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K2 Domain Skis

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Specs

Type: Park & Pipe, All Mountain
Shape: Twin Tip
Ability Level: Intermediate-Advanced
Rocker Type: Rocker
Construction: Sandwich
Core Material: Wood
Base: Sintered
Recommended Use: Skiing
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: K2 Domain Skis

Park Rats and Pipe Masters will love the K2 Domain. Jib Rocker, flare in the tip and tail with zero camber underfoot, supplies ultimate ollie ability and playful buttery antics. Park Flex Pattern allows the tip and tail to be incredibly soft and poppy while staying solid underfoot in a symmetric flex shape. The Domain's strength and durability is provided through TwinTech Sidewall construction. The top sheet is rolled over the break at the sidewall transition softening the traditional and delicate 90 degree angle. The K2 Domain is super buttery, super pressy, and has the grit to hold up all season long, all season strong.

Key Features of the K2 Domain Skis:
  • Radius: 21m @179 Symmetrical Sidecut
  • Core: Aspen
  • Construction: Triaxial Braid, TwinTech Sidewall
  • Dimensions: 115/90/115
  • Jib Rocker

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what kind of bindings to go with this ski?
Virginia M on Feb 1, 2014
Best Answer: Hey Guys,

You could definitely do the Marker Free Ten Ski Bindings in the 100mm width. My preference would be the Marker Squire in the 90mm width though.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Oct 22, 2014
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how heavy are the k2 domains?
A shopper on Nov 5, 2014
Best Answer: Hey there.

I don't have the exact weight but the k2 Domain Skis are light, lively, and poppy. They are a great set up for park and pipe.

Have fun, ski hard, and let it snow.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Nov 19, 2014
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