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K2 A.M.P. Impact Skis w/ Marker M3 11.0 Bindings

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Type: Carving, All Mountain
Shape: Conventional
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Rocker
Construction: Hybrid
Core Material: Composite
Base: Sintered
Din Range: 3-11
Brake Width: 80mm
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: K2 A.M.P. Impact Skis w/ Marker M3 11.0 Bindings

Ease back into the ski world with an intermediary ski, the K2 A.M.P. Impact Skis with Marker M3 11.0 Bindings for men. Offering performance and stability at an affordable price, this ski should surely not be overlooked by those who are looking to warm up their ski career again. Turning is a dream with these skis. Even at longer lengths, the turning radius is 16 meters which offers the ability to stop quickly and carve GS turns with ease. If a beginner skier is using these skis, get them in a shorter length so they can control them more easily. If the skier is more advanced, start getting longer skis which will handle better at higher speeds.

Key Features of the K2 A.M.P. Impact Skis with Marker M3 11.0 Bindings:
  • Sizes: 153, 160, 167, 174
  • Performance: Groomed: 60%, Ungroomed: 40%
  • Radius: 16m @ 174
  • Construction: Triaxial Braid - Hybritech Sidewall, Fir/ Aspen Core
  • Features: ROX Technology, Carbon Web, Mod Technologies, Mod Monic
  • Dimensions: 127/ 80/ 109
  • All Terrain Rocker

A.M.P. Impact

4.5 / 5.0
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I love them! I'm an "terminal intermediate" skier who stays on the piste these days. Turns are easier and under control. A little 'chatter' at higher speeds, might be my weight to ski length ration, don't know.
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November 9, 2014
From Hampotn, VA, US
Age: 45-64
1 year ago
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Good cutting ski.... not really an all mt. as decribed
The skis performed well in light powder , however I would not recommend them for new snow over 4". Would have gone 10mm wider if I had to do over. However the will be great in the Midwest.
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January 10, 2015
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size and all purpose mountain ski ....perceived value
David G on Dec 10, 2014
Was torn between the Rictor and Impact. I'm an intermediate to advanced skier. Haven't skied seriously in over 20 years but muscle memory is still there based on a recent outting. Will be skiing more regularly with the kids and want to get a good all mountain ski I can use in the Northeast and occasionally out west. Which would you recommend? I'm also 5'10" and weigh between 160-165. What length would you rec?
Jeff M on Feb 9, 2014
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Did this board all set with binding? Or need I to combine them.
Jialin L on Feb 23, 2015
Best Answer: The binding plate is attached to the ski. All you need to do is line up the binding, turn an oversized Phillips head screwdriver a few times and you're good to go!
Reply · Report · Gregory P on Feb 23, 2015
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Do the bindings with this ski come mounted?
What The on Jan 9, 2014
Best Answer: No, but they are easy to mount. The settings are also easy, but the manufacturer recommends having a pro do that. I was comfortable handling it myself. Total time is about 10 minutes per ski.
Reply (1) · Report · Douglas S on Jan 10, 2014
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What model year are these skis?
Jeff M on Feb 9, 2014
Best Answer: I'm not 100% sure but I believe they are last year's model. I've used them a few times and really like the rocker technology. I ski intermediate level and these skis help my turns a lot. Not sure I helped. Good luck.
Reply · Report · Michael M on Feb 10, 2014
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Are these freestyle skiis?
A shopper on Feb 18, 2014
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