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K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis

K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis
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Description: K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis

Get ready for all that winter has to offer this year with the K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis for men. Built for the advanced to expert skier, these all-mountain skis excel in all snow conditions. The All-Terrain rocker provides great flotation in the powder while the metal laminate construction provides stability on the hardpack. The notched tail allows for easy installation of climbing skins. Keep these skis handy as they will be the ones you keep grabbing this winter.

Key Features of K2 Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling Stones Skis:
  • Built with All-Terrain Rocker
  • Construction: Metal TNC, Hybritech sidewall, Aspen/Paulownia
  • Weight: 1850g
  • Radius: 20m @ 181

Sideshow RS1 50th Anniversary Rolling

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stones do not ski hard
to soft of sk ifor old musincians... better for beginning young rock n rollers
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April 4, 2015
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I have a pair of these skis and have worn them out so wanted a new pair.
Torrence H on Mar 20, 2016
Rap with the chicks, man. What a conversation started in the lift line. Then if you can rip? Watch our Apre !
Gregg S on Dec 21, 2013
I had a pair the these K2's that I gave to my son, he won't give them back so I am getting myself a new pair.
Bradley B on Feb 11, 2016
Great Skis Great Band
Mathew M on Dec 17, 2013
tip/waste/tail sizes ?
A shopper on Jan 22, 2014
Best Answer: I have them in 174cm length/ tip132 / waist 90 /tail 115
Reply · Report · Mathew M on Jan 24, 2014
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Recomemded binding for this ski?
A shopper on Nov 16, 2013
Best Answer: Well, that depends on quite a bit; Skier Type (I, II, or II), price range, and type of skiing you will be doing. I really enjoy Marker bindings for their solid, confident hold. They are a bit heavier but I don't mind. Salomon has lighter bindings that have good hold as well. Look has been producing solid bindings for many, many years. Hope this helps, Happy Winter!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 5, 2013
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Are these downhill or cross-country skis?
Tristan W on Jan 19, 2016
Best Answer: These are downhill skis. Many of the reviews I've read make it seem like these skis aren't very good. I disagree. The skis have a nice shape and are easy to turn, but with some metal in the construction they can hold an edge on hardpack. They also have rocker(early rise) in the tip to help them float in powder snow.
Reply · Report · Geoffrey U on Jan 29, 2016
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Can the marker griffon 110mm binding go on these skis or is the brake too wide? Any other binding suggestions? Tyrolia attack 13?
jparks0505 on Sep 19, 2014
Best Answer: Yo James!

The K2 Sideshow Skis have a waist width of 90mm. The Griffon with a 110mm brake is far too big. I usually try to have a brake between 5-10mm wider than the waist. The Tyrolia Attack 13 is another stellar binding but with a 115mm brake...I recommend the STH 12 with the 100mm brake.

I love these bindings. Great hold and very lightweight. Have fun out there!
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