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K2 Kung Fujas Skis

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Specs

Type:
  • All Mountain
  • Powder
  • Park & Pipe
Shape:
  • Twin Tip
  • Directional Twin
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type:
  • Hybrid
  • k2 All Terrain Rocker
Construction:
  • Hybrid
  • k2 Hybrid Twin Tech
Core Material:
  • Wood
  • Aspen/Paulownia
Base:
  • Sintered
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty:
  • 1 Year

Description: K2 Kung Fujas Skis

If you love to ski on and off piste, and you occasionally let it rip in the park, these K2 Kung Fujas skis were made for you. The all-terrain 5/30 rocker creates a bowed up tip and tail, increasing control in powder and crud while maintaining a centered balance. The bidirectional taper tip is still wider but closer in width to the tail. This lets the ski perform exceptionally well while skiing in the forward direction but the taper enables the skier to have similar switch arc for better and more consistent switch riding. This new Pro Model is big enough to float and take on the backcountry, yet nimble and poppy enough to shred the resort and the park.

Key Features of K2 Juvy Skis w/ Fastrack2 7.0 Bindings :
  • Performance: Powder: 50% Park: 50 %
  • Radius: 19M @ 179/Bi-Directional Taper
  • Baseline: All Terrain Rocker -70% Camber/30% Rocker
  • Construction: Twin Tech With Vertical Abs Sidewall
  • Core: Aspen, Paulownia
  • Removable Rivets For Available Pre-Cut Climbing Skin
  • Powder Tip

Kung Fujas


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This is a fun playful ski, it is effortless through the bumps and handles crud fairly well. With a significantly rockered tip and tail it is easy to throw this ski around with out worrying about hooking the tips. On groomers the ski holds an edge, as most K2's do. It is not a powerful ski, but plenty of fun with a good centered stance. The biggest downside is the thinner core under foot, and the soft tail. Normally a ski of this design would be great at straight-lining through bumps, however the lack of stiffness through the rear of the ski means that you have to concentrate at staying centered in mixed terrain
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hey,
how are you?
i was wondering if you guys know what is the waist of the skis thank you?
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