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K2 AMP 80XTi Skis w/ Marker MXC 12 TC Bindings

K2 AMP 80XTi Skis w/ Marker MXC 12 TC Bindings
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Description: K2 AMP 80XTi Skis w/ Marker MXC 12 TC Bindings

A more powerful version of the extremely versatile AMP 80X chassis, this all mountain ski is bolstered with titanal for unwavering stability at higher speeds.

Key Features of K2 AMP 80XTi Skis w/ Marker MXC 12 TC Bindings:
  • 125/80/109
  • All-Terrain Rocker
  • Binding Option: Mxc 12 Tc Binding
  • Radius: 17m @ 177
  • Construction: AT RoX Technology, Metal Laminate, Hybritech Sidewall, Fir/Aspen Core
  • Features: AT RoX Technology, Carbon Web, Progressive Sidecut


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Great Skis for Advanced Intermediate
I am an advanced intermediate East Coast skier who gets out 35+ times per season. Picked these up in the latter part of the 2014/2015 season and skied them 12 times. Great skis! Really easy to adapt to right away. Can rip on them if you want. Can cruise without having to mind the wheel at all times. Great review of them at Start Haus - The review was dead on. These reward good technique but don't punish you if you are not spot on technically. I am a fairly aggressive skier with pretty good technique but I don't come from a technical ski background. These skis have been rock solid in all conditions - beautiful corduroy to frozen hardpack and ice.
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March 18, 2015
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An Advanced Men's Ski for All Mountain skiing with great stability; plus a Great Price.
Brad L on Dec 18, 2015
Good value
David B on Jan 1, 2015
I am an expert skier and these skiis seem right for me.
daniel s on Nov 27, 2015
Are bindings mounted with this package?
A shopper on Dec 31, 2015
Best Answer: Bindings are not mounted. These are system bindings so there is already a baseplate for them mounted on the ski. The mounting process is very simple but you will need to take them to a shop to have it done. I took mine to my local ski resort that has a ski service shop at it with certified techs - the tech mounted the bindings with me standing there in less than 5 minutes and didn't even charge me. You will need to have your boots with you when you have the bindings mounted so they can get the sole length and make sure the forward pressure settings are correct.
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Hello I am a advanced skier and have been skiing on 181cm. I am considering the k2 XTI you have listed but I am wondering about dropping down in size would this be a wise idea ? I am 6' 205 lbs . Thanks in advance
mike s on Nov 22, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Mike!

I think dropping a size is a bad choice. More ski equals more fun...especially for an advanced skier and a skier of your stature. Honestly,a 181cm is already a pretty short ski. The AMP XTI series features All Terrain Rocker, early rise tip rocker. This makes the ski easier to turn on hard pack and float better in powder. It also makes the ski ski shorter than it is on the hard pack. I say these are better options:

K2 AMP Rictor 90XTi Skis in 184cm

K2 AMP Rictor 82XTi Skis

As well, you are an expert skier. No need for demo bindings any more. Too much give and not enough power transfer. Get yourself a solid pair of Marker's to go with these new skis.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Nov 24, 2014
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