental Steel, Rental Base Strike) Jan 27, 2014
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Matthew S: Not sure why all the rental talk. I can tell you that I bought these for my 12 year old son who has the ski-bug like me and has approx 30 hard days on these already since Christmas and has had no problems. I was looking for a durable all mountain ski for everything from groomers to powder and they have delivered. I do all of the tuning for his skiis as well as my own and I would definitely recommend them. Jan 27, 2014
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Samuel E: I don't know all the rental talk but I recently purchased these skis for my brother and they are amazing. He is an aggressive skier that enjoys speed and these skis accomplished that. Great skis for the money. I would recommend them to anyone. Also, extremely light skis. Good purchase! Jan 27, 2014
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David P: I am not sure either ...I don't see anything really different about these skis ... yet, they have some sort of protection at the tip, but not sure what all the rental talk is about ... can't see any thing special ... probably a sales pitch. Jan 27, 2014
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Kevin R: These skis are made to be rentals. Most places in CO offer K2 AMP Strike (exact same skis) as their lowest tier rental ski. Jan 27, 2014
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Mike D asked: I noticed a few different K2 Strike Skis on this site. This particular set has a "Camber" style rocker while other K2 Strikes on this website have a "Hybrid" rocker listed. Am I correct in believing that these are different skis or is it just an oversight in the listings? Mar 10, 2014
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BobbiJo F: Sorry Mike I don't understand the technical talk. We bought these for my 15 year old son they were awesome he loved them. Mar 10, 2014
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Mike D: BobbiJo the Rocker style is how the ski sits without any weight on it. There are three basic styles Camber, Rocker and Flat, Camber is considered the most traditional. Most of the K2 Strikes on here feature a "Catch-free Rocker" also listed as "Hybrid" which I believe is a Rocker/Camber/Rocker setup. I was merely wondering if these are as listed in the Specs as a traditional Camber ski. Mar 10, 2014
David P: not sure ... sorry. Mar 10, 2014
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CJ614 asked: I am thinking about ordering these skis. I am 6'0 tall and weight 195. I have a size 29.5 ski boot. I am an Intermediate skier getting better as time goes on. Just started skiing last year. This will be my first pair of skis I am purchasing. Looking for a pair of skis I can use for the next few seasons as my skiing progresses. Is this the right set for me and what length should go with? Jun 8, 2014
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Paddy OStaff: Chad,

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!
Jun 9, 2014
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Troy K: I am in the same class and experience as you are and these fit the bill for me. I am roughly the same build and I have 185s and they feel right. I took some instruction this past year and my instructor recommended a better boot fit, but felt that the skis were adequate for my medium skill level. (I ski blues well and blacks poorly.) Frankly, it is kind of like golf for me, I am not sure if new expensive clubs will make me a better player, just yet! I am concentrating on refining my technique and can't yet blame my lack of skill on the equipment. I think I have a couple of years before I get better than my skis! :) Jun 9, 2014
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Matthew S: A great ski. Very versatile ski that should last you a few years. I bought the same ski for my son who skiis 3 to 4 days a week on them, he's 13 and I've had him skiing since the age of 3. Eventually as you progress you will want to upgrade depending on how aggressively you ski, but I would say for now these would be perfect. Look for something around 176cm. Jun 9, 2014
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peter m: I skied these for 2 seasons now with no issues. I am 5'10" and chose the 174cm but i have been skiing for decades. I would suggest a little shorter lenghth based on your level. You will have more control and a better time on the slopes. A really good value for a K2 ski.. Jun 15, 2014
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kelly b: Yes these are great for intermediate and on. My husband is 6'1 and began skiing two years ago, so i bought these for him, and he has gotten drastically better. They offer great manueverablility Jun 9, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I fit size 14 boots in these bindings? Nov 2, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: Yes. The K2 Strike Skis will arrive unmounted. Take all your gear to your local ski shop and they should be able to mount the skis and get you on the slopes. Have a great time schlooshing! Apr 17, 2014
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DAVID F: my boots are a size 29.5, sorry i am not sure they will fit a size 14
i would guess they would, I ski on them yesterday for the 1st time and really like the skis
Nov 30, 2013
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Andrew H: My size 11.5 size boots fit no problem. I do not know if 14's will fit. Contact Marker or the people at The House Outdoor Gear. Have a good day. Dec 3, 2013
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DAR3684 asked: Do they skis need to be waxed and tuned before the first use? Just received a pair as a gift and appears to be waxed already. Is this possible? Dec 26, 2013
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Matt GStaff: Most skis, like the K2 Strike Skis, come out of the box with complimentary factory wax. Dec 26, 2013
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DAR3684: thanks Dec 26, 2013
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hope k asked: They are a surprise for my son, not sure on what length to get.. He's 5'11, about 145-150 lb, and an intermediate skier and likes the trick park- terrain park, or whatever it's called. Which length would you recommend? Dec 10, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: Hope,

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.
Dec 13, 2013
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CJ614: I am thinking about ordering these skis. I am 6'0 tall and weight 195. I have a size 29.5 ski boot. I am an Intermediate skier getting better as time goes on. Just started skiing last year. This will be my first pair of skis I am purchasing. Looking for a pair of skis I can use for the next few seasons as my skiing progresses. Is this the right set for me and what length should go with? Jun 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are the bindings mounted? If not, how easy are they to mount? Dec 5, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: All skis are delivered to you unmounted due to liability and difficulty in mounting without skier and boots on site. The K2 Strike skis will be easy to mount. The House recommends taking all your equipment to your local and trusted Ski Shop to be mounted by a certified professional. Happy winter! Dec 6, 2013
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David P: No, but it was easy to mount with the instructions that were provided. Jan 27, 2014
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