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

Description: K2 Press Skis

The K2 Press is a perfect park ski to continue progressing skills but is a solid fit for all levels. Rocker in the tip and tail with zero camber underfoot, provided by Park Rocker, allow effortless surface switchups, ollies, and nollies. Park Flex Pattern was an athlete driven innovation that gives the Press a fluid, symmetric flex shape. The hold is excellent for tail and nose presses. Feather light swing weight and a wood core wrapped in a Triaxial Braid make the Press an undemanding stylie machine. The K2 Press is a stable, poppy, snappy park performer.

Key Features of the K2 Press Skis:
  • Radius: 20m @169 Directional Sidecut
  • Core: Aspen
  • Construction: Triaxial Braid, Cap Construction
  • Dimensions: 113/85/104
  • Jib Rocker


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K2 Press Skis
Already Asked: 4 Questions, 5 Answers
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PAUL S: better then the k2 sight Dec 3, 2013
Joel G asked: Are these really durable? Jan 22, 2014
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Joel G: Your website says fast answers and for some reason I'm not getting a fast answer to my question Jan 22, 2014
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Paddy OStaff: Hey there Joel. Sorry bud. Yes, the K2 Press skis are super durable. Great set to pick up. They're K2 man! May 21, 2014
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Eric J asked: What bindings would you suggest? I'm 6ft 170lbs and decent but nowhere near professional skier. I'll basically be testing out rails/boxes and smaller jumps nothing too crazy. May 15, 2014
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Paddy OStaff: Hey Eric!

Great choice on the ski. So bindings...I am a big fan of Marker Bindings. Super solid, very strong...I am a big dude and there is nothing like hearing/feeling the snap of a Marker binding when you click in. You just know you're in, confidently.

That said, they're not the lightest but when you're talking in grams does it really matter?

I love the Jesters:

The Frees are great for Intermediate Park and all mountain:

Let me know what ya think mi amigo! Have fun out there!
May 21, 2014
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Eric J: Thanks Paddo O! Went with the jesters. Now I'm just going to stare at my gear until next winter haha May 21, 2014
Paddy OStaff: Hahaha! Staring with anticipation I like it. Solid pick up with the Jester's my man.

If you are gonna stare at your skis might as well stare at this. House Team Rider Garrett Russell and friends crushing a spring sesh in Mammoth: May 21, 2014
Troy D asked: I do a little bit of park riding but I am only just getting into it, so I want a ski that is good on the beginner intermediate park skier but I am a fast hard skier on regular slopes. How does this ski do at high speeds on double black diamonds and under? Dec 5, 2013
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Paddy OStaff: I don't think you will get the optimal enjoyment with this ski for the type of skiing you will be doing. Check out these other K2 Skis.

The Recoil:

The Sight:

Also, check out this ski from 4FRNT. This might be the one for you. Modest waist, classic camber, sick graphics. Good for the mountain and the park.
The Switchblade:
Dec 9, 2013
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